Alfonso of Aragon
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- Alfonso of Aragon, Duke of Bisceglie and Prince of Salerno of the House of Trastámara, was the illegitimate son of Alfonso II King of Naples and his mistress Trogia Gazzela. His father, cousin of Ferdinand II King of Aragon, abdicated in favour of his legitimate son Ferdinand II of Naples.
- Alfonso of Aragon: Alfonso was the son of James I of Aragon and Eleanor.
- also known as Alfons d'Aragó
- born in (787 years ago), child of James I of Aragon
- died in (756 years ago)
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Alfonso of Aragon renewed the war against the Moors ...
The kings of France and Aragon both lay claim to the crown of Naples, the former as representing the house of Anjou, which had reigned there till the accession of Alfonso of Aragon, the latter as the legitimate heir of Alfonso himself, who had ...
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King Alfonso of Aragon and Navarre bestowed wealth upon them, and by the end of the twelfth century they had 30,000 members – most of them French. In 1307, at the instigation of King Philip IV of France, the French Templars were ...
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