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To Condemn a King
the city of Gerona, the count-king of the Crown of Aragon, Joan I, suffered a grievous accident.
The organ in 14th-century Spain
Joan I of Aragon in 1387 to procure the services of a. Flemish minstrel 'Johan dels orguens' from the Duke of. Burgundy.
and Joan I of Aragon, who became brothers-in-law following Joan I's marriage to. Violante de Bar.
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Alavedra, Joan, 173. Albéniz, Isaac, 169, 171. Albigensians see Cathars.
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Joan was the third child of Ferdinand II of Aragon and Isabella I of Castile and became heiress in 1500 on the death of her brother and elder sister.

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