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  2. Henry III of Castile - Wikipedia

    John I, King of Castile. Mother. Eleanor of Aragon. Religion. Roman Catholicism. Henry III of Castile (4 October 1379 – 25 December 1406), called the Suffering due to his ill health (Spanish: Enrique el Doliente, Galician: Henrique o Doente ), was the son of John I and Eleanor of Aragon. [1] He succeeded his father as King of Castile in 1390.

  3. Henry III | king of Castile | Britannica

    Henry III, byname Henry the Sufferer, Spanish Enrique el Doliente, (born October 4, 1379, Burgos, Castile [Spain]—died 1406, Toledo), king of Castile from 1390 to 1406. Though unable to take the field because of illness, he jealously preserved royal power through the royal council, the Audiencia (supreme court), and the corregidores (magistrates). During his minority, the anti-Jewish riots ...

  4. He succeeded to the title of King Enrique III de Castilla y León that year. He married Katherine of Lancaster, the daughter of John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster and Costanza of Castile, daughter of Pedro I, about 1393 (some records place the marriage five years previously). The couple would have three children including the future Juan II of ...

  5. Reconquista - Wikipedia

    Its culmination came in 1492 with the fall of the Nasrid kingdom of Granada to the united Spanish Crown of Ferdinand II of Aragon and Isabella I of Castile. [1] In the late 10th century, the Umayyad vizier Almanzor waged a series of military campaigns for 30 years in order to subjugate the northern Christian kingdoms.

  6. Philip II of Spain - Wikipedia

    In 1588, he sent an armada to invade Protestant England, with the strategic aim of overthrowing Elizabeth I and re-establishing Catholicism there, but his fleet was defeated in a skirmish at Gravelines (northern France) and then destroyed by storms as it circled the British Isles to return to Spain.

  7. This Day in history | Page 5 | Yoda's Hideaway

    1801 Henry Addington becomes Prime Minister of the United Kingdom after his friend William Pitt the Younger resigns after being unable to persuade King George III of the need for Catholic Emancipation 1880 Salvation Army of England starts work in the US at Harry Hill's Variety Theatre in NYC