Philip of Castile, Lord of Cabrera and Ribera
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Philip of Castile (Seville, 28 May 1292 – Madrid, April 1327), was an infante of Castile (title given in Spain to the children of the king who are crowned prince). He was a son of Sancho IV of Castile and María de Molina.
He was Lord of Cabrera and Ribera and regent of his nephew Alfonso XI of Castile.
He married his cousin Margarita de la Cerda, daughter of Alfonso de la Cerda.
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