Elisabeth Beatrix von Hohenstaufen, Königin von Kastilien und León (1205 - 1235) MP

‹ Back to von Hohenstaufen surname

View Elisabeth Beatrix von Hohenstaufen, Königin von Kastilien und León's complete profile:

  • See if you are related to Elisabeth Beatrix von Hohenstaufen, Königin von Kastilien und León
  • Request to view Elisabeth Beatrix von Hohenstaufen, Königin von Kastilien und León's family tree

Share

Related Projects

Nicknames: "Beatriz de Suabia", "Elizabeth von Hohenstaufen", "Beatriz", "of Swabia", "(called Beatriz de Suabia in Spanish)", "reina consorte de Castilla y León", "Elisabeth von Hohenstaufen", "Königin von Kastilien und León (Geni Tree Match)"
Place of Burial: Sevilla, Espana
Birthplace: Schwaben, Kelheim, Bayern, Germany
Death: Died in Toro, Zamora, Castilla-Leon, Spain
Occupation: Princess of Suavia, Queen of Castilla, aka Beatriz de Suabia, Reina de Castilla y de León entre 1220 y 1235. Fue hija de Felipe, Duque de Suabia y Rey de Romanos, y de Irene Ángelo, nacida ésta de Isaac II Ángelo, Emperador de Constantinopla., Reina
Managed by: Dominique Robson
Last Updated:

About Elisabeth Beatrix von Hohenstaufen, Königin von Kastilien und León

Elisabeth of Hohenstaufen

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elisabeth_of_Hohenstaufen

Elisabeth of Hohenstaufen (called Beatriz de Suabia in Spanish) (1203 – 5 November 1235 in Toro, Spain), Queen of Castile 1219-1235, Queen of Leon 1230–1235. She was the fourth daughter of Philip, Duke of Swabia and King of Germany, and Irene Angelina, daughter of Emperor Isaac II Angelos of the Byzantine Empire.

After the death of her father Philip, she became the ward of her cousin, Frederick, King of Sicily (later Emperor Frederick II); he later married her to Ferdinand III, King of Castile and Leon (called the Saint). The marriage was celebrated at the end of November of 1219 or 1220 in the Royal Monastery of San Zoilo in Carrión de los Condes (Palencia). In Castile, she was known as Beatriz.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Beatriz de Suabia (1202 - Toro, 1235), Reina de Castilla y de León entre 1220 y 1235. Fue hija de Felipe, Duque de Suabia y Rey de Romanos, y de Irene Ángelo, nacida ésta de Isaac II Ángelo, Emperador de Constantinopla. Después de la muerte de Felipe estuvo bajo la tutela de Federico II, Sacro Emperador Romano Germánico; éste dio su autorización para un matrimonio con Fernando III, Rey de Castilla y León (llamado el Santo), unión que se concretó a fines de noviembre de 1219 ó 1220 en el Real Monasterio de San Zoilo en Carrión de los Condes (Palencia). De dicha unión nacieron:

Alfonso el Sabio (1221 – 1284). Rey de Castilla y de León con el nombre Alfonso X;

Fadrique (1223 – 1277), ejecutado en secreto por su hermano Alfonso;

Fernando (1225 – 1243/48);

Leonor (1227 – ¿?, murió joven);

Berenguela (1228 – 1288/89), monja en Las Huelgas;

Enrique (1230 – 1304), llamado el Senador;

Felipe (1231 – 1274). Estaba prometido a la iglesia, pero quedó tan prendado de la belleza de Cristina de Noruega (hija de Haakon IV), prometida a uno de sus hermanos, que abandonó sus votos y se casó con ella. No tuvieron hijos;

Sancho (1233 – 1261), Arzobispo de Toledo y Sevilla;

Manuel (1234 – 1283), Señor de Villena;

Maria, murió joven en noviembre de 1235.

Beatriz de Suabia fue sepultada en el Real Monasterio de Santa María la Real de Las Huelgas de Burgos, junto al Rey Enrique I. Su hijo Alfonso trasladó su cuerpo a Sevilla, donde reposaba el de Fernando.

--------------------

Elisabeth of Hohenstaufen

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Elisabeth of Hohenstaufen (called Beatriz de Suabia in Spanish) (1203 – Toro, 1235), Queen of Castile 1219-1235, Queen of Leon 1230–1235. She was daughter of Philip, Duke of Swabia and King of Germany, and Irene Angelina, daughter of Emperor Isaac II Angelos of the Byzantine Empire.

After the death of Philip, she became the ward of her cousin, Frederick, King of Sicily (later Emperor Frederick II); he then married her to Ferdinand III, King of Castile and Leon (called the Saint), the marriage taking place at the end of the November of 1219 or 1220 in the Royal Monastery of San Zoilo in Carrión de los Condes (Palencia). In Castile, she was known as Beatriz.

[edit]Children of Elisabeth and Ferninand

Alfonso X (called the Wise)

Fadrique of Castile

Fernando

Enrique

Felipe. Married Princess Kristina of Norway.

Sancho

Manuel

Leonor

Berenguela.

The Tudense affirms that there was another daughter:

Maria

Elisabeth was buried in the Royal Monastery of Huelgas de Burgos, next to King Enrique I. Her son Alfonso transferred her body to Seville, where that of her husband rested. -------------------- Elisabeth of Hohenstaufen (called Beatriz de Suabia in Spanish) (1203 – Toro, Spain, 1235), Queen of Castile 1219-1235, Queen of Leon 1230–1235. She was daughter of Philip, Duke of Swabia and King of Germany, and Irene Angelina, daughter of Emperor Isaac II Angelos of the Byzantine Empire.

After the death of Philip, she became the ward of her cousin, Frederick, King of Sicily (later Emperor Frederick II); he then married her to Ferdinand III, King of Castile and Leon (called the Saint), the marriage taking place at the end of the November of 1219 or 1220 in the Royal Monastery of San Zoilo in Carrión de los Condes (Palencia). In Castile, she was known as Beatriz.

Elisabeth was buried in the Royal Monastery of Huelgas de Burgos, next to King Enrique I. Her son Alfonso transferred her body to Seville, where that of her husband rested.

-------------------- Elisabeth of Hohenstaufen (called Beatriz de Suabia in Spanish) (1203 – 5 November 1235[1] in Toro, Spain), Queen of Castile 1219-1235, Queen of Leon 1230–1235. She was the fourth daughter of Philip, Duke of Swabia and King of Germany, and Irene Angelina, daughter of Emperor Isaac II Angelos of the Byzantine Empire.

After the death of her father Philip, she became the ward of her cousin, Frederick, King of Sicily (later Emperor Frederick II); he later married her to Ferdinand III, King of Castile and Leon (called the Saint). The marriage was celebrated at the end of November of 1219 or 1220 in the Royal Monastery of San Zoilo in Carrión de los Condes (Palencia). In Castile, she was known as Beatriz.

Children of Elisabeth and Ferdinand:

Alfonso X (called the Wise) (1221–1284) Infante Frederick of Castile (1223–1277) Ferdinand, died without issue. Henry Philip, married Princess Kristina of Norway. Henry "the Senator", Lord of Ecija. Sancho, Archbishop of Toledo from 1251-1261. Manuel Eleanor, died in infancy. Berengaria, nun in Las Huelgas, died in 1279. Lucas de Tuy affirms that there was another daughter: Maria, died in infancy.

Elisabeth was buried in the Royal Monastery of Huelgas de Burgos, next to King Henry I. Her son Alfonso transferred her body to Seville, where that of her husband rested.

References: Charles Cawley, Medieval Lands, Castile

-------------------- See http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/25067072/person/12794562611 --------------------

Decimo Septima generacion de "De La Cerda" (17 De La Cerda) 

El primero de este linaje fue Fernando de La Cerda (¿?, 1275 - ¿?, 1 de junio de 1322). Hijo primogenito de Alfonso de Borgoña,(Alfonso X "el sabio" Rey de Castilla y Leon) y este ultimo es bisnieto de Federico I de Hohenstaufen (Friedrich I, en alemán), llamado Barbarroja por el color de su barba (Barbarossa, en italiano, Rotbart, en alemán); Cerca de Ravensburg, 1122 – Río Saleph, 10 de junio de 1190) fue desde 1147 duque de Suabia con el nombre de Federico III, desde 1152 Rey de los Romanos y a partir de 1155 emperador del Sacro Imperio Romano Germánico.

view all 20

Beatriz de Suabia, reina consorte de Castilla y León's Timeline

1205
1205
Schwaben, Kelheim, Bayern, Germany
1219
November 30, 1219
Age 14
1221
November 23, 1221
Age 16
Toledo, Castille La Mancha, Spain
1223
June 6, 1223
Age 18
Guadalajara, Guadalajara, Castilla-La Mancha, Spain
1226
1226
Age 21
1228
1228
Age 23
1230
March 10, 1230
Age 25
1231
1231
Age 26
1233
1233
Age 28
Of, Toledo, Toledo, Spain
1234
1234
Age 29
Carrión de los Condes, CL, España