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  2. Chronology of the later Crusades through 1400 - Wikipedia

    Sancho IV takes the Marinid city of Tarifa in the first engagement of the Battle of the Strait, and Guzmán el Bueno appointed governor. 1293. December. Al-Nasir Muhammad begins his first reign as Mamluk sultan following the assassination of his brother Khalil. (Date unknown).

  3. Reconquista - Wikipedia

    Meanwhile, Navarre lost all importance under King Sancho IV, for he lost Rioja to Sancho II of Castile, and nearly became the vassal of Aragon. At his death, the Navarrese chose as their king Sancho Ramírez, King of Aragon, who thus became Sancho V of Navarre and I of Aragon.

  4. Emirate of Granada - Wikipedia

    Coordinates: 37°10′39″N 03°35′24″W The Emirate of Granada, also known as the Nasrid Kingdom of Granada, was an Islamic realm in the southern Iberian Peninsula during the Late Middle Ages, ruled by the Nasrid dynasty. It was the last independent Muslim state in Western Europe. [2]

  5. Tarifa - Cádiz, España - Wikipedia Entries on

    La plaza fue tomada a los musulmanes en 1292 por Sancho IV de Castilla, llamado el Bravo. Sancho puso al mando de la plaza a Alonso Pérez de Guzmán, señor de Niebla y Nebrija. En 1294, el infante don Juan, hermano del rey Sancho, se ofrecerá al rey Mohamed II de Granada para, traicionando a la corona castellana, recuperar Tarifa.

  6. Seville - Wikipedia

    Legend states that the title was given by King Alfonso X, who was resident in the city's Alcázar and supported by the citizens when his son, later Sancho IV of Castile, tried to usurp the throne from him.

  7. History of Portugal - Wikipedia

    They agreed to split it among themselves; however, Sancho was killed by a noble the next year. Alfonso took Castile for himself and Garcia recovered his kingdom of Portugal and Galicia. In 1073, Alfonso VI gathered all power, and beginning in 1077, styled himself Imperator totius Hispaniæ (Emperor of All Hispania).

  8. the Sancho Family of Guyana. - RootsWeb

    Among the multitude of public prints, it is hard to say which lyes the most. --Ignatius Sancho; (1729 - 1780), January 5, 1780. Sancho Family History. Hotep! Welcome to Sancho - A People of African Origins. The Story of Sancho Family, 1848-2005 written by M'lilwana Osanku. Bentick, John, and Lambert Tuckness Sancho in British Guiana.

  9. St. Louis IX of France - Catholic News Agency

    St. Louis died of the plague near Tunis, August 25th, 1270, during the Second Crusade. He is the patron of masons and builders. Saint of the day: St. Louis IX of France - Catholic News Agency

  10. Andanzas y lecciones de Don Quijote (25): carta de Sancho a ...

    Sabedor la duquesa que Sancho era analfabeto, le preguntó quién la había escrito. Sancho no responde y la señora deduce que lo había hecho Don Quijote al dictado de Sancho. El escudero saca ...

  11. Transfer Talk: Man United consider Sancho to Juve loan - ESPN

    Jadon Sancho still prefers Dortmund, but Man United are evaluating an offer from Juventus for a loan. Transfer Talk is with the latest.