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Juana I pp 15-34 | Cite as

‘Señora Archiduquesa’ (1496–1497)

  • Gillian B. Fleming
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Abstract

Juana was married to Philip, duke of Burgundy, count of Flanders and archduke of Austria, as part of a double union between the Spanish kingdoms and Low Countries in which her brother was also married to Philip’s sister, Margaret. In 1496, after the signing of the marriage contracts, Juana set sail for the Low Countries in a huge fleet that left Laredo (Cantabria) on 22 August and briefly took shelter on English shores before reaching Zeeland in September. From the Spanish point of view, her reception was low-key, and the controversial nature of the marriage from the perspective of the Low Countries is discussed at this point. I go on to examine the respective backgrounds of Juana and Philip, both children of female rulers, but with very different childhood experiences that would play their part in the subsequent breakdown in relations between them.

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  • Gillian B. Fleming
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  1. 1.BrightonUK

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