Henry of Antioch
|Henry of Antioch|
|Spouse||Isabella de Lusignan|
|Issue||Hugh III of Cyprus
Margaret of Tyre
|Father||Bohemond IV of Antioch|
|Mother||Plaisance Embriaco de Giblet|
Henry of Antioch (b. 1198–1217, d. 18/27 of June, 1276), alternately known as Henri de Poitiers or Henry of Poitiers, was the son of Bohemond IV of Antioch, Prince of Antioch and his first wife Plaisance Embriaco de Giblet.
Henry and Isabella had two children:
- Hugh III of Cyprus (1235–1284), also Hugh I of Jerusalem.
- Margaret of Tyre (c. 1244–1308), married in 1268 Jean de Montfort but had no children by him. She later became a nun in Cyprus, and was buried in Nicosia.
His children both adopted their mother's surname of "de Lusignan", founding the Second House of Lusignan.
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