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Blanche was born on 9 June 1424 as the daughter of Blanche I of Navarre and John II of Aragon. She had an elder brother, Charles, so she was not initially expected to succeed. She also had an elder sister, Joan, who died at the age of just two. After Blanche came younger sister Eleanor. Blanche ... Read more

Blanche II, queen of Navarre X 1440 : 1453 Enrique IV, king of Castile king of León - her grave in Lescar. grave of spouse in the Real Monasterio de Santa Maria, Guadalupe.

Isabella I was Queen of Castille, in what is today Spain. She was married to Ferdinand II of Aragon, also part of present-day Spain. Their marriage became the basis for the political unification of Spain under her grandson, Holy Roman Emperor Charles V. After a struggle to claim her right to the throne, she reorganized the governmental system to bring the crime rate to the lowest it had been in years. Isabella and Ferdinand are known for supporting Columbus' 1492 voyage to the Western…

jpg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Isabella in the Rimado de la Conquista de Granada, from by Pedro Marcuello

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esclarmonde de foix - Esclarmonde is said, in at least one story, to have assumed the form of a dove in order to carry the Holy Grail away from those who had persecuted the Cathars.

Blanche of Artois - 21st Maternal Great Grandmother, wife of Edmund "Crouchback" Plantagenet and daughter of Robert Capet, Prince of France.

Blanche of Artois, wife of Edmund "Crouchback" Plantagenet and daughter of Robert Capet, Prince of France. My great grandmum

ISABEL DE PORTUGAL REINA DE CASTILLA | Isabel de Avis, infan… | Flickr

Isabella of Portugal, Queen of Castile, mother of Queen Isabella I of Castile and grandmother of Catherine of Aragon

ISABEL I "La Católica" (1451 - 1504), Reina de Castilla y León en 1474, Reina consorte de Aragón, de Mallorca y de Sicilia en 1479, Reina de Granada en 1592. Fue hermana y sucesora de su hermano el rey Enrique IV, tras usurpar el trono a su sobrina Juana de Castilla, legítima heredera de Castilla.

ISABEL I "La Católica" (1451 - 1504), Reina de Castilla y León en 1474, Reina consorte de Aragón, de Mallorca y de Sicilia en 1479, Reina de Granada en 1592. Fue hermana y sucesora de su hermano el rey Enrique IV, tras usurpar el trono a su sobrina Juana de Castilla, legítima heredera de Castilla.

Joan of Navarre (~1370 - June 10, 1437)    Queen consort to the Lancastrian king, Henry IV (Bolingbroke) (1366-1413)

Joan of Navarre - June Queen consort to the Lancastrian king, Henry IV (Bolingbroke) wife of king henry iv. joanna of navarisse*

Queen Matilda got engaged to Henry V when she was eight and later married him at 12 years of age.

Berengaria of Navarre, Queen of England. Engraving from Berengaria of Navarre, consort to one of England's most beloved and b.

Història de Girona. El setge de la Força de 1462

Charles, Prince of Viana, Charles IV of Navarre Son of King John II of Aragon and Queen Blanche I of Navarre. Husband to Agnes of Cleves

Philip I (the handsome) and Joanna (the mad) of Castile, King and Queen of Castile 1504 - 1506/1555 (695×1091) (Picture by the master of St. Joseph, Vienna and French School)

Joanna of Castile – Childhood and betrothal

Filips de Schone en Joanna de Waanzinnige Joanna November 1479 – 12 April known as Joanna the Mad (Spanish: Juana la Loca), was heiress of the Kingdoms of Castile and Aragon, a union which evolved into modern Spain.

Isabella I of Castile (1451-1504) Daughter of John II King of Castile and Isabella of Portugal. Wife to Ferdinand II of Aragon

Isabella I of Castile Daughter of John II King of Castile and Isabella of Portugal. Wife to Ferdinand II of Aragon

Dig the sleeve-age!  (Isabella I of Castile, mother to Katherine of Aragon and maternal grandmother of Mary I of England.  Detail from The Virgin of the Catholic Monarchs by an unknown artist which depicts Ferdinand II of Aragon and Isabella I of Castile).

Dig the sleeve-age! (Isabella I of Castile, mother to Katherine of Aragon and maternal grandmother of Mary I of England. Detail from The Virgin of the Catholic Monarchs by an unknown artist which depicts Ferdinand II of Aragon and Isabella I of Castile).

The Portrait Formerly Known as Catherine Parr ... now identified as Catherine of Aragon.

Staff from the National Portrait Gallery were researching someone else at Lambeth Palace when they spotted the portrait 'of Catherine Parr' and realised it wasn't her.

D. Manuel, “depois de viuvar(…) casou com ha mesma Infante donna Maria sua irmã”. O casamento realiza-se em 1500 com D. Maria de Aragão também ela filha dos reis Católicos e portanto irmã da primeira mulher.

(Sister of Catherine of Aragon) Maria, Queen of Portugal - born 29 June 1482 - 7 March She was the third surviving daughter of Isabella of Castile and Ferdinand II of Aragon (the Catholic monarchs). Maria married her sister's widower Manuel I of Portugal.

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