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The 15th centiury in the Iberian Peninsula: the Catholic Monarchs and the Authoritarian Monarchy

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  • THE 15th CENTURY IN THE IBERIAN PENINSULA: THE CATHOLIC MONARCHS
  • CROWN OF ARAGON Juan II of Aragon and Navarre Fernando of Aragon, future Fernando the Catholic Blanca II Leonor I, queens of Navarre
  • Joanna of Castile (La Beltraneja) Enrique IV (The Impotent) Alfonso of Trastámara Isabella of Castile Juan II of Castile CROWN OF CASTILE
  • CIVIL WAR IN CASTILE When king Enrique IV died, the partisans of his sister Isabel started a war against the partisans of his daughter Juana Juana was supported by PORTUGAL, due to her marriage to king Alfonso V the African Isabel was supported by ARAGON , due to her marriage to Fernando, heir of the Crown Of Aragon
    • The war finished with the signature
    • of the TREATY OF ALCAÇOVAS :
    • Isabel would be the queen of
    • Castile.
    • Portugal got the control of the
    • exploration of the African coasts
    • of the Atlantic Ocean.
    • - Juana was confined in a convent.
  • FERDINAND OF ARAGON, King from 1479 to 1516 ISABELLA OF CASTILE, queen of Castile from 1479 to1504 MOTTO: TANTO MONTA, MONTA TANTO, ISABEL COMO FERNANDO. DYNASTIC UNION, NOT TERRITORIAL UNION.
  • YOKE (Ysabel) FASCE OF ARROWS (Fernando) CASTILE ARAGON AND THE TWO SICILIES GRANADA EMBLEM
  • TERRITORIES CONQUERED BY THE CATHOLIC MONARCHS
  • CONQUEST OF GRANADA
  •  
  • CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS´ TRIPS
  • Juana the Mad, Married to Philip The Handsome Of
    • Catalina of
    • Aragon, married
    • to:
    • Arthur, prince of
    • Wales.
    • Henry VIII of
    • England
    • Isabel, married
    • to:
    • - infant Alfonso
    • of Portugal
    • Manuel I the
    • Fortunate
    Juan, married Margarita of Austria María, married To Manuel I the Fortunate when her sister Isabel died. ALLIANCE WITH PORTUGAL ALLIANCE WITH PORTUGAL ALLIANCE WITH AUSTRIA ALLIANCE WITH ENGLAND ALLIANCES SIGNED BY THE CATHOLIC MONARCHS THROUGH THEIR SONS AND DAUGHTERS
  • When Isabella of Castile died, her daughter Juana became Queen of Castile. Her husband Philip acted as regent. When he died, Juana´s father, king Ferdinand acted as regent. When Ferdinand died, Charles, Juana´s and Philip´s son, inherited a lot of territories. Philip the Handsome and Juana the Mad.
  • TERRITORIES INHERITED BY CHARLES V BLUE : Crown of Castile (including the Canary Islands and the Indies) ORANGE : Crown of Aragon PURPLE : Burgundy GREEN : Habsburg territories