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  2. Alfonso XI of Castile - Wikipedia

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    Alfonso XI (13 August 1311 – 26 March 1350), called the Avenger ( el Justiciero ), was King of Castile and León. He was the son of Ferdinand IV of Castile and his wife Constance of Portugal. Upon his father's death in 1312, several disputes ensued over who would hold regency, which were resolved in 1313.

  3. Alfonso XI | king of Castile and Leon | Britannica

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    Alfonso XI, byname Alfonso The Just, Spanish Alfonso El Justiciero, (born 1311, Salamanca, Leon—died March 26, 1350, Gibraltar), king of Castile and Leon from 1312, who succeeded his father, Ferdinand IV, when he was only a year old.

  4. Alfonso XI the Just, King of Castile and León - geni family tree

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    Alfonso XI of Castile Born in Salamanca, August 13, 1311 – Died in Gibraltar, March 26, 1350, was the king of Castile and León, the son of Ferdinand IV of Castile and his wife Constance of Portugal. He is variously known among Castilian kings as the Avenger or the Implacable, and as "He of Salado River."

  5. Alfonso XI of Castile - The European Middle Ages

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    Alfonso XI of Castile had a progressive yet bloody reign. Despite his administrative success, the king’s viciousness caused many deaths and the mistreatment of his wife. Alfonso’s favoritism towards his mistress led to her execution after his death by the vengeful queen. The bad blood between both factions only worsened after Eleanor’s execution.

  6. Alfonso XI of Castile (Chapter 9) - Medieval Self-Coronations

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    The ninth chapter focuses on the practice of self-coronation among medieval Castilian kings and its religious, political and ideological implications. It takes Alfonso XI of Castile’s self-knighting self-coronation (1332) as a central event, establishing its conceptual genealogy, significance and relevance, deploying Visigothic, Asturian ...

  7. Alfonso XI was the king of Castile, León and Galicia. He was the son of Ferdinand IV of Castile and his wife Constance of Portugal. Upon his father's death in 1312, several disputes ensued over who would hold regency, which were resolved in 1313. Once Alfonso was declared adult in 1325, he began a reign that would serve to strengthen royal power.

  8. Fadrique Alfonso - Wikipedia

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    Fadrique Alfonso of Castile, 1st Señor de Haro (1334–1358), 25th Master of the Order of Santiago (1342–1358), was the fifth illegitimate child of Alfonso XI of Castile and Eleanor of Guzman. He was born in Seville. [1] Contents 1 Biography 2 Descendants 3 Ancestors 4 References Biography [ edit] Fadrique was a twin to Henry of Trastámara.

  9. Tello Alfonso - Wikipedia

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    Tello Alfonso of Castile (1337 – October 1370) was the seventh of the ten illegitimate children of Alfonso XI of Castile and Eleanor of Guzman. He was a prince of Castile and First Lord of Aguilar de Campoo. In Spanish he is known as Tello de Castilla, Infante de Castilla; Señor de Aguilar de Campoo, de Vizcaya, de Castañeda y de Lara .

  10. List of Castilian monarchs - Wikipedia

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    The Royal Bend of Castile, adopted since Alfonso XI in 1332 as a personal standard of the monarchs Further information: Anscarids The following dynasts are descendants, in the male line, of Urraca's first husband, Raymond of Burgundy . Succession crisis [ edit]

  11. Castilian House of Burgundy - Wikipedia

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    The Castilian House of Burgundy [1] is a cadet branch of the House of Ivrea descended from Raymond of Burgundy. Raymond married Urraca, the eldest legitimate daughter of Alfonso VI of León and Castile of the House of Jiménez. Two years after Raymond's death, Urraca succeeded her father and became queen of Castile and Leon; Urraca's and ...