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  1. Maria was the daughter of Queen Isabella I of Jerusalem by her second husband Conrad I, and heiress, on her mother's death, of the Kingdom of Jerusalem. Maria died shortly after giving birth to Isabella II in 1212, possibly by puerperal fever. Because of this, Isabella II was proclaimed Queen of Jerusalem when she was only a few days old.

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  2. Isabella II of Jerusalem - Wikipedia

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    Maria was the daughter of Queen Isabella I of Jerusalem by her second husband Conrad I, and heiress, on her mother's death, of the Kingdom of Jerusalem. Maria died shortly after giving birth to Isabella II in 1212, possibly by puerperal fever. Because of this, Isabella II was proclaimed Queen of Jerusalem when she was only a few days old.

  3. Isabella I of Jerusalem - Wikipedia

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    Isabella I (1172 – 5 April 1205) was Queen regnant of Jerusalem from 1190 to her death. She was the daughter of Amalric I of Jerusalem and his second wife Maria Comnena.Her half-brother, Baldwin IV of Jerusalem, engaged her to Humphrey IV of Toron.

  4. Isabella II | queen of Jerusalem | Britannica

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    Isabella II, queen of the Latin kingdom of Jerusalem (1212–28) and consort of the Holy Roman emperor Frederick II. The daughter of John of Brienne and Mary (Marie) of Montferrat, Isabella inherited the throne on her mother’s death in 1212, but her father ruled as regent and guardian and even

  5. Isabella II of Jerusalem | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    Isabella II as Queen. During a meeting between John of Brienne, the Pope Honorius III and Frederick II in the city of Ferentino in 1223, Isabella's fate was decided: Frederick accepted to finally go to the Crusade, but only as the legitimate King of Jerusalem, and this was only possible if he agreed to take the young Queen Isabella II as his wife (by this time, Frederick was a widower).

    • c. 1212
    • John and Maria
    • 25 April 1228 (aged 15–16) Andria, Italy
    • Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor
  6. Queens Regnant - Isabella II of Jerusalem - History of Royal ...

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    Mar 28, 2016 · Isabella II of Jerusalem’s reign would begin tragically early. Isabella, or Yolande of Brienne as she is sometimes known, was born as the daughter of Maria of Montferrat and John of Brienne. Maria of Montferrat was the eldest daughter of Isabella I of Jerusalem. Maria was Queen of Jerusalem in her own right from 1205 until her death in 1212.

  7. Category:Isabella II of Jerusalem - Wikimedia Commons

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    Nov 16, 2019 · King of Jerusalem (1212, 1228, Maria of Montferrat, Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor) consort king of Sicily (1225, 1228, Constance of Aragon , Isabella of England ) Holy Roman Emperor (1225, 1228, Constance of Aragon , Isabella of England )

    • April 1212 (statement with Gregorian date earlier than 1584), Acre
    • politician
  8. Isabella I of Jerusalem | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    Isabella I (1172 – 5 April 1205) was Queen regnant of Jerusalem from 1190 to her death. She was the daughter of Amalric I of Jerusalem and his second wife Maria Comnena. Her half-brother, Baldwin IV of Jerusalem, engaged her to Humphrey IV of Toron. Her mother's second husband, Balian of Ibelin, and his stepfather, Raynald of Châtillon, were influential members of the two baronial parties ...

    • 1172 Nablus, Kingdom of Jerusalem
    • Roman Catholicism
    • Sibylla and Guy
    • Maria
  9. Isabella II / Yolande de Brienne (Brienne), Queen of ...

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    May 23, 2018 · Yolande of Jerusalem. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Yolande of Brienne (b. 1212 - d. Andria, Italy, 25 April 1228), also known as Yolanda or Isabella II of Jerusalem, was a princess of French origin who became Queen of Jerusalem.

    • Maria of Montferrat, John of Brienne
  10. John | Byzantine emperor | Britannica

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    Stephanie died in 1219; John then married Berengaria, daughter of Ferdinand III of Castile, and in 1225 gave his daughter Isabella in marriage to the Holy Roman emperor Frederick II, trying to retain his rights as regent of the kingdom of Jerusalem. Immediately following the marriage, however, Frederick began to contest these rights.

  11. Isabella II of Spain - Wikipedia

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    Isabella II of Spain in exile in Paris At the end of September 1868, the defeat of Isabella's forces at the Battle of Alcolea led to her deposition and exile to France. The revolt against Isabella played out in the battle is known as the Glorious Revolution .