Amalric I Anjou of Jerusalem, Count of Jaffa and Ascalon, King of Jerusalem, was born 1136 to Fulk I of Jerusalem (c1090-1143) and Mélisende of Jerusalem (1105-1161) and died 11 July 1174 of unspecified causes. He married Agnes de Courtenay (c1136-c1184) 1157 JL . He married Maria Komnene (c1154-c1213) 29 December 1167 JL in Tyre. Notable ancestors include Charlemagne (747-814). Ancestors are from France, Belgium, Germany.


Offspring of Amalric I of Jerusalem and Agnes de Courtenay (c1136-c1184)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Sibylla of Jerusalem (c1159-1190) 1159 1190 Guglielmo del Monferrato (c1140-1177)
Guy de Lusignan (1159-1192)

Baldwin IV of Jerusalem (1161-1185) 1161 16 March 1185
Alix of Jerusalem (c1163-c1168)

Offspring of Amalric I of Jerusalem and Maria Komnene (c1154-c1213)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Isabella I of Jerusalem (1172-1205) 1172 5 April 1205 Humphrey IV of Toron (c1166-bef1197)
Corrado del Monferrato (1140-1192)
Henri II de Champagne (1166-1197)
Amaury II de Lusignan (1145-1205)

Son of Jerusalem (c1174-c1174)

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