Joanna of Castile


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Joanna of Castile

Joanna of Castile Death

Joanna passed away on April 12, 1555 at the age of 75.

Joanna of Castile death quick facts:
  • When did Joanna of Castile die?

    April 12, 1555
  • How old was Joanna of Castile when died?


Joanna of Castile Birthday and Date of Death

Joanna of Castile was born on November 6, 1479 and died on April 12, 1555. Joanna was 75 years old at the time of death.

Birthday: November 6, 1479
Date of Death: April 12, 1555
Age at Death: 75

Is Joanna of Castile's father, Ferdinand II of Aragon, dead or alive?

Ferdinand II of Aragon's information is not available now.

Is Joanna of Castile's mother, Isabella I of Castile, dead or alive?

Joanna of Castile's mother, Isabella I of Castile, died on November 26, 1504 as she was 53 years old.

Joanna of Castile's sisters :

Joanna has 5 sisters:
  • Isabella of Aragon
  • Queen of Portugal
  • Maria of Aragon
  • Queen of Portugal
  • Joanna of Castile's sister, Katherine of Aragon, died on January 7, 1536 as he was 50 years old. His cause of death was cancer.

Joanna of Castile's brothers :

Joanna has 2 brothers:
  • Joanna of Castile's brother, John, is still alive and kicking.

  • Prince of Asturias

Joanna of Castile - Biography

Joanna or Joan, nicknamed Joanna the Mad, was the first queen regnant to reign over both the Crown of Castile (1504-55) and the Crown of Aragon (1516-55), a union which evolved into modern Spain. Besides the kingdoms of Spain, she also ruled the kingdoms of Sardinia, Sicily, and Naples in Italy; a vast colonial empire in the Americas; and was Countess of Burgundy and the consort of the Burgundian Netherlands, thus initiating Spanish interests there. She was the last monarch of the House of Trast√°mara and her marriage to Philip the Handsome initiated the rule of the Habsburgs in Spain. Throughout most of her long reign she was under the regency of either her husband, father or son, and she was long confined to a nunnery under the pretense of mental illness.