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  1. Juana Manuel (1339 – 27 March 1381) was Queen of Castile from 1369 until 1379 by marriage to king Henry II of Castile. She was also the heiress of Escalona, Villena, Peñafiel and Lara, as well as Lady of Biscay .

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  3. Juana Manuel - Wikipedia

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    Juana Manuel (1339 – 27 March 1381) was Queen of Castile from 1369 until 1379 by marriage to king Henry II of Castile. She was also the heiress of Escalona, Villena, Peñafiel and Lara, as well as Lady of Biscay .

  4. Juana Manuel | Real Academia de la Historia

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    Reina de Castilla, esposa de Enrique de Trastámara. Juana Manuel era hija del que fuera poderoso señor y brillante escritor don Juan Manuel y de Blanca de la Cerda y Lara. Todo parece indicar que Juana Manuel, que llegó a ser señora de Villena, fue una mujer muy animosa, pero al mismo tiempo de una extraordinaria energía.

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    Juana Manuel (1339 – 27 March 1381) was Queen of Castile from 1369 until 1379 by marriage to king Henry II of Castile. She was also the heiress of Escalona, Villena, Peñafiel and Lara, as well as Lady of Biscay .

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  7. Category:Juana Manuel de Villena - Wikimedia Commons

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    English: Juana Manuel of Villena (1339 – Salamanca, 27 March 1381) was Queen consort of Castile from 1369 until 1379. She was the daughter of Don Juan Manuel (1282–1349) and his second wife Blanca Núñez de Lara de La Cerda. She also was the heiress of Escalona, Villena, Peñafiel and Lara, as well as Lady of Biscay.

  8. Reina Consorte de Castilla Juana Manuel de Villena, queen ...

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    Juana Manuel of Castile From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Juana Manuel of Castile (1339 — 27 March 1381) was from 1369 the Queen consort of Castile. She also was the heiress of Escalon, Villena, Penafiel and Lara as well as the sovereign lady ("senora soberana") of Biscay (the Basque country).

  9. Juan Manuel - Wikipedia

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    Beatrice of Savoy. Don Juan Manuel (5 May 1282 – 13 June 1348) was a Spanish medieval writer, nephew of Alfonso X of Castile, son of Manuel of Castile and Beatrice of Savoy. He inherited from his father the great Lordship of Villena, receiving the titles of Lord, Duke and lastly Prince of Villena. [1] He married three times, choosing his ...

  10. Juana Manuel (1339-1381) | Familypedia | Fandom

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    Juana Ivrea Manuel, Lady of Escalona, Lady of Villena, Lady of Peñafiel, Lady of Lara, Lady of Biscay, was born 1339 to Juan Manuel (1282-1348) and Blanca de la Cerda y Lara (c1317-1347) and died 27 March 1381 Salamanca, Castile and León, Spain of unspecified causes. She married Henry II of...

  11. Juana Manuel de Villena (1339-1381) - Find a Grave Memorial

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    Juana Manuel de Villena. Heiress of Escalona, Villena, Peñafiel and Lara. She was the daughter of Infante Juan Manuel of Castile and his second wife Blanca Núñez de Lara de La Cerda. She married Henry II of Castile in 1350 and bore him four children.

  12. Juana Manuel de Villena - Wikiwand

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    Juana Manuel de Villena (1339-27 de marzo de 1381) fue reina consorte de Castilla por su matrimonio con Enrique de Trastámara, más tarde Enrique II de Castilla. Era hija de Don Juan Manuel y de Blanca Núñez de Lara .