Constantine of Baberon
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.
- Hetoum I of Armenia
- Sempad the Constable
- John the Bishop of Sis
- Ochine of Korykos, father of the historian Hayton of Corycus
- Maria, who married John of Ibelin, Count of Jaffa and Ascalon, the famous jurist
- Stephanie, married in 1237 to King Henry I of Cyprus
- In the Dictionary of the Middle Ages she is referred to as "Dame Alise", and Constantine is "Constantine Payl"
- Edbury, John of Ibelin and the Kingdom of Jerusalem, p. 66, 100
- "Le Royaume Armenien de Cilicie", Claude Mutafian, Editions CNRS, Paris, ISBN 2-271-05105-3, p. 80
- American Council of Learned Societies (1989). "Smbat Sparapet". Dictionary of the Middle Ages. Charles Scribner's Sons, reproduced in History Resource Center.
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