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  2. John of Castile, Lord of Valencia de Campos - Wikipedia,_Lord_of...

    Violant of Aragon. Religion. Roman Catholicism. John of Castile, called the "el de Tarifa" ( Spanish: Juan de Castilla "el de Tarifa"; 1262–25 June 1319) was an infante of Castile and León. He was engaged in a decades-long fight for control over the Lordship of Biscay with Diego López V de Haro, the uncle of his wife.

  3. John I of Castile - Wikipedia

    Father. Henry II of Castile. Mother. Juana Manuel. Religion. Roman Catholicism. John I ( Spanish: Juan I; 24 August 1358 – 9 October 1390) was King of Castile and León from 1379 until 1390. He was the son of Henry II [2] and of his wife Juana Manuel of Castile .

  4. Peter "the Just" of Portugal, I (1320 - 1367) - Genealogy

    By Inês de Castro (c. 1325–1355; possibly married in 1354) Afonso 1350 1350 Died shortly after his birth.[9] John 1352[9] ca. 1396[10] Lord of Porto de Mós, Seia and Montelongo, and also Duke of Valencia de Campos. Claimant to the throne during the 1383–85 Crisis. Denis 1353[9] ca. 1403[11] Lord of Villar-Dompardo.

  5. John II of Castile - Wikipedia

    John II's reign, lasting 48 years, was one of the longest in Castilian history, but John himself was not a particularly capable monarch. He spent his time verse-making, hunting, and holding tournaments. His favourite, Álvaro de Luna, heavily influenced him until his second wife, Isabella of Portugal, obtained control of his feeble will. At her ...

  6. Wikizero - Alfonso X of Castile

    Ferdinand de la Cerda Sancho IV, King of Castile Peter, Lord of Ledesma John, Lord of Valencia de Campos Violant, Lady of Biscay James, Lord of Cameros Beatrice, Queen of Portugal Alfonso Fernández: House: Castilian House of Ivrea: Father: Ferdinand III of Castile: Mother: Elisabeth of Swabia: Religion: Roman Catholicism

  7. John II | king of Castile | Britannica

    John II, (born March 6, 1405, Toro, Castile—died July 21, 1454, Valladolid), king of Castile from 1406 to 1454; his political weakness led him to rely on his favourite, Álvaro de Luna, whom he made constable. He was nevertheless considered a man of cultivated taste and a patron of poets. John succeeded his father, Henry III, as an infant of less than two years of age, under the joint ...

  8. El Cid | Biography & Facts | Britannica

    El Cid, English The Cid, also called El Campeador (“the Champion”), byname of Rodrigo, or Ruy, Díaz de Vivar, (born c. 1043, Vivar, near Burgos, Castile [Spain]—died July 10, 1099, Valencia), Castilian military leader and national hero. His popular name, El Cid (from Spanish Arabic al-sīd, “lord”), dates from his lifetime. Rodrigo Díaz’s father, Diego Laínez, was a member of ...

  9. Rodrigo 'el Cid' Díaz de Vivar, príncipe de Valencia -íaz-de-Vivar...

    Biography. < Wikipedia > Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar (c. 1043 – 10 July 1099) was a Castilian knight and warlord in medieval Spain. Fighting with both Christian and Muslim armies during his lifetime, he earned the Arabic honorific al-sīd, which would evolve into El Cid ("the lord"), and the Spanish moniker El Campeador (“the champion”).

  10. 亞拉岡的薇爾蘭特 - 维基百科,自由的百科全书亞拉岡的薇爾蘭特

    佩德羅 ( 英语 : Peter of Castile, Lord of Ledesma ) (1260年—1283年) 胡安 ( 英语 : John of Castile, Lord of Valencia de Campos ) (1262年—1319年) 薇爾蘭特 ( 英语 : Violant of Castile ) (1265年—1308年)

  11. Reconquista - Wikipedia

    Reconquista. Depiction of a Reconquista battle, from the 13th century Cantigas de Santa Maria. The Reconquista [note 1] ( Spanish, Portuguese, and Galician for "reconquest") is the historical term used to describe the military campaigns that Christian kingdoms waged against the Moors from the 8th century until 1492, in order to retake—or ...