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This is a list of consorts of the Kingdom of Aragon. In time there has only been one King consort of Aragon, he was Ramon Berenguer IV of Barcelona (married to Petronila of Aragon). Blanche II of Navarre and Philip the Handsome died before their spouses inherited the crown. Many Kings of Aragon had more than one wife; they may have divorced their wife or she might have died.

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Countess consort of Aragón

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Consort Ceased to be Consort Death Spouse
Matrona Aznárez
[1]
Aznar Galíndez I
(Aragón)
 ?  ? 820
repudiated upon father's overthrown and husband's accession
 ? García Galíndez
 ? Iñiguez of Pamplona
[1]
Íñigo Arista of Pamplona
(Íñiguez)
803 820 833
husband's death
 ?
Guldreguda  ?  ?  ? 844
husband's accession
867
husband's death
 ? Galindo Aznárez I
Oneca Garcés of Pamplona
[1]
García Íñiguez of Pamplona
(Íñiguez)
860  ?  ? 893
husband's death
 ? Aznar Galíndez II
Acibella Garcés of Gascony
[1]
García II Sánchez of Gascony
(Gascony)
 ?  ? 893
husband's accession
 ? Galindo Aznárez II
Sancha Garcés of Pamplona
[1]
García Jiménez of Pamplona
(Jiménez)
 ? after 905 922
husband's death
 ?
Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Consort Ceased to be Consort Death Spouse

Queen consort of Aragón

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House of Aragon

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Consort Ceased to be Consort Death Spouse
Ermesinda of Bigorre Bernard-Roger of Foix
(Foix-Bigorre)
 ? 22 August 1036 1 December 1049 Ramiro I
Isabel of Urgel Ermengol III of Urgell
(Barcelona)
 ? c. 1065 c. 1071 Sancho I
Felicia of Roucy
[2]
Hilduin III of Roucy
(Roucy)
c. 1050? c. 1076 c. 1094
Agnes of Aquitaine
[2]
William VIII, Duke of Aquitaine
(Ramnulfids)
 ? 1086 4 June 1094
husband's accession
1097 Peter I
Bertha the Italian
[2]
 ?  ? 1097 28 September 1104
husband's death
 ?
UrracaCastile.jpg Urraca of León and Castile
[2][3]
Alfonso VI of León and Castile
(Jiménez)
1078 October 1109 1114
marriage annulled
8 March 1126 Alfonso I
Agnes of Aquitaine William IX, Duke of Aquitaine
(Ramnulfids)
 ? 13 November 1135 13 November 1137
husband abdication
c. 1159 Ramiro II
Raymond Berengar IV of Barcelona in the Liber feudorum maior.jpg Ramon Berenguer IV, Count of Barcelona Ramon Berenguer III, Count of Barcelona
(Barcelona)
c. 1113 1150 6 August 1162 Petronila
Alfons2Aragona-Sancha Liber.jpg Sancha of Castile
[4]
Alfonso VII of Castile
(Anscarids)
September 1154/5 18 January 1174 25 Abril 1196
husband's death
9 November 1208 Alfonso II
Marie of Montpellier
[4][5]
William VIII of Montpellier
(Guilhem)
1182 15 June 1204 18 April 1213 Peter II
Castile Arms.svg Eleanor of Castile
[4][5]
Alfonso VIII of Castile
(Anscarids)
c. 1202 6 Janauary 1221 1230
marriage annulled
c. 1244 James I
Violant d'Hongria (catedral Santiago).jpg Violant of Hungary
[4][6][5][7]
Andrew II of Hungary
(Árpád)
c. 1216 1235 October 1251
Teresa Gil de Vidaure
[4][6][5][7]
 ?  ? 1237? 1252?  ?
Armoiries Manfred de Sicile.svg Constantia of Sicily
[4][6][8]
Manfred of Sicily
(Hohenstaufen)
c. 1249 13 June 1262 27 July 1276
husband's accession
2 November 1285
husband's death
9 April 1302 Peter III
Escudo Corona de Castilla.png Isabella of Castile
[4][6][8]
Sancho IV of Castile
(Anscarids)
c. 1283 1 December 1291 25 April 1295
marriage annulled
c. 1328 James II
Armoiries Charles Robert Hongrie.png Blanche of Anjou
[4][6][8][9]
Charles II of Naples
(Anjou-Sicily)
c. 1280 29 October/1 November 1295 14 October 1310
Armoiries Chypre.svg Maria of Lusignan
[4][6][8][9]
Hugh III of Cyprus
(Lusignan)
c. 1273 27 November 1315 September 1322
Elisenda of Montcada
[4][6][8][9]
Pedro I of Montcada
(Montcada)
c. 1273 25 December 1322 November 1327
husband's death
19 June 1364
Urgell.png Teresa of Entença
[4][6][9]
Gombau of Entenza
(Cabrera)
 ? 10 September 1314 November 1327
husband's accession
c. 1327 Alfonso IV
Escudo Corona de Castilla.png Eleanor of Castile
[4][6][9]
Ferdinand IV of Castile
(Anscarids)
c. 1307 February 1329 24 January 1336
husband's death
c. 1359
Armoiries Evreux Navarre.png Maria of Navarre
[4][6][5][7][9]
Philip III of Navarre
(Évreux)
c. 1329 c. 1338 c. 1347 Peter IV
PortugueseFlag1185.svg Eleanor of Portugal
[4][6][5][7][9]
Afonso IV of Portugal
(Burgundy)
3 February 1328 19 November 1347 29 October 1348
Aragon-Sicily Arms.svg Eleanor of Sicily
[4][6][5][7][9]
Peter II of Sicily
(Barcelona)
c. 1325 27 August 1349 c. 1375
Sibilla de Fortia DarocaSMiguel.jpg Sibila of Fortià
[4][6][5][7][9]
Berenguer of Fortià
(Fortià)
c. 1350 c. 1377 6 January 1387
husband's death
c. 1406
Bar Arms.svg Yolanda of Bar
[4][6][5][7][9]
Robert I, Duke of Bar
(Montbelliard)
c. 1365 c. 1380 6 January 1387
husband's accession
19 May 1396
husband's death
3 July 1431 John I
Maria of Luna
[4][6][5][7][9]
Lope, Lord and 1st Count of Luna and Lord of Segorbe
(Luna)
c. 1358 13 June 1373 19 May 1396
husband's accession
20 December 1406 Martin
Armes Margarida de Prades.jpg Margarida of Prades
[4][6][5][8][7][9]
Pedro of Aragon, Baron of Entenza
(Barcelona)
c. 1395 17 September 1409 31 May 1410
husband's death
c. 1422
Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Consort Ceased to be Consort Death Spouse

House of Trastamara

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Consort Ceased to be Consort Death Spouse
Ferran d'Antequera (Carderera).jpg Eleanor of Alburquerque
[4][6][5][8][7][9]
Sancho of Alburquerque
(Alburquerque-Anscarids)
c. 1374 1393/4 28 June 1412
husband's accession
2 April 1416
husband's death
c. 1435 Ferdinand I
Escudo Corona de Castilla.png Maria of Castile
[4][6][8][10][5][7][9]
Henry III of Castile
(Trastamara)
1 September 1401 12 June 1415 2 April 1416
husband's accession
4 October 1458 Alfonso V
Juana Enríquez
[4][6][2][5][7][9]
Fadrique Enríquez, Count of Melba and Rueda
(Enríquez)
c. 1425 April 1444 4 October 1458
husband's accession
13 February 1468 John II
Isabel la Católica-2.jpg Isabella I of Castile
[4][6][8][10][5][7][9][11]
John II of Castile
(Trastámara)
22 April 1451 19 October 1469 20 January 1479
husband's accession
26 November 1504 Ferdinand II
Germaine de Foix1.jpg Germaine of Foix
[4][6][8][10][5][7][9][11]
John of Foix, Viscount of Narbonne
(Foix-Grailly)
c. 1488 19 October 1505 23 January 1516
husband's death
18 October 1538
Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Consort Ceased to be Consort Death Spouse

Consorts of Claimants against John II, 1462–1472

During the War against John II, there were three who claimed his throne, though this never included the Kingdom of Valencia. One of the three was Peter V of Aragon who remained a bachelor. The others Henry IV of Castile and René of Anjou had wives during their reign as pretenders. The wive of Henry IV was Joan of Portugal, a Portuguese infanta daughter of King Edward of Portugal and his wife Eleanor of Aragon. The first wive of Rene died prior to 1462; his second wife was Jeanne de Laval, a French noblewoman and daughter Guy XIV de Laval, Count of Laval and Isabella of Brittany.

House of Habsburg

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Consort Ceased to be Consort Death Spouse
Tizian 057.jpg Isabella of Portugal
[6][10][7][8][5][9][11][12]
Manuel I of Portugal
(Aviz-Beja)
24 October 1503 11 March 1526 1 May 1539 Charles I
Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Consort Ceased to be Consort Death Spouse

In 1556, the union of the Spanish kingdoms is generally called Spain and Mary I of England (second wife of Philip II) is the first Queen Consort of Spain. Philip II was son of Charles I and Isabella of Portugal.

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d e Also Countess consort of Conflent.
  2. ^ a b c d e Also Queen consort of Navarre.
  3. ^ Also Hispanic Empress consort
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x Also Countess consort of Barcelona.
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q Also Lady of Montpellier.
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v Also Queen consort of Valencia.
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o Also Queen consort of Majorca.
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Also Queen consort of Sicily.
  9. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r Also Queen consort of Sardina and Corsica.
  10. ^ a b c d Also Queen consort of Naples.
  11. ^ a b c Also Queen consort of Upper Navarre.
  12. ^ Also Queen consort of Castile, León, Galicia, and Toledo.

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