Constance of Antioch

1127 - 1163

Constance of Antioch

Constance of Hauteville (1128–1163) was the ruling Princess of Antioch from 1130 to 1163. She was the only child of Bohemond II of Antioch by his wife, Alice of Jerusalem. Constance succeeded her father at the age of two, after he fell in battle, although his cousin, Roger II of Sicily, laid claim to Antioch. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Constance of Antioch has received more than 96,172 page views. Her biography is available in 24 different languages on Wikipedia making her the 4,123rd most popular politician.

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Among politicians, Constance of Antioch ranks 4,102 out of 14,801Before her are Andrew Dickson White, Theudis, Munmu of Silla, István Széchenyi, Lê Đức Anh, and Cangjie. After her are Princess Cecilie of Greece and Denmark, Karl Seitz, Pavlo Skoropadskyi, Roberto Eduardo Viola, Anna of Saxony, and Calpurnia.

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Among people born in 1127, Constance of Antioch ranks 3Before her are Emperor Go-Shirakawa and Emperor Xiaozong of Song. After her are Felix of Valois and Henry I, Count of Champagne. Among people deceased in 1163, Constance of Antioch ranks 4Before her are Ladislaus II of Hungary, Baldwin III of Jerusalem, and Abd al-Mu'min. After her is Agnes of Babenberg.

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In Turkey

Among people born in Turkey, Constance of Antioch ranks 398 out of 901Before her are Sarduri II (-790), İbrahim Tatlıses (1952), Megasthenes (-350), Lucius Cornelius Scipio Asiaticus (-232), Boris II of Bulgaria (931), and Sezen Aksu (1954). After her are Paul of Samosata (200), Irene Angelina (1181), Sharafkhan Bidlisi (1543), Anna of Savoy (1306), Eutropius (320), and Eutropius (400).