Ferdinand regains most of his lost territories. John I of Castile  After the conquest of Granada. Skanderbeg's Italian expedition — was undertaken to aid his ally Ferdinand I of Napleswhose rulership was threatened by the Angevin Dynasty. Columbus' discovery set the country on the course for the first modern world power.
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Alfonso the Magnanimous KG was the King of Aragon (as Alfonso V), Valencia ( as Alfonso III), Majorca, Sardinia and Corsica (as Alfonso II), Sicily (as Alfonso I). Skanderbeg's Italian expedition (–) was undertaken to aid his ally Ferdinand I of InAlfonso V of Aragon, ruler of Sicily and Naples and Skanderbeg's most important ally, died, Due to fears of an approaching Ottoman army, Skanderbeg first sent his nephew, Constantine, with cavalry to Barletta.
Alfonso V: Alfonso V, king of Aragon (–58) and king of Naples (as But he was not strong enough to prevent the fall of Constantinople to.
Ancestors of Ferdinand II of Aragon During their reign they supported each other effectively in accordance to his joint motto of equality: "Tanto monta [or monta tanto], Isabel como Fernando" "They amount to the same, Isabel and Ferdinand".
Francisco Sforzathe Duke of Milan, who was wary of a French presence in Italy, sided with Ferdinand and sent his nephew, Alessandro Sforzato command his army in southern Italy.
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The Aragonese King, Alfonso V, el Magnanim (),7 who was in an For the Catalan-Aragonese the fall of Constantinople meant, to some extent, the end .
In he also conquered Sardinia.
It is not known if Albanian warriors fought in the ensuing battles. On 27 SeptemberAlfonso V of AragonSkanderbeg's most important and helpful ally after the stipulation of the Treaty of Gaetadied. Lord of Casarrubios del Monte — Before the siege began, however, Ferndinand sent four galleys to the Albanian shores where Skanderbeg and his men were waiting.