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  2. Alfonso VI de León - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Alfonso VI de León, llamado «el Bravo» (1040/1041 [1] -Toledo, 1 de julio de 1109), hijo de Fernando I de León y de su esposa, la reina Sancha, fue rey de León entre 1065 [2] y 1072 en un primer reinado, y entre 1072 y 1109 en un segundo, de Galicia entre 1071 y 1072 y también entre 1072 y 1109, y de Castilla entre 1072 y 1109.

  3. Peter of Castile - Wikipedia

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    His parents were Alfonso XI of Castile and Maria of Portugal. According to chancellor and chronicler Pero López de Ayala, he had a pale complexion, blue eyes and very light blonde hair; he was 1.83 metres (6 ft 0 in) tall and muscular. He was accustomed to long, strenuous hours of work, lisped a little and "loved women greatly".

  4. 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.

  5. Alfonso III of Asturias - Wikipedia

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    Alfonso III (c. 848 – 20 December 910), called the Great (Spanish: el Magno), was the king of León, Galicia and Asturias from 866 until his death. He was the son and successor of Ordoño I . In later sources he is the earliest to be called " Emperor of Spain ."

  6. Peter I of Portugal - Wikipedia

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    Maria bore Alfonso a son in 1334, who ultimately became Peter of Castile, but after the Castilian king refused to end his affair Maria returned home to Portugal in 1335. Alfonso had been married once before, to his cousin's daughter, Constanza Manuel (granddaughter of James II of Aragon). Alfonso had the marriage annulled in 1327, after only ...

  7. Afonso I of Portugal - Wikipedia

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    Afonso was the son of Teresa, the illegitimate daughter of King Alfonso VI of León and Castile, and her husband, Henry of Burgundy. According to the Crónica de Portugal de 1419 the future Portuguese king was born in Guimarães, which was at the time the most important political center of his parents.

  8. Kingdom of Galicia - Wikipedia

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    Henry, illegitimate son of Alfonso XI of Castile and half-brother of Peter, took advantage of the dissatisfaction among the noblemen to launch a war against Peter, with the support of Peter IV of Aragon, with whom Peter I was already at war, and along companies of mercenaries such as that commanded by Bertrand du Guesclin.

  9. Sancho IV de Castilla - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Sancho IV de Castilla, llamado «el Bravo» (Valladolid, 12 de mayo de 1258-Toledo, 25 de abril de 1295), fue rey de Castilla [a] entre 1284 y 1295. Era hijo del rey Alfonso X «el Sabio» y de su esposa, la reina Violante de Aragón, hija de Jaime I «el Conquistador», rey de Aragón.

  10. 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 ...

  11. 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.