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Ferdinand and Isabella of Castile
Ferdinand and Isabella of Castile Ferdinand and Isabella were joint rulers of Castile. See: Ferdinand II of Aragon Isabella of Castile
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Isabella of Castile and Ferdinand of Aragon (Andean Wars) (Althistory wiki)
Isabella of Castile and Ferdinand of Aragon (Andean Wars) Ferdinand II of Aragon (Fernando de Aragón in ... Fernando el Católico and Ferran el Catòlic. Isabella of Castile (Spanish: Ysabel, Isabel or Isabela ... Castile and Isabel La Católica ("the Catholic"). Ferdinand of Aragon became Ferdinand V of ...
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Ferdinand   (translated from Italian)
Ferdinand Ferdinand it is one nome just of male ... May in memory of the Saint king Ferdinand III of Castile and Leon died in ... Spagna . Persons If you know name persons Ferdinand cited in the encyclopedia, you add them ... monarchs. three emperors of Sacro Roman Empire : Ferdinand of Asburgo ( 1503 - 1564 ) king of ...
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Isabella of Castile
Isabella of Castile Isabella of Castile Isabella of Castile (April 22, 1451 – November ... Castile and Leon. She and her husband, Ferdinand II of Aragon, laid the foundation for ... by the Italian form of her name, 'Isabella.' Likewise, her husband is Fernando in ...
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Ferdinand II of Aragon
Ferdinand II of Aragon Ferdinand II the Catholic (Spanish: Fernando de Aragón ... Sardinia and Navarre and Count of Barcelona. Ferdinand, the son of John II of Aragon ... in preparation for his marriage to Infanta Isabella, the half-sister and heiress of Henry IV of Castile. He married Isabella on October 19, 1469 in Ocaña ...
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Isabella Jagiełło
Isabella Jagiełło Isabella Kazimira Jagiełło was a queen of Hungary ... Transylvania, which fell into the hands of Ferdinand Habsburg in accordance with the treaty of ... the autumn of 1556. After this Queen Isabella set up her Transylvanian chancellery with the ...
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Isabella II of Spain
Isabella II of Spain Isabella II Queen of Spain Spanish RoyaltyHouse of Bourbon Philip V Children Luis Ferdinand VI Charles III Infanta Mariana Victoria Philip, Duke of Parma Luis Ferdinand VI Charles III Children Charles IV Ferdinand I of the Two Sicilies Charles ...
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Isabella of Castile   (translated from Italian)
Isabella of Castile Isabella of Castile Isabella of Castile famous also like "Isabella the Catholic" (Madrigal de las Altas Torres ... of Castile and of its second moglie Isabella of the Portugal. To the dead ...
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Kardinalinfant Ferdinand   (translated from German)
Kardinalinfant Ferdinand Kardinalinfant Ferdinand of Austria as hunters Kardinalinfant Ferdinand (* 16. May 1609 ; † 9. November 1641 in Bruessel ; also Ferdinand of Austria) the administration of the ore ... and Feldherr in Dreissigjaehrigen war . Life Kardinalinfant Ferdinand became as a third son of ...
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Isabella I. (Kastilien)   (translated from German)
Isabella I. (Kastilien) Isabella I. of Kastilien (* 22. April 1451 in ... 1504 in Medina del Campo; called also Isabella the catholic one) was queen of Kastilien . Table of contents Life Isabella I. of Kastilien (historisierende representation 19. Jh.) Isabella was the daughter ( Infantin ) the king ...
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