The Arms of the Kings of Castile

Roll of the Kings of Castile

These are the dates for their reign, beginning to end. There are some cases where the end of the reign was not the end of their life, so I give the death date if I know it. I have tried to give some indication (where I can) of how they died (or ended their reign.)
ab. = abdicated,  kib. = killed in battle, as. = assassinated, ex. = executed, dep = deposed

Sancho 1029-1035 d. Also Sancho III, King of Navarre, 1000-1035
Fernando 1035-1065 d. Also King of Leon 1038-1039
Sancho II 1066-1072 d. Also King of Leon 1070-1072
Alfonso VI 1072-1109 d. Also King of Leon 1065-1070, ab.
Also Emperor of Spain 1077-1109
Urraca 1109-1126 d. Queen, With Alphonso I, King of Aragon.
Alfonso VII 1126-1157 d.  
Sancho III 1157-1158 d.
Alfonso VIII 1158-1214 d.
Erique I 1214-1217
Fernando III 1217-1252 d. Also King of Leon 1230-1252

In 1230 the crowns of Leon and Castile (which were never all that far apart to begin with) are combined, and all further monarchs of Castile are also monarchs of Leon, by default.
Alfonso X 1252-1282 dep. 1284 d.
Sancho IV 1284-1296 d.
Fernando IV 1296-1312 d.
Alfonso XI 1312-1350 d.
Pedro I (the Cruel) 1350-1366 dep.
Enrique II 1366-1367 dep.
Pedro I (again, still cruel) 1367-1369 ass.
Enrique II (again) 1369-1379 d.
Juan I 1370-1390 d.
Enrique III 1390-1406 d.
Juan II 1406-1454 d.
Enrique IV 1454-1474 d.
Isabel I 1474-1504 d. Marries Fernando II of Aragon 1479



The marriage of Fernando and Isabel unites the Crowns of Castille & Leon with that of Aragon.



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