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"'''Eleanor of Castile'''" was the name of one queen consort of England (''see below'') and three queens consort of parts of what is now Spain:
 
 
*Eleanor of Castile (1202-1244), queen consort of Aragon: daughter of [[Alfonso VIII of Castile]]; wife of [[James I of Aragon]]
 
 
*Eleanor of Castile (131x-1359), queen consort of Aragon: daughter of [[Ferdinand IV of Castile]]; wife of [[Alfonso IV of Aragon]]
 
 
*Eleanor of Castile (136x-1416), queen consort of Navarre: daughter of [[Henry II of Castile]]; wife of [[Charles III of Navarre]]; mother of [[Blanche of Navarre]]
 
 
 
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'''Eleanor of Castile''' ([[1244]]- [[1290]]) was the first queen consort of [[Edward I of England]]. Eleanor was born in [[Castile]], [[Spain]], the daughter of [[Ferdinand III of Castile|Ferdinand III]], King of Castile and Leon. Her given name was Leonor (she was called Eleanor in England). She married Edward, the son of [[Henry III of England]], in October 1254 at [[Burgos]] and became queen in 1272 when his father died and he became king. Theirs was one of the most successful royal marriages of all time, and she often accompanied her husband on his military campaigns, giving birth to his fourth son (later King [[Edward II of England]]) at [[Caernarfon]] in [[1284]], immediately after the conquest of [[Wales]]. She gave birth to sixteen children all told, six of whom survived into adulthood, but only two or three of whom outlived their parents.
 
'''Eleanor of Castile''' ([[1244]]- [[1290]]) was the first queen consort of [[Edward I of England]]. Eleanor was born in [[Castile]], [[Spain]], the daughter of [[Ferdinand III of Castile|Ferdinand III]], King of Castile and Leon. Her given name was Leonor (she was called Eleanor in England). She married Edward, the son of [[Henry III of England]], in October 1254 at [[Burgos]] and became queen in 1272 when his father died and he became king. Theirs was one of the most successful royal marriages of all time, and she often accompanied her husband on his military campaigns, giving birth to his fourth son (later King [[Edward II of England]]) at [[Caernarfon]] in [[1284]], immediately after the conquest of [[Wales]]. She gave birth to sixteen children all told, six of whom survived into adulthood, but only two or three of whom outlived their parents.
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"'''Eleanor of Castile'''" was the name of one queen consort of England (''see below'') and three queens consort of parts of what is now Spain:
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*Eleanor of Castile (1202-1244), queen consort of Aragon: daughter of [[Alfonso VIII of Castile]]; wife of [[James I of Aragon]]
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*Eleanor of Castile (131x-1359), queen consort of Aragon: daughter of [[Ferdinand IV of Castile]]; wife of [[Alfonso IV of Aragon]]
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*Eleanor of Castile (136x-1416), queen consort of Navarre: daughter of [[Henry II of Castile]]; wife of [[Charles III of Navarre]]; mother of [[Blanche of Navarre]]
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