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Who was the King of Spain in 1450?


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2008-10-29 14:47:02
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In 1450 Spain did not exist as a political entity. Its territory was divided in some different Kingdoms. Kings in Spain in 1450: Kingdom of Aragón: Alfonso V (House of Trastámara)
Kingdom of Castilla: Juan II (House of Trastámara)
Kingdom of Navarra: Juan I (House of Evreux)
Nazarí Kingdom of Granada (Muslims): Muhammad IX


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Spain did not exist as a single entity in 1450. What is today Spain, more or less, was divided in 4 kingdoms, whose kings were the following: - Castile, the biggest, covered most of the center and western part of Spain. It was ruled by King John II - Aragon, the second in size, covered the eastern part. It was ruled by King Alfonso V. - Navarre was a tiny kngdom in the western part of the Pyrenees. Its monarch in 1450 was John II (not the same John II of Castile), a son of the king of Aragon. - Granada (though in paper it was an emirate, not a kingdom) was the last Muslim ruled state in the Iberian Peninsula. It covered what is today the south-eastern part of Andalusia. Its king (emir) was Muhammad IX. Granada paid tribute to Castile at this time and was more or less a vassal state of her.

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