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Lusignan [Valence], Aymer delocked

(c. 1228–1260)
  • Nicholas Vincent

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Lusignan [Valence], Aymer de (c. 1228–1260), bishop of Winchester, was one of the younger sons of Hugues (X), count of La Marche, and his wife, Isabella of Angoulême (d. 1246), the widow of King John.

Aymer de Lusignan was born in Poitou, probably at the family stronghold of ...

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