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Alice of Cyprus
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Alice of Cyprus

Alice de Champagne of Cyprus (1196-1246) was the daughter of Isabella, Queen of Jerusalem and Henry II of Champagne.

She married twice. Her first husband was Hugh I of Cyprus. The couple had three children:

  1. Maria, who married Walter of Brienne.
  2. Henry I, who became King of Cyprus on his father's death in 1218. Alice acted as regent.
  3. Isabella, who married Henry of Antioch, and who was the mother of Hugh III of Cyprus

In 1223 Alice married Bohemond V of Antioch.

From 1243 to 1246 she served as regent of Jerusalem for Conrad of Hohenstaufen, her half-sister Maria's grandson.