eleanor of austria

  1. All of Manuel I of Portugal's children are Daughters

    Manuel the Fortunate (Or the Unfortunate in this case) had numerous sons in OTL including Miguel de Paz, John III of Portugal, Luis, Duke of Beja and so on. He had about three surviving daughters, (Isabel, Beatriz and Maria). But what if all of his children were daughters? How would that look...
  2. The Six Queens of Francis the First

    Based upon this thread https://www.alternatehistory.com/forum/threads/ahc-the-six-wives-of-francis-i.544771/#post-24412601
  3. Queen Eleanor’s son

    What would happen if Eleanor of Austria do not miscarried her child by Francis I in 1532?
  4. Empress Mary Tudor

    What if Henry VIII got ahead with his intention to ask an annulment from Catherine of Aragon in 1514 and then remarried to Eleanor of Austria while his sister Mary remarried to Maximilian I once widowed by Louis XII (Max had that idea in OTL before Mary remarried to Brandon)
  5. The three branches of the Habsburg

    What if Charles V married Mary Tudor (the elder) in 1515 and as consequence the Habsburg would be divided in three branches instead of the OTL two?
  6. The King is dead - A Renaissance TL
    Threadmarks: Prologue - Charles d’Alençon

    The 24 February of 1525 would remain forever among the worst days in the history of France as the battle of Pavia had been a terrible defeat and likely the end of any italian ambition: the French army was destroyed, most of the men dead or captured and the same for its nobility: King Francis was...
  7. RedKing

    WI: Henry VII’s lifespan was as long as his mother’s

    On this day, Henry VII passed away at the age of 52. He was succeeded by his son, Henry VIII who broke his betrothal to Eleanor of Austria and married Catherine of Aragon instead. As we all know, this led to the King’s Great Matter and the split between the Church of England and the Catholic...
  8. ordinarylittleme

    Eleanor, Queen of England, Fourth of Her Name
    Threadmarks: Eleanor of Austria, Queen of England

    Eleanor Habsburg was an archduchess of Austria, infanta of Castile and Aragon, princess of Burgundy, and one of the greatest marriage prospects in Christendom but her fiancé, Henry VIII of England, had married her aunt instead. Katherine of Aragon, while a worse match, was old enough for...
  9. kasumigenx

    A Primeira Noiva(The first Bride) – A Portuguese timeline
    Threadmarks: Primeira Noiva

    On 1516, after the birth of Infante Antonio, Maria of Aragon would recuperate but she would not give birth again afterwards and survive her husband after his death in the plague for a few years and die in 1523. On July 16, 1518, Eleanor of Austria would marry Prince John of Portugal, later John...
  10. ordinarylittleme

    The children of Francis I - Alternate TL
    Threadmarks: Chapter One

    19 August 1515 Francis I of France waited expectantly for his wife and queen, Claude, to give birth. Truthfully she was a bit young to go through childbirth but both were in desperate need of heirs to secure the successions of France and Brittany, although he did wish that she allowed Brittany...
  11. Different Tudor heirs

    What would happen if the deaths and lives of the children of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York were switched? How different would be the situation with only Elizabeth, Edmund and Katherine living?
  12. ordinarylittleme

    WI: Eleanor of Austria, queen of England

    ITTL, Eleanor of Austria was betrothed to Henry VIII, but he broke this off to marry her aunt Katherine of Aragon. But, what if he had decided to marry her instead? Let us say it's due to fear of marrying his brother's widow...
  13. ordinarylittleme

    Eleanor of Austria bears children for Francis I?

    I don't know why the hell they weren't trying for kids, tbh. Yeah, he and Claude had seven kids (four of those being sons), but literally only one son outlived Francis I (you'd think he'd be getting paranoid), plus the more the better right? And Eleanor wasn't infertile, she had a daughter, plus...
  14. Sevarics

    WI: Leanor of Austria and her daughter Maria of Viseu as the heirs of Juana I and Felipe

    Basically as the tin says, what if Leanor’s brothers, Charles and Ferdinand, predecease Leanor without issue? IOTL she was wed to the King of Portugal, having Maria of Viseu as issue, and the King of France. Assuming she still wed the King of Portugal and only had Maria of Viseu as an heir, who...
  15. A destiny fulfilled - An Eleanor of Austria TL
    Threadmarks: 1512 - Eleanor of Burgundy

    Archduchess Eleanor of Austria-Burgundy was the eldest daughter and first child of Philip the Fair of Burgundy and Joanna I of Castile, and without any doubt the greatest match in circulation, but that was not enough for save her from heartbreaks, starting with the total absence of any...
  16. RedKing

    A Second Wife, A Second Husband: A Tudor Timeline
    Threadmarks: Chapter 1 - The search for a second Husband

    Chapter 1 - The Search for a Second Wife Archduchess Margaret of Austria, the daughter of Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian and the sister of Duke Philip Burgundy, would arrive in the Habsburg Netherlands in 1499 a widow. Margaret had been married to the heir to the Spanish...
  17. Catalina, the Black Widow

    Just trees, some little snippets and character descriptions from an universe who I do not know if I will ever transform in a full TL... POD is Henry VIII dying in 1511 with Margaret inheriting England and Catalina remarrying another three times...
  18. The last Tudor heir

    What will happen in a world in which the infamous Henry VIII do not lived enough to become King leaving the crown of England to his younger brother Edmund? We would not have Catherine of Aragon as Queen or the split of the Church from Rome. Edmund is way too young for being married to Arthur’s...
  19. Awkwardvulture

    There and Back Again: The English Journeys of Catherine of Aragon
    Threadmarks: Introduction

    Hello everyone, so I decided to start a second timeline (I'll still update my first one, but I wanted to mix things up with a more narrative one). Anyway, I've decided to explore the possibility of Catherine of Aragon not marrying Henry VIII, going back to Spain for several years, and then...