Isaac Komnenos, Isaac of Cyprus pleading with King Richard I, praying for the restoration of his daughter, the Damsel of Cyprus, Conquest of Cyprus 1191

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Illustration from Cassell's illustrated history of England published circa 1896. Info from wiki: Sources do not name the daughter of Isaac but usually call her the "Damsel of Cyprus". Upon the deposition of her father Isaac, she joined the court of King Richard the Lionheart, and after the Third Crusade, she traveled back to England with the other ladies of his court, including Joan of England, sister of King Richard, and Berengaria of Navarre, now queen consort of England. In 1194, as part of ransom agreement of King Richard, the English released the Cypriot princess into the care of Leopold of Austria, a distant relative.