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Philip of Antioch

Philip of Antioch

Cilicia king consort
The basics
Gender male
Mother: Plaisance of Gibelet
Father: Bohemond IV of Antioch
Siblings: Henry of AntiochBohemond V of Antioch
Spouse: Isabella IQueen of Armenia
The details

Philip of Antioch (died 1226, poisoned in prison) was a member of the Poitiers family and king consort of the Armenian Kingdom of Cilicia from 1222 to 1224 as the husband of queen Isabella of Armenia, the daughter of the king Leo I of the Rubenid dynasty.
He was a son of Bohemund IV, Prince of Antioch and Plaisance Embriaco of Gibelet. He married the 10-year-old Isabella in June 1222, who had been queen of Armenia from 1219.

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