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Who is Alonso de Aragon?

Alonso de Aragón or Alfonso de Aragón (1468 – 24 February 1520) was Archbishop of Zaragoza, Archbishop of Valencia and Lieutenant General of Aragon. Born in Cervera, he was an illegitimate son of Ferdinand II of Aragon by a Catalan noblewoman called Aldonza Ruiz de Ivorra (1452–1516).

Who is Alonso group?

Formed by more than a hundred companies distributed in 3 different main business areas: Logistics; Energy and Infrastructures; Leisure and Services. With more than 58 years of experience, Alonso Group holding is present in the 5 continents. In fact we have a team of more than 2.483 high-value professionals distributed all over the world.

What is the first name of the Spanish conquistador Alonso?

First name Alonso del Castillo Maldonado, Spanish explorer of the 16th century Alonso de Ávila [es] (1486–1542), Spanish conquistador Alonso Fernández Álvarez (born 1982), Costa Rican male model Alonso Fernández de Lugo (1450s–1525), Spanish conquistador Alonso Manrique de Lara (1476–1538), Spanish cardinal

Where does the name Alonso come from?

Jump to navigation Jump to search. Alonso is a Spanish name of Germanic origin that is a Galician-Portuguese variant of Adalfuns.

Who are some famous conquistadors from the Aztecs?

Hernan Cortes, Conquistador of the Aztec Empire Francisco Pizarro, Lord of Peru Pedro de Alvarado, Conquistador of the Maya Lope de Aguirre, Madman of El Dorado Panfilo de Narvaez, The Unluckiest Conquistador Diego de Almagro, Explorer of Chile Vasco Nunez de Balboa, Discoverer of the Pacific Francisco de Orellana

Who was Alonso de Alvarado Montaya?

Alonso de Alvarado Montaya González de Cevallos y Miranda (1508–1556) was a Spanish conquistador and knight of the Order of Santiago . He was born at Secadura de Trasmiera. : 398 After a period in Mexico under the orders of Hernán Cortés, he joined the campaign of Francisco Pizarro .

Where did Alonso de Alvarado go on his expedition?

Alonso de Alvarado was the precursor of the expeditions that penetrated the Amazon Basin: he departed from Trujillo, Peru and, crossing the Andes, came in 1535 to the land of the Chachapoyas, where a few years later the city that today is the capital of the department of Amazonas was founded.

Where does the name Alonso come from?

Jump to navigation Jump to search. Alonso is a Spanish name of Germanic origin that is a Galician-Portuguese variant of Adalfuns.

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