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Joanna of Castile gazing at Philip I of Castile
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Documentary about Queen Juana "La Loca" of Castile.

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Juana I of Castile, better known as Juana 'la loca', could never reign. First her husband, Archduke Felipe of Austria, after her, hers, her father Ferdinand 'the Catholic' and later hers, her son Carlos I of her, they were in charge of keeping her away from power. But her figure, together with that of her mother Isabel 'the Catholic', are decisive in understanding the transit that occurs in the Iberian Peninsula between the Middle Ages and the modern era. The program is completed with a brief dramatization and a plot of the places where she developed her life, in the Netherlands and in Spain.

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Many thanks for all of the educational historical posts you have shared lately.

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But her figure, together with that of her mother Isabel 'the Catholic', are decisive in understanding the transit that occurs in the Iberian Peninsula between the Middle Ages and the modern era.

https://www.rtve.es/alacarta/videos/...a-loca/844397/
It is a shame that the position and actions of women in Spanish royal history are so widely erased by Anglophone royal watchers.
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She was so jaloes that she followed her Husband abroad. So Charles Quint (Charles V) is born in Ghent.
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She was so jaloes that she followed her Husband abroad. So Charles Quint (Charles V) is born in Ghent.
I think that had more to with the fact that her husband had inherited the Duchy of Burgundf territories from his mother.
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Yes but we Belgians are very proud that this great Emperor and King was born in Ghent and not in Spain!
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By now it is quite clear, that Juana was most probale in a deep depression after her husbands death - and her father used that to incarcerate her in quite bad circumstances - it was clearly that he could reign in her stead ... the son was just like the grandfather. As he grew up without much contact to her, he just presumed that he, as a man, had any right to treat her as bad, as her father had done. Could be that by now she really got 'mad' at beeing treated so badly by her closesed of kin.
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Yes but we Belgians are very proud that this great Emperor and King was born in Ghent and not in Spain!
And not forgetting his beloved sisters

Eleanor of Austria, Queen of France born in Leuven.
Mary of Austria ,Queen of Hungary and Imperial Regent of the Low Countries born in Brussels.
Isabella of Austria,Queen of Denmark born in Brussels.
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It's a sad story. It was probably depression brought on by grief. Obviously there wasn't much understanding of mental illness then, but, with some kindness rather than being locked away, maybe she'd have recovered. Neither Ferdinand nor Charles seemed to care about her.
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And the queen lived such a long life for those days and lived into her 75th year.
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Queen Juana's life was far from easy, apparently she suffered a lot. She did have a very long life for that time.
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The sad story of Juana la loca

For almost 50 years, the legitimate queen of Spain was confined in a palace in Tordesillas: according to some, she was the victim of a conspiracy by her all-powerful relatives; according to others, because of an undeniable mental illness.
https://historia.nationalgeographic....spiracion_9525
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The sepulcher of Don Felipe and Queen Juana, is a funerary monument of Renaissance style, made in 1518 - 1519 by the sculptor Bartolomé Ordoñez for the burial of Felipe I the Beautiful and his wife Juana de Castilla. It is located in the Royal Chapel of Granada, next to the sarcophagus of the Catholic Monarchs by Domenico Fancelli.
https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sepulc...o%C3%B1a_Juana

https://elcorreodeburgos.elmundo.es/...71040.amp.html

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Domenico Fancelli was also commissioned to design the tombs of Don Juan de Aragón, Prince of Asturias at Santo Tomás in Ávila and later that of Cardinal Cisneros and were both completed after his death in 1519.
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Queen Joanna of Castile's Spanish household was being replaced by Flemish women who spied on her for her husband Philip.
It is sad when the mistress cannon trust the servants.
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