Encyclopedia > Baldwin V of Jerusalem

  Article Content

Baldwin V of Jerusalem

Baldwin V (d. 1186), the son of Sibylla (daughter of Amalric I) by her first husband, William of Montferrat[?], was the nominal king of Jerusalem from 1183 to 1186, under the regency of Raymund of Tripoli[?]. His reign is marked by the advance of Saladin and by dissensions between the government and Guy of Lusignan.

Preceded by:
Baldwin IV
Kingdom of Jerusalem Followed by:
Guy of Lusignan

All Wikipedia text is available under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License

  Search Encyclopedia

Search over one million articles, find something about almost anything!
  Featured Article
List of closed London Underground stations

... station[?] Tower of London tube station[?] Wood Lane (Central Line) tube station[?] Wood Lane (Metropolitan Line) tube station[?] (aka White City; on what is now the ...

This page was created in 71.4 ms