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  2. Violant of Aragon - Wikipedia

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    Violant or Violante of Aragon, also known as Yolanda of Aragon (8 June 1236 [citation needed] – 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).

  3. Alfonso X of Castile - Wikipedia

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    Alfonso X (also known as the Wise, Spanish: el Sabio; 23 November 1221 – 4 April 1284) was King of Castile, León and Galicia from 30 May 1252 until his death in 1284. . During the election of 1257, a dissident faction chose him to be king of Germany on 1

  4. Eleanor of Aragon, Queen of Portugal - Wikipedia

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    Eleanor continued conspiring, but fell seriously ill and was forced to go into exile in Castile in December 1440. She died at Toledo after a prolonged respiratory illness in February 1445 and is buried in Batalha, Portugal .

  5. Blanca de la Cerda y Lara - Wikipedia

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    Blanca de la Cerda y Lara (c. 1317 – 1347) was a Spanish noblewoman.. She was the daughter of Fernando de la Cerda (1275–1322) and Juana Núñez de Lara, called "la Palomilla".

  6. List of Aragonese monarchs - Wikipedia

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    Eleanor of Castile 1221 1 child Violant of Hungary 1235 10 children Teresa Gil de Vidaure 2 children: 27 July 1276 Valencia aged 68 Peter III 27 July 1276 – 2 November 1285: 1240 Valencia son of James I and Violant of Hungary: Constance of Sicily 13 June 1262 6 children: 2 November 1285 Vilafranca del Penedès aged 45 Alfonso III 2 November ...

  7. Beatrice of Portugal - Wikipedia

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    Beatrice (Portuguese: Beatriz, pronounced [bi.ɐˈtɾiʃ]; 7–13 February 1373 – c. 1420) was the only surviving legitimate child of King Ferdinand I of Portugal and his wife, Leonor Teles.

  8. Joanna of Castile - Wikipedia

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    Joanna's husband, Philip, was unwilling to accept any threat to his chances of ruling Castile and also minted coins in the name of "Philip and Joanna, King and Queen of Castile, Léon and Archdukes of Austria, etc.": 315 In response, Ferdinand embarked upon a pro-French policy, marrying Germaine de Foix, niece of Louis XII of France (and his ...

  9. Beatrice of Provence - Wikipedia

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    By July 1252 Charles had managed to defeat the revolt and was in the process of exercising his power as Count of Provence. In November of the same year, Blanche of Castile, regent of France while her son Louis IX was on crusade, died. Charles and Beatrice had to go to Paris, where Charles became co-regent of France with his brother, Alphonse.

  10. Catherine of Aragon - Wikipedia

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    Castile was a much larger kingdom than Aragon, and it was inherited by Catherine's elder sister, Joanna. Ostensibly, the marriage was delayed until Henry was old enough, but Ferdinand II procrastinated so much over payment of the remainder of Catherine's dowry that it became doubtful that the marriage would take place.

  11. Eleanor of Navarre - Wikipedia

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    Eleanor of Navarre (Basque: Leonor and Spanish: Leonor) (2 February 1426 – 12 February 1479), was a Navarrese princess and monarch. She served as the regent of Navarre from 1455 to 1479, during the absence of her father, and then briefly as the queen regnant of Navarre in 1479.