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Catalonia (Catalunya) & the Crown of Aragon



Overview.

By the beginning of the 8th century, the Muslims had conquered the territory that now constitutes Catalonia (Catalunya).
In the last quarter of the 8th century, the Carolingians conquered Catalonia from the Muslims and designated counts to rule the land.

Wilfred / Guifré "the Hairy", Count of Barcelona since 878, united the greater part of Catalonia.
On Wilfred's death, his sons divided his possessions and established several Catalonian counties (Barcelona, Besalu, Urgell, Cerdagne, etc.).

Until the 10th century, the Counts of Barcelona and other counts in Catalonia owed allegiance to France.

The Counts of Barcelona established their superiority over the other Catalonian counts.

In 1137, Count Raymund-Berengar IV of Barcelona married Queen Petronila of Aragon. Their son, Alphonse II united the Kingdom of Aragon with Catalonia in a confederation known as the Crown of Aragon.

In 1174, the Count of Barcelona succeeded in Aragon, and the Kingdom of Aragon united with Catalonia in a confederation known as the Crown of Aragon.

In the 13th-16th centuries, the Crown of Aragon was augmented with Majorca, Valencia, Sicily, Sardinia, and Naples.

In 1516, Queen Joan I of Castile inherited the lands of the Crown of Aragon. However, the Crown of Castile and the Crown of Aragon remained different entities, each keeping its own institutions and laws.

During the War of the Spanish Succession (1702-1713), Catalonia supported the claim of Charles, the Austrian claimant, while the rest of Spain generally supported the French claimant, Philip V. Philip V took advantage of his military victories and signed the Nueva Planta decrees that abolished the institutions and ancient privileges of all the areas of the Crown of Aragon and made them part of a nearly uniformly administered, centralized Spain. The Aragonese and Catalan languages were completely banned from the legal system. The decrees were promulgated in 1707 in Valencia and Aragon, in 1715 in Majorca, and in 1716 in Catalonia.






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Geographical names.

Biscay -> Vizcaya; Bizkaia (the Basque Country, N Spain);
Burgundy -> Bourgogne (France);
Cerdagne -> Cerdaña; Cerdanya (SE France);
Croatia -> Hrvatska;
Hungary -> Ungaria; Magyarország;
Majorca -> Mallorca (Spain);
Montblanc -> Montisalbi; Montblanch (in Spain);
Oristano & Goceano (Sardinia, Italy);
Roussillon -> Rosellón (France);
Sevilla -> Hispalis (Spain);






First (Christian) names.

Alphonse -> Idelfonsus / Alphonsus; Alfonso;
Charles -> Carolus; Carlos;
Ferdinand -> Ferdinandus; Fernando; Ferrando; Ferran;
John -> Johannes; Juan; Joan;
Joan -> Johanna; Juana;
James -> Jacobus; Jaime; Jaume;
Louis -> Luis; Ludovicus;
Peter -> Petrus; Pere; Pedro;
Philip -> Philippus, Felipe;






Aragon

Overview.

Aragon was originally a Carolingian county around the city of Jaca.
In 922, the family of the Counts of Aragon ended without male heir, and the King of Pamplona (Navarra) annexed Aragon.

In 1035, after the death of King Sancho III "the Great" of Pamplona, his kingdom was divided by his sons: Ramiro I received Aragon.
In 1076, Sancho, Ramiro I's son, conquered the Kingdom of Pamplona (Navarra).

In 1134, Aragon was again separated from Pamplona (Navarra).

In 1164, the Count of Barcelona succeeded his mother in Aragon; and united the Kingdom of Aragon with Catalonia.




--- 1164-1167

@ Added:

- Provence
King Alphonse II inherited the County of Provence (1167).

@ Samples:

(Nov 1164) [33: tomo VIII; p.36; Doc.# X]
< Alphonse II (+1196), King of Aragon 1164 >
ego Ildefonsus doi gratia rex Aragonensis et
comes Barchinonensis

(Sep 1165) [74: p.66; Doc.# 16]
ego Ildefonsus Dei gratia rex Aragonensis et
comes Barchinonensis

@ Samples [Auxiliary]:

(June 1164) [33: tomo IV; p.391; Doc.# CLXVI]
< Petronilla I (+1174), Queen of Aragon [1137-1164]; ~1137 Raymond Berengar IV (+1162), Count of Barcelona >
ego Petronilla Dei gratia aragonensis regina et
barchinonensis comitissa
uxor que fui venerabilis Raimundi Berengarii comitis barchinonensis et principis aragonensis






--- 1167-1196

King of Aragon;
Count of Barcelona;
Margrave of Provence;

@ Added:

- Provence
King Alphonse II acquired Provence (1167).

@ Samples:

(Sep 1168) [74: p.73; Doc.# 21]
< Alphonse II (+1196), King of Aragon 1164 >
ego Ildefonsus Dei gratia rex Aragonensis,
comes Barchinonensis et
marchio Prouincie

(Feb 1169) [33: tomo VIII; p.43; Doc.# XII]
Ego Ildefonsus Dei gratia rex Aragone
comes Barchinone y
marchio Provincie

(1173) [13: tomo 1; parte 1; p.56]
ego Ildefonsus, dei gracia Rex Aragonum,
comes Barchinone et
marchio Provincie

(Oct 1185) [6: p.150; Doc.# 125]
ego Ildefonsus, Dei gratia rex Aragonum,
comes Barchinone et
marchio Provincie

(Feb 1194) [6: p.159; Doc.# 133]
io en Anffons, per la gracia de Deu rey d'Aragó,
comte de Barcelona e
marches de Provença






--- 1196-1204

King of Aragon;
Count of Barcelona;

@ Removed:

- Provence
After the death of King Alphonse II, Provence passed to his next son, Alphonse.

@ Samples:

(Mar 1197, n.s.) [75: p.333; Doc.# I]
< Peter II (+1213), King of Aragon 1196 >
ego Petrus, Dei gratia rex aragonensis et
comes barchinonensis

(1200) [13: tomo 1; parte 1; p.77]
ego Petrus Dei gratia Rex Aragonensis et
Comes Barchinonensis

(Oct 1201) [33: tomo VIII; p.92; Doc.# XXXIII]
ego Petrus dei gracia rex Aragonis et
comes Barchinone

(Oct 1203) [33: tomo VIII; p.93; Doc.# XXXIV]
ego Petrus Dei gratia rex Aragonis et
comes Barchinone






--- 1204-1208 ( Peter II )

King of Aragon;
Count of Barcelona;
Lord of Montpellier;

@ Added:

- Montpellier
In 1204, King Peter II married Mary, daughter of William VIII, Lord of Montpellier. William VIII had died in 1202. Mary's half-brother, William's son by Agnes of Castile, William, had taken control of Montpellier, but Mary asserted her right to it. On 15 June 1204, she married Peter II, King of Aragon, and was recognized as Lady of Montpellier.

@ Samples:

(Mar 1205, n.s.) [75: p.211]
< Peter II (+1213), King of Aragon 1196; ~ Mary (+ Apr 1213), Lady of Montpellier >
ego Petrus, Dei gratia rex Aragonum,
comes barchinonensis et
dominus Montispessulani

(Juny 1206) [2: p.40; Doc.# 3]
ego Petrus, Dei gratia rex Aragonum,
comes Barchinone et
dominus Montispessulani






--- 1208-1213 ( Peter II )

King of Aragon;
Count of Barcelona;

@ Removed:

- Montpellier
In 1208, King Peter II of Aragon, attempted to divorce his wife Mary, Lady of Montpellier, to marry Mary of Montferrat, Queen of Jerusalem. Pope Innocent III decided in Mary of Montpellier's favour, refusing to permit the divorce.

@ Samples:

(May 1208) [33: tomo VIII; p.109; Doc.# XL]
< Peter II (+1213), King of Aragon 1196; ~ Mary (+ Apr 1213), Lady of Montpellier >
nos Petrus dei Dei gratia re? Aragonis et
comes Barchinone

(Sep 1211) [12: p.33; Doc.# 1]
nos Petrus, Dei gratia rex Aragonum et
comes Barchinonensis






--- 1213-1229 ( James I )

King of Aragon;
Count of Barcelona;
Lord of Montpellier;

@ Added:

- Montpellier
James succeeded his mother, Mary, in Montpellier, and his father, Peter II, in Aragon (1213).

@ Samples:

(Oct 1218) [8: p.27; Doc.# 1]
< James I (+1276), King of Aragon 1213 >
nos Iacobus, Dei gratia, rex Aragonum,
comes Barchinone et
dominus Montispesullani

(1225) [13: tomo 1; parte 1; p.102; Doc. # XVI]
Nos Jacobus Dei gratia Rex Aragonum,
comes Barchinone et
Dominus Montispessulani

(Aug 1229) [1: tome 1; p.403; Doc.# II]
nos Jacobus, Dei gracia, rex Aragonum,
comes Barchinone et
dominus Montispessulani

(Sep 1229) [80: tomo XXI (1851); p.249; Doc.# V] < for Majorca >
nos Jacobus Dei gratia Rex Aragonum,
Comes Barchinonae et
Dominus Montis pessulani






--- 1229-1231 ( James I )

King of Aragon, the Kingdom of Majorca;
Count of Barcelona;
Lord of Montpellier;

@ Added:

- Majorca
Note. In 1229-1235, King James I conquered Majorca.

@ Samples:

(Mar 1231) [1: tome 1; p.406; Doc.# III]
< James I (+1276), King of Aragon 1213 >
nos Jacobus, Dei gracia, rex Aragonum et regni Majoricarum,
comes Barchinonensis et
dominus Montispessulani

(Oct 1231) [80: tomo XXI (1851); p.259; Doc.# IX] < for Majorca >
nos Jacobus Dei gratia Rex Aragonum et regni Maioricarum,
Comes Barchinone el
Dominus Montispesulani






--- 1231-1237 ( James I )

King of Aragon, the Kingdom of Majorca;
Count of Barcelona, Urgell;
Lord of Montpellier;

@ Added:

- Urgell
After the death of Aurembiax, the last Countess of Urgell, her husband Peter of Portugal ceded Urgell to King James I (1231).

@ Samples:

(Mar 1232) [76: tomo V; años IX-X (1893-1894); p.62; Doc.# III]
< James I (+1276), King of Aragon 1213 >
nos en Jacme per la gracia de Deu rey Darago e del regne de Malorques,
comte de Barchelona e Durgel e
senyor de Muntpestler

(Mar 1233) [1: tome 1; p.412; Doc.# V]
nos Jacobus, Dei gracia, rex Aragonum et regni Majoricarum,
comes Barchinone et Urgelli et
dominus Montispessulani

(Mar 1235) [33: tomo VIII; p.112; Doc.# XLI]
nos Jacobus Dei gratia Aragonum et regni Majoricarum
comes Barchinone et Urgelli et
dominus Mentispesulani

(Jan 1237, n.s.) [77: tome II; p.22; Doc.# X]
nos Jacobus Dei gratia rex Arragonensis et regni Majoricarum,
comes Barchinonensis et Urgelli, et
dominus Montispessulani






--- 1237-1276 ( James I )

King of Aragon, Majorca, Valencia;
Count of Barcelona, Urgell;
Lord of Montpellier;

@ Added:

- Valencia
Notes. In 1236, King James I projected the campaign against the Muslim state of Valencia. In 1238, he conquered the city of Valencia.

@ Samples:

(Feb 1241) [13: tomo 1; p.133-137]
< James I (+1276), King of Aragon 1213 >
Jacobus Dei gracia rex Aragonum, Maioricarum, Valencie,
comes Barchinone et Urgelli ac
dominus Montispessulani

(Aug 1251) [1: tome 1; p.420; Doc.# X]
nos Jacobus, Dei gracia, rex Aragonum, Majoricarum et Valencie,
comes Barchinone et Urgelli et
dominus Montispessulani

(Aug 1267) [14: tomo 2; p.82; Doc.# 69]
nos don Jayme, por la gracia de Dious rey d'Aragon, de Mayorgas et de Valencia,
comte de Barcelone et d'Urgell et
seynor de Montpeller

(July 1276) [1: tome 1; p.441; Doc.# XXIII]
Jacobus, Dei gracia, rex Aragonum, Majoricarum et Valencie,
comes Barchinone et Urgelli et
dominus Montispessulani

@ Samples [Auxiliary]:

(Aug 1253) [14: tomo 2; p.1; Doc.# 1]
yo don Alfonso, yffante, primero fijo del rey d'Aragon et heredero






--- 1276-1282 ( Peter III )

King of Aragon;

@ Removed:

- Majorca, Montpellier
Majorca and Montpellier were separated from Aragon after James I's death, when it passed to his second son James (1276).

- Urgell

- Valencia, Barcelona

@ Samples:

(June 1277) [3: Supplément; Documents; I (Aragon); p.42; Doc.# XIII]
< Peter III (+1285), King of Aragon 1276, of Sicily 1282 >
Petrus, Dei gratia, rex Aragonis

(Jan 1279) [33: tomo VIII; p.149; Doc.# LXI]
nos Petrus Dei gratia rex Aragonis






--- 1282-1285 ( Peter III )

King of Aragon, Sicily;

@ Added:

- Sicily
King Peter III was proclaimed King of Sicily (1282).
Note. The Sicilians revolted against their King Charles I ("the Sicilian Vespers revolt"). Soon after the revolt, the Sicilians turned to King Peter III of Aragon.

@ Samples:

(Apr 1283) [23: 2 (1958); 3; Galea, Joseph. Documenti per servire alla storia medievale maltese; p.197; Doc.# IV]
< Peter III (+1285), King of Aragon 1276, of Sicily 1282 >
Petrus dei gratia Aragonum et Siciliae Rex

(June 1285) [3: Documents; VIII (Aragon); p.286; Doc.# IV]
nos, en Pere, per la gracia de Deu, rey d'Arago è Sicilia

(Oct 1285) [3: Supplément; Documents; I (Aragon); p.43; Doc.# XVI]
nos, Petrus, Dei gratia rex, Aragonis et Sicilie rex






--- 1285-1291 ( Alphonse III )

King of Aragon, Majorca, Valencia;
Count of Barcelona;

@ Added:

- Valencia, Barcelona

- Majorca
King Alphonse III invaded and subjected Majorca (1286).

@ Removed:

- [1285] Sicily
Sicily was separated from Aragon after Peter III's death, when it passed to his second son James (1285).

@ Samples:

(Sep 1286) [1: tome 1; p.454; Doc.# XXXI]
< Alphonse III (+1291), King of Aragon 1285 >
nos Alfonsus, Dei gracia, rex Aragonum, Majoricarum et Valencie ac
comes Barchinone

(Sep 1289) [1: tome 1; p.455; Doc.# XXXII]
nos N'Anfos, per la gracia de Deu, rey d'Arago, et de Mallorches et de Valencia et
comte de Barcelona






--- 1291-1295 ( James II )

King of Aragon, Sicily, Majorca, Valencia;
Count of Barcelona;

@ Added:

- [1291] Sicily
King James of Sicily, succeeeded his brother, Alphonse III, in Aragon (1291).

@ Samples:

(Aug 1291) [1: tome 1; p.457; Doc.# XXXIII]
< James II (+1327), King of Sicily, of Aragon 1291 >
nos Jacobus, Dei gracia, rex Aragonum, Sicilie, Majoricarum et Valencie ac
comes Barchinone

(May 1292) [3: Documents; VIII (Aragon); p.291; Doc.# V]
nos Jacobus, Dei gratia, rex Aragonum, Siciliæ, Majoricarum et Valentiæ ac
comes Barchinonæ

(Oct 1292) [8: p.72; Doc.# 8]
nos, Iacobus, Dei gracia rex Aragonum, Sicilie, Maioricarum et Valencie ac
comes Barchinone






--- 1295-1296 ( James II )

King of Aragon, Majorca, Valencia;
Count of Barcelona;

@ Removed:

- Sicily
King James II renounced the Crown of Sicily (1295).

@ Samples:

(Dec 1295) [81: tomo II; p.24; Doc.# XX]
< James II (+1327), King of Sicily, of Aragon 1291 >
Nos Jacobus Dei gratia Rex Aragonum, Maioricarum, Valentiae,
Comes Barchinonae






--- 1296- ~1298 ( James II )

King of Aragon, Majorca, Valencia, Murcia;
Count of Barcelona;

@ Added:

- Murcia
Alphonse of La Cerda, a claimant to the Crown of Castile, ceded Murcia to King James II, who then invaded the province (1296).

@ Samples:

(Aug 1296) [79: p.115; Doc.# 8]
< James II (+1327), King of Sicily; of Aragon 1291 >
nos Iacobus, Dei gracia rex Aragonum, Maioricarum, Valencie et Murcie ac
comes Barchinone






--- ~1298-1303 ( James II )

King of Aragon, Valencia, Murcia;
Count of Barcelona;

@ Removed:

- Majorca
According to the peace concluded with the King of France, the King of Majorca received his Kingdom back (ca.1298)

@ Samples:

(Aug 1296) [79: p.115; Doc.# 8]
nos Iacobus, Dei gracia rex Aragonum, Maioricarum, Valencie et Murcie ac
comes Barchinone

(June 1298) [1: tome 1; p.469; Doc.# XL]
< James II (+1327), King of Sicily, of Aragon 1291 >
nos Jacobus, Dei gracia, rex Aragonum, Valencie et Murcie et
comes Barchinone

(Feb 1300) [8: p.73; Doc.# 9]
nos, Iacobus Dei gratia rex Aragonum, Valencie, et Murcie
comesque Barchinone ac
sacrosancte Romane ecclesie vexillarius, admirantus, et capitaneus generalis

(Aug 1301) [13: tomo 1; parte 1; p.180-184; Doc. # XXV]
nos, Jacobus Dei gracia Rex Aragonum Valencie et Murcie ac
comes Barchinone






--- 1303-1343

King of Aragon, Valencia, Sardinia, Corsica;
Count of Barcelona;

@ Added:

- Corsica, Sardinia
King James II accepted the Kingdoms Corsica and Sardinia as the Holy See's fief (1303).

@ Removed:

- Murcia
King James II returned Murcia to Castile (1303).

@ Samples:

(July 1305) [2: p.72; Doc.# 19]
< James II (+1327), King of Sicily; of Aragon 1291 >
Nos Iacobus, Dei gratia rex Aragonum, Valencie, Sardinie et Corsice, ac
comes Barchinone

(Sep 1314) [3: Supplément; Documents; I (Aragon); p.60; Doc.# XXIX]
nos, en Jacme, per la gracia de Deu, rey d'Arago, de Valencia, de Sardenya et de Corçega et
comte de Barcelona, et
de la sancta esgleya senyaler, almirayl et capita general

(Dec 1329) [7: p.70; Doc.# 57]
< Alphonse IV (+1336), King of Aragon 1327 >
Alfonsus, Dei gratia rex Aragonum, Valencie, Sardinie et Corsice ac
comes Barchinone

(Aug 1343) [1: tome 2, p.345]
< Peter IV (+1387), King of Aragon 1336 >
Petrus, Dei gracia rex Aragonum, Valencie, Sardinie et Corsice,
comesque Barchinone






--- 1343-1409

King of Aragon, Valencia, Majorca, Sardinia, Corsica;
Count of Barcelona;
Count of Roussillon, Cerdagne;

@ Added:

- [1343] Majorca, Roussillon, Cerdagne
King Pedro IV declared that King James III of Majorca had failed in his duty as a vassal, and confiscated his possessions (Majorca, Roussillon, Cerdagne) (February 1343).

@ Samples:

(Dec 1345) [2: p.352; Doc.# 248]
< Peter IV (+1387), King of Aragon 1336 >
Nos Petrus, Dei gratia rex Aragonum, Valencie, Maioricarum, Sardinie et Corsice,
comesque Barchinone, Rossilionis et Ceritanie

(Dec 1360) [2: p.503; Doc.# 319]
Nos Petrus, Dei gratia rex Aragonum, Valencie, Maioricarum, Sardinie et Corsice,
comesque Barchinone, Rossilionis et Ceritanie

(Mar 1389) [2: p.584; Doc.# 344]
< John I (+1395), King of Aragon 1387 >
Iohannes, Dei gratia rex Aragonum, Valencie, Maioricarum, Sardinie et Corsice,
comesque Barchinone, Rossilionis et Ceritanie

(Sep 1405) [13: tomo 5; parte 5; p.9]
< Martin I "the Elder" (+1410), King of Aragon 1395, of Sicily 1409 >
En Marti per la gracia de Deu Rey Darago de Valencia de Mallorques de Sardenya de Corsega e
Comte de Barchinona de Rossello e de Cerdanya

@ Samples [Regents]:

(July 1367) [2: p.520; Doc.# 324]
< John I (+1395), King of Aragon 1387 >
Infans Iohannes, serenissimi domini regis primogenitus
eiusque regnorum et terrarum generalis gubernator,
dux Gerunde et
comes Cervarie

(Apr 1377) [2: p.521; Doc.# 325]
nos, infans Iohannes, serenissimi domini regis primogenitus, ac
in omnibus regnis et terris suis generalis locumtenens,
dux Gerunde et
comes Cervarie

(Nov 1386) [2: p.563; Doc.# 340]
nos, infans Iohannes, serenissimi domini regis primogenitus,
eiusque regnorum et terrarum generalis gubernator,
dux Gerunde et
comes Cervarie






--- 1409-1435

King of Aragon, Sicily, Valencia, Majorca, Sardinia, Corsica;
Count of Barcelona;
Duke of Athens, Neopatria;
Count of Roussillon, Cerdagne;

@ Added:

- [1409] Sicily, Athens, Neopatria
King Martin I inherited Sicily after the death of his son Martin "the Younger" (1409).
Note. Martin "the Younger" was married to the Queen of Sicily who made him her heir.

@ Samples:

(Apr 1409) [44: tomo XXXVI (1868); p.420-421; Doc.# VI]
< Martin I "the Elder" (+1410), King of Aragon 1395, of Sicily 1409 >
Nos Martinus Dei giatia Rex Aragonum Sicilie Valentie Majorice Sardinie et Corsice
comes Barchinone
dux Athenarum et Neopatrie ac etiam
comes Rossilionis et Ceritanie

(Dec 1413) [8: p.402; Doc.# 149]
< Ferdinand I (+1416), King of Aragon & Sicily 1412 >
Ferdinandus, Dei gratia rex Aragonum, Sicilie, Valencie, Maioricarum, Sardinie et Corsice,
comes Barchinone,
duch Athenarum et Neopatrie, ac etiam
comes Rossilionis et Ceritanie

(Jan 1422) [38: volume IX (1886); p.276; Doc.# 8]
< Alphonse V (+1458), King Aragon & Sicily 1416, of Naples 1435 >
Nos Alfonso per la gracia de Deu Rey D'Arago, de Sicilia, de Valencia, de Mallorques, de Serdeñya e de Corsega,
Comte de Barcelona,
Duch de Atheñes, e de Neopatria, e encara
Comte de Rossello, e de Cerdania

(May 1432) [12: p.201; Doc.# 51]
nos, Alfonsus, Dei gratia Rex Aragonum, Sicilie, Valentie, Maioricarum, Sardinie et Corsice,
comes Barchinone,
dux Athenarum et Neopatrie ac etiam
comes Rossilionis et Ceritanie

@ Samples [Auxiliary]:

(Mar 1419) [12: p.170-171; Doc.# 44]
< John II (+1479), King of Navarra 1425, of Aragon 1458 >
Nos infans Iohannes, illustrissimi domini Ferdinandi, bone memorie, regis Aragonum et Sicilie filius ac,
Dei gratia, dux Montisalbi et de Penyafel ac
dominis de Lara et civitatis Balageri

(July 1426) [12: p.197; Doc.# 49]
nos Iohannes, Dei gratia, rex Navarre,
inffans Aragonum et Cicilie,
dux Guandie, Nemorenssis, Pene Ffidelis ac Montis Albi et
dominus civitatis Balaguarii

(Sep 1429) [12: p.199; Doc.# 50]
Nos Iohannes, Dei gratia, rex Navarre,
infans Aragonum et Sicilie,
dux Nemorensis, Gandie, Montisalbi, et Petrefidelis,
comes Ripacurcie et Denie, ac
dominus civitatis Balagarii






--- 1435-1458 ( Alphons V )

King of Aragon, Sicily on this side & beyond of the lighthouse, Jerusalem, Hungary, Valencia, Majorca, Sardinia, Corsica;
Count of Barcelona;
Duke of Athens, Neopatria;
Count of Roussillon, Cerdagne;

@ Replaced:

- "Sicily" with "Sicily on this side & beyond of the lighthouse", Jerusalem, Hungary
Alphonse V put claims to the Kingdom of Naples after the death of Queen Joan II (1435).

@ Samples:

(Dec 1438) [3: Documents; V (Deux-Siciles); p.169; Doc.# XIX]
< Alphonse V (+1458), King Aragon & Sicily 1416, of Naples 1435 >
D.Alfonso, per la gratia di Deu, re d'Aragona, di Sicilia dieza e dilla di lu Faru, di Valentia, di Hungria, di Hierusalem, di Majorca, di Sardigna e Corciga,
conti di Barsilona,
duca d'Athenas e di Neopatria et ancora
conti di Rosilio, ni e di Caritania

(Mar 1451) [40: serie III; volume 1; p.164; Doc.# V]
Nos Alphonsus Dei gratia Rex Aragonum Siciliae citra et ultra farum Valencie Hierusalem, Hungarie, Maioricarum, Sardinie et Corsice
comes Barchinone
Dux Athenarum et Neopatrie ac etiam
Comes Rossilionis et Ceritanie

(Mar 1458) [41: tomo I; p.21; Doc.# 1]
Nos Alfonsus Dei gratia Rex Aragonum Sicilie citra et ultra farum Valentie Hierusalem Hungarie Maioricarum Sardinie et Corsice
Comes Barchinone
Dux Athenarum et Neopatrie ac etiam
Comes Rossilionis et Ceritanie

@ Samples [Governors]:

(Feb 1436) [12: p.205; Doc.# 52]
< John II (+1479), King of Navarra 1425, of Aragon & Sicily 1458 >
Nos Iohannes, Dei gratia, rex Navarre,
infans Aragonum et Sicilie,
dux Nemorensis, Gandie, Montisalvi, et Petre Fidelis,
comes Rapacurcie et
dominus civitatis Balagarii
in omnibusque regnis et terris serenissimi domini regis, fratris nostri carissimi, generalis gubernator

(Mar 1457) [8: p.428; Doc.# 159]
Iohannes, Dei gratia rex Navarre,
infants et gubernator generalis Aragonum et Sicilie,
dux Nemosensis et Montisalbi,
comes Rippacurcie ac
dominus civitatis Balagarii,
locumtenens generalis serenissimi domini regis, fratris nostri honorandissimi

(Mar 1458) [8: p.428; Doc.# 160]
nos, Iohannes, Dei gratia rex Navarre,
infants et gubernator generalis Aragonum et Sicilie,
dux Nemosensis et Montisalbi,
comes Rippacurcie ac
dominus civitatis Balagarii,
locumtenens generalis serenissimi domini regis, fratris nostri honorandissimi






--- 1458-1478 ( John II )

King of Aragon, Navarra, Sicily, Valencia, Majorca, Sardinia, Corsica;
Count of Barcelona;
Duke of Athens, Neopatria;
Count of Roussillon, Cerdagne;

@ Replaced:

- [1458] "Sicily on this side & beyond of the lighthouse", Jerusalem, Hungary with Sicily, Navarra
Naples was separated from Aragon after the death of King Alphonse V. Naples passed to his natural son Ferdinand, Aragon passed to his brother, King John of Navarra (1458).

@ Samples:

(Nov 1458) [12: p.209-210; Doc.# 54]
< John II (+1479), King of Navarra 1425, of Aragon & Sicily 1458 >
nos Ioannes Dei gratia, rex Aragonum, Navarre, Sicilie, Valencie, Maioricarum, Sardinie et Corsice,
comes Barchinone,
dux Athenarum et Neopatrie ac etiam
comes Rossilionis et Ceritanie

(Nov 1465) [36: p.213]
Don Joan per la gracia de Deu Rey Darago, de Navarra, de Sicilia, de Valencia, de Mallorques, de Cerdenya, de Corcegua,
Comte de Barchinona,
Duch de Athenes e de Neopatria e encara
Comte de Rosseyllo e de Cerdanya

(Jan 1469) [17: part 6; Doc.# 247]
nosotros, don Joan, por la gracia de Dios, Rey de Aragón, de Navarra, de Sicilia, de Valencia, de Mallorca, de Cerdeña, de Córcega,
conde de Barcelona,
duque de Atenas y de Neopatria, y aún
conde de Rosellón y de Cerdania

(Sep 1478) [82: tomus II (1868); p.104; Doc.# LXXV] < for Sardinia >
Don Joan per la Gracia de Deu Rey Daragò, de Navarra, de Sicilia, de Valencia, de Malorques, de Cerdenya è de Corcega,
Comte de Barchenona,
Duch de Athenas è de Neopatria è encara
Comte de Rossellò è de Cerdanya

@ Samples [Governors]:

(Jan 1469) [17: part 6; Doc.# 247]
< Ferdinand II "the Catholic" (+1516), King of Sicily 1468, of Aragon 1479, of Naples 1504; ~ (1) 1474 Isabella (+1504), Queen of Castile 1474 >
Nosotros, don Fernando, por la gracia de Dios, Rey de Sicilia, con
el serenísimo Rey padre nuestro, muy honrado en el dicho reino de Sicilia, coregientes y coregnantes, y
en todos sus reinos y tierras primogénito,
gobernador general,
príncipe de Girona,
duque de Montblanc,
conde de Ribagorza,
señor de la ciudad de Balaguer

(July 1469) [34: tomo XL (1902); p.143; Doc.# 2]
Nos, don ferrando, per la gracia de deu Rey de Sicilia, ab
lo Sere-mo S-or Rey, nostre pare colendissimo en lo dit Regne de Sicilia conregents, e
conregnants en tots sos Regnes e terres,
primogenit, gobernador e lochtinent general,
princep de Gerona,
Duch de Monblanch,
Comte de Rippagorca e
Senyor de la Ciutat de Balaguer

(Sep 1476) [8: p.464; Doc.# 166]
Don Ferrando, per la gràcia de Déu rey de Castella, de Leó, de Sicília, de Portogal, de Toledo, de Galicia, de Sevilia, de Cordova, de Murcia, de Jaen, del Algarve, de Aliezira, de Gibraltar,
primogenito e governador general de los reynos d'Aragón,
príncipe de Girona, e
senyor de Vizcaya e de Molina,
duque de Muntblanch e
senyor de la ciutat de Balaguer

@ Samples [Auxiliary]:

(Feb 1477) [35: p.99; Doc.# XI]
< Alphonse (+1495), Duke of Villahermosa; Count of Ribagorze; an illegitimate son of King John II of Navarra & Aragon >
yo don alfonso de aragon duque de villa hermosa
conde de rribagorca,
fijo del muy illustre e esclarecido señor don johan rrei de aragon






>>> --- 1466-1471 ( René of Anjou )

Notes:
1. In 1466, René "the Good", Duke of Anjou, Count of Provence, etc., accepted the Crown of Aragon by the invitation of the Catalans who rebelled against King John II of Aragon. In 1467, René sent his son, Duke John of Calabria and Lorraine, to take up the conquest of Aragon. After initial successes, including the capture of Girona, John died at Barcelona in December 1470. In 1471, the French troops fighting with the Catalans returned to France. In 1472, Barcelona surrendered to King John II of Aragon.

King of Aragon, Jerusalem, Sicily on this side & beyond of the lighthouse, Valencia, Majorca, Sardinia, Corsica;
Duke of Anjou, Bar;
Count of Barcelona, Provence, Forcalquier, Piemont;

@ Samples:

(Mar 1471) [4: tome 2; p.347-348; Doc.# 77]
< René "the Good" (+1480), King of Naples; Duke of Anjou 1434, of Bar 1419; Count of Provence 1434, etc. >
nos, Renatus, Dei gratia rex Aragonum, Jherusalem, Sicilie citra et ultra Farum, Valentie, Majoricarum, Sardinie et Corsice,
dux Andegavie et Barri,
comes Barchinonie, Provincie, Forcalquerii ac Pedemontis, etc.

@ Samples [Governors]:

(Oct 1467) [39: volume 4 (1903-1905); p.458; Doc.# III]
< John of Anjou (+1470), Duke of Calabria, of Lorraine 1453; Prince of Girona; son of King René "the Good" (+1480); >
nos, Infans Joannes, serenissimi domini regis Primogenitus ejusque regnorum et terrarum Aragonum, Sicilie, etc.,
gubernator et locumtenens generalis,
dux Calabrie, et Lothoringie ac
princeps Gerunde

(Mar 1468) [8: p.449-450; Doc.# 163]
Nos, infans Iohannes, serenissimi domini regis primogenitus eiusque regnum et terrarum Aragonum, Sicilie et cetera,
gubernator et locumtenens generalis,
dux Calabrie et Lothoringie ac
princeps Gerunde






--- 1478-1479

King of Castile, Aragon, Leon, Sicily, Toledo, Valencia, Portugal, Galicia, Majorca, Seville, Sardinia, Cordova, Corsica, Murcia, Jaen, the Algarve, Algeciras, Gibraltar;
Count of Barcelona;
Lord of Biscay, Molina;
Duke of Athens, Neopatria;
Count of Roussillon, Cerdagne;
Margrave of Oristano;
Count of Goceano;

@ Added:

- Oristano, Goceano
Notes. Oristano and Goceano were annexed to the Crown of Aragon (1478).
Leonard II of Alagon (+1502), Margrave of Oristano and Count of Goceano since 1470, rebelled agains the King of Aragon. In 1478, Leonard II was defeated and taken prisoner, and his possessions passed to the Crown of Aragon.

@ Replaced:

-[1479] Navarra with Castile, Leon, Toledo, Portugal, Galicia, Seville, Cordova, Murcia, Jaen, the Algarve, Algeciras, Gibraltar, Biscay, Molina
After the death of King John II, the union of Navarra and Aragon ended. Navarra passed to Francis Phœbus, and Aragon passed to John's son, Ferdinand V, King of Castile by right of his wife (1479).

@ Samples:

(July 1478) [43: p.426]
< Ferdinand II "the Catholic" (+1516), King of Sicily 1468, of Aragon 1479, of Naples 1504; ~ (1) 1474 Isabella (+1504), Queen of Castile 1474 >
Nos Fernando por la Gracia de Dios rey de Castilla, de Aragón, de León, de Sicilia, de Toledo, de Valencia, de Portugal, de Galicia, de Mallorca, de Sevilla, de Cerdeña, de Córdoba, de Córcega, de Murcia, de Jaén, de los Algarbes, de Algeciras, de Gibraltar,
Conde de Barcelona,
Señor de Vizcaya y de Molina,
Duque de Atenas, de Neopatria,
Conde del Rosellón y de Cerdaña,
Marqués de Oristá y
Conde <de> Gociano

(Sep 1479) [8: p.468-469; Doc.# 168]
nos Ferdinandus Dei gracia rex Castelle, Aragonum, Legionis, Sicilie, Toleti, Valencie, Portugalie, Galicie, Maioricarum, Hispalis, Sardinie, Cardube, Corsice, Murcie, Iennis, Algarbii, Algezire, Gibraltaris,
comes Barchinone,
dominus Viscaye et Moline
dux Athenarum et Neopatrie,
comes Rossillionis et Ceritanie,
marchio Oristanni
comesque Gociani






--- 1479-1491

King of Castile, Aragon, Leon, Sicily, Toledo, Valencia, Galicia, Majorca, Seville, Sardinia, Cordova, Corsica, Murcia, Jaen, the Algarve, Algeciras, Gibraltar;
Count of Barcelona;
Lord of Biscay, Molina;
Duke of Athens, Neopatria;
Count of Roussillon, Cerdagne;
Margrave of Oristano;
Count of Goceano;

@ Removed:

- [1479] Portugal
The Treaty of Alcaçovas was signed between Castile and Portugal that put an end to the War of the Castilian Succession and settled the question of the succession in favor of the Isabella, wife of King Ferdinand II of Aragon (Sept 1479).

@ Samples:

(July 1481) [42: tomo L; p.473; Doc.# LXX]
< Ferdinand II "the Catholic" (+1516), King of Sicily 1468, of Aragon 1479, of Naples 1504; ~ (1) 1474 Isabella (+1504), Queen of Castile 1474 >
Ferdinandus Dei gratia Rex Castellae, Aragonum, Legionis, Siciliae, Toleti, Valenciae, Galletie, Maioricarum, Hispalis, Sardinie, Cordubae, Corsicae, Murtiae, Giennis, Algarbij, Algezirae, Gibraltaris,
Comes Barchinonae,
Dominus Bizcaja et Molinae,
Dux Athenarum et Neopatriae,
Comes Rosillionis et Ceritaniae,
Marchio Oristaniie,
Comesque Gosiani

(Feb 1488) [81: tomo II; p.88; Doc.# LXIV]
Fernando per la gracia de Deu Rey de Castella, d'Aragó, de Leo, de Sicilia, de Toledo, de Valencia, de Galicia, de Mallorques, de Sevilla, de Cerdenya, de Cordova, de Corsega, de Murcia, de Jaen, del Algarbe, del Algecira, de Gibraltar,
Comte de Barcelona,
Senyor de Viscaya y de Molina ,
Duch d'Athenas, y de Neopatria,
Comte de Rosselló y de Cerdanya,
Marques de Oristan y
Comte de Gorciano

@ Samples [Governors]:

(Feb 1489) [2: p.657; Doc.# 357]
< Henry "Fortuna" (+1522), Infant of Aragon, Duke of Segorbe, Count of Ampurias >
Nos, infans Enricus Aragonum et Sicilie,
dux Sogurbii,
comes Emporiorum et cetera,
locumtenens generalis serenissimi domini regis, domini nostri observandissimi
in principatu Cathalonie, regno Maioricarum et insulis ei adiacentibus

(June 1491) [8: p.492; Doc.# 170]
Nos, infans Enricus Aragonum et Sicilie,
dux Segurbii,
comes Emporiorum et cetera,
locumtenens generalis serenissimi domini regis, domini nostri observandissimi
in principatu Cathalonie, regno Maioricarum et insulis ei adiacentibus






--- 1491- ~1496 ( Ferdinand II )

King of Castile, Aragon, Leon, Sicily, Granada, Toledo, Valencia, Galicia, Majorca, Seville, Sardinia, Cordova, Corsica, Murcia, Jaen, the Algarve, Algeciras, Gibraltar, the Canary Islands;
Count of Barcelona;
Lord of Biscay, Molina;
Duke of Athens, Neopatria;
Count of Roussillon, Cerdagne;
Margrave of Oristano;
Count of Goceano;

@ Added:

- the Canary Islands
The Castilian conquered the Canary Islands.

- [1492] Granada
The Castilian conquered the Muslim state of Granada (1492).

@ Samples:

(Sep 1492) [76: tomo VII; años XIII-XIV (1897-1898); p.283]
< Ferdinand II "the Catholic" (+1516), King of Sicily 1468, of Aragon 1479, of Naples 1504; ~ (1) 1474 Isabella (+1504), Queen of Castile 1474 >
Don Ferrando per la gracia de Deu rey de Castella, de Aragó, de Leó, de Sicilia, de Granada, de Toledo, de Valencia, de Galicia, de Mallorca, de Sevilla, de Serdenya, de Córdova, de Córcega, de Murcia, de Jaen, de Algarbe, de Gibraltar y de les illes de Canaria,
comte de Barcelona,
senyor de Vizcaya e de Molina,
duch de Athenes e de Neopatria,
comte de Rosselló e de Cerdanya,
marquès de Oristany,
comte de Gociano

(Apr 1493) [8: p.494-495; Doc.# 171]
Nos Ferdinandus, Dei gracia rex Castelle, Aragonum, Legionis, Sicilie, Granate, Toleti, Valencie, Gallecie, Maioricarum, Hispalis, Sardinie, Cardube, Corsice, Murcie, Giennis, Algarbii, Algezire, Gibraltaris et insularum Canarie,
comes Barchinone,
dominus Viscaye et Moline,
dux Athenarum et Neopatrie,
comes Rossillionis et Ceritanie,
marchio Oristanni
comesque Gociani






--- ~1496-1501 ( Ferdinand II )

King of Castile, Aragon, Leon, Sicily, Granada, Toledo, Valencia, Galicia, Majorca, Seville, Sardinia, Cordova, Corsica, Murcia, Jaen, the Algarve, Algeciras, Gibraltar, the Canary Islands;
Count of Barcelona;
Lord of Biscay, Molina;
Duke of Athens, Neopatria;
Count of Roussillon, Cerdagne;
Margrave of Oristano, Goceano;

@ Replaced:

- Goceano (County) with Goceano (Margraviate)

@ Samples:

(July 1501) [12: p.221; Doc.# 57]
< Ferdinand II "the Catholic" (+1516), King of Sicily 1468, of Aragon 1479, of Naples 1504; ~ (1) 1474 Isabella (+1504), Queen of Castile 1474 >
Nos Ferdinandus, Dei gracia rex Castelle, Aragonum, Legionis, Sicilie, Granate, Toleti, Valencie, [Gallecie,] Maioricarum, Hispalis, Sardinie, Cardube, Corsice, Murcie, Giennis, Algarbi, Algezire, Gibraltaris et insularum Canarie,
comes Barchinone,
dominus Viscaye et Moline,
dux Athenarum et Neopatrie,
comes Rossillionis et Ceritanie,
marquius Oristanni et Gotiani






--- 1501-1504 ( Ferdinand II )

King of Castile, Aragon, Leon, Sicily, Granada, Toledo, Valencia, Galicia, Majorca, Seville, Sardinia, Cordova, Corsica, Murcia, Jaen, the Algarve, Algeciras, Gibraltar, the Canary Islands;
Count of Barcelona;
Lord of Biscay, Molina;
Duke of Apulia, Calabria, Athens, Neopatria;
Count of Roussillon, Cerdagne;
Margrave of Oristano, Goceano;

@ Added:

- Apulia, Calabria
After its conquest the Kingdom of Naples was devided by King Louis XII of France, and King Ferdinand II of Aragon. Ferdinand II received the Duchies of Apulia and Calabria (1501).

@ Samples:

(Mar 1503) [7: p.612-613; Doc.# 267]
< Ferdinand II "the Catholic" (+1516), King of Sicily 1468, of Aragon 1479, of Naples 1504; ~ (1) 1474 Isabella (+1504), Queen of Castile 1474 >
Nos Ferdinandus Dei Gratia Rex Castella, Aragonum, Legionis, Sicilie, Granate, Toleti, Valencie, Gallecie, Maioricarum, Hispalis, Sardinie, Cardube, Corsice, Murcie, Giennis, Algarbii, Algezire, Gibraltaris ac insulum Canarie,
Comes Barchinone,
Dominus Vizcaye et Moline,
Dux Calabrie et Appulie, Athenarum & Neopatrie,
Comes Rossilionis et Ceritanie,
Marchio Oristani et Gociani

(July 1503) [8: p.516-517; Doc.# 176]
Nos Ferdinandus, Dei gratia rex Castelle, Aragonum, Legionis, Sicilie, Granate, Toleti, Valencie, Gallecie, Maioricarum, Hispalis, Sardinie, Cardube, Corsice, Murcie, Giennis, Algarbii, Algezire, Gibraltaris ac insulum Canarie,
comes Barchinone,
dominus Vizcaye et Moline,
dux Calabrie et Apulie, Athenarumque et Neopatrie,
comes Rossilionis et Ceritanie,
marchio Oristanni et Gociani

@ Samples [Governors]:

(Apr 1504) [8: p.520; Doc.# 177]
< John II of Aragon (+1512), Count of Ribagorza 1485 >
Nós, don Joan d'Aragó, compte de Ribagorça,
loctinent general del sereníssim senyor rey, senyor nostre observandíssim
en lo principat de Cathalunya e comtats de Roselló e de Cerdanya

@ Samples [Auxiliary]:

(Jan 1493) [71: p.671]
< John (+1497), son of King Ferdinand II of Aragon >
Nos Ioannes Princeps Asturiarum & Gerundæ,
Dux Montisalbi &
Dominus Ciuitati Balagarii

(Aug 1501) [12: p.223; Doc.# 58]
Nós, don Joan d'Aragó, comte de Ribagorça,
loctinent general del sereníssim senyor rey, senyor nostre, observandíssim
en lo Principat de Cathalunya e comtats de Roselló e de Cerdanya e
procurator general en la ciutat de Balaguer en la vila e ducat de Montblanc,
constituit per lo dit senyor rei com pare e legítim administrador de
la illustríssima senyora princesa d'Asturies e de Gerona,
archiduquesa d'Austria e de Burgunya,
duquesa de Montblanc e
senyora de la cuitat de Balaguer; e
del dit senyor rei filla






--- 1504-1504 ( Ferdinand II )

King of Castile, Aragon, Leon, both Sicilies, Jerusalem, Granada, Toledo, Valencia, Galicia, Majorca, Seville, Sardinia, Cordova, Corsica, Murcia, Jaen, the Algarve, Algeciras, Gibraltar, the Canary Islands;
Count of Barcelona;
Lord of Biscay, Molina;
Duke of Athens, Neopatria;
Count of Roussillon, Cerdagne;
Margrave of Oristano, Goceano;

@ Replaced:

- [1504] Sicily, Apulia, Calabria with both Sicilies, Jerusalem
King Ferdinand II conquered the whole Kingdom of Naples from King Louis XII of France (1504).






--- 1504-1506 ( Ferdinand II )

King of Aragon, both Sicilies, Jerusalem, Valencia, Majorca, Sardinia, Corsica;
Count of Barcelona;
Lord of the Indias of the Ocean sea;
Duke of Athens, Neopatria;
Count of Roussillon, Cerdagne;
Margrave of Oristano, Goceano;

@ Removed:

- [1504] Castile, Leon, Granada, Toledo, Galicia, Seville, Cordova, Murcia, Jaen, the Algarve, Algeciras, Gibraltar, the Canary Islands, Biscay, Molina
The personal union of Aragon and Castile ended with the death of Queen Isabella I of Castile (1504).

@ Added:

- the Indias of the Ocean sea

@ Samples:

(June 1505) [45: tomo XXV (1854); p.407-408; Doc.# 3]
< Ferdinand II "the Catholic" (+1516), King of Sicily 1468, of Aragon 1479, of Naples 1504; ~ (1) 1474 Isabella (+1504), Queen of Castile 1474 >
Nos Ferdinandus Dei gratia Rex Aragonum, Siciliæ, citra et ultra Farum, Jerusalem, Valentiæ, Majoricarum, Sardiniæ, Corsicæ,
Comes Barchinonæ,
Dominus Indiorum maris Oceani,
Dux Athenarum et Neopatriæ,
Comes Roxilionis et Ceritaniæ,
Marchio Oristani et Goccani,
administrator et gobernator regnorum Castellæ, Legionis, Granatæ etc. pro Serenissima Regina Johanna, filia nostra carissima

(Apr 1506) [3: Documents; VII (Venise); p.263; Doc.# XXII]
Nos, Ferdinandus Dei gratia, rex Aragonum, Siciliae citra et ultra Farum, Hierusalem, Valencie, Majoricarum, Sardinie et Corsice,
comes Barcinone,
dominus Indiarum maris Oceani,
dux Athenarum et Neopatriae,
comes Rossilionis et Ceritaniae,
marchio Oristanni et Gociani,
administrator perpetuus regnorum Castelle, Legionis, Granate, etc. pro serenissima regina Johanna, filia nostra carissima






--- 1506-1512 ( Ferdinand II )

King of Aragon, both Sicilies, Jerusalem, Valencia, Majorca, Sardinia, Corsica;
Count of Barcelona;
Duke of Athens, Neopatria;
Count of Roussillon, Cerdagne;
Margrave of Oristano, Goceano;

@ Removed:

- [1506] the Indias of the Ocean sea
By the Treaty of Villafáfila, King Ferdinand II renounced in favour of his daughter, Queen Joan I of Castile, his rights in America (June 1506).

@ Samples:

(May 1510) [7: p.645; Doc.# 274]
< Ferdinand II "the Catholic" (+1516), King of Sicily 1468, of Aragon 1479, of Naples 1504; ~ (1) 1474 Isabella (+1504), Queen of Castile 1474 >
Don Ferrando, per la gracia de Dios, rey de Aragon, de las Dos Sicilias, de Iherusalem, de Valencia, de Mallorcas, de Cerdenya y Corcega,
conde de Barcelona,
duque de Athenas y Neopatria,
conde de Rossellon y Cerdanya,
marques de Oristan y de Gociano

(Aug 1512) [3: Documents; VIII (Aragon); p.341; Doc.# XXXIV]
Don Fernando, per la gracia de Deu, rey de Arago, de les Dos Sicilies, de Hierusalem, de Valencia, de Mallorques, de Cerdenya, de Corcega,
comte de Barcelona,
duch de Athenes y de Neopatria,
comte de Rossello y Cerdanya,
marques de Oristan y de Gociano






--- 1512-1516 ( Ferdinand II )

King of Aragon, Navarra, Sicily on this side & beyond of the lighthouse / both Sicilies, Jerusalem, Valencia, Majorca, Sardinia, Corsica;
Count of Barcelona;
Duke of Athens, Neopatria;
Count of Roussillon, Cerdagne;
Margrave of Oristano, Goceano;

@ Added:

- [1512] Navarra
King Ferdinand II conquered the Southern part of the Kingdom of Navarra (1512).

@ Samples:

(July 1513) [81: tomo II; p.98; Doc.# LXX]
Nos Don Fernando per la gracia de Deu Rey d'Arago, de Navarra, de las dos Sicilias, de Hierusalem, de Valencia, de Mallorques, de Cerdanya, de Corsega,
Comte de Barcelona,
Duch de Athenas y de Neopatria,
Comte de Rossello y de Cerdanya,
Marques de Oristany de Gociano

(May 1515) [15: volume 13; p.494]
< Ferdinand II "the Catholic" (+1516), King of Sicily 1468, of Aragon 1479, of Naples 1504; ~ (1) 1474 Isabella (+1504), Queen of Castile 1474 >
Ferdinandus, Dei Gratiâ, Rex Aragonum, Navarræ, Siciliæ citra & ultra Farum, Hierusalem, Valentiæ, Majoricarum, Sardiniæ & Corsicæ,
Comes Barcinonæ,
Dux Athenarum & Neopatriæ,
Comes Rossilionis & Ceritaniæ,
Marchio Oristanni et Gotiani

(Dec 1515) [78: tomo XXVI (1855); p.26-27; Doc.# 30] [15: volume 13; p.528]
Nos Ferdinandus Dei gratia Rex Aragonum, Sicilie citra et ultra Farum, Hierusalem, Navarre, Valentie, Majoricarum, Sardinie et Corsice,
comes Barchinone,
Dux Athenarum et Neopatrie,
comes Rossilionis et Certanie,
Marchio Oristani et Gociani
+
regnorumque nostrorum videlicet Sicilie ultra Farum anno quadragesimo octavo, Aragonum et aliorum tricesimo septimo, Sicilie citra Farum et Hierusalem decimo tertio, Navarre autem quarto






--- 1516-1519 ( Joan I & Charles I [ V as Emperor ] )

King of Castile, Aragon, both Sicilies, Jerusalem, Leon, Navarra, Granada, Toledo, Valencia, Galicia, Majorca, Sevilla, Sardinia, Cordova, Corsica, Murcia, Jaen, the Algarves, Algeciras, Gibraltar, the Islands of Canary & Indias, Mainland of the Ocean sea;
Archduke of Austria;
Duke of Burgundy, Brabant;
Count of Barcelona, Flanders, Tyrol;
Lord of Biscay, Molina;
Duke of Athens, Neopatria;
Count of Roussillon, Cerdagne;
Margrave of Oristano, Goceano;

@ Added:

- [1516] Castile, Leon, Granada, Toledo, Galicia, Sevilla, Cordova, Murcia, Jaen, the Algarves, Algeciras, Gibraltar, the Islands of Canary & Indias, Mainland of the Ocean sea, Austria, Burgundy, Brabant, Flanders, Tyrol, Biscay, Molina
Queen Joan I of Castile, widow of Philip of Austria, ruler of the Netherlands, succeeded her father, Ferdinand II in Aragon (1516).
Note. Joan's son, Charles, became her co-ruler in the Castilian and Aragonese possessions.

@ Samples:

(Jan 1517) [5: p.478-479; Doc.# 293]
< Joan (+1555), Queen of Castile 1504, of Aragon 1516; with her son Charles I (+1558), Archduke of of Austria [1519–1521], Duke of Brabant 1506; King of Aragon & Castile [1516-1556]; Emperor of the Romans (Charles V) 1519 >
Nos Joanna et Carolus, eius filius primogenitus, Dei gracia, reges Castellæ, Aragonum, Legionis, utriusque Siciliæ, Hierusalem, Navarræ, Granatæ, Toleti, Valentiæ, Galletiæ, Majoricarum, Hispalis, Sardiniæ, Cardubæ, Corsicæ, Murciæ, Gieninis, Algarbi, Algeziræ, Gibraltaris, ac insularum Canariæ, nec non insularum Indiarum et terre firmæ Maris Oceani,
archiduces Austriæ,
duces Burgundiæ et Bravantiæ,
comites Barchinonæ, Flandriæ et Tiroli,
domini Vizcaiæ et Molinæ,
duces Athenarum et Neopatriæ,
comites Rossilionis et Ceritaniæ,
marchiones Oristani et Gotiani

(June 1519) [12: p.251; Doc.# 64]
Nos Joanna et Carolus, eius filius primogenitus, Dei gracia, reges Castelle, Aragonum, Legionis, utriusque Sicilie, Hierusalem, Navarre, Granate, Toleti, Valentie, Gallecie, Maioricarum, Hispalis, Sardinie, Cardube, Corsice, [Murcie, Gieninis,] Algarbii, Algezire, Gibraltaris, ac insularum Canarie ac etiam insularum Indiarum et terre firme Maris Oceani,
archiduces Austrie,
duces Burgundie et Brabantie,
comites Barchinone, Flandrie et Tiroli, item
domini Viscaye et Moline et
duces Athenarum et Neopatrie,
comites Rossilionis et Ceritanie,
marchiones Oristani et Gotiani






--- 1519-1556 ( Joan I & Charles I [ V as Emperor ] )

King of Castile, Aragon, both Sicilies, Jerusalem, Hungary, Dalmatia, Croatia, Leon, Navarra, Granada, Toledo, Valencia, Galicia, Majorca, Sevilla, Sardinia, Cordova, Corsica, Murcia, Jaen, the Algarves, Algeciras, Gibraltar, the Islands of Canary & Indias, Mainland of the Ocean sea;
Archduke of Austria;
Duke of Burgundy, Brabant;
Count of Barcelona, Flanders, Tyrol;
Lord of Biscay, Molina;
Duke of Athens, Neopatria;
Count of Roussillon, Cerdagne;
Margrave of Oristano, Goceano;

@ Added:

- [1519] Hungary, Dalmatia, Croatia
King Charles I inherited possessions and claims of his grandfather, Emperor Maximilian I (1519).
Notes. 1. The House of Austria had claimed the Crown of Hungary since 1459, when the Hungarian nobles, who were opposed to King Matthew "the Corvinus", elected Emperor Frederick, Maximilian's father, King of Hungary. The Crown of Hungary included the Kingdoms of Hungary, Dalmatia, Croatia, Dalmatia, etc.
2. In 1519, the Princes-Electors elected King Charles I as the head of the Holy Roman Empire (Charles V).

@ Samples:

(May 1526) [53: p.83]
< Joan (+1555), Queen of Castile 1504, of Aragon 1516; with her son Charles I (+1558), Archduke of of Austria [1519–1521], Duke of Brabant 1506; King of Aragon & Castile [1516-1556]; Emperor of the Romans (Charles V) 1519 >
Nos Carolus divina favente clementia romanorum Imperator semper augustus,
Rex Germaniae,
Joanna ejus mater, et idem Carolus ejus filius, Dei gratia, Rex Castellae, Aragonum, Legionis, utriusque Siciliae, Jerusalem, Hungariae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Navarrae, Granatae, Toleti, Valentiae, Galiciae, Majoricarum, Hispalis, Sardiniae, Cordubae, Corsicae, Murciae, Giennis, Algarbi, Algezirae, Gibraltaris, insularum Canariae, Indiarumque insularum, et Terrae firmae maris Occeani,
Archiduces Austriae,
Duces Burgundiae et Brabantiae,
Comites Barcinonis, Flandriae et Tirolis, etc.
Domini Viscaiae et Molinae, etc.
Duces Athenarum et Neopatriae,
Comites Rossilionis, et Ceritaniae,
Marchiones Oristani et Gociani

(Sep 1542) [8: p.537; Doc.# 181]
Nos, Carolus, divina favente clemencia romanorum imperator, semper augustus,
rex Germanie;
Ioanna, eius mater, et idem Carolus, Dei gracia, reges Castelle, Aragonum, utriusque Sicilie, Hierusalem, Hungarie, Dalmatie, Croatie, Legionis, Navarre, Granate, Toleti, Valentie, Galletie, Maioricarum, Hispalis, Sardinie, Cardube, Corsice, Murtie, Giennis, Algarbii, Algezire, Gibraltaris, insularum Canarie Indiarumque insularum et terre firme maris oceani,
archiduces Austrie,
duces Burgundie et Brabantis et cetera,
comites Barchinone, Flandrie, et Tiroli, et cetera,
domini Viscaye et Moline,
duces Atthenarum et Neopatrie,
comites Rossilionis et Ceritanie,
marchiones Oristanni et Gotiani

@ Samples [Governors]:

(Dec 1547) [8: p.540-541; Doc.# 182]
< Philip (+1598), Duke of Milan; King of Naples 1554, of Castile (Philip II) & Aragon 1556, of Portugal 1581 >
Nos, Philipus, Dei gratia princeps Asturiarum et Gerunde,
primogenitus regnorum Castelle, Aragonum, Legionis, utriusque Sicilie, et cetera,
gubernator generalis regnorum corone Aragonum,
dux Montisalbi et
dominus civitatis Balagarii,
locumtenens generalis sacre, cesaree, catholice et regie maiestatis, patris, regis et domini mei observandissimi
in principatu Cathalonie et comittatibus Rossilionis et Ceritanie

(Dec 1552) [8: p.543-544; Doc.# 183]
Nos, Philippus, Dei gratia princeps Asturiarum et Gerunde,
primogenitus regnorum Castelle, Aragonum, utriusque Sicilie, Hierusalem et cetera,
gubernator generalis regnorum corone Aragonum,
dux Montisalbi et
dominus civitatis Balaguarii






--- 1556-1558 ( Philip [ II as King of Castile ] )

King of Castile, Aragon, both Sicilies, Jerusalem, England, France, Ireland, Hungary, Dalmatia, Croatia, Leon, Navarra, Granada, Toledo, Valencia, Galicia, Majorca, Sevilla, Sardinia, Cordova, Corsica, Murcia, Jaen, the Algarves, Algeciras, Gibraltar, the Islands of Canary & Indias, Mainland of the Ocean sea;
Archduke of Austria;
Duke of Burgundy, Brabant, Milan;
Count of Barcelona, Flanders, Tyrol;
Lord of Biscay, Molina;
Duke of Athens, Neopatria;
Count of Roussillon, Cerdagne;
Margrave of Oristano, Goceano;

@ Added:

- [1556] England, France, Ireland, Milan
Philip, King of Naples, Duke of Milan, and husband of Queen Mary I of England, succeeded in Aragon and Castilia after of the abdication of his father, Charles I (1556).

@ Samples:

(July 1557) [67: VII (1994); Audiencias IV; p.18-19; Doc.# 298-1] < for Aragon >
< Philip (+1598), Duke of Milan; King of Naples 1554, of Castile (Philip II) & Aragon 1556, of Portugal 1581; ~ (2) 1554 Mary I (+1558), Queen of England >
Nos Philipus, Dei gratia, Rex Castellae, Aragonum, utriusque Siciliae, Hierusalem, Angliae, Franciae, Hiberniae, Hungariae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Legionis, Navarrae, Granatae,Toleti, Valentiae, Galiziae, Maioricarum, Hispalis, Sardiniae, Cordubae, Corsicae, Murtiae, Giennis, Algarbii, Algezirae, Gibraltaris, insularum Canariae necnon insularum Indiarum et terrae fermae maris oceani,
Archidux Austriae,
Dux Burgundiae, Brabantiae, et Mediolani,
Comes Barcinonae, Flandriae et Tirolis,
Dominus Vizcaiae, & Molinae,
Dux Athenarum et Neopatriae,
Comes Rossellonis et Ceritaniae,
Marchio Oristanni et Gotianni






--- 1558-1581 ( Philip [ II as King of Castile ] )

King of Castile, Aragon, both Sicilies, Jerusalem, Hungary, Dalmatia, Croatia, Leon, Navarra, Granada, Toledo, Valencia, Galicia, Majorca, Sevilla, Sardinia, Cordova, Corsica, Murcia, Jaen, the Algarves, Algeciras, Gibraltar, the Islands of Canary & Indias, Mainland of the Ocean sea;
Archduke of Austria;
Duke of Burgundy, Brabant;
Count of Barcelona, Flanders, Tyrol;
Lord of Biscay, Molina;
Duke of Athens, Neopatria;
Count of Roussillon, Cerdagne;
Margrave of Oristano, Goceano;

@ Removed:

- [1558] England, France, Ireland
The union of Spain and England ended with the death of King Philip's second wife, Queen Mary I of England (1558).

@ Samples:

(Apr 1564) [12: p.260; Doc.# 66]
< Philip (+1598), Duke of Milan; King of Naples 1554, of Castile (Philip II) & Aragon 1556, of Portugal 1581; ~ (2) 1554 Mary I (+1558), Queen of England >
Nos, Philippus, Dei gratia rex Castellae, Aragonum, utriusque Siciliae, Hierusalem, Ungariae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Legionis, Navarrae, Granatae, Tolleti, Valenciae, [Galleciae,] Maioricarum, Hispalis, Sardiniae, Cardubae, Corsicae, Murciae, Giennis, Algarbii, Algezirae, Gibraltaris, Insularum Canariae Insularumque Indiarum et terrae firmae Maris Oceani,
archidux Austriae,
dux Burgundiae, Brabantiae et Mediolani,
comes Barchinonae, Flandrie et Tiroli,
dominus Viscayae et Molinae,
dux Athenarum et Neopatriae,
comes Rossilionis et Ceritanis,
marchio Oristanni et Gotiani

(July 1575) [32: p.240; Doc.# X]
Nos Philippus Dei gratia Rex Castellæ, Aragonum, ulriusque Seisciliæ, Hierusalem, Ungariæ, Dalmaciæ, Croaciæ, Legionis, Navarræ, Granatæ, Toleli, Valentiæ, Galletiæ, Maioricarum, Hispalis, Sardiniæ, Cordubæ, Corsicæ, Murtiæ, Jaennis, Algarbii, Algeziræ, Gibraltaris, insularum Canariæ, nechnon insularum Indiarum et ??rra firmæ maris Occeani,
Archidux Austriæ,
Dux Burgundiæ, Brabantis et Mediolani,
Comes Barchinonæ, Flandriæ et Tirolis,
Dominus Viscayæ et Molinæ,
Dux Athenarum et Neopatriæ,
Comes Rosilionie et Ceritaniæ,
Marchio Oristani et Goceani






--- 1581-1587

King of Castile, Aragon, Leon, both Sicilies, Jerusalem, Portugal, Hungary, Dalmatia, Croatia, Navarra, Granada, Toledo, Valencia, Galicia, Majorca, Sevilla, Sardinia, Cordova, Corsica, Murcia, Jaen, the Algarves, Algeciras, Gibraltar, the Islands of Canary, the Islands of East & West Indias, Mainland of the Ocean sea;
Archduke of Austria;
Duke of Burgundy, Brabant, Milan, Athenas, Neopatria;
Count of Habsburg, Flanders, Tyrol, Barcelona, Roussillon, Cerdagne;
Margrave of Oristano, Goceano;

@ Replaced:

- the Indias, Biscay, Molina with Portugal, "East & West Indias", Habsburg
King Philip II introduced the new version of the Aragonese royal title, which among other things reflected his acquisition of Portugal in 1581.

@ Samples:

(Mar 1581) [68: p.134; Doc.# CCCLV]
< Filippo II conferisce la carica di suo Luogotenente nel principato di Catalogna a don Carlo d'Aragona >
< Philip (+1598), Duke of Milan; King of Naples 1554, of Castile (Philip II) & Aragon 1556, of Portugal 1581 >
Nos Phillppus Dei gratia Rex Castellae, Aragonum, Legionis, Utriusqne Siclliae, Hierusalem, Portugaliae, Ungariae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Navarrae, Granatae, Toleti, Valentiae, Galletiae, Maioricarum, Hispalis, Sardiniae, Cordubae, Corsicae, Murtiae, Giennis, Algarblj, Algeziriae, Gibraitaris, Insalarum Canariae, necnon Indiarum Orientalium et Occidentalium, Insularum ae terrae firmae maris Oceani,
Archidux Austriae,
Dux Burgundiae, Bravantiae et Medlolani, Athenarum et Neopatriae,
Comes Habspurgi, Flandriae, Tirolis, Barcinonae, Rossillonis et Ceritaniae,
Marchio Oristanni et Gociani

(Nov 1585) [56: tomo II (1890); p.193; Doc.# I]
Nos Philippus Dei gratia rex Castelle Aragonum Legionis utriusque Sicilie Hierusalem Portugalie Hungarie Dalmatie Croatie Navarre Granate Toleti Valentie Gallesie Majoricarum Hispalis Sardinie Cordube Corsice Murcie Giennis Algarbii Algezire Gibraltaris Insularum Canarie Indiarum Orientalium et Occidentalium Insularum et Terre firme maris Occeani
archidux Austrie
dux Burgundie Bravantio Mediolanl Athenarum et Neopatrie
comes Abspurgi Flandie Tirolis Barchinone Rossilionis et Ceritanie
marchio Oristani et Goceani

(Dec 1585) [8: p.560-561; Doc.# 186]
Nos, Philippus, Dei gratia rex Castelle, Aragonum, Legionis, utriusque Sicilie, Hierusalem, Portugalie, Ungarie, Dalmatie, Croatie, Navarre, Granate, Toleti, Vallentie, Gallecie, Maioricarum, Hispalis, Sardinie, Cardube, Corsice, Murcie, Giennis, Algarbii, Algezire, Gibraltaris, insularum Canarie necnon Indiarum orientalium et occidentalum, insularum ac terre firme maris oceani,
archidux Austrie,
dux Burgundie, Brabantis, Mediolani, Athenarum et Neopatrie,
comes Abspurgii, Flandrie, Tirolis, Barcinone, Rossilionis et Ceritanie,
marchio Oristani et Gociani

(May 1587) [33: tomo VIII; p.512; Doc.# CXV]
Nos, Philippus, Dei gratia rex Castelle Aragonum Legionis utriusque Sicilie Hierusalem Portugallie Ungarie Dalmatie Croatie Navarre Granate Toleti Valentie Galletie Majoricarum Hispalis Sardinie Cordube Corsice Murtie Giennis Algarbii Algezire Gibraltaris insularum Canarie necnon Indiarium orientalium et occidentalium insularum ac terre firme maris Occeani
archidux Austrie
dux Burgundie Bravantie Mediolani Athenarum et Neopatrie
comes Habspurgii Flandrie Tirolis Barcinone Rossilionis et Ceritanie
marchio Oristanni et Goceanni






--- 1587-1668

Notes.
1. By 1640 France began to interfere in Spanish politics, aiding the revolt in Catalonia.
2. In 1641, King Louis XIII of France was proclaimed Count of Barcelona.
3. In 1652, the French authorities renounced Catalonia, but held control of Roussillon.
4. By the Treaty of the Pyrenees in 1659, France gained Roussillon.

King of Castile, Aragon, Leon, both Sicilies, Jerusalem, Portugal, Hungary, Dalmatia, Croatia, Navarra, Granada, Toledo, Valencia, Galicia, Majorca, Sevilla, Sardinia, Cordova, Corsica, Murcia, Jaen, the Algarves, Algeciras, Gibraltar, the Islands of Canary, the Islands of East & West Indias, Mainland of the Ocean sea;
Archduke of Austria;
Duke of Burgundy, Brabant, Milan, Athenas, Neopatria;
Count of Habsburg, Flanders, Tyrol, Barcelona, Roussillon, Cerdagne;
Margrave of Oristano;
Count of Goceano;

@ Replaced:

- Goceano (Margraviate) with Goceano (County)

@ Samples:

(Aug 1587) [11: p.956]
< Philip (+1598), Duke of Milan; King of Naples 1554, of Castile (Philip II) & Aragon 1556, of Portugal 1581 >
Nos, Philippus, Dei gratia Rex Castelle, Aragonum, Legionis, utriusque Siciliae, Hierusalem, Portugalliae, Hungariae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Navarrae, Granatae, Toleti, Valentiae, Gallecie, Maioricarum, Hispalis, Sardiniae, Cardubae, Corsicae, Murtiae, Giennis, Algarbii, Algesirae, Gibraltaris, Insularum Canariae, necnon Indiarum Orientalium et Occidentalum, Insularum ac Terrae firmae Maris Oceani,
Archidux Austriae,
Dux Burgundiae, Brabantiae, Mediolani, Athenarum et Neopatriae,
Comes Abspurgi, Flandriae, Tirolis, Barcinonae, Rossilionis et Ceritaniae,
Marchio Oristani, et
Comes Goceani

(Mar 1615) [26: p.1]
< Philip (+1621), King of Castile (Philip III), Aragon & Portugal 1598 >
Nos Don Felipe, por la gracia de Dios, Rey de Castilla, de Aragon, de Leon, de las dos Sicilias, de Hierusalen, de Portugal, de Vngria, de Dalmacia, de Croacia, de Nauarra, de Granada, de Toledo, de Valencia, de Galicia, de Mallorca, de Seuilla, de Cerdeña, de Cordoua, de Corcega, de Murcia, de Jaen, de los Algarbes, de Algezira, de Gibraltar, de las Islas de Canaria, de las Jndias Orientales, y Occidentales, Islas y Tierra firme del Mar Occeano,
Archiduque de Austria,
Duque de Borgoña, de Brauante, de Milan, de Athenas, y Neopatria,
Conde de Abspurg, de Flandes, de Tirol, de Barcelona, de Rossellon, y Cerdaña,
Marques de Oristan, y
Conde de Goceano

(Apr 1642) [11: p.1042]
< Philip (+1665), King of Castile (Philip IV), Aragon 1621, of Portugal [1621-1640] >
Nos, Philippus, Dei gratia Rex Castellae, Aragonum, Legionis, utriusque Siciliae, Hierusalem, Portugalliae, Hungariae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Navarrae, Granatae, Toleti, Valentiae, Gallecie, Mayoricarum, Hispalis, Sardiniae, Cardubae, Corsicae, Murtiae, Giemnis, Algarbii, Algesirae, Gibraltaris, Insularum Canariae, necnon Indiarum Orientalium et Occidentalum, Insularum ac Terraefirmae Maris Oceany,
Archidux Austriae,
Dux Burgundiae, Brabantiae, Mediolani, Athenarum et Neopatriae,
Comes Habspurgy, Flandriae, Tirolis, Barchinonae, Rossilionis et Ceritaniae,
Marchio Oristany, et
Comes Gociany

(Jan 1664) [12: p.279; Doc.# 73]
Nos, Philipus, Dei gratia rex Castellae, Aragonum, Legionis, utriusque Siciliae, Hierusalem, Portugaliae, Hungariae, Dalmaciae, Croaciae, Navarrae, Granatae, Tolleti, Valenciae, Galletiae, Maioricarum, Hispalis, Sardiniae, Cardubae, Corsicae, Murciae, Giennis, Algarbii, Algezirae, Gibraltaris, Insularum Canarie necnon Indiarum Orientalium et Occidentalium, insularum et terrae firmae Maris Oceani,
archidux Austriae,
dux Burgundiae, Bravantiae et Mediolani, Attenarum, Neopatriae et
comes Habsburgii, Flandriae, Tirolis, Barchinonae, [Rossilionis] et Ceritaniae,
marchio Oristanni et
comes Gotiani

@ Samples [Auxiliary]:

(Mar 1644) [12: p.277; Doc.# 72]
< Louis XIV, King of France 1643 >
Nos Ludovicus Dei gratia, Franciae et Navarrae rex christianissimus,
comes Barcinona, Rossilionis et Ceritaniae






--- 1668-1711

King of Castile, Aragon, Leon, both Sicilies, Jerusalem, Hungary, Dalmatia, Croatia, Navarra, Granada, Toledo, Valencia, Galicia, Majorca, Sevilla, Sardinia, Cordova, Corsica, Murcia, Jaen, the Algarves, Algeciras, Gibraltar, the Islands of Canary, the Islands of East & West Indias, Mainland of the Ocean sea;
Archduke of Austria;
Duke of Burgundy, Brabant, Milan, Athenas, Neopatria;
Count of Habsburg, Flanders, Tyrol, Barcelona, Roussillon, Cerdagne;
Margrave of Oristano;
Count of Goceano;

@ Removed:

- [1668] Portugal
By the Treaty of Lisbon, Spain recognized the independence of Portugal (Feb 1668).

@ Samples:

(Feb 1669) [28: p.1]
< Charles II (+1700), King of Castile & Aragon 1665 >
Nos D. Carlos, por la gracia de Dios, Rei de Castilla, de Aragon, de Leon, de las dos Sicilias, de Ierusalen, de Vngria, de Dalmacia, de Croacia, de Navarra, de Granada, de Toledo, de Valencia, de Galicia, de Mallorca, de Sevilla, de Cerdeña, de Cordova, de Corcega, de Murcia, de Iaen, de los Algarbes, de Algecira, de Gibraltar, de las Islas de Canaria, de las Indias Orientales, y Occidentales, Islas y tierra firme del Mar Occeano,
Archiduque de Austria,
Duque de Borgoña, de Brabante, de Milan, de Atenas, y Neopatria,
Conde de Abspurg, de Flandes, de Tirol, de Barcelona, de Rossellon, y Cerdaña,
Marques de Oristan, y
Conde de Goceano y
la Reina Doña Mariana de Austria, su Madre, Tutora, y Curadora, y Governadora universal de todos sus Reinos y Monarquia

(Oct 1697) [46: p.34; Doc.# 4]
Nos Don Carlos, por la gracia de Dios Rey de Castilla, de Aragon, de Leon, de las dos Sicilias, de Jerusalen, de Hungría, de Dalmacia, de Croacia, de Navarra, de Granada, de Toledo, de Valencia, de Galicia, de Mallorca, de Sevilla, de Cerdena, de Córdoba, de Corcega, de Murcia, de Jaen, de los Algarbes, de Algecira, de Gibraltar, de las Islas de Canaria, de las Indias Orientales y Occidentales, Islas y Tierra-firme del mar océano,
Archiduque de Austria,
Duque de Borgoña, de Brabante, de Milan, de Atenas, de Neopatria,
Conde de Aspurg, de Flandes, de Tirol, de Barcelona, de Rosellon y Cerdaña,
Marques de Oristan, y
Conde de Gocceano

(Apr 1702) [55: p.388]
< Philip (+1746), King of Castile (Philip V) & Aragon [1700-1724; 1724-1746] >
Nos Philippus, Dei gratia Rex Caslellæ, Aragonum, Legionis, utriusque Siciliæ, Hierusalem, Vngariæ, Dalmatiæ, Croatiæ, Navarræ, Granatæ, Toleti, Valentiæ, Galitiæ, Maioricarum, Hispalis, Sardiniæ, Corduvæ, Corsìcæ, Murciæ, Giennis, Algarbij, Algeciræ, Gibraltaris, Insularum Canariæ, necnon Indiarum Orientalium, & Occidentalium, Insularum, ac Terræ Firmæ Maris Oceani,
Archidux Austriæ,
Dux Burgondiæ, Brabantiæ, Mediolani, Athenarum, & Neopatriæ,
Comes Abspurgij, Flandriæ, Tirolis, Barchinonæ, Rosilionis, & Ceritaniæ,
Marchio Oristani, &
Comes Gocceani

(Mar 1706) [54: p.1]
< Charles (+1740), King of Castile (Charles "III"), Aragon and Sardinia [1702-1713], Emperor of the Romans (Charles VI) 1711; King of Germany, of Hungary & Bohemia 1711; Archduke of Austria 1711 >
Nos Carolus Dei gratia Rex Caslellæ, Aragonum, Legionis, vtriusque Siciliæ, Hierusalem, Vngariæ, Dalmatiæ, Croatiæ, Navarræ, Granatæ, Toleti, Valentiæ, Galletiæ, Maioricarum, Hispalis, Sardiniæ, Corduvæ, Corsìcæ, Murtiæ, Giennis, Algarbij, Algeziræ, Gibraltaris, Insularum Canariæ, nec non Indiarum Orientalium, & Occidentalium, Insularum, ac Terræ firmæ Maris Oceani,
Archidux Austriæ,
Dux Burgondiæ, Bravantiæ, Mediolani, Athenarum, & Neopatriæ,
Comes Abspurgij, Flandriæ, Tirolis, Barchinonæ, Rossillionis, & Ceritaniæ,
Marchio Oristanni, &
Comes Goceani









Appendix 1. Urgell / Urgel

@ Samples:

(May 1186) [70: tome II; p.376; Doc.# III (18a)]
< Ermengol X (+1314), Count of Urgel 1268 >
ego Ermengaudus Dei gratia comes Urgelli

(Jan 1283) [12: p.37-38; Doc.# 3]
nos Ermengaudus, Dei gratia, comes Urgellensis

(Apr 1308) [12: p.45-46; Doc.# 7]
Ermengau, per la gràcia de Déu, comte d'Urgell

(July 1311) [12: p.51-52; Doc.# 9]
nos Ermengaudus, Dei gratia, comes Urgelli

(Nov 1314) [12: p.61-62; Doc.# 12]
< Teresia of Entença (+1327), Countess of Urgell & Viscountess of Ager 1314; ~ 1314 Alphonse IV (+1336), King of Aragon 1327 >
Nos, infans Alfonsus, illustrissimi domini Iacobi, Dei gratia, regis Aragone, Valencie, Sardinie, et Corsice, ac Comitis Barchinone filius,
Dei gratia, comes Urgellensis et
vice-comitis Agerensis

(Jan 1324) [12: p.72; Doc.# 16]
nos infans Alfonsus, illustrissimi domini regis Aragonum primogenitus, eiusque
generalis procurator ac
comes Urgelli

(July 1334) [12: p.89; Doc.# 21]
< James I (+1347), Count of Urgell & Viscount of Ager 1327 >
nos infans Iacobus, illustrissimi domini regis Aragonum filius,
Dei gratia, comes Urgelli et
vicecomes Agerensis

(May 1346) [12: p.123; Doc.# 26]
Nos infans Iacobus, illustrissimi domini Alfonsi, bone memorie, regis Aragonum filius,
Dei gratia, comes Urgelli et
vicecomes Agerensis

(Mar 1386) [12: p.147-148; Doc.# 35]
< Peter of Aragon (+1408), Count of Urgell & Viscount of Ager 1347 >
nos, Petrus, incliti domini infantis Iacobi, bone memorie, filius,
Dei gratia, comes Urgelli et
vicecomes Ageris

(Apr 1409) [12: p.155-156; Doc.# 39]
< James II (+1433), Count of Urgell & Viscount of Ager [1408–1413] >
nos Iacobus de Aragonia,
Dei gratia comes Urgelli et
vicecomes Ageris









Appendix 2. Roussillon, Cerdagne & Majorca

Notes.
In 1276, Roussillon, Cerdagne and Majorca were separated from Aragon when it passed to James, the second son of King James I of Aragon.
In 1349, Roussillon, Cerdagne and Majorca were reincorporated to the Crown of Aragon.

@ Samples:

(Oct 1255) [80: tomo XXI (1851); p.264; Doc.# IX]
< Peter (+1258), Lord of of Majorca; son of King Sancho I of Portugal; ~ Aurembiaix (+1231), Countess of Urgell 1208 >
nos Infans dompnus Petrus illustris quondam Regis Porlugaliae filias et
regni Maioricarum Dominus

(Sep 1276) [1: tome 1; p.443; Doc.# XXVI]
< James II of Aragon (+1311), King of Majorca, Count of Roussillon & Cerdagne 1276 >
nos Jacobus, Dei gracia, rex Majoricarum,
comes Russillone et Ceritanie et
dominus Montispessulani

(1289) [69: tome IV (1742); Preuves; p.91; Doc.# XXXIV]
Jacobus, Dei gratia, rex Majoricarum,
comes Rossillonis, Ceritaniæ, &
dominus Montis-pessulani

(Aug 1302) [1: tome 1; p.473-474; Doc.# XLII]
nos Jacobus, Dei gracia, rex Majoricarum,
comes Rossillonis et Ceritanie et
dominus Montispessulani

(Jan 1323) [80: tomo XXI (1851); p.302; Doc.# XXX]
< Sancho (+1324), King of Majorca, Count of Roussillon & Cerdagne 1311 >
nos Sancius Dei gratia Rex Maioricarum,
Comes Rossilionis et Cerilaniae et
Dominus Monlispesulani

(July 1325) [31: tome 7e; p.457; Doc.# XXII]
< James III of Aragon (+1349), King of Majorca, Count of Roussillon & Cerdagne 1324 >
nos Jacobus D. G. rex Majoricarum,
comes Rossilionis el Ceritaniae, et
dominus Montispessulani

(Nov 1347) [1: tome 2, p.355-356; Doc.# LXXXIX]
nos Jacobus, Dei gracia, rex Majoricarum,
comes Rossillonis et Ceritanie ac
dominus Montispessulani

@ Samples [Regents]:

(Sep 1235) [3: Documents; VI (Majorque); p.185; Doc.# II]
< Peter (+1258), son of Sancho I, King of Portugal; Lord of Majorca 1231; ~1229 Aurembiaix(+1231), Countess of Urgell >
nos P., Dei gratia, regni Majoricarum dominus









Appendix 3. Empúries

@ Samples:

(Feb 1317) [47: tomo XLIV (1826); Tratado LXXXII; p.305-306; Doc.# XXVI]
< Malgauli (+1322), Count of Empúries & Viscaunt of Bas 1313 >
Nos Malgaulinus Dei gratia Impuriarum Comes &
Vice comes de Basso