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Juana, la Loca, Queen of Castile, 1479-1555

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Personal name headingJuana, la Loca, Queen of Castile, 1479-1555
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Variant(s)Giovanna, la Pazza, Queen of Castile, 1479-1555
Jeanne, la Folle, Queen of Castile, 1479-1555
Joan, the Mad, Queen of Castile, 1479-1555
Johanna, de Waanzinnige, 1479-1555
Johanna, la Loca, Queen of Castile, 1479-1555
Juana I, Queen of Castile, 1479-1555
Associated placeCastile (Spain)
Birth date1479-11-06
Death date1555-04-12
Place of birthToledo (Spain)
Profession or occupationQueens
Found inAltayó, I. Juana I, c1985: p. 10 (known in all history manuals as la Loca)
LC data base, 3-21-86 (hdg.: Juana, la Loca, Queen of Castile, 1479-1555; usage: Juana la Loca)
Encyc. Amer., 1975: index (Juana, la Loca, Q. of Castile) v. 16, p. 226 (Joan the Mad) v. 25, p. 414 (Infanta Juana)
Colliers Encyc., 1975: v. 17, p. 322 (Princess Johanna of Castile) v. 18, p. 681 (Juana)
Encyc. Brit., 1972: index (Joan, the Mad, Q. of Castile; Sp. form: Juana la Loca) v. 13, p. 7 (nominally Q. of Castile from mother Isabella's death in 1504 with husband Philip until his d. 1506 through son's regency until her death 1555)
Giovanna la Pazza, 1996.
Nef (Musical group). Music for Joan the Mad [SR] p1995: label (Joan the Mad; Jeanne la Folle; 1479-1555)
Vida cotidiana y arte en el Palacio de la Reina Juana I, en Tordesillas: p. 9 (d. 1555) p. 25 (b. 1479)
Boom, Henk. 1506, c2005: t.p. (Johanna de Waanzinnige)
Corres Ayala, P. Legado oculto, 2014: t.p. (Juana I de Castilla) p. 65 (b. Nov. 6, 1479, Toledo) p. 93 (d. Apr. 12, 1555)