Rupen of Montfort
- Humphrey of Montfort, titular Lord of Beirut
- Jeanne of Montfort, married in 1322 Balian of Ibelin, son of Guy, Count of Jaffa.
His elder brother Amalric died in 1304, and Rupen succeeded him as titular Lord of Toron. In 1308, Rupen was involved in the abortive rebellion against Amalric, Prince of Tyre, who had usurped the royal power in Cyprus. He then left Cyprus to support his mother Eschive in an unsuccessful attempt to claim the Duchy of Athens, and took refuge from Prince Amalric on Rhodes. After the death of Amalric, Rupen returned to Cyprus and testified in the trial of the Knights Templar in 1311.
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Lord of Beirut
Reason for succession failure:
Conquest by Bahri dynasty in 1291
Humphrey of Montfort