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  1. catalina de aragón y castilla, o catalina de trastámara y trastámara ( alcalá de henares, 16 de diciembre de 1485 1 - kimbolton, 7 de enero de 1536) fue reina consorte de inglaterra desde 1509 hasta 1533 como la primera esposa del rey enrique viii y madre de maría i de inglaterra; anteriormente fue princesa de gales por su matrimonio con el …

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    Catherine was born at the Archbishop's Palace of Alcalá de Henares near Madrid, on the early hours of 16 December 1485. She was the youngest surviving child of King Ferdinand II of Aragon and Queen Isabella I of Castile. Catherine was quite short in stature with long red hair, wide blue eyes, a round face, and a fair complexion. She was descended, ...

    Then-15-year-old Catherine departed from A Coruña on 17 August 1501 and met Arthur on 4 November at Dogmersfield in Hampshire. Little is known about their first impressions of each other, but Arthur did write to his parents-in-law that he would be "a true and loving husband" and told his parents that he was immensely happy to "behold the face of hi...


    Catherine's second wedding took place on 11 June 1509, seven years after Prince Arthur's death. She married Henry VIII, who had only just acceded to the throne, in a private ceremony in the church of the Observant Friars outside Greenwich Palace. She was 23 years of age.


    On Saturday 23 June 1509, the traditional eve-of-coronation procession to Westminster was greeted by a large and enthusiastic crowd. As was the custom, the couple spent the night before their coronation at the Tower of London. On Midsummer's Day, Sunday, 24 June 1509, Henry VIII and Catherine were anointed and crowned together by the Archbishop of Canterbury at a lavish ceremony at Westminster Abbey. The coronation was followed by a banquet in Westminster Hall. Many new Knights of the Bath we...


    On 11 June 1513, Henry appointed Catherine Regent in England with the titles "Governor of the Realm and Captain General," while he went to France on a military campaign.When Louis d'Orléans, Duke of Longueville, was captured at Thérouanne, Henry sent him to stay in Catherine's household. She wrote to Wolsey that she and her council would prefer the Duke to stay in the Tower of London as the Scots were "so busy as they now be" and she added her prayers for "God to sende us as good lukke agains...

    In 1525, Henry VIII became enamoured of Anne Boleyn, a lady-in-waiting to Queen Catherine; Anne was between ten and seventeen years younger than Henry, being born between 1501 and 1507. Henry began pursuing her; Catherine was no longer able to bear children by this time. Henry began to believe that his marriage was cursed and sought confirmation fr...

    Upon returning to Dover from a meeting with King Francis I of France in Calais, Henry married Anne Boleyn in a secret ceremony. Some sources speculate that Anne was already pregnant at the time (and Henry did not want to risk a son being born illegitimate) but others testify that Anne (who had seen her sister Mary Boleyn taken up as the king's mist...

    Catherine was a member of the Third Order of Saint Francisand she was punctilious in her religious obligations in the Order, integrating without demur her necessary duties as queen with her personal piety. After the annulment, she was quoted "I would rather be a poor beggar's wife and be sure of heaven, than queen of all the world and stand in doub...

    In her youth, Catherine was described as "the most beautiful creature in the world" and that there was "nothing lacking in her that the most beautiful girl should have". Thomas Moreand Lord Herbert would reflect later in her lifetime that in regard to her appearance "there were few women who could compete with the Queen [Catherine] in her prime."

    The controversial book The Education of a Christian Woman by Juan Luis Vives, which claimed women have the right to an education, was dedicated to and commissioned by her. Such was Catherine's impression on people, that even her enemy, Thomas Cromwell, said of her "If not for her sex, she could have defied all the heroes of History." She successful...

  2. Catalina d'Aragón, ( 16 d'avientu [ [ (Gregorianu) ]], Alcalá de Henares – 7 de xineru de 1536 , Castillo de Kimbolton (es) ) foi Reina d'Inglaterra dende 1509 hasta 1533 como la primer esposa del rei Enrique VIII y madre de María I d'Inglaterra; enantes foi princesa de Gales como esposa d'Arturo, príncipe de Gales.

  3. Catalina de Aragón, por un artista anónimo inglés Portrait of Catherine of Aragon alemán Katharina von Aragon Elementos representados en este archivo representa a Catalina de Aragón representación digital de Katherine of Aragon inglés tema principal de la obra Katherine of Aragon inglés Historial del archivo

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  4. 29/05/2021 · English: Catherine of Aragon, princess of Spain, consort queen of Henry VIII of England (1485-1536). Lietuvių: Katerina Aragonietė, Ispanijos princesė, Anglijos karalienė (1485-1536). Catherine of Aragon? See also: Six Wives of Henry VIII.

  5. Biografía Nació en Madrid, el 15 de octubre de 1665. Era hija de Don Fernando de Aragón y Moncada, VIII duque de Montalto, y de Doña María Teresa Fajardo y Álvarez de Toledo, VII marquesa de los Vélez. Catalina ostentó desde su nacimiento el marquesado de Molina, como heredera de la Casa de Fajardo.

  6. Catarina de Aragón Catarina de Aragón, Princesa de España ( 16 de decembro, 1485 - 7 de xaneiro, 1536) foi a primeira raíña consorte de Henrique VIII de Inglaterra. Foi tamén a nai da raíña María I. Catarina, durante a xuventude, foi efusivamente aclamada pola súa beleza e intelixencia.