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  2. Maria of Aragon, Queen of Castile - Wikipedia

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    Maria of Aragon ( 24 February 1403 – 18 February 1445) was the Queen of Castile as the first wife of King John II from their marriage in 1420 until her death in 1445. She was the daughter of Ferdinand I of Aragon and Eleanor of Alburquerque . Life [ edit]

  3. Maria of Castile - Wikipedia

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    Maria of Castile (14 November 1401 – 4 September 1458) [1] was Queen of Aragon and Naples as the spouse of Alfonso V of Aragon. Maria acted as the regent of Aragon during the reign of her spouse, as he was absent during most of his reign; her regencies lasted between 1420 and 1423 and between 1432 and 1458.

  4. Maria of Castile (1401–1458) | Encyclopedia.com

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    In 1429, Queen Maria negotiated a truce between the forces of Aragon and Castile. When Alphonso became king of Naples in 1434, Maria of Castile was again appointed his viceroy. With Alphonso in Naples, the two were never to see each other again. Maria of Castile proved herself both on the battlefield and in the council chamber.

  5. Maria of Aragon, Queen of Portugal - Wikipedia

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    Maria of Aragon (29 June 1482 – 7 March 1517) was Queen of Portugal as the second spouse of King Manuel I, the widower of her elder sister Isabella . Life [ edit] Early life [ edit] Maria was born at Córdoba on 29 June 1482 as the third surviving daughter of Isabella I of Castile and Ferdinand II of Aragon (the Catholic monarchs ).

  6. Maria of Aragon, Lady of Cameros - Wikipedia

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    Maria of Aragon ( c. 1299 –1347 in Sijena) was a daughter of James II of Aragon and his second wife Blanche of Anjou . She married Peter of Castile, Lord of Cameros (1290–1319), son of Sancho IV of Castile. Their daughter, Blanche of Castile (1319–1375), was betrothed to Peter I of Portugal but the marriage never took place.

  7. Maria of Aragon - Wikipedia

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    Maria of Aragon, Queen of Portugal (1482–1517), daughter of Isabella of Castile and Ferdinand II of Aragon, and second wife of Manuel I of Portugal Maria d'Aragona (1503-1568), Marchese of Vasto, daughter of Ferdinando di Montalto Maria of Aragon (1505-1558), daughter of Joanna of Castile and Philip I of Castile, and wife of Louis II of Hungary

  8. Joan | queen of Castile and Aragon | Britannica

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    Joan, byname Joan The Mad, Spanish Juana La Loca, (born Nov. 6, 1479, Toledo, Castile [Spain]—died April 11, 1555, Tordesillas, Spain), queen of Castile (from 1504) and of Aragon (from 1516), though power was exercised for her by her husband, Philip I, her father, Ferdinand II, and her son, the emperor Charles V (Charles I of Spain).

  9. Maria of Portugal, Queen of Castile - Wikipedia

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    Maria of Portugal ( Portuguese pronunciation: [mɐˈɾiɐ]) (9 February 1313 – 18 January 1357) was a Portuguese princess who became Queen of Castile upon her marriage to Alfonso XI in 1328. [1] She was the first daughter of King Afonso IV of Portugal and his first wife Beatrice of Castile . Contents 1 Life 2 Children 3 Death and Burial 4 Notes

  10. Biography of Isabella I, Queen of Spain - ThoughtCo

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    Updated on November 06, 2020. Isabella I of Spain (April 22, 1451–November 26, 1504) was the queen of Castile and León in her own right and, through marriage, became the queen of Aragon. She married Ferdinand II of Aragon, bringing the kingdoms together into what became Spain under the rule of her grandson Charles V, the Holy Roman Emperor.

  11. Joanna of Castile - Wikipedia

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    Joanna was born in the city of Toledo in the Kingdom of Castile. She was the third child and second daughter of Isabella I of Castile and Ferdinand II of Aragon, both members of the House of Trastámara. She had a fair complexion, brown eyes and her hair colour was between strawberry-blonde and auburn, like her mother and her sister Catherine.