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What accomplishments did Isabella the 1st make?


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2009-03-22 15:16:40
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Isabella of Castile and Ferdinand of Aragon had a joint rule over Spain for 35 years. During this time she was able to gain control of Granada, ending the 'Reconquista', expel the Jews and Muslims from Spain, and successfully patronize Christopher Columbus.


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