Juana la loca

The official cause of death was typhoid fever.

The queen was unable to secure the funds required to assist her to protect her power. Joanna thus becomes Queen of Castile and has to return to her kingdom. Although she retains her title as queen, at the age of 28 she is locked as a madwoman in the castle of Tordesillas for the rest of her long life.

Close kinship offered no protection against pitiless and ruthless ambition, rather the contrary. By 20 December Joanna was in the village of Torquemada in Castile, attempting to exercise her rights to rule alone in her own name as Queen of Castile.

Juana I de Castilla

With this new lover, the King becomes noticeably indifferent toward his wife, which adds to her increasingly insane jealousy.

Inthe Castilian Cortes of Toro [9]: However, she is not interested Juana la loca government. She does not go far. Their story goes back almost 60 years. Ferdinand promptly repudiated the second agreement the same afternoon, declaring that Joanna should never be deprived of her rights as Queen Proprietress of Castile.

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He was named administrator of the kingdom by the Cortes of Castile inand entrusted the government mainly to Archbishop Cisneros. Reportedly it was difficult for her Juana la loca eat, sleep, bathe, or change her clothes.

Joanna has her own set of supporters, the loyal Castilian royalists, headed by the Admiral of Juana la loca. She is headed to Flanders to marry the Archduke of Austria, Philip, nicknamed the Handsome, a man she has never laid eyes on.

The general opinion publicly declared was that his father-in-law Ferdinand II, who had always disliked his foreign Habsburg origins and with whom he never wanted to share power, had had him poisoned by "bocado". InJoanna, at the age of seventeen, was betrothed to the eighteen year old Philip of Flandersin the Low Countries.

On 12 July, [9]: Before this could be done the Comuneros in turn stormed the virtually undefended city and requested her support. To avoid any temptations at court, she hires only ugly-looking maids of honour to serve her, but in fact Aixa has been brought to court by Philip, passing as one of the court ladies under the name of Beatriz de Bobadilla.

As an infanta she was not expected to be heiress to the throne of either Castile or Aragon, although through deaths she later inherited both.

The political alliance between their two countries has been consolidated and Joanna and Philip are very attracted to each other. A statue of her stands in Tordesillas and the convent in which she was confined for fifty years can be visited.

Indeed, letters of Mosen Luis Ferrer, gentleman of the bed chamber of Ferdinand, refer to the coercive punishment known as "La cuerda", which Juana was subjected to. In an attempt to prevent this, Don Antonio de Rojas ManriqueBishop of Mallorcaled a delegation of royal councillors to Tordesillasasking Joanna to sign a document denouncing the Comuneros.

Forced to stop to give birth to a daughter, Joanna never reaches her destination.

Juana la Loca, ¿víctima de una conspiración?

The rebel leaders demanded that Castile be governed in accordance with the supposed practices of the Catholic Monarchs. Charles wrote to the Convent of Santa Clara caretakers: Philip apparently considered landing in Andalusia and summoning the nobles to take up arms against Ferdinand in Aragon.

He is equally pleased with his beautiful bride and orders the marriage to take place at that very moment so they can consummate their marriage without any delay.

Mental health[ edit ] As a young woman, she was known to be highly intelligent.

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Plot[ edit ] Tordesillas Her academic education consisted of canon and civil law, genealogy and heraldry, grammar, history, languages, mathematics, philosophy, reading, spelling, and writing. For many years the Queen dreamed of rescue by her son, Charles I.

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Joanna of Castile

In September rebels seized the town of Tordesillas and with it Juana la Loca. Mistrustful as always, Juana continued to ponder over their proposals and refused to sign anything.

She was "released" by a sudden counter attack in December, and, again, shut away in the castle of Tordesillas. Sep 07,  · Reserve a table at Juana la Loca, Bogota on TripAdvisor: See unbiased reviews of Juana la Loca, rated 4 of 5 on TripAdvisor and ranked # of 3, restaurants in Bogota.4/4().

Juana I de Castilla, llamada «la Loca» (Toledo, 6 de noviembre de Tordesillas, 12 de abril de ), fue reina de Castilla de ay de Aragón y Navarra, desde hastasi bien desde no ejerció ningún poder efectivo y a partir de vivió encerrada en Tordesillas, primero por orden de su padre, Fernando el Católico, y.

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