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  2. Isabella of Portugal, Queen of Castile - Wikipedia

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    In 1469, Isabella told her half-brother (Henry IV) that she was going to visit her mother in Arévalo, but in fact travelled to Valladolid to marry Ferdinand of Aragon, the heir of John II of Aragon. When Henry IV died in 1474, Isabella bypassed the claims of her niece, who had never been considered legitimate, to become Queen of Castile.

  3. Biography of Isabella I, Queen of Spain - ThoughtCo

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    Isabella I of Spain (April 22, 1451–November 26, 1504) was the queen of Castile and León in her own right and, through marriage, became the queen of Aragon. She married Ferdinand II of Aragon, bringing the kingdoms together into what became Spain under the rule of her grandson Charles V, the Holy Roman Emperor.

  4. Isabella of Aragon - Wikipedia

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    Elizabeth of Aragon, aka Isabella, daughter of Peter III of Aragon and Constantia of Sicily; queen consort to Denis of Portugal; Isabella of Aragon, Duchess of Milan, daughter of Alfonso II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza. She was wife of Gian Galeazzo Sforza; Isabella I of Castile, daughter of John II of Castile and Isabel of Portugal ...

  5. Catherine of Aragon Facts: Henry VIII's First Queen - ThoughtCo

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    Maria, Queen of Portugal (1482–1517; married to Manuel I of Portugal, widower of her sister Isabella; her daughter Isabella married Joanna's son Charles V and was the mother of Philip II of Spain, who married four times, including Catherine of Aragon's daughter, Mary I) Catherine of Aragon (1485–1536) was the youngest of the siblings