Peter of Castile (June 1260, in Seville – 10 October 1283, in Ledesma), was an infante of Castile. He was a son of Alfonso X of Castile and Violant of Aragon who was also called Yolanda or Yolante. He was Lord (señor) of Ledesma, Alba de Tormes, Salvatierra, Miranda del Castañar, Galisteo and Granadilla.
The House of Plantagenet [a] ( / plænˈtædʒənət / plan-TAJ-ə-nət; French: Plantagenêt [plɑ̃taʒəne] ), or the Plantagenet Dynasty, was a royal house which originated from the lands of Anjou and Normandy in France. The family held the English throne from 1154 (with the accession of Henry II at the end of the Anarchy) to 1485, when ...
Al-Andalus [a] ( Arabic: الأَنْدَلُس) was the Muslim -ruled area of the Iberian Peninsula. The term is used by modern historians for the former Islamic states in modern Spain, Portugal  and France. The name describes the different Muslim   states that controlled these territories at various times between 711 and 1492.
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Peter of Castile was the king of Castile from 1350 to 1369. Peter of Castile may also refer to: Peter of Castile, Lord of Ledesma. Peter of Castile, Lord of Cameros. This disambiguation page lists articles about people with the same name.
Peter of Castile, in Spanish Pedro de Castilla (1290 – 25 June 1319), was an infante of Castile, a younger son of King Sancho IV and his wife María de Molina. He held the lordships ( señoríos) of Cameros, Almazán, Berlanga, Monteagudo and Cifuentes and was the majordomo of his brother, King Ferdinand IV of Castile.
Belgium, [A] officially the Kingdom of Belgium, [B] is a country in Northwestern Europe. The country is bordered by the Netherlands to the north, Germany to the east, Luxembourg to the southeast, France to the southwest, and the North Sea to the northwest.
Our Lady of Fátima ( Portuguese: Nossa Senhora de Fátima, pronounced [ˈnɔsɐ sɨˈɲɔɾɐ ðɨ ˈfatimɐ]; formally known as Our Lady of the Holy Rosary of Fátima) is a Catholic title of the Mary, mother of Jesus, based on the Marian apparitions reported in 1917 by three shepherd children at the Cova da Iria in Fátima, Portugal.
Birth James with his father, Charles I, by Sir Peter Lely, 1647 James, the second surviving son of King Charles I and his wife, Henrietta Maria of France, was born at St James's Palace in London on 14 October 1633.  Later that same year, he was baptized by William Laud, the Anglican Archbishop of Canterbury.