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  2. Sancho IV | king of Castile and Leon | Britannica

    Though ambitious and ruthless, he was also an able politician and a cultivated man. In 1275 his elder brother, Fernando de la Cerda, was killed, leaving a son, Alfonso de la Cerda, heir to Alfonso X. Sancho, supported by the nobles and the military orders, sought recognition as heir instead of his nephew and took up arms against the king.

    • Isabella I

      Isabella I, byname Isabella the Catholic, Spanish Isabel la...

  3. Wheel of approval - Medieval manuscripts blog

    He had married Violante of Aragon, the daughter of King Jaume I of Aragon and Violante of Hungary, in 1246, when he was still heir to the throne. Together, Alfonso and Violante ruled for over thirty years, although their marriage became strained after the death of their heir, Fernando de la Cerda, in 1275.

  4. Family tree of French monarchs - Wikipedia

    Fernando de la Cerda 1255–1275: Peter Count of Perche and Alençon 1251–1284: Joan Countess of Blois c. 1253 –1291: Matilda of Brabant 1224–1288: Theobald I King of Navarre 1201–1253: James I King of Aragon 1208–1276: Louis of France 1244–1260: Henry III Duke of Brabant c. 1230 –1261: Isabella of France 1241–1271: Theobald II ...

  5. Medieval manuscripts blog - British Library Blog

    Originally produced around 1300 by the nuns of the monastery of Ebstorf in northern Germany, the Ebstorf map with its enormous dimensions (over 3m x 3m and made up of thirty parchment sheets) was the largest world map known from the Middle-Ages. It was destroyed in 1943 by Allied bombing of Hanover during World War II.

  6. Margarida de Provença, reina consòrt de França (1221 - 1295 ...

    Blanche (1253–1323), married Ferdinand de la Cerda, Infante of Castile Marguerite (1254–1271), married John I, Duke of Brabant Robert, Count of Clermont (1256–February 7, 1317). He was the ancestor of King Henry IV of France. Agnes of France (c. 1260–December 19, 1327), married Robert II, Duke of Burgundy

  7. Ferdinand (1199 - 1252) - Genealogy

    He was canonized in 1671 and, in Spanish, he is Fernando el Santo or San Fernando. St Ferdinand was the son of Alfonso IX of León and Berenguela of Castile. He was born at the monastery of Valparaíso (Peleas de Arriba, Zamora) in 1198 or 1199. His parents' marriage was annulled by order of Pope Innocent III in 1204, due to consanguinity.

  8. Ferdinand II | Biography, Facts, Accomplishments, & Isabella I

    (As Spanish ruler of southern Italy, he was also known as Ferdinand III of Naples and Ferdinand II of Sicily.) He united the Spanish kingdoms into the nation of Spain and began Spain’s entry into the modern period of imperial expansion. Early life Ferdinand was the son of John II of Aragon and Juana Enríquez, both of Castilian origin.

  9. WATCH: LAPD Swat Officer Shot in Neck During Armed Standoff

    January 13, 2023. 0. An LAPD SWAT Officer narrowly escaped death recently during an intense armed standoff near the USC campus. A ballistic vest and quick reaction by fellow officers likely saved the officer’s life during a shootout that claimed the life of the armed suspect, later identified as Jorge Cerda. RELATED STORY.

  10. Esquelas San Fernando Lista 2023: Últimos Fallecidos Hoy

    Buscador esquelas de fallecidos en San Fernando por nombre / fecha. Mediante este buscador vas a poder localizar las notificaciones de los fallecidos hoy. Es un buscador actualizado en el que podrás informarte de las personas fallecidas solo incluyendo el nombre y la fecha. Si deseas estar al corriente de las personas fallecidas en tu San ...

  11. El tiempo en Fernando de la Mora | Clima | Pronóstico | ¿Va a ...

    Pronóstico del tiempo en Fernando de la Mora. Averigua si lloverá, a qué hora va a llover, y la temperatura y nubosidad por horas en Fernando de la Mora para hoy y los próximos 9 días.