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The Château de Lusignan, near Poitiers, was the principal seat of the Lusignans. It was later destroyed during the Wars of Religion, and only its foundations remain in Lusignan. The title "King of Jerusalem" passed to the heirs of Raymond IV; it became a subsidiary title of the kings of Cyprus. The County palatine (or princedom) ruled by counts palatine or princes is now part for Poitou and Anjou in France as well as for Gascony and Aquitaine in France; it has been abolished since 1848 when all French titles were abolished unless borne with another peerage dignity.