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  2. 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.

  3. Meaning, origin and history of the name Alfonso

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    Meaning & History. Spanish and Italian form of Alphonsus, the Latin form of the Visigothic name * Aþalafuns meaning "noble and ready", derived from the Gothic elements aþals "noble" and funs "ready". This was the name of several kings of Spain (Asturias, León, Castile and Aragon) and Portugal, starting with Alfonso I of Asturias in the 8th century.

  4. Alfonso VI | Biography, Facts, & Children | Britannica

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    Alfonso was the second son of King Ferdinand I and his wife Sancha; Alfonso VI | Biography, Facts, & Children | Britannica Alfonso VI, byname Alfonso the Brave, Spanish Alfonso el Bravo, (born before June 1040—died 1109, Toledo, Castile), king of Leon (1065–70) and king of reunited Castile and Leon (1072–1109), who by 1077 had proclaimed himself “emperor of all Spain” (imperator totius Hispaniae).

  5. Alfonso XIII | king of Spain | Britannica

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    Alfonso XIII, (born May 17, 1886, Madrid, Spain—died February 28, 1941, Rome, Italy), Spanish king (1902–31) who by authorizing a military dictatorship hastened his own deposition by advocates of the Second Republic. The posthumous son of Alfonso XII, Alfonso XIII was immediately proclaimed king under the regency of his mother, María Cristina. Although lively and intelligent, he was raised in an ultraclerical and reactionary atmosphere by his doting mother.

  6. Alfonso Ribeiro - Wikipedia

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    Alfonso Lincoln Ribeiro (born September 21, 1971) is an American actor, comedian and television host. He is best known for his roles as Alfonso Spears on the sitcom Silver Spoons, Carlton Banks on the NBC sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, and Maxwell Stanton on In the House .

  7. As Biden sends mixed signals on death penalty, Alfonso...

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    Alfonso Rodriguez Jr. sits flanked by his defense attorneys Richard Ney, left, and Robert Hoy in this courtroom sketch from the early days of Rodriguez's federal trial in 2006 in Fargo.

  8. Alfonso XII | king of Spain | Britannica

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    Alfonso XII, (born November 28, 1857, Madrid, Spain—died November 25, 1885, Madrid), Spanish king whose short reign (1874–85) gave rise to hopes for a stable constitutional monarchy in Spain. The eldest surviving son of Queen Isabella II and, presumably, her consort, the duque de Cádiz, Alfonso accompanied his mother into exile following her deposition by the revolution of September 1868.

  9. Alfonso Ribeiro - Biography - IMDb

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    Alfonso Ribeiro was born in New York on September 21, 1971. Alfonso's family is from Trinidad & Tobago. Although rumor has been that he is of Dominican descent, he has stated in an interview that this is false. Neither he nor his family are from the Dominican Republic; they originate from Trinidad & Tobago.

  10. Alfonso Ribeiro - IMDb

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    Alfonso Ribeiro was born in New York on September 21, 1971. Alfonso's family is from Trinidad & Tobago. Although rumor has been that he is of Dominican descent, he has stated in an interview that this is false. Neither he nor his family are from the Dominican Republic; they originate from Trinidad & Tobago.

  11. Afonso I | king of Portugal | Britannica

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    Alfonso VI, emperor of Leon, had granted the county of Portugal to Afonso’s father, Henry of Burgundy, who successfully defended it against the Muslims (1095–1112). Henry married Alfonso VI’s illegitimate daughter, Teresa , who governed Portugal from the time of her husband’s death (1112) until her son Afonso came of age.