Beatriz de Lauria, Señora de Cocentaina (1275 - 1334) MP

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Nicknames: "Señora de Cocentaina"
Death: Died
Occupation: Señora de Cocentaina
Managed by: Enrique Maria Algorta
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About Beatriz de Lauria, Señora de Cocentaina

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Additional Information for Dª Beatriz /De Lauria/ Notes (1)

Por este casamiento no solo adquirieron sus descendientes el derecho de a las Villas de Concentaína y Planes que fueron del Almirante Roger Lauria, sino también usaron de las Reales Armas de Aragón unidas al León Regio de su varonía y orladas con los ochos escudos de la Casa de Vidaurre, por la Reina Doña Teresa de Gil Vidaurre, mujer del Rey Don Jaime El Conquistador, de quienes era bisnieta legítima la dicha Doña Beatriz. Citing This Record

"Pedigree Resource File," database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/398C-J2B : accessed 2014-02-17), entry for Dª Beatriz /De Lauria/.

By this marriage not only acquired their descendants the right Villas of the plans that were Concentaina and Admiral Roger Lauria, but also used the Royal Arms of Aragon connected to Leon Regio his barony and fringed with eight coats of House Vidaurre, by Queen Vidaurre Teresa Gil, wife of Don King Jaime El Conquistador, who was the legitimate granddaughter said Doña Beatriz.

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http://www.melia.com/en/hotels/spain/alicante-costa-blanca/the-level-at-melia-villaitana/symbolic-buildings.html PAPA MAMBO FAÇADE The palace of the Counts of Cocentaina (Alicante province. Spain) is a civil building in Gothic- Renaissance style. Built on an old Muslim building from the 12th century The first Gothic building was built in the second half of the 13th century by the great Admiral of the Catalan Aragon crown, Roger de Lauria, first feudal lord of the village of Cocentaina In the second half of the 15th century when Cocentaina became a county and owned by the Corella family major renovation and expansion work was carried out to give it the appearance we see today