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Fernando I, rey de Castilla y León (Museo del Prado)
 

 

 

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Title Fernando I, rey de Castilla y León
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Español: El lienzo representa al rey Fernando I de León (c.1016-1065), hijo de Sancho Garcés III de Pamplona, rey de Pamplona, y de la reina Jimena Fernandez. Impulsó la Reconquista, conquistando las plazas de Lamego (1057), Viseo (1058) y Coímbra (1064), además de someter a varios de los reinos de taifas de la Península Ibérica al pago de parias al reino leonés. Al morir dividió sus reinos entre sus hijos: a su hijo primogénito, Sancho II, le correspondió el reino de Castilla y las parias sobre el reino taifa de Zaragoza. A su segundo hijo, Alfonso VI, le correspondió el reino de León y el título imperial, así como las parias del reino taifa de Toledo. El tercer hijo de Fernando I, Garcia, recibió el es, creado a tal efecto, y las parias de los reinos taifas de Sevilla y Badajoz. A las infantas Urraca y Elvira les correspondieron las ciudades de Zamora y Toro, respectivamente, también con título real y rentas propias.
Date 1855
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions 225 × 141 cm (88.6 × 55.5 in)
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Accession number P06906
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