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  • Elisabet I, Reina titular de Mallorca (1337 - 1403)
    Isabella of MajorcaFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Isabel of Majorca)Isabella (Catalan: Elisabet) (1337 – 1406) was the last titular Queen of Majorca and Countess of Roussillon a...
  • Jaume IV, Rei de Mallorca (1336 - 1375)
    IV of Majorca (c. 1336 – January 20, 1375) was King of Majorca from 1349 until his death.James was the son of James III of Majorca and Constance of Aragon. His maternal grandparents were Alfonso IV of ...
  • Jaume el Temerari, rei de Mallorca (1315 - 1349)
    III 1324-1343Infante don JAIME de Mallorca, son of Infante don FERNANDO de Mallorca, Prince of Achaia & his first wife Isabelle de Sabran (Catania 15 Apr 1315-killed in battle Lluchmayor 25 Oct 1349). ...
  • Jaume II, rei de Mallorca (1243 - 1311)
    James II of MajorcaFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJames II (Catalan: Jaume) (died 1311) was King of Majorca and Lord of Montpellier from 1243 until his death. He was the second son of James I of ...

Ramon Berenguer IV married Petronila of Aragón, in 1137 which established the dynastic union with Aragón. On his death, their son Alfonso II succeeded to both thrones, uniting Barcelona and Aragon within the Crown of Aragon.