Hugh III

Hugh III

▪ king of Cyprus
French  Hugues  
died 1284

      king of Cyprus and Jerusalem who founded the house of Antioch-Lusignan that ruled Cyprus until 1489.

      Succeeding his cousin Hugh II as king of Cyprus in 1267, he obtained the disputed crown of the dwindling crusader kingdom of Jerusalem (Jerusalem, kingdom of) two years later. The efforts of his rival, Charles I of Anjou, king of Sicily, who also claimed his rights to be a king of Jerusalem, and the resistance of his subjects prevented him from effectively establishing his authority in the Holy Land.

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