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Domus Aragonensis et Barcinonensis

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  • James I the Conqueror, King of Aragon (1208 - 1276)
    Jaime I de Aragón De Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre Have alook at History Video of Jaume 1 Jaime I de Aragón (Montpellier, 2 de febrero de 1208 - Alcira, 27 de julio de 1276) fue re...
  • Violante de Aragón, reina consorte de Castilla (c.1236 - 1301)
    Violante de Aragón y Hungría De Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre nacio en Junio 8 1236 Violante de Aragón y Hungría (Zaragoza, 1236 – Roncesvalles, Navarra 1300/1...
  • Raymond Bérenger IV, comte de Provence (c.1198 - 1245)
    Ramon Berenguer IV (1195 – 19 August 1245), Count of Provence and Forcalquier, was the son of Alfonso II of Provence and Garsenda of Sabran, heiress of Forcalquier. After his father's death ...
  • Federigo II di Aragona, re di Sicilia (1272 - 1337)
    Federico King of Sicily Born: 1272 - Of, Valencia, Valencia, Spain Died: 25 Jun 1337 - , Palermo, Sicily, Italy Frederick III of Sicily From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Frederick II or...
  • Alfonso IV el Benigno, rey de Aragón (1299 - 1336)
    Rey de Aragón. Segundogénito de Jaime II y de Blanca de Anjou , accedió al trono por renuncia de su hermano mayor, Jaime. Reinó entre 1327 y 1336. En el terreno internaciona...

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.