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About Leonor de Castilla y León, infanta de Castilla y León

Leonor de Trastámara (¿?, 1350 - Pamplona, 1415). Infanta de Castilla, reina consorte de Navarra, desde 1403, e hija de Enrique II el de las Mercedes y de la infanta Juana Manuel.

A la muerte de su padre heredó un importante señorío entre Roa y Sepúlveda, lo que le proporcionó un importante poderío. Fracasó un plan para casarse con Fernando I de Portugal en 1371, y en 1373 fue prometida al futuro Carlos III de Navarra, el Noble. Se casaron el 27 de mayo de 1375. En febrero de 1388 se separaron, tornando a la corte castellana. Tras varias negociaciones para que volviera en la que Leonor refería que en Navarra sufría malos tratos, Carlos III consiguió la entrega de su hija mayor Juana, para ser educada y jurada como heredera.

De esta unión nacieron:

Blanca (1385/91 - 1441), futura Blanca I, reina de Navarra Juana[cita requerida] (¿? - ¿?), que sería esposa de Luis de Beaumont, para cuyo matrimonio creó el condado de Lerín. María (¿? - ¿?) Margarita (¿? - ¿?), Beatriz (c. 1392 - Olite, 14 de diciembre de 1407), casada con Jaime II de La Marche, Isabel (¿? - ¿?), Carlos (¿? - ¿?), Principe de Viana, Carlos (¿?- ¿?), Principe de Viana. Leonor participó de forma activa en las intrigas en Castilla cuando su sobrino Enrique III el Doliente era menor de edad. Cuando paso a mayoría de edad, y dado que los enfrentamientos eran más intensos, fue devuelta a Navarra en marzo de 1395. A partir de entonces la relación de los esposos fue buena, siendo coronada en Pamplona en 1403, participando en el gobierno en ausencia de su esposo y colaborando en el entendimiento entre el reino de Navarra y la Corona de Castilla.

Predecesor: Juana de Valois Reina Consorte de Navarra 1387-1415 Sucesor: Juan II de Aragón

-------------------- Eleanor of Castile (d. 1416) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Eleanor of Castile (after 1363 – 27 February 1416) was an infanta of Castile and the Queen consort of Navarre.

She was the daughter of King Henry II of Castile and his wife, Juana Manuel of Castile, from a cadet branch of the Castilian royal house. She married King Charles III of Navarre. Of eight children, only two survived their father: Blanche I of Navarre, wife of Juan II of Aragon, and Isabella de Navarre, wife of Jean IV d'Armagnac. Another daughter, Beatrice of Navarre, wife of James II, Count of La Marche, who predeceased her father, left progeny which survived him.

-------------------- Eleanor of Castile (after 1363 – 27 February 1416) was an infanta of Castile and the Queen consort of Navarre.

Castilian and Leonese royalty House of Trastámara


Henry II Children include

  John I 
  Eleanor, Queen of Navarre 

John I Children include

  Henry III 
  Ferdinand I of Aragon, Valencia and Sicily 

Henry III and II of Leon Children include

  John II 
  Maria, Queen of Aragon, Valencia, Sicily and Naples 

John II Children include

  Henry IV 
  Isabella I 
  Alfonso, Prince of Asturias 

Henry IV and III of Leon Children

  Joan, Queen of Portugal 

Isabella I with Ferdinand V Children

  Isabella, Queen of Portugal 
  John, Prince of Asturias 
  Joanna the Mad 
  Maria, Queen of Portugal 
  Catherine, Queen of England 

Joanna


She was the daughter of King Henry II of Castile and his wife, Juana Manuel of Castile, from a cadet branch of the Castilian royal house. Eleanor was a member of the House of Trastámara

[edit] Marriage She married King Charles III of Navarre, the marriage put an end to the conflicts between Castile and Navarre. The couple had eight children, only daughters survived to adulthood so their eldest, Blanche succeeded Charles.

Charles and Eleanor's children were:

Blanche I of Navarre (1385/91-1441), married John II of Aragon, became Queen of Navarre and had issue Isabella of Navarre (1395-1435/50), married in 1419 to John IV of Armagnac, had issue and they were great great grandparents of Henry IV of France Beatrix of Navarre (1392-1412), married to James II, Count of La Marche and had issue Joanna of Navarre (1382-1413), married Louis of Beaumont Mary of Navarre (1388-1425), died unmarried and childless Margaret (1390-1403), died unmarried and childless Charles (1397-1402), Prince of Viana, but died young Louis (1402), Prince of Viana, but died young Only two of their children, Blanche and Isabella outlived their father, the rest died young but they did not all die in childhood.

Eleanor died on 27 February 1416, aged 53 and had outlived six of her eight children.

[edit] Ancestors Eleanor's ancestors in three generations

       Ferdinand IV of Castile 
 
 Alfonso XI of Castile     
   
   Constance of Portugal 
 
 Henry II of Castile     
   
   Pedro Núñez de Guzmán 
 
 Eleanor of Guzman     
   
   Juana Ponce de León 
 

Eleanor of Castile

 
   Juan Manuel, Lord of Villena 
 
 Juan Manuel, Duke of Peñafiel     
   
   Beatrice of Savoy 
 
 Juana Manuel of Castile     
   
   Fernando de la Cerda 
 
 Blanca de La Cerda y Lara     
   
   Juana Núñez de Lara 
 

[edit] Sources Leonor de Castilla, infanta de Castilla Translated article from Spanish Wikipedia Preceded by Joanna of France Queen consort of Navarre 1387 – 1416 Succeeded by Agnes of Cleves Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eleanor_of_Castile,_Queen_of_Navarre" Categories: 14th-century births | 1416 deaths | Spanish nobility | House of Trastamara | Navarrese royal consorts | Women of medieval Spain | 14th-century Spanish people | 15th-century Spanish peopleViews ArticleDiscussionEdit this pageHistoryPersonal tools Try BetaLog in / create accountNavigation Main page Contents Featured content Current events Random article Search

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1363
1363
1375
May 27, 1375
Age 12
1385
1385
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Pamplona, Navarre, Navarre, Spain
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Spain
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of, Pamplona, Navarra, Spain
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1388
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of, Pamplona, Navarra, Spain
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1392
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1395
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of, Pamplona, Navarra, Spain
1397
August 15, 1397
Age 34
Of, Pamplona, Navarra