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Officers of the Kingdom of Cyprus

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 through the 13th century were:


  • Seneschal 1
  • Constable 2
  • Marshal 3
  • Admiral 4
  • Chamberlain 5
  • Chancellor 6
  • See also 7
  • References 8




  • 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 (see above)
  • Daniël van de Merwede (1361)


  • Johann of Brunswick-Grubenhagen (d. June 11, 1414)
  • Garceran Suarez de los Cernadilla (1432—after 1458)


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


See also


  • La Monte, John L. Feudal Monarchy in the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem 1100 to 1291. Medieval Academy of America, 1932.
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