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  2. Kingdom of Castile - Wikipedia

    The Kingdom of Castile (/ k æ ˈ s t iː l /; Spanish: Reino de Castilla, Latin: Regnum Castellae) was a large and powerful state on the Iberian Peninsula during the Middle Ages. Its name is popularly thought [by whom?] to come from the castles built in the region.

  3. Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor - Wikipedia,_Holy_Roman_Emperor

    Mother. Joanna, Queen of Castile. Religion. Catholicism. Signature. Charles V [b] [c] (24 February 1500 – 21 September 1558) was Holy Roman Emperor and Archduke of Austria from 1519 to 1556, King of Spain from 1516 to 1556, and Lord of the Netherlands as titular Duke of Burgundy from 1506 to 1555.

  4. Enlightening Young Minds: A Journey through Castile's Rich ...

    One fascinating chapter in world history is the story of Castile, a medieval kingdom located on the Iberian Peninsula that would one day become the foundation of modern-day Spain. To begin this educational adventure, it’s vital to transport young learners back in time.

  5. Al-Andalus - Wikipedia

    As Andalusi cities were conquered by Leon, Castile, and other Christian Spanish kingdoms, Christian monarchs such as Alfonso X of Castile started translating the mountainous libraries of al-Andalus into Latin.

  6. Portugal - Wikipedia

    In one of these situations of conflict with the kingdom of Castile, Dinis I of Portugal signed with the king Fernando IV of Castile (who was represented, when a minor, by his mother the queen Maria de Molina) the Treaty of Alcañices (1297), which stipulated that Portugal abolished agreed treaties against the kingdom of Castile for supporting ...

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  7. Spain: December 1509 | British History Online

    John Stile has told him what the King of England has written to him (Stile), namely, that he wishes at once to conclude a most intimate alliance with him, the King of the Romans, the Queen of Castile, and Prince Charles, for the security and defence of their respective dominions.

  8. Reconquista - Wikipedia

    The kingdom expanded greatly under his reign, as it absorbed Castile, Leon, and what was to be Aragon, in addition to other small counties that would unite and become the Principality of Catalonia. This expansion also led to the independence of Galicia, as well as gaining overlordship over Gascony.

  9. Marinid Sultanate - Wikipedia

    In the 13th century, the Kingdom of Castile made several incursions into their territory. In 1260, Castilian forces raided Salé and, in 1267, initiated a full-scale invasion, but the Marinids repelled them. At the height of their power, during the rule of Abu al-Hasan Ali (r. 1331–1348), the Marinid army was large and disciplined. It ...

  10. Iberian Peninsula - Wikipedia

    By the end of the 15th century (1490) the Iberian kingdoms (including here the Balearic Islands) had an estimated population of 6.525 million (Crown of Castile, 4.3 million; Portugal, 1.0 million; Principality of Catalonia, 0.3 million; Kingdom of Valencia, 0.255 million; Kingdom of Granada, 0.25 million; Kingdom of Aragon, 0.25 million ...