Foulque de Guines est le second fils de Baudouin Ier, comte de Guines dans le Boulonnais. Il était apparenté aux comtes de Boulogne. Il accompagna probablement Eustache III de Boulogne et Robert II de Flandre à la Croisade, et obtint en 1110 de son cousin Baudouin Ier la seigneurie de Beyrouth. Il mourut vers 1125.

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  • Foulque de Guines est le second fils de Baudouin Ier, comte de Guines dans le Boulonnais. Il était apparenté aux comtes de Boulogne. Il accompagna probablement Eustache III de Boulogne et Robert II de Flandre à la Croisade, et obtint en 1110 de son cousin Baudouin Ier la seigneurie de Beyrouth. Il mourut vers 1125.
  • Fulk of Guînes (French: Foulques de Guînes) (died bef. 1125) was the first Lord of Beirut (1110–c.1117) following its conquest in the wake of the First Crusade. He was from Guînes in the Boulonnais, the second son of Count Baldwin I of Guînes and distantly related to the counts of Boulogne.Fulk and his brothers Guy, Hugh and Manasses Robert all gave their consent to a privilege their father granted to his monastic foundation of Saint-Médard at Andres in 1084. Fulk and Hugh, then an archdeacon, witnessed a diploma of Manasses, then count, for the same monastery in 1097. In 1117, Fulk and Guy subscribed the privilege in which Manasses founded a monastery dedicated to Saint Leonard in the suburbs of Guînes.Fulk probably accompanied Counts Eustace III of Boulogne and Robert II of Flanders on the First Crusade in 1096, along with his three brothers and father. He received the lordship of Beirut after his relative, King Baldwin I of Jerusalem, conquered it, as related in the anonymous short poem, "Verse on the Illustrious Men of the Diocese of Thérouanne who went on the Holy Expedition":Fulk was dead by 1125, when Walter of Brisebarre was Lord of Beirut. According to Lambert of Ardres he was buried in Palestine: "Fulk, count before Beirut in the promised land [was] there finally buried" (Fulconem in terra promissionis comitem apud Baruth, ibique demum sepultum).
  • Fulko von Guines († um 1125) war Kreuzfahrer und erster Herr von Beirut.Er war der zweitgeborene Sohn des Grafen Balduin I. von Guines und dessen Gattin Adele (oder Christine) von Holland. Er war mit den Grafen von Boulogne verwandt.Wahrscheinlich begleitete er Eustach III. von Boulogne und Robert II. von Flandern auf dem Ersten Kreuzzug ins Heilige Land. 1110 erhielt er dort von seinem Verwandten, König Balduin I. von Jerusalem, die neu errichtete Herrschaft Beirut als Lehen.Er starb um das Jahr 1125. Nach seinem Tod fiel das Lehen an den König zurück, der es an Walter I. Brisebarre vergab.
  • Folco di Guînes in francese Foulque de Guines (... – 1125 circa) fu un nobile crociato del Regno di Gerusalemme, nel 1110 divenne il primo signore di Beirut.Era il secondo figlio di Baldovino I, conte di Guînes, nel Boulonnais, ed aveva legami di parentela con i Conti di Boulogne.Probabilmente accompagnò Eustachio III di Boulogne e Roberto II di Flandra nella Prima crociata, nel 1110 ottenne da suo cugino Baldovino I di Gerusalemme la signoria di Beirut. Folco morì attorno al 1125.
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  • Foulque de Guines est le second fils de Baudouin Ier, comte de Guines dans le Boulonnais. Il était apparenté aux comtes de Boulogne. Il accompagna probablement Eustache III de Boulogne et Robert II de Flandre à la Croisade, et obtint en 1110 de son cousin Baudouin Ier la seigneurie de Beyrouth. Il mourut vers 1125.
  • Folco di Guînes in francese Foulque de Guines (... – 1125 circa) fu un nobile crociato del Regno di Gerusalemme, nel 1110 divenne il primo signore di Beirut.Era il secondo figlio di Baldovino I, conte di Guînes, nel Boulonnais, ed aveva legami di parentela con i Conti di Boulogne.Probabilmente accompagnò Eustachio III di Boulogne e Roberto II di Flandra nella Prima crociata, nel 1110 ottenne da suo cugino Baldovino I di Gerusalemme la signoria di Beirut. Folco morì attorno al 1125.
  • Fulko von Guines († um 1125) war Kreuzfahrer und erster Herr von Beirut.Er war der zweitgeborene Sohn des Grafen Balduin I. von Guines und dessen Gattin Adele (oder Christine) von Holland. Er war mit den Grafen von Boulogne verwandt.Wahrscheinlich begleitete er Eustach III. von Boulogne und Robert II. von Flandern auf dem Ersten Kreuzzug ins Heilige Land. 1110 erhielt er dort von seinem Verwandten, König Balduin I.
  • Fulk of Guînes (French: Foulques de Guînes) (died bef. 1125) was the first Lord of Beirut (1110–c.1117) following its conquest in the wake of the First Crusade. He was from Guînes in the Boulonnais, the second son of Count Baldwin I of Guînes and distantly related to the counts of Boulogne.Fulk and his brothers Guy, Hugh and Manasses Robert all gave their consent to a privilege their father granted to his monastic foundation of Saint-Médard at Andres in 1084.
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