Duke of Valencia de Campos Lord of Alba de Tormes: Born: 1352 Coimbra, Kingdom of Portugal: Died: c. 1396 Salamanca, Crown of Castile: Buried: Convent of San Esteban, Salamanca: Family: Portuguese House of Burgundy: Spouses: Maria Tellez de Meneses (m. 1376, d. 1379) Constance, Lady of Alba de Tormes (m. c. 1380) Issue more... Ferdinand, Lord ...
Henry II called Infante John to his court and gave him in marriage his illegitimate daughter Constance of Castile, first Lady of Alba de Tormes, in Valencia de Campos in about 1378. There he became the first Lord Duke of Valencia de Campos, consequently renamed Valencia de Don Juan.
John, Duke of Valencia de Campos (1349–1396), son of Peter I of Portugal and Inês de Castro John, Constable of Portugal (1400–1442), son of John I of Portugal John I of Sweden, (1201–1222), King of Sweden John II of Sweden, (1455–1513), King of Denmark and king of Sweden during the Kalmar Union John III of Sweden, (1537–1592), King of Sweden
Duke of Medina de las Torres: 1625 1625 José María Ruiz de Bucesta y Osorio de Moscoso: 1980 Duke of Medina de Rioseco: 1538 1520 María Asunción Latorre y Téllez-Girón: 1981 Duke of Medina Sidonia: 1380 1520 Leoncio Alonso González de Gregorio y Álvarez de Toledo: 2008 Duke of Medinaceli: 1479 1520
Arthur I, (born March 29, 1187, Nantes, Brittany—died April 3, 1203?, Rouen or Cherbourg), duke of Brittany, a grandson of King Henry II of England; he was a rival of his uncle John (king of England from 1199) for several French provinces, both in his own interest and in that of King Philip II Augustus of France.
His cruelty was unparalleled, as he used violence to ensure that he got everything he wanted on the show. His torturous ways meant that he was feared and loathed across the world of Outlander. This has led fans to wonder if there is any truth behind the theory that ''Black Jack'' was actually based on a real person.
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 ...
The Portal de la Valldigna (Valldigna Gate) was built in 1400 as a gateway separating the Christian and Moorish areas of the city. Like other ruined parts of the Old City, the gateway was almost demolished last century, but eventually given protected status and restored in the 1940s.
John De VERE (13th Earl of Oxford) Born: 8 Sep 1442. Acceded: 1462. Died: 10 Mar 1513, Hedingham Castle, Essex, England. Buried: Colne Priory. Notes: Knight of the Garter. The Complete Peerage vol.X,p.239-244. Father: John De VERE (12° E. Oxford) Mother: Elizabeth HOWARD (C. Oxford) Married 1: Margaret NEVILLE (C. Oxford) AFT 1459
John V (or VI), byname John the Wise, French Jean le Sage, (born Dec. 24, 1389—died Aug. 28, 1442), duke of Brittany from 1399, whose clever reversals in the Hundred Years’ War and in French domestic conflicts served to strengthen his duchy. John was on good terms with Philip the Bold, duke of Burgundy, who was his guardian. He began to favour the Armagnac faction in the French civil war ...