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The Croun o Aragon (/ˈærəɡən/; Aragonese: Corona d'Aragón, Catalan: Corona d'Aragó, Laitin: Corona Aragonum, Spaingie: Corona de Aragón)[nb 1] wis a composite monarchy,[1] an aa nouadays referred tae as a confederation o individual polities[3] or kinricks[2] ruled bi ane keeng wi a personal an dynastic union o the Kinrick o Aragon an the Coonty o Barcelona.

Croun o Aragon
Corona d'Aragón (in Aragonese)
Corona d'Aragó (in Catalan)
Corona Aragonum (in Laitin)
Corona de Aragón (in Spaingie)
1162–1716
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Territories subject tae the Croun o Aragon at varyin times
Territories subject tae the Croun o Aragon at varyin times
Status Composite monarchy,[1] confederation o kinricks,[2] or individual polities ruled bi ane keeng[3]
Common leids Offeecial leids:
Aragonese, Catalan/Valencian, Laitin
Minority leids:
Arabic, Occitan, Sardinian, Neapolitan, Sicilian, Basque, Greek, Maltese, Castilian
Releegion Majority releegion:
Roman Catholic
Minority releegions:
Islam, Judaism, Greek Orthodoxy
Govrenment Composite monarchy
Monarch  
• 1162-1164
Petronilla (first)
• 1479-1516
Ferdinand II
• 1700-1716
Charles III (last)
Legislatur Cortes Aragonesas
Corts Catalanes
Corts Valencianes
Historical era Early modren period
• Union o the Kinrick o Aragon an the Coonty o Barcelona
1162
1231
• Conquest o the Kinrick o Valencie
1238–1245
1324-1420
1501-1504
1716
Aurie
1443 250,000 km2 (97,000 sq mi)
Precedit bi
Succeedit bi
Kinrick o Aragon
Coonty o Barcelona
Enlichtenment Spain
Kinrick o Sicily unner Savoy
Habsburg Monarchy
The day pairt o  Andorra
 Fraunce
 Greece
 Italy
 Maltae
 Spain
 Tunisie

NotesEedit

  1. Corona d'Aragón (Aragonese pronunciation: [koˈɾona ðaɾaˈɣon])
    Corona d'Aragó (Eastern Catalan: [kuˈɾonə ðəɾəˈɣo], Western Catalan: [koˈɾona ðaɾaˈɣo])
    Corona Aragonum (Latin pronunciation: [koˈroːna araˈɡoːnũ]
    Corona de Aragón (Spaingie pronunciation: [koˈɾona ðe aɾaˈɣon])

ReferencesEedit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Pablo Fernández Albaladejo (2001). Los Borbones: dinastía y memoria de nación en la España del siglo XVIII..., Marcial Pons Historia.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Historical Dictionary of the Catalans.Buffery-Marcer.2011 The Crown of Aragon was a confederation of kingdoms
  3. 3.0 3.1 Captives and Their Saviors in the Medieval Crown of Aragon. Rodriguez.2007 The Crown of Aragon was a confederation of individual polities ruled by one king, the king of Aragon