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  • Ramiro III Flavio, rey de León (c.961 - 984)
    Ramiro III (961-985), king of León (966-984), was the son of Sancho the Fat and his successor at the age of only five. During his minority, the regency was in the hands of two nuns: his aunt Elvira Ram...
  • Urraca de León, reina titular de Zamora (c.1033 - c.1103)
    Urraca de Zamora Urraca Fernández (León, 1033 – ibídem, 1101). Infanta de Castilla y León. Hija primogénita de Fernando I de León y de su esposa, la reina Sancha. Heredó la plaza de Zamora tras el ...
  • María de Portugal, reina consorte de Castilla y León (1313 - 1357)
    María de Portugal (¿?, 1313 - Évora, 18 de enero de 1357). Infanta de Portugal y reina de Castilla y de León. Hija de Alfonso IV el Bravo y Beatriz de Castilla. Esposa de Alfonso XI el Justiciero (1311...
  • Elvira Menéndez, reina consorte de León (b. - 1022)
    Elvira Mendes de Melanda (c. 996 - 1022), foi condessa de Portugal e rainha consorte de Leão (1014-1022). Era natural da Galiza e filha de Tutadona Moniz e do conde Mendo Gonçalves, conde do prim...
  • Ordoño III, rey de León (c.926 - 956)
    Ordoño III de León (?, c. 925 - Zamora, 956) fue rey de León desde 951 hasta su muerte. Hijo y sucesor de Ramiro II (931-951) e Adosinda Gutiérrez, se enfrentó a navarros y castellanos, que apoyaban ...

Para las convenciones de nomenclatura, consulte Reinos medievales de Europa Occidental.

The Kingdom of León was an independent kingdom situated in the northwest region of the Iberian Peninsula. It was founded in 910 AD when the Christian princes of Asturias along the northern coast of the peninsula shifted their main seat from Oviedo to the city of León. The County of Portugal separated to become the independent Kingdom of Portugal in 1139 and the eastern, inland part of León was joined to the Kingdom of Castile in 1230.

From 1296 to 1301, the Kingdom of León was again independent and after the reunion with Castile remained a kingdom until 1833, latterly as part of a united Spain. By the R.D. of 30 November 1833, the Kingdom of León was considered one of the Spanish regions and divided into the provinces of León, Zamora and Salamanca. In 1978, León was included with six provinces from Old Castile in the Autonomous Community of Castile and León.

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Ver: Reinos medievales de Europa Occidental

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