RE: Daughter of Isaac Comnenus
- From: pkd-gm@xxxxxxxxxxxxx ("Paul K Davis")
- Date: Sat, 7 Jan 2006 05:58:51 +0000 (UTC)
I just recently looked at what appears to be the definitive article on this
woman, by W. H. Rudt de Collenberg, and saw her always referred to as "la
damsel de Chypre". My guess is that no record of her name has survived.
-- PKD [Paul K Davis, pkd-gm@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]
> [Original Message]
> From: Melisende <melisende@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: <GEN-MEDIEVAL-L@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Date: 1/5/2006 1:06:30 AM
> Subject: Daughter of Isaac Comnenus
> I am trying to discover the name of the daughter of Isaac Comnenus,
> "Emperor of Cyprus".
> Her name is only mentioned as "la damsel de Chypre" . I believe that
> after she was captured by King Richard I she was entrusted into the
> care of Berengaria of Navarre as a maid-servant (c.1191). And the only
> other information that I have is that she was married to (c.1200) and
> divorced from (c.1203) Count Raymond VI of Toulouse - she was his fifth
> wife. And that she married a second time (c.1203) to Thierry of
> Any suggestions as to where I should look would be much appreciated.