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  2. Alfonso VII of León and Castile - Wikipedia

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    Alfonso VII (1 March 1105 – 21 August 1157), called the Emperor (el Emperador), became the King of Galicia in 1111 and King of León and Castile in 1126. Alfonso, born Alfonso Raimúndez , first used the title Emperor of All Spain , alongside his mother Urraca, once she vested him with the direct rule of Toledo in 1116. [1]

  3. Alfonso X of Castile - Wikipedia

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    Alfonso X (also known as the Wise, Spanish: el Sabio; 23 November 1221 – 4 April 1284) was King of Castile, León and Galicia from 30 May 1252 until his death in 1284. During the election of 1257 , a dissident faction chose him to be king of Germany on 1 April.

  4. Alfonso VIII of Castile - Wikipedia

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    In 1187, Alfonso negotiated with Frederick I, Holy Roman Emperor, who was seeking to marry his son Conrad to Alfonso's eldest child and heir, Berengaria. In April 1188, they agreed on a treaty in Seligenstadt, which made clear that she was the heir of Castile after any sons of Alfonso and that Conrad would only co-rule as her spouse. That ...

  5. Alfonso X | king of Castile and Leon | Britannica

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    Alfonso X, byname Alfonso the Wise, or the Learned, Spanish Alfonso el Sabio, (born November 23, 1221, Burgos, Castile [Spain]—died April 4, 1284, Sevilla), king of Castile and Leon from 1252 to 1284. Alfonso’s father, Ferdinand III, conquered Andalusia and imposed tribute on the remaining Muslim states in Spain—Murcia and Granada. His mother, Beatrice, was granddaughter of the Holy ...

  6. Kingdom of Castile - Wikipedia

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    Alfonso tried unsuccessfully to conquer Urraca's lands, before he repudiated her in 1114. Urraca also had to contend with attempts by her son from her first marriage, the king of Galicia, to assert his rights. When Urraca died, this son became king of León and Castile as Alfonso VII. During his reign, Alfonso VII managed to annex parts of the ...

  7. Literatura de Alfonso X el Sabio - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia ...

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    La primera obra de contenido religioso debida al patrocinio de Alfonso X el Sabio, aunque no escrita en su versión final en lengua romance, fue una compilación hecha a petición del rey por Bernardo de Brihuega, un canónigo de Sevilla, que reunió un conjunto de hagiografías (vidas de santos) en latín.

  8. Alfonso VI "the Brave" of León and Castile, King of Castile ...

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    Alfonso VI of Castile. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Alfonso VI (before June 1040 – June 29/July 1, 1109), nicknamed the Brave, was King of León from 1065 to 1109 and King of Castile from 1072 following his brother's death. As he was the first Alfonso to be King of Castile, he is sometimes referred to as Alfonso I of Castile.

  9. Fadrique Alfonso de Castilla - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Fadrique Alfonso de Castilla (Sevilla, 13 de enero de 1333 o a principios de 1334 - 29 de mayo de 1358) fue un noble castellano, hijo ilegítimo del rey Alfonso XI de Castilla y de su amante, Leonor de Guzmán, hermano gemelo de Enrique de Trastámara, que llegó a reinar en Castilla como Enrique II.

  10. Urraca of León - Wikipedia

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    Urraca was born to King Alfonso VI of León and Castile and Constance of Burgundy. Constance—Alfonso's second wife—was closely related to the French royal family and the influential Burgundian abbot Hugh of Cluny was her maternal uncle.

  11. Eleanor of Castile - Wikipedia

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    The kings of Castile had long made a tenuous claim to be paramount lords of the Kingdom of Navarre due to sworn homage from Garcia VI of Navarre in 1134. In 1253, Ferdinand III's heir, Eleanor's half-brother Alfonso X of Castile, stalled negotiations with England in hopes that she would marry Theobald II of Navarre.