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{{Infobox royalty|name = Cephas I|title = King of the Holy Land, Grand Master of the Knights Templar, Guard of Christianity and Patron of Jerusalem|succession = King of the Holy Land|reign1 = 1220 - 28th January 1232|successor1 = John Cyril I
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|date of death = 28th January 1232|place of death = Jerusalem, Great Kingdom of the Holy Land |house = Dynmontagut (Montagut)
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'''Peire de Montagut''' or after 1220 '''Cephas Montagut I''' (Early 1190s-1232) was the first King of the Holy Land, originally Grand Master of the Knights Templar he aided the Fifth Crusade but when he was backstabbed by the Crusading Leadership he and the also-betrayed Andrew II of Hungary would rebel and force the crusader leaders and their men to leave, leading to the creation of the Kingdom of the Holy Land.
{{Infobox royalty|name = Cephas I|title = King of the Holy Land, Grand Master of the Knights Templar, Guard of Christianity and Patron of Jerusalem |succession = King of the Holy Land|reign1 = 1220 - 28th January 1232|successor1 = John Cyril I|date of death = 28th January 1232|place of death = Jerusalem, Great Kingdom of the Holy Land |house = Dynmontagut (Montagut)|religion = Catholic }}
 
'''Peire de Montagut '''or after 1220 '''Cephas Montagut I '''(Early 1190s-1232) was the first King of the Holy Land, originally Grand Master of the Knights Templar he aided the Fifth Crusade but when he was backstabbed by the Crusading Leadership he and the also betrayed Andrew II of Hungary would rebel and force the crusader leaders and their men to leave, leading to the creation of the Kingdom of the Holy Land.
 
 
[[Category:Kings of the Holy Land (Fifth and last)]]
 
[[Category:Kings of the Holy Land (Fifth and last)]]
 
[[Category:The Fifth and Last]]
 
[[Category:The Fifth and Last]]

Revision as of 18:46, April 8, 2020

Cephas I
King of the Holy Land, Grand Master of the Knights Templar, Guard of Christianity and Patron of Jerusalem

King of the Holy Land
Reign 1220 - 28th January 1232
Successor John Cyril I
Died 28th January 1232
Jerusalem, Great Kingdom of the Holy Land
House Dynmontagut (Montagut)
Religion Catholic

Peire de Montagut or after 1220 Cephas Montagut I (Early 1190s-1232) was the first King of the Holy Land, originally Grand Master of the Knights Templar he aided the Fifth Crusade but when he was backstabbed by the Crusading Leadership he and the also-betrayed Andrew II of Hungary would rebel and force the crusader leaders and their men to leave, leading to the creation of the Kingdom of the Holy Land.

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