ferdinand and isabella

  1. An Albert Brittany

    What if Isabella of Castile‘s second pregnancy in 1475 resulted in an healthy boy? And if this boy, seven years younger than her was seen as an acceptable candidate as husband for Catherine of Navarre by her mother, leaving Jean d’Albret available for Anne of Brittany (in OTL he had been engaged...
  2. WI: Ferdinand of Aragon dies before return of Columbus

    As title says-when Columbus returns from his first voyage he finds that only one of Catholic Monarchs is still alive and Aragon and Castile are not united anymore. What happens? Are next voyages butterflied away or delayed due to troubles in Iberia? Or is Isabella still interested in exploring...
  3. Juana, the Heretic Queen

    What would happen if Catherine of Aragon died in 1501, while Arthur Tudor survived and later remarried? And if the death of another child was too much for Queen Isabella of Castile, who soon followed her youngest daughter in the grave, without putting any check over Juana’s powers in Castile...
  4. 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...
  5. FitzEmperor

    WI: York Dynasty in Portugal?

    Hi it's my first time posting but I've been a lurker on here for a while. I'm working on a Richard III timeline where he marries Joanna of Portugal, and she dies in childbirth delivering a surviving daughter in 1486. In my timeline, Richard remarries to an English nobleman and has a son that is...
  6. Awkwardvulture

    Thriving Pomegranate Seeds: A Trastámara Spain Timeline
    Threadmarks: Introduction

    Hello everyone, I've been reading and commenting on this site for a while and I thought I'd give the whole writing thing a try. As you may be able to tell by the title, this will be a timeline about Spain, and the rest of the world. It will start with a POD in 1492, with four major changes for...
  7. HortenseMancini

    Margareta domina: A Margaret of Austria TL
    Threadmarks: I: September 1495

    September 1495 The news spreads quickly. Philip of Austria, Duke of Burgundy is dead at 17 years old. The only son of the Holy Roman Emperor and the Duchess of Burgundy, he was a young man of great promise. Philip had inherited Burgundy from his mother at only four years of age, with his...
  8. WI: Fernando II of Aragon Had Left Aragon, etc. to Ferdinand of Austria?

    As it says on the tin. Fernando II had an obvious preference for his namesake grandson. Even intending that the native-born Ferdinand succeed him instead of Karl V. So, what if he makes good on this decision? How can he make good this decision? And did he only intend Fernando to succeed him in...
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