James I of Aragon dies, and is succeeded by his son Peter III of Aragon. October. Templars purchase La Fauconnerie , omitting to secure Hugh's consent. October. Hugh III relocates from Acre to Cyprus. 1277. January/March. Philip of Sicily dies and title to Principality of Achaea reverts to his father Charles I of Anjou. 18 March.
The Crusade of Charles of Anjou against Lucera (1268) refers to the attack made by Charles I of Anjou on the Muslims at Lucera in conjunction with the Crusade against Conradin of 1268 (cf. Italian Crusades below).    Crusade of James I of Aragon. The Crusade of James I of Aragon (1269–1270).
Authorities say James Aragon, 54, killed his wife inside their home on South Holland Way in Littleton before taking his own life. Denver7/Jefferson County Sheriff's Office
The first Charter of King James I. [See p. 146.] James, by the grace of God, of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, king, defender of the faith, &c. to all to whom our present letters shall come, greeting.
Proclamation by the Lord Mayor of London and Privy Council, declaring the hereditary right of King James to the Crowns of England, France, and Ireland. March 24. London.
e. The Tribunal of the Holy Office of the Inquisition ( Spanish: Tribunal del Santo Oficio de la Inquisición ), commonly known as the Spanish Inquisition ( Inquisición española ), was established in 1478 by the Catholic Monarchs, King Ferdinand II of Aragon and Queen Isabella I of Castile.
The apostate caught the ear of King James I of Aragon, who summoned the Ramban to answer. The Ramban proved himself a devoted student of the patriarch Jacob when faced with his brother Esau.
Back in France, Louis, known for his piety, turned his attention to internal and intra-Christian affairs. He would become known for his provisions for the poor and his daily attendance at Mass. He would seek peace with James I of Aragon with the Treaty of Corbeil in 1258 and with King Henry III of England the following l with the Treaty of Paris.
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Signed 31 March 1492, by Ferdinand II of Aragon and Isabella I of Castile, king and queen of Spain, the edict resulted in the expulsion of some 200,000 Jews.1 The expelled Jews found refuge in various lands—the neighboring kingdom of Portugal and other Christian kingdoms and cities on the northern shores of the Mediterranean, as well as the ...