Name: Phillippe of Antioch 1
Death: BET 1225 AND 1226
From FMG, Armenia, Chapter 2B:
He was crowned king of Armenia in Jun 1222 with his wife, by right of his wife. He tried to impose the Catholic faith on the Armenians, refused to follow Armenian customs including that of growing a beard, and spent most of his time at Antioch. Vardan's History records that "Pilip son of the lord of Antioch…loathed the Armenian people…and he sent to his father's house the honoured crown and the royal treasures", stating that "the princes were unable to tolerate this and put [him] into confinement until he died".
Father: Bohemond IV of Antioch b: 1171
Mother: Plaisance of Jebail
Zabel of Armenia b: BET 1216 AND 1217
BET 1221 AND 1222 1
- Author: Charles Cawley
Title: Foundation for Medieval Genealogy; http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/index.htm
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