List of Cypriot consorts

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Empress and Despoina in Cyprus[edit]

Byzantine titles did not have any territorial qualification, so there were no Emperors or Despots of Cyprus

Komnenoi dynasty, 1184–1191[edit]

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Empress Ceased to be Empress Death Spouse
Unnamed Thoros II, Prince of Armenia
(Rubenids)
1150–1164 1175/76 1184
became Despoina
1185
became Empress
before 1185 Isaac Komnenos
Unnamed William I of Sicily
(Hauteville)
- 1185/86 1 June 1191
Richard the Lionheart's conquest, husband's desposition
-

Queen consort of Cyprus[edit]

House of Lusignan, 1192–1489[edit]

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Queen Ceased to be Queen Death Spouse
Armoiries Ibelin.svg Eschive d'Ibelin Baldwin d'Ibelin, Lord of Rama
(Ibelin)
1160 before 29 October 1175 18 July 1194
husband's accession
Winter 1196–1197 Amalric I
IsabelaKOnrad.jpg Isabella I of Jerusalem Amalric I of Jerusalem
(Anjou)
1172 January 1198 1 April 1205
husband's death
5 April 1205
Alice of Champagne.jpg Alice of Champagne Henry II, Count of Champagne
(Blois)
1195/1196 before September 1210 10 January 1218
husband's death
1246 Hugh I
Armoiries Montferrat.png Alix of Montferrat William VI, Marquess of Montferrat
(Aleramici)
1210/1215 May 1229 December 1232-May 1233 Henry I
Stephanie of Lampron Constantine of Lampron, Lord of Barbaron and Partzerpert
(Lampron)
1220/1225 before 17 November 1237 1 April/September 1249
Armoiries Bohémond VI d'Antioche.svg Plaisance of Antioch Bohemond V of Antioch
(Ramnulfids)
1235–1238 September 1250 10 Jan 1218
husband's death
27/22 September 1261
Armoiries Ibelin.svg Isabella d'Ibelin, Lady of Beirut John II d'Ibelin, Lord of Beirut
(Ibelin)
1252 12 May 1265 5 December 1267
husband's death
before November 1283 Hugh II
Armoiries Ibelin.svg Isabella d'Ibelin
[1]
Guy d'Ibelin, constable of Cyprus
(Ibelin)
1241/42 after 23 January 1255 5 December 1267
husband's acccession
24 March 1284
husband's death
2 June 1324 Hugh III
Aragon-Sicily Arms.svg Constance of Sicily
[1][2]
Frederick III of Sicily
(Barcelona)
1307 16 October 1317 31 August 1324
husband's death
after 19 June 1344 Henry II
Armoiries Ibelin.svg Alix d'Ibelin
[2]
Guy d'Ibelin, Lord of Nicosia
(Ibelin)
1304/06 18 Jun 1318 (date of Papal dispensation) 31 March 1324
husband's accession
24 November 1358
husband's abdication
after 6 August 1386 Hugh IV
Aragon Arms-crown.svg Eleanor of Aragon
[2][3]
Infante Pedro, Count of Ribagorça and Prades
(Barcelona)
1333 September 1353 24 November 1358
husband's accession
17 January 1369
husband's assassination
26 December 1416 Peter I
Armoirie Duché de Milan.png Valentina Visconti
[2]
Bernabò Visconti
(Visconti)
1360/1362 July/August 1378 13 October 1382
husband's death
before September 1393 Peter II
Brunswick-Lüneburg Arms.svg Helvis of Brunswick-Grubenhagen
[2][4]
Philip of Brunswick-Grubenhagen, Constable of Jerusalem
(Welf)
1353 1 May 1365 13 October 1382
husband's accssion
9 September 1398
husband's death
15/25 January 1421 James I
Armoirie Duché de Milan.png Anglesia Visconti
[2][4]
Bernabò Visconti, Lord of Milan
(Visconti)
1377 after January 1400 1407-1409
divorce
12 October 1439 Janus
Janus of Cyprus CharlotteVendome.jpg Charlotte de Bourbon-La Marche
[2][4]
John I, Count of La Marche
(Bourbon-La Marche)
1388 25 August 1411 15 January 1422
Argent a chief gules.svg Amadea Palaiologina of Monferrato
[2][4]
John Jacob Palaeologus, Marquess of Montferrat
(Palaiologoi)
1418/20 or 3 August 1429 3 July 1440 13 September 1440 John II
Palaeologoi eagle.jpg Helena Palaiologina
[2][4]
Theodore II Palaiologos, Lord of Morea
(Palaiologoi)
3 February 1428 3 February 1442 11 April 1458
Arms of the House of Savoy.svg Louis of Savoy, Count of Geneva Louis, Duke of Savoy
(Savoy)
5 June 1436 or 1 April 1437 4 October 1459 1464
wife's desposition
16 July 1482 Charlotte
Portrait of Caterina Coronaro 1542 uffizi florence Titian.jpg Catherine Cornaro
[2][4]
Marco Cornaro
(Cornaro)
25 November 1454 December 1472 10 July 1473
husband's death; later became regent then queen regnant
10 July 1510 James II

Titular Queen consort of Cyprus[edit]

House of Lusignan, 1464–1485[edit]

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Titular Consort Ceased to be Titular Consort Death Spouse
Arms of the House of Savoy.svg Louis of Savoy, Count of Geneva Louis, Duke of Savoy
(Savoy)
5 June 1436 or 1 April 1437 4 October 1459 1464
wife's desposition
16 July 1482 Charlotte

House of Savoy, 1485–1490[edit]

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Titular Queen Ceased to be Titular Queen Death Spouse
Crea figlie guglielmoVIII.jpg Blanche Palaiologina of Montferrat
[2][4][5]
William VIII Palaiologos, Marquess of Montferrat
(Palaiologoi)
1472 1 April 1485 13 March 1490
husband's death
30 March 1519 Charles I

Line of Philip II of Savoy, since 1490[edit]

This line of succession followed the Salic succession of the House of Savoy.
Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Titular Queen Ceased to be Titular Queen Death Spouse
Blason famille Brosse.svg Claudine de Brosse
[2][4][5]
John II of Brosse
(Brosse)
1450 11 November 1485 16 April 1496
husband's accession
7 November 1497
husband's death
13 October 1513 Philip II
Lesser coat of arms of the Kingdom of Italy (1890).svg Yolande Louise of Savoy
[2][4][5]
Charles I, Duke of Savoy
(Savoy)
2/11 July 1487 1496 7 November 1497
husband's accession
12/13 September 1499 Philibert II
Master of Moulins 004.jpg Margaret of Austria
[2][4][5]
Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor
(Habsburg)
10 January 1480 2 December 1501 10 September 1504
husband's death
1 December 1530
Beatrice of Portugal, Duchess of Savoy.jpg Beatrice of Portugal
[2][4][5]
Manuel I of Portugal
(Aviz)
31 December 1504 29 September 1521 8 January 1538 Charles III
Margueritedefrance.jpg Margaret of France, Duchess of Berry
[2][4][5]
Francis I of France
(Valois-Angoulême)
5 June 1523 10 July 1559 15 September 1574 Emmanuel Philibert
Catalinamicaelaspain65.jpg Catherine Michelle of Spain
[2][4][5]
Philip II of Spain
(Habsburg)
10 October 1567 11 March 1585 6 November 1597 Charles Emmanuel I
Christine de France.jpg Christine Marie of France
[2][4][5]
Henry IV of France
(Bourbon)
10 February 1606 10 February 1619 26 July 1630
husband's accession
7 October 1637
husband's death
27 December 1663 Victor Amadeus I
Francoise Madeleine d'Orleans (1648-1664) Duchess of Savoy, French school.jpg Françoise Madeleine d'Orléans
[2][4][5]
Gaston de France, Duke of Orléans
(Bourbon)
13 October 1648 4 March 1663 14 January 1664 Charles Emmanuel II
MarieJeanneBaptistedeSavoie.jpg Marie Jeanne of Savoy
[2][4][5]
Charles Amadeus, Duke of Nemours
(Savoy-Nemours)
11 April 1644 10 May 1665 12 June 1675
husband's death
15 March 1724
Anne Marie d'Orléans, unknown Artist.jpg Anne Marie d'Orléans
[2][4][5][6][7]
Philippe I, Duke of Orléans
(Orléans)
27 August 1669 10 April 1684 26 August 1728 Victor Amadeus II
Polyxena Hesse.jpg Polyxena of Hesse-Rotenburg
[2][4][5][7]
Ernest Leopold, Landgrave of Hesse-Rotenburg
(Hesse-Rotenburg)
21 September 1706 20 August 1724 3 September 1730
husband's ascession
13 January 1735 Charles Emmanuel III
Elisabeth Therese of Lorraine (1711-1741) as Queen of Sardinia, unknown artist.jpg Elisabeth Therese of Lorraine
[2][4][5][7]
Leopold, Duke of Lorraine
(Lorraine)
15 October 1711 1 April 1737 3 July 1741
Maria Antonietta Ferdinanda di Borbón.jpg Maria Antonietta of Spain
[2][4][5][7]
Philip V of Spain
(Bourbon)
17 November 1729 31 May 1750 20 February 1773
husband's ascession
19 September 1785 Victor Amadeus III
Madameclotilde.jpg Clothilde de France
[2][4][5][7]
Louis, Dauphin of France
(Bourbon)
23 September 1759 6 September/20 August 1775 14 October 1796
husband's ascession
7 March 1802 Charles Emmanuel IV
VictorEmanuelI2.jpg Maria Teresa of Austria-Este
[2][4][5][7][8][9]
Archduke Ferdinand of Austria-Este
(Austria-Este)
1 November 1773 25 April 1789 4 June 1802
husband's ascession
12 March 1821
husband's abdication
29 March 1832 Victor Emmanuel I
Maria Christina Amelia DueSicilies Sardinia Hautecombe.jpg Maria Cristina of Naples and Sicily
[2][4][5][7]
Ferdinand I of the Two Sicilies
(Bourbon-Two Sicilies)
17 January 1779 7 March 1807 12 March 1821
husband's ascession
27 April 1831
husband's death
11 March 1849 Charles Felix
Maria Teresa di Toscana.jpg Maria Theresa of Austria
[2][4][5][7][10]
Ferdinand III, Grand Duke of Tuscany
(Habsburg-Lorraine)
21 March 1801 30 September 1817 27 April 1831
husband's ascession
23 March 1849
husband's death
12 January 1855 Charles Albert
Maria Adelheid habsburg toscana 1822 1855.jpg Maria Adelaide of Austria
[2][4][5][7]
Archduke Rainer Joseph of Austria
(Habsburg-Lorraine)
3 June 1822 12 April 1842 23 March 1849
husband's ascession
20 January 1855 Victor Emmanuel II
Queen Margharitha di Savoia.jpg Margherita of Savoy
[2][4][5][7][11]
Ferdinand, 1st Duke of Genoa
(Savoy)
20 November 1851 21 April 1868 9 January 1878
husband's ascession
29 July 1900
husband's death
4 January 1926 Umberto I
Queen Elena of Italy.jpg Elena of Montenegro
[2][4][5][7][11][12][13]
Nicholas I of Montenegro
(Milena Vukotić)
8 January 1873 24 October 1896 29 July 1900
husband's ascession
9 May 1946
husband's abdication
28 November 1952 Victor Emmanuel III
Marie José of Belgium
[2][4][5][7][11][14][15]
Albert I of Belgium
(Saxe-Coburg and Gotha)
4 August 1906 8 January 1930 9 May 1946
husband's ascession
18 March 1983
husband's death
27 January 2001 Umberto II
Lesser coat of arms of the Kingdom of Italy (1890).svg Marina Ricolfi-Doria
[2][4][5][14][15]
René Italo Ricolfi-Doria 12 February 1935 7 October 1971
Rival with the Duchess of Aosta.
Incumbent - Vittorio Emanuele, Prince of Naples
Lesser coat of arms of the Kingdom of Italy (1890).svg Silvia Paternò di Spedalotto
[2][4][5][14][9][15]
Vincenzo Paternò di Spedalotto, 6th Marchese di Regiovanni 31 December 1953 30 March 1987 7 July 2006
husband declared himself head of House
Rival with the Princess of Naples.
Incumbent - Amedeo, 5th Duke of Aosta

Line of Yolande Luise of Savoy, since 1490[edit]

This line of succession followed the primogeniture law of that existed in the Kingdoms of Cyprus, Armenia, and Jerusalem.
Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Titular Queen Ceased to be Titular Queen Death Spouse
MR Brou 04.jpg Philibert II, Duke of Savoy Philip II, Duke of Savoy
(Savoy)
10 April 1480 1496 12 September 1499
wife's death
10 September 1504 Yolande Luise
Famille de Laval.svg Guy XVI, Count of Laval Jean de Laval
(Laval)
1 October 1476 20 July 1500 6 October 1506
wife's death
20 May 1531 Charlotte II
Blason fam FRA la Trémoille.svg François II de La Trémoille, vicomte of Thouars Charles I de la Trémoille
(la Trémoille)
1505 23 January 1521 1541 Anne
Blason Mathieu II de Montmorency.svg Jeanne de Montmorency
[2][4][16][17][18][19]
[20][21][22][23][24][25]
Anne de Montmorency
(Montmorency)
1528 29 June 1549 1554
husband's accession
25 March 1577
husband's death
3 October 1596 Louis III
Charlottebrabantinaofnassau.jpg Countess Charlotte Brabantina of Nassau
[2][4][16][17][18][19]
[20][22][26][27][28][29]
[30][31][32][33][34][35][36]
William the Silent
(Montmorency)
17 September 1580 11 March 1598 25 October 1604
husband's death
August 1631 Claude
Armoiries de la Tour d'Auvergne-Turenne.png Marie de La Tour d'Auvergne
[2][4][16][17][18][19]
[20][22][26][27][30][31]
[37][38][39][40][41][42]
[43][44][45][46][47][48]
[49][50][51][52]
Henri de La Tour d'Auvergne, Duke of Bouillon
(La Tour d'Auvergne)
17 January 1601 19 January 1619 24 May 1665 Henri III
Blason famille fr Créquy.svg Madeleine de Créquy, Princess of Poix
[2][4][16][17][18][20][26][27][37]
Charles III de Créquy
(Créquy)
1662 3 April 1675 12 August 1707 Charles Belgique Hollande
Marie-Madeleine Motier de La Fayette
[2][4][16][17][18][26][27][37]
Rene-Armand, marquis de La Fayette
(La Fayette)
1691 13 April 1706 1 June 1709
husband's accession
1717 Charles Louis Bretagne
Armoiries de la Tour d'Auvergne-Turenne.png Marie Hortense de La Tour d'Auvergne
[2][4][16][17][18][26][27][37]
Emmanuel Théodose de La Tour d'Auvergne, Duke of Bouillon
(La Tour d'Auvergne)
27 January 1704 29 January 1725 23 May 1741
husband's death
 ? Charles Louis Bretagne
Blason Maison Durfort de Duras.svg Marie-Genevieve de Durfort, Mademoiselle de Randan
[2][4][16][17][18][26][27][45][37]
Guy-Michel de Durfort, Duc of Lorges and Randan
(Durfort)
3 February 1735 18 February 1751 10 December 1762 Jean Bretagne Charles
House of Salm.gif Princess Marie-Maximilienne of Salm-Kyrburg
[2][4][16][17][18][26][27][45][37]
Philip Joseph, Prince of Salm-Kyrburg
(Salm-Kyrburg)
1744 27 June 1763 13 July 1790
Louise Emmanuelle de Châtillon, dame de Wideville
[2][4][16][17][18][26][27][37][53]
Louis Gaucher, duc de Châtillon
(Châtillon)
3 July 1763 10 July 1781 19 May 1792
husband's accession
4 July 1814 Charles Bretagne Marie
Marie Virginie de Saint-Didier
[2][4][16][17][18][26][27][45][37][53]
Count Antoine de Saint-Didier
(Saint-Didier)
 ? 9 June 1817 16 January 1829
Valentine Eugénie Joséphine Walsh de Serrant
[2][4][16][17][18][26][27][45][37][53]
Antoine de Walsh-Serrant, Count de Serrant
(Walsh-Serrant)
7 March 1810 14 September 1830 10 November 1839
husband's death
10 September 1887
Marguerite-Jeanne Tanneguy-Duchâtel
[2][4][16][17][18][26][27][45][37][53]
Count Charles Marie Tanneguy-Duchâtel
(Tanneguy-Duchâtel)
16 December 1840 2 July 1862 4 July 1911
husband's death
19 September 1913 Louis Charles
Hélène Marie Léonie Pillet-Will
[2][4][16][17][18][26][27][45][37][53]
Count Frédéric Pillet-Will
(Pillet-Will)
27 January 1875 1 February 1892 4 July 1911
husband's accession
17 June 1921
husband's death
24 March 1964 Louis Charles Marie
Marguerite-Jeanne Tanneguy-Duchâtel
[2][4][16][17][18][26][27][45][37][53]
Count Charles Marie Tanneguy-Duchâtel
(Tanneguy-Duchâtel)
16 December 1840 2 July 1862 4 July 1911
husband's death
19 September 1913 Charles Louis Bretagne
Henri Florent Lamoral, prince de Ligne Charles Joseph Eugène Henri Georges Lamoral
(Ligne)
29 December 1881 13 April 1910 9 December 1933
wife's accession
15 May 1967 Charlotte III
Maria del Rosario de Lambertye-Gerbeviller
[2][4][16][17][18][26][27][45][37][53][54]
Marquis Charles Edmond de Lambertye de Gerbevillers
(Lambertye-Gerbeviller)
14 October 1922 11 March 1942 27 October 1971
husband's accession
9 July 2005
husband's death
Jean Charles
Princess Alyette Isabelle Odile Marie de Croÿ
[2][4][16][17][18][26][27][45][37][53][54]
Prince Rodolphe de Croÿ
(Croÿ)
13 July 1951 23 January 1976 9 July 2005
husband's accession
Incumbent Charles-Antoine

House of Brienne, since 1490[edit]

This line of succession followed the primogeniture law of that existed in the Kingdoms of Cyrpus and Jerusalem, which was overruled by the Haute Cour.

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Also Queen consort of Jerusalem.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax Also Claimant Queen consort of Jerusalem.
  3. ^ Also Countess consort of Tripoli.
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at Also Claimant Queen consort of Armenia.
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x Also Duchess consort of Savoy.
  6. ^ Also Queen consort of Sicily.
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l Also Queen consort of Sardinia.
  8. ^ Also Jacobite Queen consort of England, of Ireland, of Scots, and France.
  9. ^ a b Also Duchess consort of Aosta.
  10. ^ Also Princess consort of Carignan.
  11. ^ a b c Also Queen consort of Italy.
  12. ^ Also Queen consort of Albania.
  13. ^ Also False Empress consort of Ethiopia.
  14. ^ a b c Also Claimant Queen consort of Sardinia.
  15. ^ a b c Also Claimant Queen consort of Italy.
  16. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p Also Princess consort of Taranto, Claimant Queen consort of Naples.
  17. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p Also Duchess consort of Thouars.
  18. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p Also Princess consort of Talmont.
  19. ^ a b c Also Countess consort of Taillebourg[[{{subst:DATE}}|{{subst:DATE}}]] [disambiguation needed][[{{subst:DATE}}|{{subst:DATE}}]] [disambiguation needed].
  20. ^ a b c d Also Countess consort of Benon.
  21. ^ Also Lady consort of Gençay.
  22. ^ a b c Also Baroness consort of Sully[[{{subst:DATE}}|{{subst:DATE}}]] [disambiguation needed][[{{subst:DATE}}|{{subst:DATE}}]] [disambiguation needed].
  23. ^ Also Baroness consort of Craon.
  24. ^ Also Baroness consort of Marans.
  25. ^ Also Baroness consort of Noirmoutiers.
  26. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o Also Duchess consort of La Trémoille.
  27. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o Also Countess consort of Laval.
  28. ^ Also Countess consort of Guînes.
  29. ^ Also Baroness consort of L'Île-Bouchard.
  30. ^ a b Also Baroness consort of Berrie.
  31. ^ a b Also Baroness consort of Mauléon[[{{subst:DATE}}|{{subst:DATE}}]] [disambiguation needed].
  32. ^ Also Baroness consort of Doué.
  33. ^ Also Lady consort of Mareuil.
  34. ^ Also Lady consort of Onay.
  35. ^ Also Lady consort of La Chaize-le-Vicomte.
  36. ^ Also Lady consort of Sainte-Hermine.
  37. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Also Lady consort of Montfort.
  38. ^ Also Baroness consort of La Roche-Bernard.
  39. ^ Also Baroness consort of Gaël.
  40. ^ Also Baroness consort of Villefranche[[{{subst:DATE}}|{{subst:DATE}}]] [disambiguation needed][[{{subst:DATE}}|{{subst:DATE}}]] [disambiguation needed].
  41. ^ Also Countess consort of Jonvelles.
  42. ^ Also Viscountess consort of Rennes.
  43. ^ Also Viscountess consort of Bais[[{{subst:DATE}}|{{subst:DATE}}]] [disambiguation needed][[{{subst:DATE}}|{{subst:DATE}}]] [disambiguation needed].
  44. ^ Also Baroness consort of Quintin.
  45. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Also Baroness consort of Vitré.
  46. ^ Also Baroness consort of Sérigné.
  47. ^ Also Baroness consort of Didonne.
  48. ^ Also Baroness consort of Loudun.
  49. ^ Also Marquise consort of Espinay.
  50. ^ Also Lady consort of Avaugour.
  51. ^ Also châtelaine du Désert-à-Domalain.
  52. ^ Also Lady consort of Bécherel.
  53. ^ a b c d e f g h Also Baroness consort of Montreuil-Bellay.
  54. ^ a b Also Princess of Ligne.

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