List of nicknames of European royalty and nobility: A

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Regnal Name[edit]

    • Alfonso V of Aragon: Alfonso I of Naples, Alfonso II of Mallorca, Alfonso II of Sardinia, Alfonso II of Corsica, Alfonso III of Valencia, Alfonso IV of Barcelona, Alfonso IV of Sicily

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