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    Juan de Aragón ~ the only son of Queen Isabella I of Castile and King Ferdinand II of Aragon who survived to adulthood.

    Royal Chapel- queen Isabella and King Ferdinand I smuggled a camera into tomb & snapped a photo, of course was chastised...always the rebel!

    Wedding portrait of King Ferdinand II of Aragón and Queen Isabella of Castile

    Isabella of Castile was an example of queenship in the late medieval age. Queen of Castile united the country of Spain with her husband, King Ferdinand II of Aragon as well as fearlessly led her soldiers into battle.

    Capilla Real located in Granada, Spain. This is where the tombs of King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella are located.

    Isabella I of Spain, well known as the patron of Christopher Columbus, with her husband Ferdinand II of Aragon, are responsible for making possible the unification of Spain under their grandson Carlos I. As part of the drive for unification, Isabella appointed Tomás de Torquemada as the first Inquisitor General of the inquisition. March 31, 1492 marks the implementation of the Alhambra Decree; expulsion edicts forcing the removal or conversion of Jews and Muslims. Roughly 200,000 people left

    Queen Tuya, wife of Pharaoh Seti I of Egypt and mother of Ramesses II. Dynasty 19

    Portrait head of Queen Tiye, Mother of Akhenaten, Ancient Egypt, 18th Dynasty, 1382 - 1344 B.C. Altes Museum, Berlin.

    Aida Overton Walker (1880 – 1914), also billed as Ada Overton Walker and as "The Queen of the Cakewalk", was an African-American vaudeville performer and wife of George Walker. She appeared with her husband and his performing partner Bert Williams, and in groups such as Black Patti's Troubadours. She was also a solo dancer and choreographer for vaudeville shows.

    King Tut's Death Mask (Detail)-On November 26, 1922, archeologist Howard Carter and his patron, Lord Carnavon, become the first people in over 3,000 years to enter the tomb of King Tutankhamen. Breaking through a sealed door, Carter leaned in, holding a candle. Carnavon, standing behind him, asked "Can you see anything ?" Carter's famous reply was, "Yes, wonderful things".

    Caspar of the Three Kings from an Adoration Group Date: before 1489 Geography: Made in, Swabia, Germany Culture: German

    A castle in Guadalest, Spain

    Harbor and castle in Cassis, France

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    One hour of American slavery is fraught with more misery than ages of that which we rose in rebellion to oppose. by Boston Public Library, via Flickr

    Statue Mentechenu - (Captain of the Pharaoh's Guards) Eighteenth Dynasty, 1450-1425 BC. AD Provenance: Karnak and Thebes Neues Museum in Berlin

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    David Livingstone and Henry Morton Stanley became celebrities in the eyes of a Victorian public captivated by their adventures. Livingstone's work as a medical missionary in southern Africa allowed him to pursue his passion for exploration.