Mary of Lusignan, Queen of Naples

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Mary of Lusignan (1381 - 4 September 1404) was the second wife but first Queen consort of King Ladislaus of Naples. She was born in Genoa.

Mary was a daughter of James I of Cyprus and his Queen consort Helvis of Brunswick-Grubenhagen. On 12 February 1403, Mary married Ladislaus of Naples. He had divorced his previous wife, Constance of Clermont, in 1392 while struggling for the throne against Louis II of Naples. He had no legitimate heirs of his own.

Mary died childless in Naples the following year. Ladislaus went on to marry Mary of Enghien.

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Preceded by
Margaret of Durazzo
Queen Consort of Naples
12 February 1403 – 4 September 1404
Succeeded by
Mary of Enghien