Dietrich von Orgue
Dietrich was a presumably French knight who came to the Holy Land with the Third Crusade around 1190. Its origin is not known.
With Melisende he had seven daughters who all died before him. So he was without an heir when he died around 1207. After his death, his widow married Johann von Ibelin , the "old gentlemen of Beirut ".
- Cf. Bernard Hamilton: King Consorts of Jerusalem and their Entourages from the West from 1186 to 1250. In: Hans Eberhard Mayer (Ed.): The Crusader States as a multicultural society. Immigrants and minorities in the 12th and 13th centuries (= writings of the Historisches Kolleg. Colloquia. 37). Oldenbourg Wissenschaftsverlag, Munich 1997, ISBN 3-486-56257-6 , pp. 13–24, here p. 15.
- See Lignages d'Outre-Mer . Marciana Ms Francese 20, CC.LXXXVIII, p. 63.
- Thierry d'Orca at fmg.ac (English)
Lord of Arsuf
(de iure uxoris )
John of Ibelin
(de iure uxoris)
|SURNAME||Dietrich von Orgue|
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Thierry de Orgue|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Lord of Arsuf|
|DATE OF BIRTH||before 1174|
|DATE OF DEATH||around 1207|