Viceroy of Catalonia
This is a list of Spanish viceroys of Catalonia from 1479 to 1713.During the War of the Spanish Succession, Catalonia was contested between the Bourbons and Habsburgs.Viceroys named by Philip V of Spa...
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Carlo d'Aragona Tagliavia
Carlo d'Aragona Tagliavia (c. 1480 - 1523) was an Tuscan nobleman, who was marquis of Kola since 1492, title of duke extended before, 1502. Born in Palermo, he was the son of Giovanni Tagliatelli, co...
Guido Starhemberg
Guido Wald Rüdiger, count of Starhemberg; (Graz, 1657 – Vienna, 7 March 1737) was an Austrian military officer.He was a cousin of Ernst Rüdiger von Starhemberg (1638-1701), the famous commander ...
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Fernando Álvarez de Toledo, 3rd Duke of Alba
Fernando Álvarez de Toledo y Pimentel (Piedrahita, 29 October 1507 – Lisbon, 11 December 1582), known as the Grand Duke of Alba in Spain and the Iron Duke in the Netherlands, was a Spanish noble, gene...
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Diego Felipez de Guzmán, 1st Marquis of Leganés
Diego Mexía Felipez de Guzmán y Dávila (1580 – 1655), Viscount of Butarque and first Marquis of Leganés, was a Spanish politician and army commander.
He was the youngest son of Diego Velázquez Dáv...
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List of viceroys of Catalonia
This is a list of Spanish viceroys of Catalonia from 1479 to 1713.During the War of the Spanish Succession, Catalonia was contested between the Bourbons and Habsburgs.Viceroys named by Philip V of Spa...
List of viceroys of Catalonia - Wikipedia
Philippe de La Mothe-Houdancourt
Philippe, comte de la Mothe-Houdancourt (1605 – March 24, 1657), Duke of Cardona, was French Viceroy of Catalonia and a Marshal of France who fought in the Thirty Years' War.
Philippe de la Mothe-...
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Claude François Bidal d'Asfeld
Claude François Bidal, marquis d'Asfeld (Paris, July 2, 1665 – Paris, March 7, 1743), was a French Marshal of France.He was the son of Pierre Bidal (1612-1690), a French merchant and banker who ...
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Vicente de Gonzaga y Doria
Vicente de Gonzaga y Doria, (1602 – 23 November 1694) was Viceroy of Valencia, 1663, Viceroy of Catalonia, 1664–1667 and Viceroy of Sicily, 1678, second of the 11 sons/daughters of marquess Ferrante ...
Cardinal-Infante Ferdinand of Austria
Cardinal-Infante Ferdinand (1609/1610, Escorial near Madrid, Spain – 9 November 1641, Brussels) (also known as Don Fernando de Austria, Cardenal-Infante Fernando de España and as Ferdinand von Österre...
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Héctor de Pignatelli y Colonna, Duque de Monteleón
Héctor de Pignatelli y Colonna, 3rd Duke of Monteleone (Italian: Ettore III; 1574–1622) was viceroy of Catalonia from 1603 to 1611, taking the administrative direction of exiling the Spanish Moris...
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Juan de Zúñiga y Avellaneda
Juan de Zúñiga y Avellaneda (1551 – 4 September 1608) was a Spanish nobleman during the reigns of Philip II and Philip III.
He was a Knight of the Military Order of Santiago, the 6th conso...
Saint Francis Borgia, 4th Duke of Gandía
Saint Francis Borgia, S.J., 4th Duke of Gandía (Valencian: Francesc de Borja, Spanish: Francisco de Borja) (28 October 1510 – 30 September 1572) was a Grandee of Spain, a Spanish Jesuit, and third...
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Pedro Fajardo
Pedro Fajardo de Zúñiga y Requesens (1602 - Palermo, Sicily, 3 November 1647) was a Spanish soldier and aristocrat notable for his command of Spanish forces during the Catalan Revolt after 1640. He wa...
Alexander Farnese, Prince of Parma
Alessandro Farnese (10 January 1635 – 18 February 1689) was an Italian military leader, who was Governor of the Habsburg Netherlands from 1678 until 1682.He is not to be confused with his better...
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Juan Fernández de Heredia
Juan Fernández de Heredia (in Aragonese Johan Ferrández d'Heredia, pronounced [ˈtʃwan feˈrand̪eθ deˈɾedʝa] (c. 1310 – 1396) was the Grand Master of the Knights Hospitaller from 24 September 1377...
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John of Austria the Younger
John of Austria (the Younger) (Spanish: Don Juan José de Austria) (7 April 1629 – 17 September 1679) was a Spanish general and political figure. He was the only natural son of Philip IV of Spain t...
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Alexander von Bournonville
Alexander von Bournonville, Alexander de Bournonville, Alexander II Hyppolite, Prince of Bournonville and third Count of Hénin-Liétard (Brussels, 5 January 1616 – Pamplona, 20 August 1690) was a Flemi...
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Battle of Nördlingen (1634)
The Battle of Nördlingen (Spanish: Batalla de Nördlingen; German: Schlacht bei Nördlingen; Swedish: Slaget vid Nördlingen) was fought on 27 August (Julian calendar) or 6 September (Gregori...
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Michele Mazzarino
Michele Mazzarino, or Mazzarini, also known as Michel Mazarin, (Pescina, 1 September 1605 – Rome, 31 August 1648) was an Italian Cardinal and statesman in the service of France.
Mazzarino was born...
Juan Tomas Enriquez de Cabrera, 7th Duke of Medina de Rioseco
Juan Tomás Enríquez de Cabrera y Ponce de Leon, VII Duque de Medina de Río-Seco (Genoa, Italy, 1646 – Estremoz, Portugal, 1705), was a Spanish noble and military. He belonged to the important Enríque...
Fernando Afán de Ribera, duke of Alcalá de los Gazules
Fernando Afán de Ribera y Téllez-Girón (Sevilla, May 10, 1583 – Villach, April 4, 1637) was a Spanish noble and diplomat.He was the 3rd Duke of Alcalá de los Gazules, 8th Count of los Molares an...
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Juan Manuel María de la Aurora, 8th duke of Escalona
Juan Manuel María de la Aurora Fernández Pacheco Acuña Girón y Portocarrero, grandee of Spain, 8th Duke of Escalona, 8th Marquis of Villena, 12th Count of San Esteban de Gormaz and 8th Count of Xiquen...
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Francisco Antonio de Agurto, Marquis of Gastañaga
Francisco Antonio de Agurto y Salcedo, 1st Marquis of Gastañaga (Vitoria, 1640 – Zaragoza, November 2, 1702) was a Spanish nobleman, viceroy and governor of Basque origin. He became first Marquis de G...
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Fadrique de Portugal
Fadrique de Portugal y Noroña (c. 1465 - 15 January 1539) was a Luso-Aragonese politician and cleric.Born around 1465 in Vila Viçosa, Fadrique de Portugal was a son of Afonso, 1st Count of Faro, and M...
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Joan Terès i Borrull
Joan Terès i Borrull (Verdú, 29 September 1538 – Barcelona, 10 July 1603) was presbyter of Vic, auxiliary bishop of Morocco (1575–1579), bishop of Elne (1579–1586) and of Tortosa (1586–1587), and arch...
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Carlos de Aragón de Gurrea, 9th duke of Villahermosa
Carlos de Aragón de Gurrea y de Borja, 9th duke of Villahermosa (1634 – 14 April 1692) was a Spanish nobleman, viceroy and governor.He was Governor of the Habsburg Netherlands between 1675 and 1677. D...
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Gaspar Téllez-Girón, 5th Duke de Osuna
Gaspar Téllez-Girón, 5th Duke de Osuna (25 May 1625 – Madrid, 2 June 1694), 5th Marquess of Peñafiel, 9th Count of Ureña and other lesser titles, was a Spanish general and a Grandee of Spain, title b...
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Juan Domingo Méndez de Haro y Fernández de Córdoba
Juan Domingo Méndez de Haro y Fernández de Córdoba (Madrid, November 25, 1640 – Madrid, February 2, 1716) was a Spanish military and political figure. He was the son of Don Luis Méndez de Haro, ...
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