isabella of portugal

  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 Gybson Boy

    A Big and Happy Spanish Habsburg Family: Charles V and Isabella of Portugal has 13 children
    Threadmarks: Charles V and Isabella of Portugal Children

    A strange situation of the Habsburg brothers, Charles V and Ferdinand I is that while Charles V and his wife Isabella of Portugal had only three surviving children, Ferdinand I and Anna of Bohemia and Hungary had thirteen children, all of whom reached adulthood, which what would happen if...
  3. 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...
  4. ordinarylittleme

    Eagles and Roses: A Tudor-Habsburg TL
    Threadmarks: Prologue

    PROLOGUE "August 7, 1502. The day a great king was born. Katherine of Aragon, the dowager Princess of Wales had become pregnant shortly after her marriage to Arthur Tudor, the Prince of Wales. Though he died young at the age of fifteen, he had left behind his legacy in his son: Arthur, first of...
  5. 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?
  6. ordinarylittleme

    WI: Isabella of Portugal outlives Charles V?

    Simple POD. IOTL she died at the age of 35 due to either consumption or childbirth complications, having been Holy Roman Empress, Queen consort of Italy, Spain and the Romans and Lady of the Netherlands for years and regent of Spain due to her husband's frequent traveling. She was responsible...
  7. 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...
  8. 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...
  9. Empress Isabella's miracle

    Isabella of Portugal b 1503, Holy Roman Empress and queen of Spain died in 1539 at the age of 36. If the empress were to survive until somewhere around 1555 or so what would be the consequences for the future? I just really like her as a person and queen and it's a interesting subject to explore.