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Background imageCastilian Collection: Day before of the Battle of Las Navas de Tolosa (1212) with

Day before of the Battle of Las Navas de Tolosa (1212) with
History of Spain. Day before of the Battle of Las Navas de Tolosa (1212) in which Alfonso VIII of Castile defeated the Almohad army of Caliph al-Nasir Muhammed. Colored engraving

Background imageCastilian Collection: Fernando de Rojas (1465-1541). Spanish writer. Tragicomedy o

Fernando de Rojas (1465-1541). Spanish writer. Tragicomedy of Calisto and Melibea or La Celestina. Engraving. Burgos, 1531

Background imageCastilian Collection: Spain. Castile and Leon. Burgos. Map, 1576 at Civitates

Spain. Castile and Leon. Burgos. Map, 1576 at Civitates Orbis Terrarum by Georg Braun (1541-1622) and Franz Hogenberg (1536-1590). Salamanca University Library

Background imageCastilian Collection: Mass of Saint Gregory. 15th c. Attributed to Juan

Mass of Saint Gregory. 15th c. Attributed to Juan de Nalda. Castilian Spanish-Flemish School. It comes from the Convent of Santa Clara (Palencia). Gothic art. Painting. SPAIN

Background imageCastilian Collection: Mass of St. Martin. 15th c. Castilian school

Mass of St. Martin. 15th c. Castilian school. Oil on wood. SPAIN. Bilbao. Bilbao Fine Arts Museum

Background imageCastilian Collection: Urraca of Leo?n and Castile (10791126)

Urraca of Leo?n and Castile (10791126). Queen regnant of Leo?n, Castile, and Galicia (1109-1126). Portrait from Genealogies of the Kings of Spain (1526-1535). National Library. Madrid. Spain

Background imageCastilian Collection: BERRUGUETE, Pedro (1450-1504). The Miracle of

BERRUGUETE, Pedro (1450-1504). The Miracle of Saint Cosmas and Saint Damian. end. 15th c. Castilian school. Renaissance art. Oil on wood. SPAIN. Covarrubias

Background imageCastilian Collection: Granada War - Taking of Loja by King Ferdinand the Catholic

Granada War - Taking of Loja by King Ferdinand the Catholic
Granada War (1482-1492). Taking of Loja by King Ferdinand the Catholic (1452-1516) in 1486. Chromolithography. Historia General de Espana (General History of Spain), by Miguel Morayta. Volume III

Background imageCastilian Collection: Alfonso X of Castile and Leon and his son Sancho IV

Alfonso X of Castile and Leon and his son Sancho IV
Alfonso X of Castile and Leon, called the Wise (1221-1284) and his son Sancho IV, called the Brave (1258-1295), king of Castile and Leon. Illustration by J. Alaminos. Chromolithography

Background imageCastilian Collection: Ferdinand III of Leon and Castile, called the Saint

Ferdinand III of Leon and Castile, called the Saint (1199/1201-1252). King of Castile between 1217-1252 and King of Leon between 1230-1252. He unified the kingdoms of Leon and Castile

Background imageCastilian Collection: The Madrid Fair in la Cebada Square, 1770-1780

The Madrid Fair in la Cebada Square, 1770-1780
Manuel de la Cruz y Cano (1737-1793). Spanish painter. The Madrid Fair in la Cebada Square, 1770-1780. History Museum. Madrid. Spain. (On loan, Prado Museum, Madrid)

Background imageCastilian Collection: Dance beside the Bridge over the Manzanares Channel, 1784

Dance beside the Bridge over the Manzanares Channel, 1784
Francisco Bayeu y Subias (1734-1795). Spanish painter. Dance beside the Bridge over the Manzanares Channel, 1784. Detail. (On loan, Prado Museum, Madrid). History Museum. Madrid. Spain

Background imageCastilian Collection: Paseo de las Delicias, 1785, by Ramon Bayeu y Subias

Paseo de las Delicias, 1785, by Ramon Bayeu y Subias
Ramon Bayeu y Subias (1746-1793). Spanish painter. Paseo de las Delicias, 1785. History Museum. Madrid. Spain. (On loan, Prado Museum, Madrid)

Background imageCastilian Collection: Triumphal Arch of Santa Maria (Saint Mary) in Calle Mayor

Triumphal Arch of Santa Maria (Saint Mary) in Calle Mayor
Attributed to Lorenzo de Quiros (1717-1789). Spanish painter. Triumphal Arch of Santa Maria (Saint Mary) in Calle Mayor (Main Street), circa 1760. History Museum. Madrid. Spain

Background imageCastilian Collection: Saint Jerome in his Study. Detail. Castilian School

Saint Jerome in his Study. Detail. Castilian School
Master of the Parral (active 1480-1500). Saint Jerome in his Study. Detail. Castilian School, about 1480-1490. Lazaro Galdiano Museum. Madrid. Spain

Background imageCastilian Collection: Saint Jerome in his Study. Castilian School, about 1480-1490

Saint Jerome in his Study. Castilian School, about 1480-1490
Master of the Parral (active 1480-1500). Saint Jerome in his Study. Castilian School, about 1480-1490. Lazaro Galdiano Museum. Madrid. Spain

Background imageCastilian Collection: Triptych of Virgin and Child with Musician Angels

Triptych of Virgin and Child with Musician Angels
Juan Hispalense (active 1400-1430). Triptych of Virgin and Child with Musician Angels. Castilian School, circa 1400-1410. Lazaro Galdiano Museum. Madrid. Spain

Background imageCastilian Collection: Iberian Peninsula. Castilian soldiers

Iberian Peninsula. Castilian soldiers
Iberian Peninsula. Castilian Soldiers. Medieval period. Engraving after a devotional book of the 14th century. Museo Militar, 1883. Later colouration. Date: 2019

Background imageCastilian Collection: Ferdinand III of Castile (1199/1201-1252). Engraving

Ferdinand III of Castile (1199/1201-1252). Engraving
Ferdinand III of Castile (1199/1201-1252), called the Saint. King of Castile (from 1217), King of Leon an King of Galicia. Museo Militar, 1883.(from 1230) and King of Galicia (from 1231). Engraving

Background imageCastilian Collection: Alfonso VIII of Castile (1155-1214). King of Castile

Alfonso VIII of Castile (1155-1214). King of Castile
Alfonso VIII of Castile (1155-1214), called the Noble or the one of the Navas. King of Castile from 1158 and King of Toledo. Engraving. Museo Militar, 1883. Later colouration. Date: 2019

Background imageCastilian Collection: Spain, Valladolid. University. Main facade

Spain, Valladolid. University. Main facade, built between 1716 and 1718 in Baroque style. It was part of the works to enlarge the building of the university

Background imageCastilian Collection: Fadrique Enriquez de Velasco (1465-1538)

Fadrique Enriquez de Velasco (1465-1538). Lord of Medina de Rioseco, 4th Admiral of Castile. Portrait, detail. Illustration by Letre. Lithography. Cronica General de Espana

Background imageCastilian Collection: Diego Laynez (1512-1565). Spanish Jesuit priest

Diego Laynez (1512-1565). Spanish Jesuit priest and theologian. Second Superior General of the Society of Jesus. Portrait, detail. Illustration by Llanta. Lithography. Cronica General de Espana

Background imageCastilian Collection: Spain, Valladolid. The Church of Saint Paul

Spain, Valladolid. The Church of Saint Paul. Former convent, Isabeline style. It was commissioned by Cardinal Juan de Torquemada between 1445 and 1468

Background imageCastilian Collection: Fray Luis de Leon (1527-1591). Spanish poet

Fray Luis de Leon (1527-1591). Spanish poet
Fray Luis de Leon (Belmonte, 1527-Madrigal de las Altas Torres, 1591). Spanish poet. Portrait. Illustration by Llanta. Lithography. Cronica General de Espana

Background imageCastilian Collection: Miguel de Cervantes (1547-1616). Spanish writer

Miguel de Cervantes (1547-1616). Spanish writer. Author of Don Quixote. Portrait, detail. Illustration by Jose Cebrian. Lithography. Cronica General de Espana

Background imageCastilian Collection: Fernan Gonzalez (910-970). Count of Castile

Fernan Gonzalez (910-970). Count of Castile. Portrait. Detail. Illustration by Llanta. Lithography. Cronica General de Espana. Historia Ilustrada y Descriptiva de sus Provincias

Background imageCastilian Collection: Joanna la Beltraneja (1462-1530). Spanish Infanta

Joanna la Beltraneja (1462-1530). Spanish Infanta, heiress of the Kingdom of Castile. Queen of Portugal as the wife of King Alfonso V. Illustration by Letre. Detail. Lithography

Background imageCastilian Collection: King Ferdinand III of Castile, called the Saint

King Ferdinand III of Castile, called the Saint
Ferdinand III of Castile, called the Saint (1199/1201-1252). King of Castile (1217-1252) and Leon (1230-1252). Portrait. Illustration by Letre. Detail. Lithography. Cronica General de Espana

Background imageCastilian Collection: Death of the spanish nobleman El Cid (c. 1043-1099)

Death of the spanish nobleman El Cid (c. 1043-1099)
Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar (c.1043-1099), known as El Cid. Castilian nobleman, military leader and diplomat. Death of El Cid. Engraving, 19th century. Date:

Background imageCastilian Collection: Blanche of Navarre (1137-1156). Sepulcher of Queen Blanche d

Blanche of Navarre (1137-1156). Sepulcher of Queen Blanche d
Blanche of Navarre (1137-1156). Queen Consort, wife of Sancho III, king of Castile. Sepulcher of Queen Blanche depicting her death giving birth to her son, the future King Alfonso VIII of Castile

Background imageCastilian Collection: 15th Century 16th Alisa Castilia Castilian Castle

15th Century 16th Alisa Castilia Castilian Castle
15th, century, 16th, Alisa, Castilia, castilian, castle, daughter, dead, death, died, engraving, Fernando, de, Rojas, La, Celestina, literature, medieval, Melibea, Middle, Ages, novel, Pleberio

Background imageCastilian Collection: Blanche of Navarre (1137-1156). Death of the Queen giving bi

Blanche of Navarre (1137-1156). Death of the Queen giving bi
Blanche of Navarre (1137-1156). Queen Consort, wife of Sancho III, king of Castile. Death of the Queen giving birth to her son, the future King Alfonso VIII of Castile. Relief

Background imageCastilian Collection: Spanish Civil War (1936-1939). Castilian farmers

Spanish Civil War (1936-1939). Castilian farmers saluting the troops that go to the front. SPAIN. Barcelona. Historical Archive of Barcelona

Background imageCastilian Collection: Tomb and effigy of El Cid Rodrigo Diaz, etc

Tomb and effigy of El Cid Rodrigo Diaz, etc
Tomb and effigy of El Cid Rodrigo Diaz and his wife Jimena Diaz 1, Duke of Cardona 2, King of Aragon 3, and portrait of Conquistador Hernan Cortes 4. Sepolcro e simulacro del Cid

Background imageCastilian Collection: Illustration from the life of El Cid, Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar (c1043-1099)

Illustration from the life of El Cid, Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar (c1043-1099), Castilian nobleman and military leader in medieval Spain - seen here with Count Lozano, and receiving his fathers sword

Background imageCastilian Collection: El Cid, Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar, Castilian nobleman

El Cid, Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar, Castilian nobleman
El Cid, Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar (c1043-1099), Castilian nobleman and military leader in medieval Spain. He was immortalised in a 12th century Spanish epic poem, El Cantar de Mio Cid

Background imageCastilian Collection: Spain. Castile and Leon. Arevalo. Castle. Semicircular keep

Spain. Castile and Leon. Arevalo. Castle. Semicircular keep. Built in 14th century and rebuilt in the 16th century

Background imageCastilian Collection: Spain. 16th century. Revolt of the Comuneros (1520-1521). Ma

Spain. 16th century. Revolt of the Comuneros (1520-1521). Ma
Spain. 16th century. Revolt of the Comuneros (1550-1521). Maria Pacheco (1496-1531). Spanish Noble woman of the House of Mendoza

Background imageCastilian Collection: Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar (c. 1043-1099), known as El Cid, riding

Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar (c. 1043-1099), known as El Cid, riding
Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar (c.1043-1099), known as El Cid. Castilian nobleman, military leader and diplomat. El Cid riding Babieca. Colored engraving

Background imageCastilian Collection: The Virgin of Christopher Columbus. beg. 16th

The Virgin of Christopher Columbus. beg. 16th c. Castilian anonymous. Oil on wood. SPAIN. Madrid. Lạ ro Galdiano Foundation

Background imageCastilian Collection: Elizabeth of Bourbon (1603-1644). Queen of Spain

Elizabeth of Bourbon (1603-1644). Queen of Spain (1621-1644), third wife of Philip IV. Portrait placed in the Meeting Room of the Castilian Monarchs. Painting. SPAIN. Segovia. Alcazar (castle)

Background imageCastilian Collection: Juan de la Cosa (1460-1509)

Juan de la Cosa (1460-1509). Spanish navigator and cartographer. Portrait

Background imageCastilian Collection: Antonio Nebrija (1441-1522). Spanish scholar, historian, tea

Antonio Nebrija (1441-1522). Spanish scholar, historian, teacher and poet. Writing a grammar of the Castilian language. Engraving. Colored

Background imageCastilian Collection: Hernan Cortes (1485-1547). Spanish Conquistador. Portrait. M

Hernan Cortes (1485-1547). Spanish Conquistador. Portrait. Museum of the City of Mexico

Background imageCastilian Collection: Joanna of Castile with her parents, Isabella and Ferdinand

Joanna of Castile with her parents, Isabella and Ferdinand
Isabella I of Castile (1451-1504), queen of Castille and Leon, Ferdinand II of Aragon (1452-1516) and their daughter Joanna of Castile(1478-1555), known as Joan the Mad

Background imageCastilian Collection: Don Inigo Lopez de Mendoza, Marquis of Santillana (1398-1458

Don Inigo Lopez de Mendoza, Marquis of Santillana (1398-1458
Don Inigo Lopez de Mendoza y de la Vega, Marquis of Santillana (1398-1458). Castilian politician and poet. Portrait from the Altarpiece of Buitrago, ca. 1455 by Jorge Ingles. Spain

Background imageCastilian Collection: War of the Communities of Castile (1520-1521). The Holy Asse

War of the Communities of Castile (1520-1521). The Holy Asse
Revolt of the Comuneros. War of the Communities of Castile (1520-1521). Conflict between citizens of Castile against Charles V



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