Constantine of Baberon

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Constantine of Baberon (died c. 1263) was a powerful Armenian noble of the Hetoumids family. He was the son of Vassag, the maternal uncle of king Levon I of Armenia. He was the father of the king of Cilician Armenia Hetoum I, who ruled the Armenian Kingdom of Cilicia from 1226 to 1270.

Constantine, also known as the Grand Baron Constantine, was married to Alix Pahlavouni[1] (a third-cousin of Leo II), with whom he fathered:

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  1. ^ In the Dictionary of the Middle Ages she is referred to as "Dame Alise", and Constantine is "Constantine Payl"
  2. ^ Edbury, John of Ibelin and the Kingdom of Jerusalem, p. 66, 100

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