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  2. Isabella I of Castile - Wikipedia

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    Isabella's younger brother Alfonso of Castile was born two years later on 17 November 1453, demoting her position to third in line. When her father died in 1454, her half-brother ascended to the throne as King Henry IV of Castile. Isabella and her brother Alfonso were left in King Henry's care.

  3. List of Castilian monarchs - Wikipedia

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    Alfonso XI: The Just 7 September 1312 26 March 1350 Infected and killed by the Black Death during the Fifth Siege of Gibraltar (1349–1350) Peter: The Cruel 26 March 1350 23 March 1369 Killed by Henry II of Castile

  4. Afonso V of Portugal - Wikipedia

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    Afonso was born in Sintra, the second son of King Edward of Portugal by his wife Eleanor of Aragon.Following the death of his older brother, Infante João (1429–1433), Afonso acceded to the position of heir apparent and was made the first Prince of Portugal by his father, who sought to emulate the English Court's custom of a dynastic title that distinguished the heir apparent from the other ...

  5. Alphonse X — Wikipédia

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    Alphonse X, dit « Alphonse le Sage » ou « Alphonse le Savant » (en espagnol : Alfonso el Sabio), né le 23 novembre 1221 à Tolède et mort le 4 avril 1284 à Séville, est un prince de la maison d'Ivrée, fils de Ferdinand III de Castille et de Béatrice de Souabe.

  6. Juan II de Castilla - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    En el año 2006, con motivo de la restauración de la Cartuja de Miraflores, la Dirección General de Patrimonio y Bienes Culturales de la Junta de Castilla y León decidió realizar el estudio antropológico de los restos mortales de Juan II de Castilla y de su segunda esposa, quienes estaban enterrados en la cripta bajo el sepulcro real, así ...

  7. Afonso IV of Portugal - Wikipedia

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    In 1309, Afonso married Beatrice of Castile, daughter of King Sancho IV of Castile and María de Molina. The first-born of this union was a daughter, Maria of Portugal. King of Portugal and Algarve. In 1325 Alfonso XI of Castile entered a child-marriage with Constanza Manuel of Castile, the daughter of one of his regents. Two years later, he ...

  8. Alfonso III of Asturias - Wikipedia

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    Alfonso III (c. 848 – 20 December 910), called the Great (Spanish: el Magno), was the king of León, Galicia and Asturias from 866 until his death. He was the son and successor of Ordoño I . In later sources he is the earliest to be called " Emperor of Spain ."

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  10. Castilla y León - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Alfonso VIII de Castilla y Alfonso IX de León firmaron en Tordehumos el tratado por el que se pacificaba la zona de Tierra de Campos y se ponían las bases de una futura reunificación de los reinos, [cita requerida] consolidada en 1230 con Fernando III el Santo. Este acuerdo ha pasado a la historia como el Tratado de Tordehumos. Ya con ...

  11. Yolande of Aragon - Wikipedia

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    Family and marriage. Yolande was born in Zaragoza, Aragon, on 11 August 1384, the eldest daughter of King John I of Aragon by his second wife, Yolande of Bar, the granddaughter of King John II of France.