Officers of the Kingdom of Cyprus

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The Kingdom of Cyprus, as an offshoot of the Kingdom of Jerusalem, maintained many of the same offices, such as: seneschal, constable, marshal, admiral, Chamberlain, and chancellor.

The Officers of the Kingdom of Cyprus from its founding were:

Seneschal[edit]

  • Guy de Lusignan (c. 1195), son of Amalric I of Cyprus
  • Aimery de Rivet (1197–1210)
  • Baldwin of Ibelin (1246–1267)
  • Robert de Cresque (1269)
  • Balian of Ibelin (1286–1302)
  • Philip of Ibelin (1302–1318), brother of prec.
  • Guy of Ibelin (1318–after 1334?), son of prec.
  • James of Lusignan (1369)

Constable[edit]

Marshal[edit]

  • Hugh Martin (1194–1196)
  • Renaud de Soissons (1210–1217)
  • Adam de Gaures of Antioch
  • John of Antioch (1247), son of prec.
  • Anceau
  • William de Canet (1269)
  • Simon de Montolif
  • Thomas de Montolif (1328)
  • Daniël van de Merwede (1361)

Admiral[edit]

  • Johann of Brunswick-Grubenhagen (died 11 June 1414)
  • Garceran Suárez de los Cernadilla (1432–after 1458)

Chamberlain[edit]

  • Amaury de Bethsan (1218–1220)
  • Geoffrey le Tor (1247)
  • Philip de Cassie (1269)
  • Walter of Antioch (1286)

Chancellor[edit]

Butler[edit]

The office of butler was created in 1328.[citation needed]

See also[edit]

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