Ferdinand II of Aragon (Q12860)

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King of Aragon, Sicily, Naples, and Valencia
  • Ferdinand the Catholic
  • King of Spain Fernandus V
  • King of Spain Fernando V
  • King of Spain Ferdinand V
  • King of Spain Ferdinandus V
  • King of Naples Ferdinand
  • King of Castile Ferdinand V
  • King of Aragon Ferran II
  • King of Aragon and Sicily Ferdinand II
  • King of Aragon Fernando II
  • Ferrando II
  • King Ferdinand
  • King Ferdinand of Spain
  • Ferdinand II
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Ferdinand II of Aragon
King of Aragon, Sicily, Naples, and Valencia
  • Ferdinand the Catholic
  • King of Spain Fernandus V
  • King of Spain Fernando V
  • King of Spain Ferdinand V
  • King of Spain Ferdinandus V
  • King of Naples Ferdinand
  • King of Castile Ferdinand V
  • King of Aragon Ferran II
  • King of Aragon and Sicily Ferdinand II
  • King of Aragon Fernando II
  • Ferrando II
  • King Ferdinand
  • King Ferdinand of Spain
  • Ferdinand II

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Retrat de Ferran el Catòlic d'autor anònim (ca. 1470–1520) (Catalan)
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Ferdinand II of Aragon
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Fernando V <re di Spagna>
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Ferdinando II (re d'Aragona)
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Fernando II, Rey de España
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Fernando Fernando II King of Aragón, Rey de Aragón, the Catholic de Aragón (Aragón) aka Trastámara (10 Mar 1452 - 23 Jan 1516)
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