Seigniory of Bethsan
The Seigneurie of Bethsan is one of the strongholds of the Royaume of Jerusalem.
HistoryThe town of Bethsan was taken by Tancrède de Hauteville in 1099, but was not attached to the Principauté of Galileo, because it was included with the royal field in 1101. In 1120, the king of Jerusalem gave the city and the close grounds to Adam de Béthune which was the first lord. It was definitively conquered by Saladin in 1187.
GeographyLocated in the valley of the Jordan, in the south of the Lake Tibériade.
FeudalitySuzerain: the king de Jérusalem
1156 -???? : Adam II of Bethsan
???? - after 1174: Gramand Ier de Bethsan
- married to Agnès of Waistcoat
after 1174 - 1187: Adam III of Bethsan
- married to Helvis de Milly
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