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  1. Joanna (6 November 1479 – 12 April 1555), historically known as Joanna the Mad (Spanish: Juana la Loca ), was the nominal Queen of Castile from 1504 and Queen of Aragon from 1516 to her death in 1555. She was married by arrangement to Philip the Handsome, Archduke of Austria of the House of Habsburg, on 20 October 1496. [1]

  2. Joanna of Castile was the monarch of Spain from 1516 until 1555. Joanna of Castile, and variations Joan of Castile or Juana of Castile, may also refer to: Joan, Countess of Ponthieu (died 1279), queen consort of Castile Juana Manuel (died 1381), queen consort of Castile Joan of Portugal (died 1475), queen consort of Castile

  3. Trastámara. Father. Disputed: Henry IV of Castile or The 1st Duke of Alburquerque. Mother. Joan of Portugal. Religion. Roman Catholicism. Joanna la Beltraneja (21 February 1462 – 12 April 1530) was a claimant to the throne of Castile, and Queen of Portugal as the wife of King Afonso V, her uncle.

    • 30 May 1475 – 11 November 1477
    • 12 April 1530 (aged 68), Lisbon
  4. Joanna the Mad of Castile, Queen regnant of Castile, Queen regnant of León, Queen regnant of Galicia, Queen regnant of Aragon, Queen regnant of Valencia, Queen regnant of Naples, Queen regnant of Sicily, Queen regnant of Majorca, Countess regnant of Barcelona, Countess regnant of Roussillon, Countess regnant of Cerdagne, was born 6 November 1479 in Toledo, Spain to Ferdinand II of Aragon ...

    • Her Dad Had Issues. Born on November 6, 1479, Joanna was the daughter of two powerhouse monarchs: Isabella of Castile and Ferdinand II of Aragon. Her parents’ marriage would unify Spain, but during Joanna’s lifetime, Castile and Aragon had more of an icy truce than a hunky dory partnership.
    • She Was Whip-Smart. Trained in languages, music, literature, philosophy, and even law, the princess Joanna received one of the finest humanist educations in 15th century Europe.
    • She Was A Rebel. Joanna was not particularly pious for a girl whose parents were literally called “The Catholic Monarchs.” According to some sources, she even experimented with—gasp!—
    • Her Mother Was Deranged. I imagine it’s hard to catch a break when your mom literally engineered the Spanish Inquisition. According to some sources, Queen Isabella was deeply enraged by Princess Joanna’s insufficient piety.
  5. Joanna of Austria (in Castilian, Doña Juana de Austria; in Portuguese, Dona Joana de Áustria, 24 June 1535 – 7 September 1573) was Princess of Portugal by marriage to João Manuel, Prince of Portugal. She served as regent of Spain to her brother Philip II of Spain during his trips to England to marry Mary I from 1554 to 1556, and 1556 to 1559.

  6. Joanna of Austria (in Castilian, Doña Juana de Austria; in Portuguese, Dona Joana de Áustria, 24 June 1535 – 7 September 1573) was Princess of Portugal by marriage to João Manuel, Prince of Portugal. She served as regent of Spain to her brother Philip II of Spain during his trips to England to marry Mary I from 1554 to 1556, and 1556 to 1559.

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