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Queen and Isabella
Her half-aunt, the future Queen Isabella I of Castile, was due to inherit the crown, but Afonso V was keen to interfere with the succession in Castile.
Alfonso was the son of Queen Isabella II of Spain, and allegedly, of her husband and King Consort, Francis, Duke of Cádiz.
When Queen Isabella and her husband were forced to leave Spain by the Revolution of 1868, Alfonso accompanied them to Paris.
His second wife was Queen Isabella of Jerusalem, married January 1198 in Acre.
Two illuminated Psalters, the Queen Mary Psalter ( British Library Ms. Royal 2B, vii ) and the Isabella Psalter ( State Library, Munich ), contain full Bestiary cycles.
She was the youngest surviving child of King Ferdinand II of Aragon and Queen Isabella I of Castile.
At an early age, Catherine was considered a suitable wife for Arthur, Prince of Wales, the eldest son of Henry VII of England and heir to the throne, due to the English ancestry she inherited from her mother Queen Isabella I of Castile.
* 1327 – Teenaged Edward III is crowned King of England, but the country is ruled by his mother Queen Isabella and her lover Roger Mortimer.
* 1469 3 June – After the death of Alfonso de Castilla and the 1st Duke of Medina Sidonia, his son and heir Enrique de Guzman, 2nd Duke of Medina Sidonia changed side and in reward, saw the status of Gibraltar, as part of the domains of the Duke, confirmed by the Queen Isabella I of Castile.
* 1479 20 January – Queen Isabella I of Castile and King Ferdinand II of Aragon – the Catholic Monarchs, jointly rule the kingdoms of Castile and Aragon, including Gibraltar.
* 1502 2 January – Garcilaso de la Vega took possession of the town on behalf of the Queen Isabella I of Castile.
Contenders for the throne of Castile were Henry's one-time heir Joanna La Beltraneja, supported by Portugal and France, and Henry's half-sister Queen Isabella I of Castile, supported by the Kingdom of Aragon and by the Castilian nobility.
Ferdinand – resisting the wishes of his brother – decreed the Pragmatic Sanction of 1830, enabling his daughter Isabella to become Queen.
Ferdinand's death in 1833 and the accession of Isabella II as Queen of Spain sparked the First Carlist War ( 1833 – 1839 ).
Edward's downfall came in 1326 when his Queen Isabella travelled to her native France and then, along with her lover Roger Mortimer, invaded England.
Anne of Brittany, Queen consort of Louis XII often copied Isabella, who had a fashion doll made in her likeness.
* 1492 – The first grammar of the Spanish language is presented to Queen Isabella I.
A 13th-century depiction of John and his legitimate children, ( l to r ) Henry III of England | Henry, Richard, 1st Earl of Cornwall | Richard, Isabella of England | Isabella, Eleanor of Leicester | Eleanor, and Joan of England, Queen consort of Scotland | Joan
( 2006 ) Queen Isabella: She-Wolf of France, Queen of England.
For Spain, dates commonly used are the death of King Ferdinand II in 1516, the death of Queen Isabella I of Castile in 1504, or the conquest of Granada in 1492.
Melilla was part of the Kingdom of Fez when the Catholic Monarchs, Queen Isabella I of Castile and King Ferdinand II of Aragon requested Juan Alfonso Pérez de Guzmán, 3rd Duke of Medina Sidonia, to take the city.
* 1492 – Queen Isabella of Castille issues the Alhambra decree, ordering her 150, 000 Jewish subjects to convert to Christianity or face expulsion.
Through her mother, Mary was a granddaughter of King Ferdinand II of Aragon and Queen Isabella I of Castile.

Queen and I
Hand her a chair and she would say, `` Why, it's a nice imitation of those Queen Anne chairs I inherited from Grandmother Delancy ''.
The Church of England ( which until the 20th century included the Church in Wales ) initially separated from the Roman Catholic Church in 1538 in the reign of King Henry VIII, reunited in 1555 under Queen Mary I and then separated again in 1570 under Queen Elizabeth I ( the Roman Catholic Church excommunicated Elizabeth I in 1570 in response to the Act of Supremacy 1559 ).
Puttenham, in the time of Elizabeth I of England, wished to start from Elissabet Anglorum Regina ( Elizabeth Queen of the English ), to obtain Multa regnabis ense gloria ( By thy sword shalt thou reign in great renown ); he explains carefully that H is " a note of aspiration only and no letter ", and that Z in Greek or Hebrew is a mere SS.
I am but the Queen of fair Elphame
Alexander I or Aleksandar Obrenović ( Cyrillic: Александар Обреновић ; 14 August 1876 – 11 June 1903 ) was king of Serbia from 1889 to 1903 when he and his wife, Queen Draga, were assassinated by a group of Army officers, led by Colonel Dragutin Dimitrijević
In addition to James II himself ( who died a few months after the act received the royal assent ) and his Catholic children Prince James and Princess Louisa, the act also excluded the descendents of James ' sister Henrietta, the youngest daughter of Charles I. Henrietta's daughter Anne was then the Queen of Sardinia and a Catholic ; the Jacobite heirs of today are descended from her line.
These are not names which I can put before the Queen!
Pausing for a moment he scribbled on the back of an old tavern bill a note addressed to his wife, Sarah: " I have no time to say more but to beg you will give my duty to the Queen, and let her know her army has had a glorious victory.
Blackadder II is set in England during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I ( 1558 – 1603 ), played by Miranda Richardson.
* Mary I of England, Queen of England and Ireland
Translations into the vernacular were done by famous notables, including King Alfred ( Old English ), Jean de Meun ( Old French ), Geoffrey Chaucer ( Middle English ), Queen Elizabeth I ( Early Modern English ), and Notker Labeo ( Old High German ).
There is also a track on the accompanying EP Vempire or Dark Faerytales in Phallustein titled " Queen Of Winter Throned " which contains the lyrics: " Iniquitous / I share Carmilla's mask / A gaunt mephitic voyeur / On the black side of the glass ".
The Eagles gave nods to disco with " One of These Nights " ( 1975 ) and " Disco Strangler " ( 1979 ), Paul McCartney & Wings did " Goodnight Tonight " ( 1979 ), Queen did " Another One Bites the Dust " ( 1980 ), The Rolling Stones did " Miss You " ( 1978 ), Chicago did " Street Player " ( 1979 ), The Beach Boys did " Here Comes the Night " ( 1979 ), The Kinks did "( Wish I Could Fly Like ) Superman " ( 1979 ), and the J. Geils Band did " Come Back " ( 1980 ).
Determined to make Dublin a Protestant city, Queen Elizabeth I of England established Trinity College in 1592 as a solely Protestant university and ordered that the Catholic St. Patrick's and Christ Church cathedrals be converted to Protestant.
Unfortunately I shall go on loving you to the bitter end ... To me always a Queen, if not always mine, Good-bye.
* 1621 – Katarina Stenbock, Queen of Gustav I of Sweden ( b. 1535 )
In the late mid-sixteenth century, among groups of English Protestant exiles fleeing from Queen Mary I, some of the earliest anti-monarchist publications emerged.

Queen and Castile
By the time of her death, she had outlived all her children except for King John and Eleanor, Queen of Castile.
13th-century depiction of Henry II of England | Henry II and John's siblings: ( l to r ) William IX, Count of Poitiers | William, Henry the Young King | Henry, Richard I of England | Richard, Matilda of England, Duchess of Saxony | Matilda, Geoffrey II, Duke of Brittany | Geoffrey, Eleanor of England, Queen of Castile | Eleanor, Joan of England, Queen of Sicily | Joan and John
* 1252 – Blanche of Castile, Queen of Louis VIII of France ( b. 1188 )
* 1504 – Queen Isabella I of Castile ( b. 1451 )
* 1479 – Queen Joanna of Castile of Spain ( d. 1555 )
* 1162 – Leonora of England, Queen of Castile ( d. 1214 )
He was also an elder brother of Geoffrey II, Duke of Brittany ; Leonora of England, Queen of Castile ; Joan of England ; and John, Count of Mortain, who succeeded him as king.
In 1502, Queen Isabella I declared conversion to Catholicism compulsory within the Kingdom of Castile.
* April 22 – Queen Isabella I of Castile ( d. 1504 )
* Constance of Castile, Queen of France ( d. 1160 )
** Beatrice, Queen of Portugal in the 1383 – 1385 crisis and Queen-consort of John I of Castile ( b. 1372 )

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