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Spanish Kingdoms in 1030:



This map is from the Atlas to Freeman's Historical Geography, edited by J.B. Bury, Longmans Green et all. Third Edition 1903. It is in the public domain.
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Spanish Kingdoms in 1210:



This map is from the Atlas to Freeman's Historical Geography, edited by J.B. Bury, Longmans Green et all. Third Edition 1903. It is in the public domain.
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Spanish Kingdoms in 1360:



This map is from the Atlas to Freeman's Historical Geography, edited by J.B. Bury, Longmans Green et all. Third Edition 1903. It is in the public domain.
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Impressive Marengo,very impressive!!Three pages of threads on various periods in/of Spanish Royal History is greatly appreciated
I'm sure by all here.

All the work you've put in it,quite something,not many have that commitment so I appreciate it even more knowing how busy you
are outside this forum as well.De verdad,muchos gracias!
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shield of the Spanish monarchy:

La evolución del Escudo de España: desde los reinos medievales hasta el Estado Español
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old maps of Spain and their explanation:
Corazón de León: MAPAS ANTIGUOS DE ESPAÑA
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Thats really cool but was the last picture before or after Isabella and Ferdinand captured Granada
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The Kingdom of Navarre has always fascinated me and its one Kingdom I'd love to read more on.For part of its history it was united with the French Crown and then independent until it was invaded and annexed by Ferdinand of Aragon.I'm never sure whether I should regard Medieval Navarre as 'Spanish' or 'French' or maybe neither!

Kingdom of Navarre - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Spanish empire in 1700

Why is the Portuguese empire being shown in a map about the Spanish empire ? Portugal was not united to Spain in 1700.
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LIST OF KINGS OF PAMPLONA
DINISTÍA ARISTA-ÍÑIGA
Kings of Navarre:


824-851 Iñigo Arista
851-882 García Íñiguez
882-905 Fortún Garcés
DINASTY JIMEN:
905-925 Sancho I Garcés
925-970 García I Sánchez
970-994 Sancho II Garcés
994-1000 García II Sánchez
1004-1035 Sancho III Garcés
1035-1054 García III Sánchez
1054-1076 Sancho IV Garcés
1076-1094 Sancho V Ramírez
1094-1104 Pedro I
1104-1134 Alfonso I
1134-1150 García V Ramírez
1150-1162 Sancho VI

LIST OF KINGS OF NAVARRA:
DINASTY JIMENA:

1162-1194 Sancho VI
1194-1234 Sancho VII
KINGS OF CHAMPAÑA:
1234-1253 Teobaldo I
1253-1270 Teobaldo II
1271-1274 Enrique I
1274-1305 Juana I. with her husband Felipe I, the Capeta dynasty begins.

DINASTY CAPETA:
1284-1305 Felipe I
1305-1316 Luis I
1316 Juan I
1316-1322 Felipe II
1322-1328 Carlos I
1328-1349 Juana II, with her husband Felipe III, begins the Évreux dynasty.

DINASTY ÉVREUX:
1328-1343 Felipe III
1349-1387 Carlos II
1387-1425 Carlos III
1425-1441 Blanca I, with her husband Juan II, begins the Trastámara dynasty.

HOUSE TRASTÁMARA:
1425-1479 Juan II
1441-1461 Carlos IV
1461-1464 Blanca II
1479 Leonor I

DINASTY FOIX:
1479-1483 Francisco I
1483-1517 Catalina I, junto a su marido Juan III de la Casa de Albret
HOUSE ALBRET:
1484-1516 Juan III
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List of Consorts of the Kings of Pamplona and Navarre
85? -870 Magpie, Banu Qasi dynasty? married to García Iñíguez, king of Pamplona
870-895 Oria or Awriya ibn Lubb, married to Fortún Garcés king of Pamplona
89? -958 Mrs. Toda Aznárez, married to Sancho Garcés I, King of Pamplona
933-943 Doña Andregoto Galíndez, Countess of Aragón married to García Sánchez I king of Pamplona
943-970 Doña Teresa Ramírez, Infanta de León, married to García Sánchez I, King of Pamplona
970-994 Doña Urraca Fernández, married to Sancho Garcés II, king of Pamplona
994-1000 Doña Jimena Fernández, married to García Sanchéz II, King of Pamplona
1011-1035 Doña Munia or Mayor, married to Sancho Garcés III, King of Pamplona and Count of Aragón
1038-1054 Doña Estefanía de Foix, married to García Sánchez III king of Pamplona
1068-1076 Doña Placencia de Normandía, married to Sancho Garcés IV King of Pamplona
1076-1094 Doña Felicia de Roucy, home to Sancho Ramírez, king of Pamplona. He was king of Aragon since 1063 both kingdoms remain united until
1134-1144 Doña Margarita de L'Aigle, married to García Ramírez, king of Pamplona
1144-1150 Doña Urraca la Asturiana -bastard of Alfonso VII de Castilla- married to García Ramírez, king of Pamplona
1157-1162 Doña Sancha, Infanta de Castilla, married to Sancho VI of Pamplona. This year the title of the Kingdom of Pamplona is changed to the Kingdom of Navarre
1162-1194 Doña Sancha Infanta de Castilla, married to Sancho VI King of Navarre
1195-1200 Doña Constanza de Toulouse, married to Sancho VII king of Navarre
1234-1253 Doña Margarita de Borbón, house with Teobaldo I king of Navarre and count of Champagne
1253-1255 Doña Margarita de Borbón, Regent of Teobaldo II of Navarre
1255-1270 Doña Isabel de Francia, daughter of S. Luis, married with Teobaldo II king of Navarre
1270-1274 Doña Blanca de Artois, married to Enrique I king of Navarre
1274-1284 Doña Blanca de Artois reigns queen of Juana I queen of Navarre
1274-1305 Doña Juana I Queen of Navarre and queen consort of France since 1285 by marrying Felipe IV King of France and King consort of Navarre Felipe I
1305-1315 Doña Margarita de Borgoña, married to Luis I King of Navarre (in 1314 it is Luis X of France)
1315-1316 Mrs. Clemencia of Hungary, married to Luis I king of Navarre
1316-1322 Doña Juana I of Burgundy, married to Felipe II king of Navarre and V king of France
1322-1324 Doña Blanca de Luxemburgo, married to Carlos I, King of Navarre and IV King of France
1325-1328 Doña Juana de Evreux, married to Carlos I, King of Navarre and IV King of France
1328-1349 Doña Juana II of Navarre, married to Felipe de Evreux, king consorte Felipe III
1352-1373 Doña Juana de Valois princess of France, married to Carlos II king of Navarre
1387-1415 Doña Leonor de Trastamara, Infanta of Castile married to Carlos III king of Navarre
1425-1441 Doña Blanca I of Navarre, married to Infante Juan de Aragón (Juan II de Navarra)
1445-1479 Doña Juana Enríquez, married to Juan II de Navarra
1479-1479 Doña Leonor I de Navarra, daughter of Blanca I, married to Gastón de Foix
1479-1483 Doña Magdalena de Francia, queen regent of Francisco I of Navarre
1483-1512 Doña Catalina de Foix I, Queen of Navarre, married to Juan III de Albret
1515 The Courts of Castile incorporate this kingdom to that of Castile
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1515 The Courts of Castile incorporate this kingdom to that of Castile
Except for a remnant which maintained its independence until after King Henri III of Navarre inherited the French throne.
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I've always regarded Catherine Ier as more French than Spanish ,her mother was a French Royal Princess ,Madeleine de Valois and her father was from the French noble House of Foix.

Madeleine de Valois,Regent of Navarre




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Monarchs of Aragon:
Here is a list of the rulers of Aragon, now a region of north-eastern Spain. The Aragonese kingdom included the present-day autonomous community of Aragon. The Aragonese kings of the House of Barcelona ruled as well Catalonia (which included Roussillon, nowadays the département of Pyrenées-Orientales in France), the kingdom of Valencia, the kingdom of Majorca, the kingdom of Sicily, Sardinia and assorted territories in the South of France, including the city of Montpellier.

Early counts of Aragon:
?809 Galindo
809 839 Aznar I Galíndez
844 867 Galindo I Aznárez
867 893 Aznar II Galíndez
893 922 Galindo II Aznárez
922 ? Andregota Galíndez ==> married García Sánchez of Navarre
NOTES: Names and order of rulers is extremely uncertain. Other persons cited as counts of Aragon include, among others, Jimeno Aznar, Galindo García and Fortun Jiménez

Counts of Aragon and Kings of Navarre:
926 970 García I Sánchez of Navarre, a.k.a. García Sánchez Abarca
970 994 Sancho II Garcés of Navarre, a.k.a. Sancho II Garcés Abarca
994 1000 García II of Navarre the Trembler or the Tremulous, a.k.a. García Sánchez II Abarca
1000 1035 Sancho III of Navarre the Great

Kings of Aragon and Navarre:
1035 1063 Ramiro I of Aragon
1063 1094 Sancho I Ramirez (V of Navarre)
1094 1101 Peter I of Aragon, conquered Huesca
1104 1134 Alfonso I the Battler, conquered Zaragoza
Kings of Aragon
1134 1137 Ramiro II of Aragon the Monk
1137 1162 Petronila of Aragon ==> married Count Ramon Berenguer IV The Saint of Barcelona)

Kings of Aragon and Counts of Barcelona, of the House of Barcelona:
1162 1196 Alfonso II (I of Barcelona) the Chaste or the Troubadour, conquered Teruel
1196 1213 Peter II (I of Barcelona) the Catholic, died at the Battle of Muret.

Kings of Aragon and Valencia, Counts of Barcelona, of the House of Barcelona:
1213 1276 James I the Conqueror, conquered Valencia, Majorca and Ibiza, wrote the Libre dels feyts
1276 1285 Peter III (I of Valencia, II of Barcelona) the Great, conquered Sicily
1285 1291 Alfonso III (I of Valencia, II of Barcelona) the Generous or '\'the Liberal, conquered Minorca
1291 1329 James II the Just
1327 1336 Alfonso IV (II of Valencia, III of Barcelona) the Good
1336 1387 Peter IV (II of Valencia, III of Barcelona) the Ceremonious. Deposed the Kings of Majorca, wrote the Chronicle
1387 1396 John I the Hunter
1396 1410 Martin I, the Humanist'' --> last direct descendant of Wilfred I the Hairy, Count of Barcelona to rule; died without legitimate heirs, occasion of the Compromise of Casp;
interregnum 1410 - 1412

Kings of Aragon and Valencia, Counts of Barcelona, of the Trastámara dynasty:
1412 1416 Ferdinand I of Aragon, a.k.a. F. of Antequera
1416 1458 Alfonso V (III of Valencia, IV of Barcelona), conquered Naples
1458 1479 John II --> title disputed much of that time in the War Against John II (1462-1472)
1479 1516 Ferdinand II of Aragon and Sicily (III of Naples, V of Spain) the Catholic, married Isabella I of Castile, invaded Navarre
Kings of Aragon and Counts of Barcelona who occupied the throne during the War Against Joan II (none of these reigned in Valencia, which remained under the control of John II):
1462 1463 Henry IV of Castile
1463 1466 Peter V of Aragon (IV of Barcelona), Connêtable of Portugal, son of Pedro, Duke of Coimbra and grand-son of John I of Portugal
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