List of Castilian consorts

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This is a list of the queens consort of the Kingdom of Castile.

It is, in part, a continuation of the list of Asturian consorts and the list of Leonese consorts.

Early Castilian countesses consort[edit]

House of Fernán González[edit]

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Consort Ceased to be Consort Death Spouse
Sancha Sánchez of Pamplona Sancho I of Pamplona
(Jiménez)
- c. 932 c. 944
husband's imprisonment
December 959 Fernán González

House of Ansúrez[edit]

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Consort Ceased to be Consort Death Spouse
Gontroda Nuñez - - - c. 944
husband's nomination as regent
c. 947
husband's removal as regent
- Ansur Fernández

House of Fernán González[edit]

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Consort Ceased to be Consort Death Spouse
Sancha Sánchez of Pamplona Sancho I of Pamplona
(Jiménez)
- May 932 – August 935 c. 947
husband's reinstatement
aft. 4 December 959 Fernán González
Urraca Garces of Pamplona García Sánchez I of Pamplona
(Jiménez)
- bef. 5 May 964 bef. 1 March 970
husband's death
bef. 1008
Ava of Ribagorza Raymond II, Count of Ribagorza
(Pallars-Ribagorza)
- - 970 or after - - García Fernández
Urraca Gómez Gómez Díaz, Count of Saldaña
(Banu Gomez)
- c. 995 c. 995 1017
husband's death
1039 Sancho García
Sancha I de León 03.jpg Sancha of León Alfonso V of León
(Beni Alfons)
1013 November–December 1032 4 September 1037
became queen
27 November 1067 Ferdinand I

Royal consorts of Castile[edit]

House of Jiménez[edit]

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Consort Ceased to be Consort Death Spouse
Sancha I de León 03.jpg Sancha of León
[1][2][3]
Alfonso V of León
(Beni Alfons)
1013 November–December 1032 4 September 1037
husband's ascession as king
24 June 1065
husband's death
27 November 1067 Ferdinand I
Alberta
[2][3][4]
- - late 1070/before 26 March 1071 7 October 1072
husband's death
- Sancho II
Agnes of Aquitaine
[1][2][3][4]
William VIII, Duke of Aquitaine
(Ramnulfids)
1059 1069 or late 1073/early 1074 7 October 1072
husband's ascension
or
late 1073/early 1074
marriage
after 22 May 1077
divorce or death
1077 or 1093 or after 1109 Alfonso VI
Constance of Burgundy
[1][2][3][4]
Robert I, Duke of Burgundy
(Burgundy)
1045 December 1079 or 8 May 1080 25 July/25 October 1093
Bertha
[1][2][3]
- - December 1094 or April 1095 1099–1100
Isabel
[1][2][3][5]
- - 1100, before 14 May 1107, after 14 May
Beatrice
[1][2][3]
- - April/May 1108 1 July 1109
husband's death
-
Alifonso I d'Aragón.jpg Alfonso I of Aragon
[1][2][3]
Sancho Ramírez of Aragon and Navarre
(Jiménez)
1073/1074 October 1109 1115
marriage annulled
7 September 1134 Urraca

House of Burgundy[edit]

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Consort Ceased to be Consort Death Spouse
Berenguela of Barcelona.jpg Berenguela of Barcelona
[1][2][3]
Ramon Berenguer III, Count of Barcelona
(Barcelona)
1116 November 1128 15/31 January 1149 Alfonso VII
Richeza of Poland
[1][2][3]
Władysław II the Exile
(Piast)
1130/1140 October/December 1152 21 August 1157
husband's death
16 June 1185
Blanche of Navarre
Queen of Nájera
or
junior Queen of Castile
García Ramírez of Navarre
(Jiménez)
1137 30 January 1151 12 August 1156 Sancho III
Picture Coat of Arms Name Father Birth Marriage Became Consort Ceased to be Consort Death Spouse
EleonoraofEngland.jpg Royal Arms of England (1198-1340).svg Leonora of England
[6]
Henry II of England
(Plantagenet)
13 October 1162 September 1177 5 October 1214
husband's death
31 October 1214 Alfonso VIII
014 Arouca.jpg Armoiries Portugal 1180.svg Mafalda of Portugal
[6]
Sancho I of Portugal
(Burgundy)
1194/7 1215, before 29 August 1216
marriage dissolved
1 May 1256 Henry I
BetaHohenstauf.jpg Coat of Arms of Beatriz of Swabia as Queen of Castile.svg Beatriz of Swabia
[2][3][6]
Philip of Swabia
(Hohenstaufen)
March/May 1205 November 1219 5 November 1235 Ferdinand III
Coat of Arms of Jeanne of Dammartin as Queen of Castile.svg Jeanne of Dammartin
[2][3][6]
Simon of Dammartin
(Dammartin)
1220 1237, before 20 November 30 May 1252
husband's death
16 March 1279
ViolantaAragonska.jpg Coat of Arms of Violant of Aragon as Queen of Castile.svg Violant of Aragon
[2][3][6]
James I of Aragon
(Barcelona)
1236 26 December 1246 30 May 1252
husband's ascession
4 April 1284
husband's death
1301 Alfonso X
MariaDeMolina.png Coat of Arms of Mary of Molina as Queen of Castile.svg María of Molina
[2][3][6]
Alfonso of Leon, Lord of Molina
(Anscarids)
1264/1265 July 1281/1282 4 April 1284
husband's ascession
25 April 1295
husband's death
1 July 1321 Sancho IV
Coat of Arms of Constance and Mary of Portugal as Queens of Castile.svg Constance of Portugal
[2][3][6]
Denis of Portugal
(Burgundy)
3 January 1290 23 January 1302 7 September 1312
husband's death
18 November 1313 Ferdinand IV
Coat of Arms of Constance of Peñafiel as Queen of Castile.svg Constance of Peñafiel
[2][3][6]
Juan Manuel of Castile, Prince of Villena
(Anscarids)
1315–1323 28 November 1325 1327/1328
marriage annulled
13 November 1345 Alfonso XI
align="center"|MariaPortugal.jpg Coat of Arms of Constance and Mary of Portugal as Queens of Castile.svg Maria of Portugal
[2][3][6]
Afonso IV of Portugal
(Burgundy)
9 February 1313 24 June/September 1328 26/27 March 1350
husband's death
18 January 1357
Coat of Arms of Blanca of Bourbon as Queen of Castile.svg Blanca of Bourbon
[2][3][6]
Peter I, Duke of Bourbon
(Bourbon)
end 1339 3 July 1353 14 May/31 July 1361 Peter

House of Trastámara[edit]

Picture Coat of Arms Name Father Birth Marriage Became Consort Ceased to be Consort Death Spouse
Juana Manuel.png Coat of Arms of Juana Manuel as Queen of Castile.svg Juana Manuel of Castile
[2][3][6]
Juan Manuel of Castile, Prince of Villena
(Anscarids)
1339 27 July 1350 23 March 1369
husband's ascession
29 May 1379
husband's death
27 March 1381 Henry II
Sepulcro de la reina Leonor de Aragón, esposa de Juan I, rey de Castilla y León, y madre de Enrique III de Castilla y León, y de Fernando I el de Antequera, rey de Aragón. Catedral de Toledo.jpg Coat of Arms of Eleanor of Aragon as Queen of Castile.svg Eleanor of Aragon
[2][3][6]
Peter IV of Aragon
(Barcelona)
20 January 1358 18 June 1375 29 May 1379
husband's ascession
13 August 1382 John I
Coat of Arms of Beatrice of Portugal.svg Beatrice of Portugal
[2][3][6]
Ferdinand I of Portugal
(Burgundy)
9 December 1372 17 May 1383 9 October 1390
husband's death
8 March 1408
Catalina-de-Lancaster.jpg Coat of Arms of Catherine of Lancaster, Queen Consort of Castile.svg Catherine of Lancaster
[2][3][6]
John of Gaunt, 1st Duke of Lancaster
(Lancaster)
31 March 1373 17 September 1388 9 October 1390
husband's ascession
25 December 1406
husband's death
2 June 1418 Henry III
Monasterio de Santa María de Huerta - Claustro plateresco - Medallones 06.jpg Arms of Maria of Aragon, Queen of Castile.svg Maria of Aragon
[2][3][6]
Ferdinand I of Aragon
(Trastamara)
1396 1418 or 4 August 1420 18 February 1445 John II
Coat of Arms of Isabella of Portugal, Queen Consort of Castile.svg Isabella of Portugal
[2][3][6]
John, Constable of Portugal
(Aviz)
1428 22 July 1447 20 July 1454
husband's death
15 August 1496
Coat of Arms of Joan of Portugal as Queen of Castile.svg Joan of Portugal
[2][3][6]
Edward of Portugal
(Aviz)
20 March 1439 21 May 1455 11 December 1474
husband's death
12 December 1475 Henry IV

Ferdinand II of Aragon (1452–1516), husband of Queen Isabella of Castille, and Philip of Habsburg (1478–1506), husband of Queen Joanna of Castile, were kings of the Crown of Castile.

House of Habsburg[edit]

Picture Coat of Arms Name Father Birth Marriage Became Consort Ceased to be Consort Death Spouse
Tizian 057.jpg Coat of Arms of Isabella of Portugal, Holy Roman Empress and Queen Consort of Spain.svg Isabella of Portugal
[2][3][6][7]
Manuel I of Portugal
(Aviz)
24 October 1503 11 March 1526 1 May 1539 Charles I

At 1556, the union of the Spanish kingdoms is generally called Spain and Mary I of England (second wife of Philip II) is listed as the first Queen consort of Spain.

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i also Hispanic Empress consort
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z also Queen consort of Leon
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z also Queen consort of Galicia
  4. ^ a b c also Queen consort of Portugal
  5. ^ Either she was of French origins (perhaps Burgundian), she was Zaida of Seville, or there were two successive queens named Isabel, first, French, second Zaida.
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r also Queen consort of Toledo
  7. ^ Also Queen consort of Aragon, Valencia, Majorca, Upper Navarre, Sicily, Naples, Sardinia and Corsica; Countess of Barcelona.

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