isabella and ferdinand

  1. The Gybson Boy

    A Different Habsburg Spain: The posthumous daughter of Afonso of Portugal with Isabella of Aragon marries Maximilian I with Bianca Maria Sforza Son's

    Leonor, Queen of Portugal and Princess of Asturias and Girona (January 28, 1492) and his Husband Archduke Franz Josef of Austria (March 22, 1495) in 1510 July 1491: Afonso, Prince of Portugal dies at the age of 16 after falling from a horse, some time later it is discovered that his wife...
  2. The Thrice Crowned King - A Trastámara TL
    Threadmarks: Chapter One - Birth

    Part One: Infante Chapter 1 - Birth 1485 “The birth of a son would have caused los reyes greater happiness, for a succession depending on an only son inspired no small fear, and the fecundity of their daughters boded difficulties for future relationships.” Palencia in 1485 Alacá de Henares –...
  3. GameBawesome

    WI: Isabella I of Castile and Ferdinand II of Aragon gender-reversed?

    The Catholic Monarchs, or Queen Isabella I of Castile and King Ferdinand II of Aragon are the most significant rulers of Iberia. Their marriage and joint rule marked the de facto creation of Spain. Both of them were of the House of Trastámara, as they were actually second cousins. To over...
  4. If Joanna of Castile was unmarried went she became her parents' heir who would she marry?

    What it says on the tin. Let's say, Prince John dies in 1495. Joanna is now the heir. Who do you think she would marry?
  5. Empress Juana

    What if Francis II of Brittany lived until 1492 (instead of dying as OTL in 1488) consenting a wedding between his daughter and heiress and Philip IV of Burgundy? And if butterflies prevented the OTL late consummation of the wedding between Gian Galeazzo Sforza and Isabella of Naples? The...
  6. RedKing

    What if Catherine of Aragon had a twin brother?

    So in our world Queen Isabella of Castile gave birth to twins in 1482. One was Maria of Aragon and the second a stillborn. But what if instead of Maria being the twin, Catherine was and that stillborn was in fact a healthy boy named Ferdinand? How would things go on? Might Henry VII of England...
  7. HortenseMancini

    La generación magnífica//The Magnificent Generation - A Catholic Monarchs TL

    So here we go...I'll be starting this TL soon. It will begin with the birth of Infante Juan and the Castilian Civil War. Be on the lookout!