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  2. Alfonso X of Castile - Wikipedia

    In 1249, Alfonso married Violant, the daughter of King James I of Aragon and Yolande of Hungary, [3] although betrothed already in 1246. Reign Alfonso succeeded his father as King of Castile and León in 1252. The following year he invaded Portugal, capturing the region of the Algarve.

  3. Yolande Jolánta Árpád(házi) (de Courtenay) (c.1194 - c.1233 ...ánta-Yolande-de-Courtnay...

    Yolanda had a daughter with Andrés II Violante of Hungary in 1216 (Who later married the king Jaime I of Aragon) Yolanda was very different from its predecessor Gertrudis. The new queen consort was sweet-tempered and serene, away from politics as possible, just the opposite of Gertrude.

  4. Eleanor of Aragon (20 January 1358 – 13 August 1382) was a daughter of King Peter IV of Aragon and his wife Eleanor of Sicily. Her maternal grandfather was Peter II of Sicily. Her brother became Juan I, King of Aragon. She was born at Santa Maria del Puig and died at Cuéllar.

  5. Yolanda von Ungarn - Geneee

    Died on 9 October 1251 - Huesca, Aragon (ES) 32 years old; 10 children ; 27 grandchildren; Parents. ... Violant_of_Hungary de:Yolanda_von_Ungarn. Sources: ...

  6. Frederick II | Biography, Accomplishments, & Facts | Britannica

    Frederick II, king of Sicily (1197–1250), duke of Swabia (as Frederick VI, 1228–35), German king (1212–50), and Holy Roman emperor (1220–50). A Hohenstaufen, he pursued his dynasty’s imperial policies against the papacy and the Italian city-states. He also joined in the Sixth Crusade (1228–29).

  7. Catherine & Anne: Queens, Mothers, Rivals | Hever Castle

    For centuries Catherine of Aragon and Anne Boleyn have been pitted against each other as love rivals with their differences celebrated. Hever Castle’s new exhibition (which runs from 8 February 2023 to 12 November 2023), showcases the similarities between Catherine & Anne and through new research shows that Catherine owned the very same copy ...

  8. “As [Healthy] Women Should” | The American Historical Review ...

    The defense’s star witness, however, was a baker’s wife named Violant—the sole woman called in to testify. Violant does not seem to have ever met Margarida. She appears here neither as a neighbor nor as an “expert” medical practitioner. Rather, Violant’s function here is to share her own personal experiences as a “nonmenstruator.”

  9. The 50 best World War II movies - Time Out

    Bale begins. Director: Steven Spielberg. Cast: Christian Bale, John Malkovich, Miranda Richardson, Nigel Havers. Empire of the Sun came smack in the centre of Steven Spielberg’s mid-’80s slump ...

  10. Fernando I el Justo, rey de Aragón -

    Ferdinand I of Aragon. Ferdinand I of Aragon.Ferdinand I (Ferran - Catalan) (Medina del Campo, Castile, 27 November 1380 – Igualada, Catalonia, 2 April 1416), called of Antequera and also the Just or the Honest, was king of Aragon, Valencia, Majorca, Sardinia and (nominal) Corsica and king of Sicily, duke (nominal) of Athens and Neopatria, and count of Barcelona, Roussillon and Cerdanya ...

  11. ‎Queens Podcast on Apple Podcasts

    Who was Yolande of Aragon, you ask? Only one of the most fascinating women in history. She was the Duchess of Anjou, Countess of Maine, and Queen of Naples. But she was more than just a political figure. Yolande was known for her intelligence and strategic thinking, often advising her husband and sons on matters of state.