Guy of Ibelin (1286–1308)

For other people named Guy of Ibelin, see Guy of Ibelin.
Guy of Ibelin

The Ibelin coat of arms
Spouse(s) Isabella of Ibelin
Noble family House of Ibelin
Father Balian of Ibelin
Mother Alice of Lampron
Born 1286
Died 1308
Buried Abbey of Bellapais near Kyrenia

Guy of Ibelin (1286–1308), Lord of Nicosia,[1] was the son of Balian of Ibelin, seneschal of the kingdom of Cyprus, and of Alice of Lampron.

In 1303, with papal dispensation, he married his cousin Isabella of Ibelin,[2] daughter of Baldwin of Ibelin and of Marguerite de Giblet. Their only child was Alix of Ibelin, second wife of Hugh IV of Cyprus.

Guy was buried on September 8, 1308 in the Premonstratensian Abbey of Bellapais near Kyrenia, Cyprus.[3]



  1. Mas Latrie 1881, p. 15
  2. Amadi 1891, p. 312. The future of Guy's widow is discussed: Amadi refers to her as "Margarita, daughter of Baldwin of Iblin and widow of Guy of Iblin".
  3. Amadi 1891, p. 293


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