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La Reina Donna Juana la Loca, estudio historico. By Por Antonio Rodriguez Villa. Madrid, 1892, octavo, pp. 576.

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This book may be said to clear away the cloud of obscurity which has for well-nigh four centuries hung over the history of Juana, the Queen of Castile. The kingdoms of Castile and Aragon were politically united by the marriage of Ferdinand and Isabella. They had five children, Isabella, Juan, Juana, Maria, and Catalina.

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