John II. John II of Castile (Juan II) (1405 - 1454) was King of Castile and León from 1406 to 1454. John II's reign, lasting 48 years, was one of the longest in Castilian history, but John himself was not a particularly capable monarch. He spent his time verse-making, hunting, and holding tournaments.
In 1486, Isabel of Castile, patroness of the explorer Christopher Columbus, commissioned an elaborate alabaster tomb for her parents, Juan II of Castile and Isabel of Portugal. This star-shaped tomb, still standing in the center of the church of the Carthusian monastery of Miraflores, outside Burgos, was made between 1489 and 1493 by Gil de ...
Español: Juan II de Castilla ( Toro, 6 de marzo de 1405 - Valladolid, 22 de julio de 1454), fue rey de Castilla y León desde 1406 hasta su muerte, ocurrida el día 22 de julio de 1454, y fue hijo del rey Enrique III de Castilla, apodado «el Doliente» y a quien sucedió en el trono, y de la reina Catalina de Lancáster.
found: Espasa (Juan II de Castilla; King of Castilla and of León; b. 3-6-1405; d. in office 7-21-1454; son of Enrique III and of Catalina de Lancaster; succeded to the throne 12-25-1406 just short of 2 yrs. old; his mother and his uncle Fernando were co-regents until his uncle became King of Aragon; at his mother's death he was declared of age)
Juan II is the name of: Juan II of Aragon (1398–1479), called "the Faithless" or "the Great". Juan II of Castile (1405–1454) Juan Pizarro II (1505 or 1511 – 1536/1537), Spanish conquistador. Juan II de la Cerda (c. 1514 – 1575), 4th Duke of Medinaceli. Juan II de Braganza (1603–1656), called "the Restorer", was also John IV of Portugal.
John II of Castile (Spanish: Juan; 6 March 1405 – 20 July 1454) was King of Castile  and León from 1406 to 1454. He succeeded his older sister, Maria of Castile, Queen of Aragon, as Prince of Asturias in 1405.
Wiki - John I of Castile. Juan I de Trastámara (Épila, Zaragoza, 1358 - Alcalá de Henares, 1390). Rey de Castilla desde el 24 de agosto de 1379 hasta el 9 de octubre de 1390. Segundo rey de la dinastía de Trastámara, hijo de Enrique II el de las Mercedes y de Juana hija de Juan Manuel de Villena, cabeza de una rama más joven de la casa ...
BAENA, JUAN ALFONSO DE (c. 1445), Spanish poet and scribe to Juan ii of Castile. Most probably he was born a Jew and decided to convert. His conversion to Christianity enabled him to enter the court of Juan ii and become one of his high officials.
Juan II occupied lands of Enrique, who fled to Aragon, but Alfonso V avoided a battle. The Cortes of Castile provided military funds, but Alvaro de Luna lost his possessions in Castile in the spring of 1430. In July the kings of Castile and Aragon agreed on an armistice for five years, and Juan II decided to intervene in Granada.
English: Coat of arms with supporters of John II and Henry IV of Castile Español: Escudo con soportes de Juan II y Enrique IV de Castilla ... los escudos de armas de Juan II [de Castilla], se ven soportados por leones, ya sea el cuartelado de Castilla y León solamente, ya sea formando pareja con el escudo de la [Divisa] de la Banda [Real de ...