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Old 08-07-2016, 03:54 PM
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History and Traditions of the Spanish Monarchy

Topic on the history and the origin of the Spanish monarchy.

Origen de la monarquía española - Opinión - Diario de León

https://www.casareal.es/ES/Monarquia...monarquia.aspx

Anyone with more information and facts about the history and the origin of the Spanish monarchy can put the links in this topic.

The Spanish Crown has reigned in the five continents and passed from parents to children from 788.

La española es la Familia Real más antigua de Europa - ABC.es
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John (Juan), Prince of Asturias (1478-1497) was the son and heir of Queen Isabella I and King Ferdinand V. If Juan had lived to be the sovereign, would he have been King Juan III or King Juan I?
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John (Juan), Prince of Asturias (1478-1497) was the son and heir of Queen Isabella I and King Ferdinand V. If Juan had lived to be the sovereign, would he have been King Juan III or King Juan I?
I think it would be Juan III.
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I think so too. Juan III.
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Website about the Kings of Spain.

Los Reyes de Espa?a... desde Pelayo a Juan Carlos I
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Old 08-05-2019, 09:16 AM
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This is very informative, BlogReal. Thank you!
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I think so too. Juan III.
Juan III as Juan II of Castile was the grandfather of Queen Isabella I of Castile.
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I posted this on the "who outranks who" thread but maybe someone on here might know the answer

"Does the King of Spain ever use the style His Most Catholic Majesty awarded by Pope Alexander VI in 1493? Or indeed is he ever referred to formally as Rex Catholicissimus Most Catholic King?"

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No that style is not used by the King of Spain.
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Old 08-24-2019, 07:09 AM
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Chronology of the Kings of Navarre, Aragon, Castile, Leon, Asturias and Spain.
Tabla cronológica de reinos de España. Artículo de la Enciclopedia.
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Visigoth Kings

The following is a list of the Visigoth kings who reigned on the Iberian Peninsula (395-720).
  1. Alarico I (395-410)
  2. Ataúlfo (410-415) m. 1. ¿? 2. Gala Placidia
  3. Sigérico(415)
  4. Walia (415-418)
  5. Teodorico (418-451) m. Flavia Valiana
  6. Turismundo (451-453)
  7. Teodorico II (453-466)
  8. Eurico (466-484) m. Ragnahilda
  9. Alarico II (484-507) m. Teodegonda
  10. Gesaleico (507-510)
  11. Amalarico (510-531) m. Clotilde
  12. Theudis (531-548)
  13. Theudisclo (548-549)
  14. Agila I (549-551)
  15. Atanagildo (551-567) m. 1. Gosvinta 2. Flavia Juliana
  16. Liuva I (567-572)
  17. Leovigildo (572-586) m. 1. ? 2. Gosvinta
  18. Recaredo (586-601) m. Bada
  19. Liuva II (601-603)
  20. Witérico (603-610)
  21. Gundemaro (610-612) m. Hildoara
  22. Sisebuto (612-621)
  23. Recaredo II (621)
  24. Suíntila (621-631)
  25. Sisenando (631-636)
  26. Khíntila (636-639)
  27. Tulga (639-642)
  28. Khindasvinto (642-653) m. Riciberga
  29. Recesvinto (653-672)
  30. Wamba (672-680)
  31. Ervigio (680-687) m. Liuvigoto
  32. Egica (687-700) m. Cixilo
  33. Witiza (700-710)
  34. Rodrigo (710-711) m. Egilona
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The day the King washed the feet of the poor in the Palace

I have just discovered an ancient tradition (which no longer exists) of the Kings of Spain.

Since Ferdinand III of Castile, whom they called "the Holy One", instituted the ceremony in the thirteenth century, every Holy Thursday kings used to wash the feet of a dozen poor people, imitating the act of Jesus Christ with their apostles before the Last Supper.

The ceremony, with some variations, had been held almost without interruption until the 20th century. As ABC reported in 1911, the poor were chosen by lot and their names were published in newspapers at the time. To be "so marked at the mercy", they had to meet various conditions, such as being over 60 years old, poor in solemnity and not suffering from any contagious disease.

https://www.abc.es/archivo/abci-lava...4_noticia.html
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I have just discovered an ancient tradition (which no longer exists) of the Kings of Spain.

Since Ferdinand III of Castile, whom they called "the Holy One", instituted the ceremony in the thirteenth century, every Holy Thursday kings used to wash the feet of a dozen poor people, imitating the act of Jesus Christ with their apostles before the Last Supper.

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It was doen by many Monarchs In the past...
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It was doen by many Monarchs In the past...
I've never heard of that tradition. Did the monarchs of other countries do this too? In which countries was this tradition?
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I've never heard of that tradition. Did the monarchs of other countries do this too? In which countries was this tradition?
Since all monarchies in Europe at a certain time were "roman Catholic" they all did it as far as I know. It is a sign that the King, like Christ, is ready to serve his people..
Im not sure when it was dropped in the UK but now the queen gives "maundy money" to pensioners, in lieu of the feet washing.
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Since all monarchies in Europe at a certain time were "roman Catholic" they all did it as far as I know. It is a sign that the King, like Christ, is ready to serve his people..
Im not sure when it was dropped in the UK but now the queen gives "maundy money" to pensioners, in lieu of the feet washing.
Thanks for the information. I didn't really know this tradition.
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All English monarchs washed the feet of the poor on Maundy Thursday at Westminster Abbey. That custom largely stopped in the reign of King Charles II but I have read of Queen Anne washing feet on a few occasions in the very early 18th century.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Royal_Maundy
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All English monarchs washed the feet of the poor on Maundy Thursday at Westminster Abbey. That custom largely stopped in the reign of King Charles II but I have read of Queen Anne washing feet on a few occasions in the very early 18th century.

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she was also the last monarch to touch for the Kings Evil?
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Yes, as did the Old and Young Pretenders (Stuarts) apparently, in exile on the Continent in Roman Catholic countries.

https://history.rcplondon.ac.uk/blog...-short-history
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