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  2. Constance of Castile: 2nd Wife of John of Gaunt - ThoughtCo

    Constance of Castile Facts: Known for: her claim to the crown of Castile led to an attempt by her husband, England's John of Gaunt, to control that land Dates: 1354 - March 24, 1394 Occupation: royal consort, heiress; second wife of John of Gaunt, first Duke of Lancaster Also known as: Constanza of Castile, Infanta Constanza Family, Background

  3. Constance of Castile, Duchess of Lancaster - Wikipedia

    Constance of Castile (1354 – 24 March 1394) was a claimant to the Crown of Castile. She was the daughter of King Peter, who was deposed and killed by his half-brother, King Henry II. She married the English prince John of Gaunt, who fought to obtain the throne of Castile in her name, but ultimately failed. Family [ edit]

  4. Constance of Castile - Wikipedia

    Constance of Castile (1136 or 1140 – 4 October 1160) [1] was Queen of France as the second wife of Louis VII, who married her following the annulment of his marriage to Eleanor of Aquitaine. [2] She was a daughter of Alfonso VII of León and Berengaria of Barcelona, [3] but her year of birth is not known. Life [ edit]

  5. Constanza de Castilla, reina consorte de Francia (c.1138 ...

    Constance of Castile (1141 – 4 October 1160) was the second wife of Louis VII, King of France, following his divorce from Eleanor of Aquitaine. She was a daughter of Alphonse VII, King of Galicia, León and Castile, and Berenguela of Barcelona.

  6. Constanza de Castilla y León, duquesa consorte de Láncaster ...

    Constance of Castile (1354 – 24 March 1394) was claimant of the Castilian throne after the death of her father Pedro the Cruel, her mother being a María de Padilla, whom Pedro had secretly married but was then forced to repudiate, only to keep her as a mistress.

  7. Constance of Castile , Duchess of Lancaster - English Monarchs

    Constance of Castile , Duchess of Lancaster 1354 – 24 March 1394 Constance or Constanza of Castile was born in 1354, the illegitimate daughter of King Pedro 'the Cruel' of Castile and his mistress Maria de Padilla, the daughter of Juan García de Padilla, 1st Lord of Villagera. Constance of Castile , Duchess of Lancaster

  8. Category : Constance of Castile, Duchess of Lancaster - Wikimedia

    Media in category "Constance of Castile, Duchess of Lancaster". The following 6 files are in this category, out of 6 total. Constance de Castille (1354-1394).jpg 351 × 414; 57 KB. Constance of Castile (1354-1394).jpg 530 × 901; 44 KB. Constance, Duchess of Lancaster.jpg 234 × 313; 77 KB.

  9. Constance of Castile (d. 1478) - Constanza de Castilla (m. 1478)

    Constanza de Castilla ( Soria , before 1405 - Madrid , 1478 ). Castilian lady, she was the daughter of the infante Juan de Castilla and Elvira de Eril. She was the granddaughter of King Pedro I of Castile and prioress of the Convent of Santo Domingo el Real de Madrid .

  10. Constanza of Castile | The History Jar

    Constanza of Castile – the source is the British Library Gaunt’s second wife was Constance (Constanza) of Castile. John had aspirations to wear his own crown rather than simply watch over this nephew Richard II and there were plenty of members of Richard’s council who were delighted when John developed a continental interest.

  11. Constance of Castile, Duchess of Lancaster | Unofficial Royalty

    Born in 1354 at the Castle of Castrojeriz in Castrojeriz, Kingdom of Castile, now in Spain, Constance of Castile was the second of the three daughters and the second of the four children of Pedro I, King of Castile and the first of his three wives Maria de Padilla, a Castilian noblewoman who had been his mistress. They married in secret in 1353.