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Alfonso VII "el Emperador" Raimúndez Rey de Galicia, Castilla, Leán
(1103-1157)
Berenguela Raimundo de Barcelona
(-1148)
Alfonso I "O Conquistador" Henriques Rey de Portugal
(1110-)
Matilda de Maurienne de Savoy
(Cir 1125-1157)
Ferdinand II Alfonsez Rey de León
(1137-1188)
Urraca Alfonsez Princesa de Portugal y Reina de España
(Abt 1150-1188)

Alfonso IX el Barboro" Fernández Rey de León y Castile, `The Slobberer'
(1171-1230)

 

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Berenguela Alfonsez Reina de Castilla

Alfonso IX el Barboro" Fernández Rey de León y Castile, `The Slobberer'

  • Born: 15 Aug 1171, Zamora, León, Iberia
  • Marriage: Berenguela Alfonsez Reina de Castilla in Dec 1197 in Valencia, España
  • Died: 24 Sep 1230, Villanueva de Sarriá, Lugo, España at age 59

bullet  Noted events in his life and other information:

• Dates & Events:
--1171–1230, Spanish king of León (1188–1230), son and successor of Ferdinand II.
--He conquered from the Moors several cities in Estremadura and was frequently at war with Alfonso VIII of Castile.
--His marriages with Teresa of Portugal and Berenguela of Castile were both annulled by the pope.
--He defeated (1230) the Moors at Mérida. His son by Berenguela, Ferdinand III, reunited (1230) León and Castile.


The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. Copyright © 2004 Columbia University Press.

• Coranation: 1188.

• Titles:
King of León in Iberian peninsula, between 1188 & 1230


Alfonso married Berenguela Alfonsez Reina de Castilla, daughter of Alfonso VIII Sánchez Rey de Castile and Eleanor Plantagenêt Princess of England, Queen de Castila, in Dec 1197 in Valencia, España. The marriage ended in divorce. (Berenguela Alfonsez Reina de Castilla was born in Aug 1181 in Segovia, Castilla, España and died on 8 Nov 1244 in Las Huelgas, Castile, España.)


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