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Officers of the County of Tripoli

As in the Kingdom of Jerusalem, the County of Tripoli had a smattering of offices: seneschal, constable, marshal, chamberlain, and chancellor.

The Great Officers of the County of Tripoli were:


  • Seneschal 1
  • Constable 2
  • Marshal 3
  • Chamberlain 4
  • Chancellor 5
  • See also 6
  • References 7


  • Raymond (1117)
  • Brunel (1139–1143)


  • William Peter (1106), perhaps just Marshal of the Camp
  • William Raymond (1106), perhaps just Marshal of the Camp
  • Roger (1110–1117)
  • Silvius (1139)
  • Rainier (1140–1143)
  • Arnald de Crest (1151–1155)
  • Hugh Sine Censu (1161–1164)
  • Raymond de Gibelet (1181–1183)
  • Osto (1194)
  • Gerard of Ham (1198–1217)
  • John (1217), also marshal (see below)
  • Thomas of Ham (1227–1255)
  • William Farabel (1277–1282)


  • Falcrand (1142–1145)
  • William de Lulen (1151)
  • N. de Monteprasto (1163)
  • Raymond (1177–1179)
  • John (1187–1217), also constable (see above)
  • John (1241–1278)


  • Walter de Margat (1137)
  • Rainald (1139)
  • Albert (1143)


  • Pons (1126), also archdeacon of Saint Paul
  • Jotron (1139–1143)
  • Peter (1142–1143)
  • Alberic (1163)
  • Matthew (1174–1187)
  • John (1202), perhaps John of Corbonio, who was chancellor of Antioch under Bohemond IV

See also


  • La Monte, John L. Feudal Monarchy in the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem 1100 to 1291. Medieval Academy of America, 1932.
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