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Angel painting, Metropolitan CathedralñBasilica of the Assumption of Our Lady of Valencia, Valencia, Spain
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Ferdinand the Catholic (1452-1516). King of Aragon (1479Ð1516, as Ferdinand II), Sicily (1468Ð1516), Naples (1504Ð1516), Valencia, Sardinia, and Navarre, Count of Barcelona and King of Castile (1474Ð1
Spain. Valencia. The Revolt of the Brotherhoods. Revolt by artisan guilds against the government of King Charles I in the Kingdom of Valencia, part of the Crown of Aragon. It took place from 1519Ð1523
Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar (c.1043-1099), known as El Cid. Castilian nobleman, military leader and diplomat. Conquest of Valencia (June 15, 1094). Spain. Colored engraving.
Death of two Franciscan friars, executed by the Moorish king Zayd Abu Zayd, in the convent of Saint Francis of Assisi. Valencia. 13th Century  Nineteenth century engraving.
Peter IV of Aragon, the Ceremonious (1319-1387). King of Aragon, Valencia, Majorca and Count of Barcelona. Portrait in a capital letter of the 'Book of Privileges of the Cartuja de Vall de Christ'. Co
Martin I of Aragon, The Humane (1356-1410).  King of Aragon, Valencia, Sardinia, and Corsica and Count of Barcelona from 1396 and King of Sicily from 1409 (as Martin II). Portrait. Capital letter in '
Interview of Alcaniz (1232) between Hugo of Forcalquier, kneeling, and Blasco of Alagon, proposing to King James I the conquest of the Kingdom of Valencia. Miniature of "Llibre dels Feyts" or "Chronic
Walls of Valencia city where flew the flag of king James i the Conqueror for the first time  on September 28, 1238. Mural painting from the 14th century. Alcan~iz Castle. Teruel Province. Aragon. Spai
CID CAMPEADOR, EL (Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar, llamado) (Vivar, h.1043-Valencia, 1099). Noble castellano, armado caballero por el infante Sancho. Calle de El Cid, con placa que explica que aquí vivió y tuv
Ausias March (ca.1397-1425). Valencian poet. Page of "Tornada". Poem. Manuscript of 1542. Library of Catalonia. Barcelona. Catalonia. Spain.
HISTORIA MEDIEVAL. "El Rey JAIME I el Conquistador, al frente de su ejército, se dispone a hacer su entrada triunfal en la ciudad de Valencia el 9-10-1238". Fragmento de las pinturas franco-góticas de
Dirhem al-Qadir Yahyat.
EL CID - OLEO SOBRE LINO ADOSADO AL MURO DE LA BOVEDA - 1965/69.
EL CID - OLEO SOBRE LINO ADOSADO AL MURO DE LA BOVEDA - 1965/69.
TRACTATUS DE REGIMINE REGNI VALENTIAE - TRATADOS DEL REGIMEN DEL REINO DE VALENCIA - LYON, 1677.
MAPA DEL REINO DE VALENCIA - 1693.
Map of Valencia kingdom. 1584. Madrid, Geographical service of the army.