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  1. Manuel Felipe Falcó y Osorio, IV Duque de Fernán-Núñez y VIII Marqués de la Mina: 1856: 1927 Cirilo Álvarez Martínez de Velasco: 1807: 1878 Antonio de los Ríos Rosas: 1812: 1873 Óscar II, Rey de Suecia: 1829: 1907 1875: Juan González de la Pezuela y Ceballos, Conde de Cheste: 1809: 1906

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › JuanJuan - Wikipedia

    Juan Ramón Jiménez, Spanish poet who received the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1956; Juan Manuel, Prince of Villena, Spanish medieval writer; Juan Manuel Blanes, Uruguayan painter; Juan Manuel Fangio, Argentine racing driver; Juan Manuel Santos, Colombian President; Juan Marichal, Dominican baseball player; Juan Martín del Potro, Argentine ...

  3. fr.wikipedia.org › wiki › DucDuc — Wikipédia

    Villena : duché créé en 1336 sur la municipalité de Villena, province d'Alicante, communauté de Valence, pour le prince Juan-Manuel de Castille. Rétabli en 1420 pour le prince Enrique d'Aragon. Titre éteint en 1400 avec le 3 e duc, le prince Pedro de Castille. Almeria : duché créé en 1342 pour Franco Asturras de la Silva. Titre éteint.

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › AlbaceteAlbacete - Wikipedia

    Albacete was granted the privilege of town (villa) in 1375 by Don Juan Manuel, prince of Villena, becoming independent from Chinchilla. [11] also being granted a fuero in that time. [12] A century later, in 1476, the Catholic Monarchs rewarded Albacete for supporting the Crown by granting it a licence to hold a market once a week.

  5. On 11 June 1702, the Spanish silver fleet from New Spain left Veracruz under escort of a French squadron commanded by Admiral Château-Renault.The Spanish vessels were commanded by Manuel de Velasco in his armed galleon, the Jesús María y José, one of three ships forming the Armada de Barlovento whose task it was to protect the fleet.

  6. Castillo de Garcia Munoz, 19 September 1327), wife of Juan Manuel, Prince of Villena, nephew of Alfonso X of Castile. John (b. 1304 – d. Pobo, Zaragoza, 19 August 1334). John became the first Archbishop of Toledo and Tarragona in 1318, and Patriarch of Alexandria in 1328. Isabella of Aragon (b. 1305 – d.

  7. Naissance et généalogie. Selon la tradition, Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar est né à Vivar (aujourd'hui Vivar del Cid), petit village à 7 km de Burgos.Il est le fils de Diego Láinez — connu pour avoir conquis les châteaux d'Ubierna, d'Urbel et de La Piedra en Navarre —, et de Teresa Rodriguez, fille de Rodrigo Álvarez et de Teresa Nuñez [7].