Juan Ponce Enrile (born February 14, 1924) Juan Flavier (June 23, 1935–October 30, 2014) Juan Luna (October 23, 1857–December 7, 1899) Juan Nakpil (1899–1986) Juan Miguel Zubiri (born April 13, 1969) Juan Rodrigo (born January 9, 1961) Juancho Trivino (born April 13, 1993) Julian Estrada (born January 15, 1996)
The 21 May 1380 agreement stipulated that the wedding would be celebrated when the 3-year-old prince reached the age of 14. It also established the succession. If Beatrice died before the marriage and her father had no more legitimate offspring, the throne would pass to John I of Castile, but if she died after her marriage and without any descendants, it would go to her widower.
Spanish nobles are persons who possess the legal status of hereditary nobility according to the laws and traditions of the Spanish monarchy and historically also those who held personal nobility as bestowed by one of the three highest orders of knighthood of the Kingdom, namely the Order of the Golden Fleece, the Order of Charles III and the Order of Isabella the Catholic.
324: en Roma , el papa Silvestre I consagra la Archibasílica del Salvador y de los santos Juan Bautista y Juan Evangelista. 694: en el Reino visigodo de Toledo (España) se realiza el XVII Concilio de Toledo. El rey Égica acusa a los judíos de ayudar a los musulmanes, y los sentencia a la esclavitud.
To secure the succession of the throne of Portugal, the Portuguese Cortes on 2 April 1383 in Salvaterra de Magos covenanted marriage between Beatrice and John I of Castile, with the stipulation that upon the death of Ferdinand I, with no issue of sons, the crown would pass to Beatrice, and her husband become titular king of Portugal.
Ferdinand II d'Aragon dit le Catholique, en castillan Fernando II el Católico, en catalan Ferran el Catòlic, né le 10 mai 1452 à Sos (aujourd’hui Sos del Rey Católico) et mort le 23 janvier 1516 à Madrigalejo, est par son mariage avec Isabelle de Castille roi de Castille et León de 1474 à 1504 sous le nom de Ferdinand V, roi d'Aragon, de Valence, de Majorque, de Sardaigne et de ...
Juan Pablo de Lojendio y Pardo-Manuel de Villena: 2006 Duke of Arión: 1725 1725 Joaquín Fernández de Córdoba y Hohenlohe-Langenburg: 2014 Duke of Arjona: 1902 1902 Cayetano Martínez de Irujo y FitzJames-Stuart: 2013 Duke of Atrisco: 1708 1708 Adelaida Barón y Carral: 2004 Duke of Aveyro: 1681 1681 Luis Jaime de Carvajal y Salas: 1965