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  1. King Martin I of Aragon and Wives (Queen Maria de Luna and Queen Maragarita)
  2. King Fernando I of Aragon and Queen Leonor
  3. King Alfonso V of Aragon and Napels and Queen Maria
  4. King Juan II 'The Great' of Aragon and Queen Blanche I of Navarre
  5. King Enrique II 'The Bastard' of Castile and Queen Juana Manuel
  6. King Juan I of Castile and Wives (Queen Leonor and Queen Beatriz)
  7. King Enrique III 'The Sufferer' of Castile and Queen Catherine
  8. King Juan II of Castile and Wives (Queen Maria and Queen Isabel)
  9. King Enrique IV 'The Impotent' of Castile and Queen Juana
  10. King Fernando II/V of Aragon & Castile and Queen Isabel I of Castile & Leon
  11. Queen Juana 'La Loca' of Castile and Duke Philip 'The Handsome' of Burgundy
  12. King Carlos I (or Charles/Karl/Karel V) and Queen Isabel
  13. King Carlos II and Wives (Queen Maria Luisa and Queen Maria Ana)
  14. King Philip V and Wives (Queen Maria Luisa and Queen Elisabeth)
  15. King Luis I and Queen Louise Elisabeth
  16. King Fernando VI and Queen Maria Barbara
  17. King Carlos III and Queen Maria Amalia
  18. King Carlos IV and Queen Maria Luisa
  19. King Fernando VII and Wives (Queens Maria Antonia, Isabel, Josepha & Maria Cristina)
  20. Queen Isabel II and King Francisco I de Assis
  21. King Alfonso XII and Wives (Queen Mercedes and Queen Maria Cristina)
  22. King Philip IV/III and Wives (Queen Elisabeth and Queen Mariana)
  23. King Philip III/II and Queen Margarita
  24. King Philip II/I and Wives (Queens Maria, Mary, Elisabeth and Anna)
  25. Kristina of Norway/Cristina de Noruega 1234 1262
  26. Spanish Royal Family Assasinations, 1936
  27. Infanta Maria Cristina de Borbon y Battenberg (1911-1996)
  28. Infanta Margarita and the World's Greatest Painting
  29. King Alfonso XIII's Sons and Daughters
  30. Queen Ena of Spain
  31. Tragedy of the Death of Juan Carlos's Brother Alfonso (1941-1956)
  32. Spain Seeks Sainthood For Queen Isabella
  33. Infanta Beatriz Torlonia (1909-2002)