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The War of the Antiochene Succession, also known as the Antiochene War of Succession, comprised a series of armed conflicts in northern Syria between 1201 and 1219, connected to the disputed succession of Bohemond III of Antioch. The Principality of Antioch was the leading Christian power in the region during the last decades of the 12th century, but Armenian Cilicia challenged its supremacy. The capture of an important fortress, Bagras, in Syria by Leo II of Cilicia gave rise to a prolonged conflict already in the early 1190s. Leo tried to capture Antioch, but the Greek and Latin burghers formed a commune and prevented the Armenian soldiers from occupying the town. Bohemond III's eldest son, Raymond, died in 1197, leaving an infant son, Raymond-Roupen. The boy's mother, Alice of Armenia,

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  • Πόλεμος της Αντιοχικής Διαδοχής
  • Guerra de sucesión en el Principado de Antioquía
  • Guerre de succession de la principauté d'Antioche
  • Guerra di successione antiochena
  • War of the Antiochene Succession
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  • Ο Πόλεμος της Αντιοχικής Διαδοχής, επίσης γνωστός ως Αντιοχικός Πόλεμος της Διαδοχής, αποτελείτο από σειρά ενόπλων συγκρούσεων, οι οποίες έλαβαν χώρα στα βόρεια της , μεταξύ του 1201 και του 1219, και οι οποίες σχετίζονταν με διαμάχη αναφορικά με την διαδοχή του Βοημούνδου Γ΄ της Αντιόχειας. Το Πριγκιπάτο της Αντιόχειας αποτελούσε την κυρίαρχη χριστιανική δύναμη στην περιοχή κατά τη διάρκεια των ύστατων δεκαετιών του 12ου αιώνα, ωστόσο, η Αρμενική Κιλικία αμφισβητούσε την κυριαρχία του. Η κατάληψη ενός σημαντικού φρουρίου, του Μπαγκράς, στη Συρία, από τον Λέοντα Β΄ της Κιλικίας αποτέλεσε την αφορμή για το ξέσπασμα μακροχρόνιας πολεμικής σύγκρουσης, η οποία ξεκίνησε κατά τις απαρχές της δεκαετίας του 1190. Ο Λέων επιχείρησε να καταλάβει την Αντιόχεια, ωστόσο, οι Έλληνες και Λατίνοι αστοί τη
  • La guerra de sucesión en el Principado de Antioquía, también conocida como guerra de sucesión antioquena, comprendió una serie de conflictos armados en el norte de Siria entre 1201 y 1219, relacionados con la sucesión disputada de Bohemundo III de Antioquía. El Principado de Antioquía fue el principal poder cristiano en la región durante las últimas décadas del siglo XII, pero el Reino armenio de Cilicia desafió su supremacía. La captura de una fortaleza importante, Bagras, en Siria por parte de León II de Cilicia, dio lugar a un conflicto prolongado ya a principios de la década de 1190. León intentó capturar Antioquía, pero los burgueses griegos y latinos formaron una comuna e impidió que los soldados armenios ocuparan la ciudad. El hijo mayor de Bohemundo III, Raimundo, murió en 1197, de
  • La guerre de succession de la principauté d'Antioche est une série de conflits armés dans le nord de la Syrie entre 1201 et 1219, liés à la succession contestée de Bohémond III d'Antioche. La principauté d'Antioche était la première puissance chrétienne dans la région au cours des dernières décennies du XIIe siècle, mais la Cilicie a contesté sa suprématie.
  • La guerra di successione antiochena fu una serie di conflitti armati avvenuti nella zona della Siria settentrionale tra il 1201 ed il 1219, connessi alla disputata successione di Boemondo III di Antiochia. Il principato di Antiochia era la principale potenza cristiana della regione dall'ultima decade del XII secolo, ma la Cilicia armena gli contendeva la supremazia. La presa dell'importante fortezza di Bagras in Siria da parte di Leone II di Cilicia portò al prolungamento del conflitto già alla fine del XII secolo. Leone tentò di conquistare Antiochia, ma i signori locali formarono un comune e prevennero ai soldati armeni di occupare la città. Il figlio primogenito di Boemondo III, Raimondo, morto nel 1197, aveva lasciato un figlio infante, Raimondo Rupeno. La madre del ragazzo, , era nipo
  • The War of the Antiochene Succession, also known as the Antiochene War of Succession, comprised a series of armed conflicts in northern Syria between 1201 and 1219, connected to the disputed succession of Bohemond III of Antioch. The Principality of Antioch was the leading Christian power in the region during the last decades of the 12th century, but Armenian Cilicia challenged its supremacy. The capture of an important fortress, Bagras, in Syria by Leo II of Cilicia gave rise to a prolonged conflict already in the early 1190s. Leo tried to capture Antioch, but the Greek and Latin burghers formed a commune and prevented the Armenian soldiers from occupying the town. Bohemond III's eldest son, Raymond, died in 1197, leaving an infant son, Raymond-Roupen. The boy's mother, Alice of Armenia,
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  • County of Tripoli
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  • Forces of Bohemond IV of Antioch
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