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Juana Manuel de Castilla (¿?, 1339 - Salamanca, 1381). Infanta de Castilla. Era hija de la unión del todopoderoso infante Juan Manuel de Castilla y de Blanca Núñez de Lara, perteneciente al Linaje La Cerda. Por parte de su padre descendía de Fernando III el Santo y, por su madre de Alfonso X el Sabio.

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En 1350, contrajo matrimonio con Enrique de Trastámara (1334 - 1379), hijo bastardo de Alfonso XI el Justiciero. Este matrimonio fue auspiciado por su influyente suegra, Leonor Núñez de Guzmán , ya que, muerto el hermano de Juana, ésta se convertía en esos momentos en la mayor heredera castellana, y como hija de Juan Manuel, legitimaba los derechos de su marido al trono castellano. De este matrimonio nacieron:

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Juan (1358 - 1390), sucesor de su padre con el nombre de Juan I; Leonor (1362 - 1415), casada con Carlos III de Navarra; Juana (1367 - 1374). Acompañó y apoyó a su marido en sus empresas contra su medio-hermano Pedro I el Cruel, participando en la defensa de Gijón (1353) o en la rebelión nobiliaria de Toro, donde los rebeldes se reunieron en 1354 contra el rey. Fue proclamada , junto a su marido Enrique II de Castilla, reina de Castilla en 1366. Sin embargo, la victoria de su cuñado Pedro sobre Enrique II en la Batalla de Najera (1367), le obligó a marchar a Francia junto con su marido. En mayo de aquel mismo año regresan para tomar parte en el sitio y la toma de Toledo.

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Tras el drama de Montiel, fue nuevamente proclamada reina, cargo que mantuvo hasta su muerte.

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-------------------- Juana Manuel de Villena y Fernández de Lara De Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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Juana Manuel de Castilla (¿?, 1339 - Salamanca, 1381). Infanta de Castilla. Era hija de la unión del todopoderoso infante Juan Manuel de Castilla y de Blanca Núñez de Lara, perteneciente al Linaje La Cerda. Por parte de su padre descendía de Fernando III el Santo y, por su madre de Alfonso X el Sabio.

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En 1350, contrajo matrimonio con Enrique de Trastámara (1334 - 1379), hijo bastardo de Alfonso XI el Justiciero. Este matrimonio fue auspiciado por su influyente suegra, Leonor Núñez de Guzmán , ya que, muerto Fernando Manuel, el hermano mayor de Juana, ésta se convertía en esos momentos en la mayor heredera castellana, y como hija de Juan Manuel, legitimaba los derechos de su marido al trono castellano. De este matrimonio nacieron:

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Juan (1358 - 1390), sucesor de su padre con el nombre de Juan I; Leonor (1362 - 1415), casada con Carlos III de Navarra; Juana (1367 - 1374). Acompañó y apoyó a su marido en sus empresas contra su medio-hermano Pedro I el Cruel, participando en la defensa de Gijón (1353) o en la rebelión nobiliaria de Toro, donde los rebeldes se reunieron en 1354 contra el rey. Fue proclamada , junto a su marido Enrique II de Castilla, reina de Castilla en 1366. Sin embargo, la victoria de su cuñado Pedro sobre Enrique II en la Batalla de Nájera (1367), le obligó a marchar a Francia junto con su marido. En mayo de aquel mismo año regresan para tomar parte en el sitio y la toma de Toledo.

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Tras el drama de Montiel, fue nuevamente proclamada reina, cargo que mantuvo hasta su muerte.

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-------------------- Juana Manuel of Castile From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Juana Manuel of Castile (1339 — 27 March 1381) was from 1369 the Queen consort of Castile. She also was the heiress of Escalon, Villena, Penafiel and Lara as well as the sovereign lady ("senora soberana") of Biscay (the Basque country). She was the daughter of the Infante Juan Manuel of Castile (1282-1349) and his second wife Blanca Núñez de Lara de La Cerda. Her mother Blanca (d 1347) was a descendant of sovereign Lords of Vizcaya (the Basque country) and of the Lara and of Alfonso X's eldest son (Fernando de La Cerda). Her elder half-sister Constance of Penafiel (who died in 1345 when Juana was just about 5 years old) was queen consort of Portugal. On 27 July 1350 she married don Enrique (1333-79), eldest of the illegitimate sons of Alfonso XI of Castile, who in 1369 became King Henry II of Castile, after he deposed his half-brother to take the throne. They had the following children: King John I of Castile (1358 – 1390) Eleanor, Infanta of Castile (died 1416) Juana, Infanta of Castile In 1361 (at the death of her teenage niece Blanca[citation needed], daughter of her full brother Fernando who himself had died in c 1350 without other children) she inherited Villena, Escalona and Penafiel. From her cousin, she also inherited Lara and Vizcaya (Basque country). In 1369, she became queen of Castile and Leon. When she in 1381 died and left her inheritance to her son, Vizcaya finally was united to Castile, and ultimately to Spain. The Basque people remember her for that.

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