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  1. Talk:James I of Aragon - Wikipedia › wiki › Talk:James_I_of_Aragon
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    I manually reverted the text to the 12th May version, because someone from Nottingham changed to Catalan forms of names without fixing the links. Andrew Dalby20:27, 14 May 2006 (UTC)

    I removed this note from the main article: 1. 1.1. menorca was conquered by Alfons III; a few year later. No by James I because it was unreferenced and badly written. I do not know if it is correct or not. BenedictX22:02, 11 February 2007 (UTC)

    Let me clarify: translations of James' name (and its versions) can be found at the interwikis, the point here is to cite names that may be encountered even in English literature. "de Aragón" is not one of those. "Jaime" is and the translation is of "James I the Conqueror" as it appears right at the beginning of the article. I don't know if "el Conquistador" is worth keeping, but I know that "de Aragón" is not. Srnec04:31, 17 April 2007 (UTC) 1. Just take a look at the other languages articles: (aragonese Chaime I d'Aragón, german Jakob I. (Aragón), spanish Jaime I de Aragón, french Jacques Ier d'Aragon, italian Giacomo I d'Aragona). As I said before the only ones calling him just "the conqueror" are catalans (and that's maybe because they don't want to realize that he was king of Aragon). Therefore, I'm not against using his "nickname", but absolutly not as Jaime I el conquistador! A solution could be: "Jaime I de Aragón, el conquistador" --Maurice2707:21, 17 April 2007 (UTC) 1. 1.1...

    i changed a few words in the beginning to make clear king james I. fought ON THE SIDE of the cathars in albi, to defend them from simon de montfort and his crusade against the cathars! the catalan word for book is "llibre" with two "l"s...i don't wanna destroy the links...maybe someone who knows how to do it can change the words? best OT der hexer —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 17:22, 6 January 2008 (UTC)

    I've noticed someone from that IP is deleting the Spanish name of James I in this article and making similar changes to other related ones. I'd like to know what's the point on doing that. Being myself a Catalan, this vandalism makes me feel ashamed. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 11:33, 19 January 2008 (UTC)

    should not be in hypertext, as it links to an entry of a 1629 event. there doesn't appear to be an entry for the 1227 Peace. TheNusz (talk) 08:59, 14 August 2012 (UTC) It should have been the Peace of Alcalá, as per the cited reference (Chaytor). A previous editor may have simply mistyped it, and then it was hypertexted to the wrong agreement. Corrected on 10/9/2015. Fromthemitten (talk) 15:51, 9 October 2015 (UTC)

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  2. Jaime I od Aragona - Wikipedia › wiki › Jaime_I_od_Aragona

    Jaime I od Aragona zvan Osvajač (Montpellier, 2. februar 1208.- Valencia, 27. jul 1276.) bio je od 1213. do smrti kralj Aragona. Njegovu vladavinu obilježilo je neprestano ratovanje sa Maurima, od kojih je gotovo svake godine osvajao komad po komad teritorije - zato je i nazvan el Conquistador (osvajač).

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  4. James I, Count of Urgell - Wikipedia › wiki › James_I_of_Urgell

    Biography. James was born in Zaragoza in 1321. His older brother, Peter, inherited the Kingdom of Aragon. James inherited his mother's title. He married Cecilia de Comminges (1321–1381), the daughter of Bernard VIII, Count of Comminges and Viscount of Turenne, in 1336 in Catalona. They had two children, Pedro 19th Conde of Urgel and Isabel.

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    Doña Fabiola de Mora y Aragón was born in Madrid, Spain, at the Palacio de Zurbano, the main residence of the Marqués de Casa Riera. She was the daughter of Don Gonzalo de Mora y Fernández y Riera y del Olmo, 4th Marqués de Casa Riera, 2nd Count of Mora (1887–1957), and his wife, Doña Blanca de Aragón y Carrillo de Albornoz y Barroeta-Aldamar y Elío (1892–1981), daughter of the 6th ...

  6. Angélica Aragón - Wikipedia › wiki › Angelica_Aragon
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    Angelica Espinoza Stransky is the elder daughter of the Mexican actor and composer José Ángel Espinoza "Ferrusquilla" and Sonia Stransky. She had a younger sister named Vindia (deceased in 2008). On her mother's side, she has two half brothers: Jacqueline and John. Her maternal grandfather, of Czech origin, was a soldier in the service of Emperor Franz Joseph of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and fought in the World War I. Sonia, her mother, was the secretary of the musician Carlos Chávez. Her p...

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    Angelica wanted to study medicine. She studied at the Liceo franco-mexicano, in Mexico City. There she met the Spanish actor Juan Ribó. Angelica joined the theatrical company led by Ribó who was working on Federico García Lorca's works at the Treatro de la Alianza Francesa in Mexico City. In 1970 she also participated in a work by the director Antonio Pasi within the Festival Cervantino, in Guanajuato. In 1971 and with the support of her father, she made a small character in the telenovela El...


    Returning to Mexico in 1980, Aragón joins the Mexican telenovelas of Televisa with the producer Valentín Pimstein, whom she met through the Greek director Dimitrio Sarrás. She started with a small role in the telenovela Sandra y Paulina (1980), starring Jacqueline Andere. In 1981 she acts in the telenovela El hogar que yo robé, with Angelica Maria. In 1982 she performs the feminine antagonistic role of the telenovela Vanessa, next to Lucía Méndez. In 1983 she shares stellar with Lucero in the...

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  7. Isabella (Aragón) de France (abt.1247-1271) | WikiTree FREE ... › wiki › Aragón-102
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    Isabel de Aragón (reina de Francia) Isabel de Aragón (1247-1271), princesa de Aragón y reina consorte de Francia.

    Isabella of Aragon(1247 – 28 January 1271), infanta of Aragon, was, by marriage, queen consort of France from 1270 to 1271. Isabel de Aragón was born in 1243. She was the daughter of Jaime I, Rey de Aragón and Yolante Arpád. She married Philippe III, Roi de France, son of Louis IX, Roi de France and Marguerite de Provence, on 28 May 1262 at Clement-en-Auvergne.She died on 28 January 1271 at Cosenza, Calabria, Italy, from a fall from a horse.

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  9. Alfonso X de Castilla - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre › wiki › Alfonso_X_el_Sabio
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    Hijo primogénito de Fernando III el Santo y de Beatriz de Suabia (hija de Felipe, antiguo aspirante al trono imperial alemán, y nieta del emperador Federico I Barbarroja), Alfonso nació en la ciudad de Toledo el 23 de noviembre de 1221, día de la festividad de san Clemente.[6]​ Tuvo tres hermanas y seis hermanos.[7]​ El 21 de marzo de 1222 fue jurado heredero en la ciudad de Burgos.[7]​ Para encargarse de su crianza fue designada ama Urraca Pérez y ayo García Fernández de Villamayor, que había sido mayordomo de la reina Berenguela y cuya segunda esposa era Mayor Arias de Limia.[8]​ Con ambos se crio en Villaldemiro y en Celada del Camino.[8]​[a]​[9]​ Parte de su infancia la pasó en las propiedades que tenían sus cuidadores en Allariz (Galicia), donde aprendería el galaicoportugués[10]​ que utilizó en las Cantigas compuestas en su scriptorium y, al menos diez de ellas, seguramente debidas al mismo rey.[11]​[8]​ Ya en la Corte de Toledo, recibió una esmerada educación en múltiples cam...

    El reinado de Alfonso X fue un reinado reformador, que iniciaría el proceso que desembocaría en el Estado Moderno de época de los Reyes Católicos. Fundamentó, asimismo, la supremacía de Castilla entre los reinos peninsulares.

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    Durante todo su reinado, Alfonso X se tituló «rey del Algarve». El origen de esta atribución es oscuro. Según algunos autores, como el marqués de Mondéjar, el Algarve le habría sido donado por Sancho II de Portugal en pago por el apoyo que el castellano le había proporcionado en 1246 contra aquel que terminaría apartándolo del gobierno, su hermano Alfonso III de Portugal. Para otros, como José Mattoso,[72]​ la reivindicación del rey castellano sobre las tierras al sur de Lisboa reflejaban el...

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    Las relaciones con Navarra fueron tirantes al comienzo del reinado de Alfonso.[81]​ Teobaldo I de Navarra, de origen francés, había orientado al reino hacia Francia.[81]​ Temiendo un ataque del rey castellano, el reino firmó una alianza con Aragón.[81]​ Alfonso, por su parte, se concertó con Inglaterra en la primavera de 1254: a cambio de ceder sus posibles derechos a la Gascuña, objetivo de los ingleses, estos se comprometieron a colaborar con el rey castellano en los asuntos navarros.[81]​...

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    En 1266, Alfonso decidió estrechar los vínculos con Francia desposando a su hijo y heredero, Fernando, con una hija del monarca francés, Luis IX.[80]​ La boda entre Fernando y Blanca de Francia se celebró a finales de noviembre de 1269 en Burgos.[80]​

    En la última etapa de su vida, Alfonso X tuvo que afrontar diversos fracasos y desgracias, incluyendo la muerte de su heredero (1275), rebeliones de nobles y en el seno de su propia familia, fracaso del intento de conquista de Algeciras (1278), invasiones benimerines.

  10. Alfons III av Aragón – Wikipedia › wiki › Alfons_III_av_Aragón

    Alfons III av Aragón ( spansk: Alfonso, født 1265 i Valencia, død 18. juni 1291 i Barcelona, også Alfons II av Barcelona ), med tilnavnet «den liberale», var konge over Aragón og greve av Barcelona fra 1285 til 1291. Han var sønn av Peter III av Aragón og hans hustru Konstanse av Sicilia, datter og arving til Manfred av Sicilia.

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