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Juana of Castile

1479–1555
Civilization: Hispanic — Castile
   Field of Renown:  monarch — Queen
Era:  Habsburg

Daughter of Isabel, mother of Charles V, and heir to the throne of Castile. Deposed by Ferdinand due to insanity.

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Book Links
Glory and Shame of the Spanish Court  in  The Romance of Spanish History  by  John S.C. Abbott
Domestic Sorrows  in  The Romance of Spanish History  by  John S.C. Abbott
Charles the First  in  A Child's History of Spain  by  John Bonner
Spain Under the Hapsburgs  in  Story of the Greatest Nations: Spain  by  Charles F. Horne
Domestic Troubles  in  Isabella of Castile  by  Oliver Otis Howard

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Queen Joanna with her husband's coffin
 in Story of the Greatest Nations: Spain