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  2. Sancho II of Castile and León - Wikipedia

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    In 1068, Sancho defeated his cousins Sancho IV of Navarre and Sancho of Aragon in the War of the Three Sanchos. This expanded his Kingdom of Castile with the reconquered land of Bureba, Alta Rioja, and Álava, which his father had given to Sancho IV's father, García, for his support in defeating Bermudo III of León.

  3. Sancho IV de Castilla - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    La época de Sancho IV fue casi tan activa en la composición de libros como la de su padre. Así, además del libro Castigos y documentos del rey don Sancho (colección de sentencias e historias para la educación del príncipe heredero), promueve la traducción de dos grandes enciclopedias: el Libro del Tesoro, versión casi literal de Li livres dou tresor, de Brunetto Latini y el Lucidario ...

  4. Henry II of Castile - Wikipedia

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    María de Castilla (1375-c.1393), daughter of Beatriz Fernández. She married Diego Hurtado de Mendoza (Admiral of Castile), Lord of Mendoza, and Mayordomo mayor of King John II of Castile. Fadrique de Castilla (1360–1394), son of Beatriz Ponce de León y Jérica. Named Duke of Benavente by his father, he died in prison in Almodóvar del Río ...

  5. Aragon | region, Spain | Britannica

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    Aragon, Spanish Aragón, comunidad autónoma (autonomous community) and historical region of northeastern Spain. It encompasses the provincias (provinces) of Huesca, Zaragoza, and Teruel. Aragon is bounded by France to the north and by the autonomous communities of Catalonia to the east, Valencia to the southeast, Castile–La Mancha to the southwest, and Castile-León, La Rioja, and Navarra ...