Officiales regni Hierosolymitani

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Officiales regni Hierosolymitani, illi scilicet qui officia alta tenuerunt Regni Transmarini mediaevalis, sex semper fuerunt: constabularius, marescalcus, senescalcus, camerarius (haec sunt "magna officia"), insuper botellarius et cancellarius. Talia officia in regno Francico saeculo XI exstabant, e qua regione orti sunt primi reges Hierosolymorum. Hierosolymis anno 1187 amissis, auctoritate in regnum Cypri transmissa, eadem officia saeculo XIII nobilibus Cypriotis interdum attributa sunt.

Constabularii[recensere | fontem recensere]

Marescalci[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Sado (1125–1154)
  • Odo de Sancto Amando (1155–1156; postea botellarius; postea Magister Ordinis Templariorum)
  • Ioscelinus Edessanus (1156–1159; postea senescalcus)
  • Guillelmus (1159–1171)
  • Gerardus de Pugi (1169–1174; antea camerarius)
  • Ioannes(c. 1179)
  • Gerardus de Ridefort (c. 1179; postea Magister Ordinis Templariorum)
  • Gualterius Durus (1185–1192)
  • Hugo Martin (c. 1191)
  • Arnulfus (c. 1193)
  • Ioannes (1194–1200)
  • Aimarus de Laron (c. 1206)
  • Iacobus de Dournai (1211–1217)
  • Ricardus Filangieri (1231–1242)
  • Philippus de Cossie (c. 1250; postea camerarius)
  • Galfridus de Sargines (c. 1254; postea senescalcus)
  • Ioannes de Gibelet (1261–1262)
  • Guillelmus Canet (1269–1273)
  • Iacobus Vidal (c. 1277)

Senescalci[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Hugo de Sancto Audemaro (c. 1100–1104)
  • Gervasius (c. 1104)
  • Hugo Costardus (c. 1112)
  • Anscherius (c. 1122?)
  • Isaac (c. 1149)
  • Ioannes (c. 1151)
  • Guido Francus (c. 1164)
  • Milo de Planciaco (c. 1168–1174)
  • Radulphus (c. 1176)
  • Ioscelinus Edessanus (1176–1190; antea marescalcus)
  • Obertus Nepos (1187–1192?)
  • Radulphus de Tiberiade (1194–1220)
  • Raimundus de Gibelet (c. 1240)
  • Balduinus de Ibelino (c. 1256)
  • Galfridus de Sargines (1254–1267? antea marescalcus)
  • Robertus de Cresque (c. 1269)
  • Ioannes I de Grailly (1272–1276)
  • Odo Pelechin (c. 1277)
  • Philippus de Ibelino (?-?)

Camerarii[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Strabulon (c. 1099)
  • Galfridus (c. 1099)
  • Gerardus (1108–1115)
  • Ioannes (1119–1128)
  • Radulphus (1129–1130)
  • Ioscelinus (c. 1138)
  • Milo (c. 1138)
  • Nicolaus (1150–1152)
  • Galvanus de Rupe (c. 1156)
  • Gerardus de Pugi (c. 1169; postea marescalcus)
  • Amalricus de Leziniaco (1175–1178; postea constabularius; postea rex)
  • Ioannes (c. 1179)
  • Raimundus (c. 1184)
  • Balianus de Ibelino (1183–1185)
  • Thomas (1190–1197)
  • Henricus de Canelli (c. 1192)
  • Ioannes (c. 1194)
  • Rohardus de Caiphas (1201–1220)
  • Renaldus de Caiphas (1230–1232)
  • Ioannes de Cossie (1232–1250)
  • Philippus de Cossie (1250–1269)

Botellarii[recensere | fontem recensere]

Cancellarii[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Arnulphus (?-?)
  • Paganus (1115–1128)
  • Amelinus (c. 1130)
  • Francus (1133–1135?)
  • Helias (1136–1142)
  • Radulphus, episcopus Bethleemitanus (1146–1174)
  • Fridericus, episcopus Acconensis (c. 1150)
  • Willelmus, archiepiscopus Tyrensis (1174–1183)
  • Lambertus (c. 1177)
  • Bandinus (pro Conrado Montisferrati) (1188–1192)
  • Petrus, episcopus Tripolitanus (1185–1192)
  • Odo (c. 1190)
  • Ioscius, archiepiscopus Tyrensis (1192–1200)
  • Radulphus, episcopus Sidoniensis (1206–1212)
  • Simon, archiepiscopus Tyrensis (1226–1227)
  • Maregnanus (c. 1234)

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Carolus du Fresne, Dominus du Cange; E.-G. Rey, ed., Les familles d'Outre-Mer. Lutetiae, 1869 ~ ~ ~
  • John L. La Monte, Feudal Monarchy in the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem, 1100–1291. Cantabrigiae Mass., 1932
  • Hans Eberhard Mayer, The Crusades. Oxonii: Oxford University Press, 1972
  • Joshua Prawer, The Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem. Londinii: Weidenfeld and Nicholson, 1972
  • Jean Richard, The Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem. Dordrecht: North-Holland, 1979. ISBN 0-444-85092-9
  • Jonathan Riley-Smith, The Feudal Nobility in the Kingdom of Jerusalem, 1174–1277. Londinii: Archon Books, 1973
  • Steven Tibble, Monarchy and Lordship in the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem, 1099–1291. Oxonii: Clarendon Press, 1989