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  2. Violant of Castile — Google Arts & Culture

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    Violant of Castile, infanta of Castile and Lady of Biscay on her marriage to Diego López V de Haro.

  3. Violant of Castile | Spectroom

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    Violant of Castile, infanta of Castile and Lady of Biscay on her marriage to Diego López V de Haro. She was the daughter of Alfonso X of Castile, and Violant of Aragon. Explore contextually related video stories in a new eye-catching way.

  4. Violant of Aragon Biography - Queen consort of Castile and ...

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    Violant of Aragon. Violant or Violante of Aragon, also known as Yolanda of Aragon (8 June 1236 – 1301), was Queen consort of Castile and León from 1252 to 1284 as the wife of King Alfonso X of Castile. Read more on Wikipedia. Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Violant of Aragon has received more than 88,837 page views.

  5. Violant Violant of Aragon (June 8, 1236 — 1301) | World ...

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    Violant or Violante of Aragon, also known as Yolanda of Aragon, was Queen consort of Castile and León from 1252 to 1284 as the wife of King Alfonso X. Home.

  6. Violant of Aragon Biography | HowOld.co

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    Violant or Violante of Aragon, also known as Yolanda of Aragon (8 June 1236 – 1301), was Queen consort of Castile and León from 1252 to 1284 as the wife of King Alfonso X of Castile. Life Violant was born in Zaragoza, the daughter of King James I of Aragon (1213–1276) and his second wife, Yolande of Hungary (ca.1215-1253).

  7. Violante de Aragón, reina consorte de Castilla (c.1236 - 1301 ...

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    Violant or Violante of Aragon, also known as Yolanda of Aragon (1236 - 1301) Queen consort of Castile and León (1252-1284). She was born in Zaragoza, the daughter of King James I of Aragon (1213-1276) and his second wife the queen Yolande of Hungary (ca.1215-1253). Her maternal grandparents were Andrew II of Hungary and Violant of Courtenay.

  8. File:Coat of Arms of Violant of Aragon as Queen of Castile.svg

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    File:Coat of Arms of Violant of Aragon as Queen of Castile.svg. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. File. File history. File usage on Commons. File usage on other wikis. Metadata. Size of this PNG preview of this SVG file: 800 × 484 pixels. Other resolutions: 320 × 193 pixels | 640 × 387 pixels | 1,024 × 619 pixels | 1,280 × ...

  9. Definitions of violant of castile - OneLook Dictionary Search

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    Violant of Castile: Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia [home, info] Words similar to violant of castile Usage examples for violant of castile

  10. Sancho IV of Castile: The Troubled King

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    Sancho IV of Castile was born on May 12, 1258, in Valladolid, Castile. The second son of King Alfonso X and Queen Violant of Aragon, Prince Sancho wasn’t intended to inherit the throne. Instead, the prince’s elder brother, Ferdinand, was his father’s heir.

  11. Fernando de la Cerda (1255–1275) - Wikipedia

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    Fernando de la Cerda. Father. Alfonso X of Castile. Mother. Violant of Aragon. Ferdinand de la Cerda (23 October 1255 – 25 June 1275) was the heir apparent to the Crown of Castile as the eldest son of Alfonso X and Violant of Aragon. His nickname, de la Cerda, means "of the bristle" in Spanish, a reference to being born with a full head of hair.