Alice of Champagne
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Who is Alice of Champagne?
Alice of Champagne was a Queen consort of Cyprus by her marriage to Hugh I of Cyprus. She was the daughter of Queen Isabella I of Jerusalem and her third husband Henry II, Count of Champagne. Alice was a regent of Cyprus for her minor son in 1218, and a nominal regent of Jerusalem for her great nephew in 1244-47. She and her sister Philippa spent part of their life fighting for their father's homeland of Champagne, over another branch of their family.
- born in (820 years ago) in Jerusalem, child of Isabella I of Jerusalem and Henry II, Count of Champagne
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- died in (770 years ago)
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Alice of Champagne. 2. Melesinda t, m. Bohemond IV of Antioch (d. 1233).
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