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  1. Talk:Peter III of Aragon - Wikipedia

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    The text of the parchment (which includes a translation to english) recreates the royal ordination in which Peter III declared that all the kings of Aragon (referring to the union of kingdoms and counties under one crown, called the crown of Aragon) will be coronated by themselves, therefore renouncing to be vassals of the papacy..

  2. Ferdinand II of Aragon - Wikipedia

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    Biography Acquiring titles and powers. Ferdinand was born in Sada Palace, Sos del Rey Católico, Kingdom of Aragon, as the son of John II of Aragon (whose family was a cadet branch of the House of Trastámara) by his second wife, Juana Enríquez.

  3. John I of Aragon - Wikipedia

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    Biography. John was the eldest son of Peter IV and his third wife, Eleanor, who was the daughter of Peter II of Sicily.He was born in Perpignan, capital of the Rousillon, which at that time was part of the Principality of Catalonia, in the Crown of Aragon.

  4. Pedro III od Aragona - Wikipedia

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    Pedro III od Aragona (Valencia, 1239. - Villafranca del Panades , 11. novembar 1285 . poznat i kao Pedro Veliki bio je aragonski kralj od 1276 . kad mu je umro otac Jaime I i sicilijanski kralj od 1282 . do svoje smrti 1285 .

  5. Frederick III of Sicily - Wikipedia

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    Biography Early years. Frederick was born in Barcelona to Peter III of Aragon and Constance of Sicily, daughter of King Manfred of Sicily.. When his father died in 1285, he left the Kingdom of Aragon to his eldest son, Alfonso, and that of Sicily to his second son, James.

  6. Sancho of Aragon (archbishop of Toledo) - Wikipedia

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    Biography. Sancho was a son of James I of Aragon and his second wife Yolanda of Hungary. He joined the Order of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Mercy at a young age and had Peter Pascual as a tutor. He became Archbishop of Toledo in 1266, when he was only 16 years old.

  7. Peter (Spanish: Pedro; 30 August 1334 – 23 March 1369), called the Cruel (el Cruel) or the Just (el Justo), was the king of Castile and León from 1350 to 1369. Peter was the last ruler of the main branch of the House of Ivrea.

  8. Roger of Lauria - Wikipedia

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    Later King Peter III of Aragon, who had married Constance of Hohenstaufen, made him knight together with Corrado Lancia, who was to be a comrade of Roger in many of his enterprises. In 1282, Roger was named commander of the Aragonese fleet, keeping this post under Peter's successors James II and Frederick III .

  9. Eleanor of Portugal, Queen of Aragon - Wikipedia

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    Little is known about her childhood. She is first mentioned when she was 18 years old when two kings vied for her hand in order to secure the support of Portugal: Alfonso XI of Castile who wanted her for his nephew Ferdinand of Aragon, and Peter IV of Aragon whom she finally married on 14 or 15 November 1347 in Barcelona. in the same year as the death of the king's first wife, Maria of Navarre.

  10. Elizabeth of Carinthia, Queen of Sicily - Wikipedia

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    Elizabeth of Carinthia (1298–1352) was an influential queen and royal family member in the Kingdom of Sicily, who lived and ruled in a tumultuous time.The daughter of the Otto, the penultimate duke of Carinthia and lord of Carniola from the House of Gorizia, she married Peter II of Sicily in 1323 and became the Queen of Sicily.

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