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  2. Martin of Aragon - Wikipedia

    Background Martin was born in 1356, in either Girona or Perpignan. He was the second son of King Peter IV of Aragon and Eleanor of Sicily (Leonora), princess of the Sicilian branch of the House of Aragon. [2] As a cadet prince of the Aragonese royal family, Martin was given the County of Besalu. [2]

  3. Martin | Medieval Ruler, Conqueror, Patron of Arts | Britannica

    Martin, also called (until 1395) Martín, duque de Montblanch, (born 1356, Gerona, Catalonia [Spain]—died May 31, 1410, Barcelona), king of Aragon from 1395 and of Sicily (as Martin II from 1409). He was the son of Peter IV and brother of John I of Aragon. Martin’s life was marked chiefly by the continued Aragonese intervention in Sicily.

  4. Martin I | king of Aragon | Britannica

    Martin I king of Aragon Learn about this topic in these articles: history of Spain In Spain: Aragon, Catalonia, and Valencia, 1276–1479 …his younger brother and successor, Martin (1395–1410), had to attend constantly to agitation and unrest in Sardinia and Sicily. When Martin died without immediate heirs, the Crown of Aragon faced an acute crisis.

  5. Martin I | King of Aragon, Reformer, Patron of Arts | Britannica

    Martin I, byname Martin The Younger, Italian Martino Il Giovane, (born 1374—died July 25, 1409, Cagliari, Sardinia [Italy]), prince of Aragon, king of Sicily (1392–1409), and skilled soldier, who had to subdue a popular revolt to maintain his reign on the island.

  6. Martin of Aragon (heir of Sicily) - Wikipedia

    Martin of Aragon (heir of Sicily) Martin (17 [1] /19 [2] December 1406 – August 1407 [3]) was heir apparent to the throne of Sicily. He was a member of the House of Barcelona . Life He was the son and heir apparent of Martin I, King of Sicily. His mother was Blanche, who became Queen of Navarre in 1425.

  7. Martin of Aragon - Wikiwand

    Martin the Humane (29 July 1356 – 31 May 1410), also called the Elder and the Ecclesiastic, was King of Aragon, Valencia, Sardinia and Corsica and Count of Barcelona from 1396 and King of Sicily from 1409 (as Martin II ).

  8. Martín "The Younger" of Aragon, king of Sicily (1374 - 1409 ...

    Infante don MARTÍN de Aragón (25 Jul 1374-Cagliari 25 Jul 1409, bur Cagliari). Conde de Luna, Señor de Segorbe y Ejérica. Duke of Athens and Neopatrai 1391-1394. He succeeded in 1392 as MARTIN I "el Joven" King of Sicily, under the Regency of his father. After the death of his first wife, the legitimate heir to Sicily, there was no movement ...

  9. Martin I of Sicily - Wikipedia

    Martin I of Sicily (c. 1374/1376 – 25 July 1409), called "The Younger", was King of Sicily from his marriage to Queen Maria in 1390 until his death. Martin's father was the future King Martin I of Aragon, and his grandparents were King Peter IV of Aragon and Eleanor of Sicily. In February 1390 he married Maria of Sicily, born in 1362/1363.

  10. Aragon - Wikipedia

    Aragon, occupying the northeast of the Iberian Peninsula has served as a bridge between the Mediterranean Sea, the peninsular center and the coasts of the Cantabrian Sea. The human presence in the lands that today form the autonomous community date back several millennia, but present-day Aragon, like many of the current historical nationalities ...