Count of Barcelona
The Count of Barcelona (Catalan: Comte de Barcelona, Spanish: Conde de Barcelona) was the ruler of Catalonia for much of Catalan history, from the 9th until the 15th century.The County of Barc...
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Count of Cervera
The title Count of Cervera (Catalan: Comte de Cervera, Spanish: Conde de Cervera) is held by Leonor, Princess of Asturias, heiress to Felipe VI of Spain. Cervera is the capital of the comarca ...
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House of Olivares
The House of Olivares is a Spanish noble house originating in the Crown of Castile. It is a cadet branch of the House of Medina Sidonia, originating in the sixteenth century. Historically, the house...
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Count of Revilla Gigedo
Two Counts of Revilla Gigedo served as Viceroys of New Spain:
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Counts of Roussillon
This is a list of the counts of Roussillon, in Catalan Rosselló, in Occitan Rosselhon.
These counts were nominated by the Carolingian kings of France, of whom they were vassals.Hereafter, also cou...
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Pedro González de Lara
Pedro González de Lara (died 16 October 1130) was a Castilian magnate. He served Alfonso VI as a young man, and later became the lover of Alfonso's heiress, Queen Urraca. He may have joined the First ...
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Antonio María de Bucareli y Ursúa
Fra Antonio María de Bucareli y Ursúa, Marquis of Vallehermoso and Count of Jerena (sometimes spelled Bucareli y Urzúa) (January 21, 1717, Seville, Spain – April 9, 1779, Mexico City) was a Span...
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José Finat y Escrivá de Romaní
José María de la Blanca Finat y Escrivá de Romaní (Madrid, Feb. 11, 1904 - Madrid, May 30, 1995) was a Spanish politician and government official who held several important posts during the Franco dic...
Gonzalo Fernández of Castile
Gonzalo Fernández was Count of Burgos (ca. 899-915) and of Castile (c. 909-915).Recorded for the first time in 899 as Count of Burgos, soon the region expanded to the eastern mountain valleys enabling...
Sebastián de Llano y la Cuadra
Sebastián de Llano y de la Cuadra, (1736 - The Hague, Holland, 14 May 1793), a Fellow, a "Colegial", of the Santa Cruz College at the University of Valladolid, Spanish politician, Secretary of the Sp...
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Juan Coloma y Cardona, 1st Count of Elda
Juan Coloma y Cardona, 1st Count of Elda, (circa 1522 – Elda, province of Alicante, Spain, 19 October 1586), 3rd Sieur of Elda, Governor of Alicante Castle, Count of Elda, Viceroy of Sardinia, 1570-1...
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Juan Fernández de Velasco, 5th Duke of Frías
Juan Fernández de Velasco, 5th Duke of Frías (c. 1550 – 15 March 1613) was a Spanish nobleman and diplomat. Juan Fernández de Velasco was the son of Íñigo Fernández de Velasco; and of Maria Ange...
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Juan Antonio de Tagle y Bracho, Count of Casa Tagle de Trasierra
Don Juan Antonio de Tagle-Bracho y de la Pascua Calderón, Count of Casa Tagle de Trasierra (1685-March 27, 1750) was a Spanish/Peruvian aristocrat who alongside his uncle the Marquis of Torre Tagle, h...
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