Juan de Lanuza y Garabito

Juan de Lanuza y Garabito, (died 1498), was a Spanish noble from the 15th century.

He was the youngest of the 3 sons of Ferrer de Lanuza I, 1st Sieur of Azaila, Cosculluela, Escuer, Arguisal and Esun de Basa. Juan's mother was Inés de Garabito y Lanuza, his brothers were Martin, Sieur of Plasencia and Bardallur and Ferrer, Sieur of Azaila and Cosculluela. His sister was Dianira, who married Pedro de Luna, Sieur of Illueca.

Juan was the Sieur of Escuer, Arguisal and Essun de Basa.
He was also Viceroy of Valencia around 1492, later Viceroy of Catalonia, till around 1497, having been Admiral of Sicily.

He married Beatriz de Pimentel.
His eldest son was Juan de Lanuza y Pimentel (died in Naples, Italy, 1507), Viceroy of Sicily.

References

List of viceroys of Catalonia

This is a list of Spanish viceroys (also called lieutenants) of the Principality of Catalonia from 1479 to 1713.

1479–1493: Enrique de Aragón

1493–1495: Juan de Lanuza y Garabito

1495–1496: Juan Fernández de Heredia

1496–1501: Juan de Aragón, Conde de Ribagorza

1501–1514: Jaime de Luna

1514–1521: Alonso de Aragón, Archbishop of Zaragoza

1521–1523: Pere Folc de Cardona, Archbishop of Tarragona

1523–1525: Antonio de Zúñiga, Prior of Castile, Order of Saint John of Jerusalem

1525–1539: Fadrique de Portugal y Noroña, Bishop of Sigüenza

1539–1543: Saint Francis Borgia, 4th Duke of Gandia, 3rd General Father of the Jesuit Order

1543–1554: Juan Fernández Manrique de Lara, Marqués de Aguilar de Campoo

1554–1558: Pedro Afán de Ribera, Duque de Alcalá

1558–1564: García Álvarez de Toledo, 4th Marquis of Villafranca del Bierzo

1564–1571: Diego Hurtado de Mendoza y de la Cerda

1571–1580: Fernando de Toledo

1580–1581: Francisco de Moncada y Folc de Cardona, Marqués de Aytona

1581–1583: Carlo d'Aragona Tagliavia

1583–1586: Juan de Zúñiga y Avellaneda, Conde de Miranda del Castañar

1586–1590: Manrique de Lara y Girón, Conde de Valencia de Don Juan

1590–1592: Pedro Luis Galcerán de Borja y de Castro-Pinós

1592–1596: Bernardino de Cárdenas y Portugal, Duque de Maqueda

1596–1602: Lorenzo Suárez de Figueroa y Córdoba, Duque de Feria

1602–1603: Joan Terès i Borrull, Archbishop of Tarragona

1603–1611: Héctor de Pignatelli y Colonna, Duque de Monteleón

1611–1611: Pedro Manrique, Bishop of Tortosa

1611–1615: Francisco Hurtado de Mendoza, Marqués de Almazán

1615–1619: Francisco Fernández de la Cueva, 7th Duke of Alburquerque

1619–1622: Fernando Afán de Ribera y Téllez-Girón, 3rd Duke of Alcalá de los Gazules

1622–1626: Juan Sentís, Bishop of Barcelona

1626–1627: Luis Diez de Aux de Armendáriz, Bishop of Urgel

1627–1629: Miguel Santos de San Pedro, Bishop of Solsona

1629–1630: Gómez Suárez de Figueroa, 3rd Duke of Feria

1630–1632: Enrique de Aragón Folc de Cardona y Córdoba

1632–1633: Cardinal-Infante Fernando de Austria

1633–1638: Enrique de Aragón Folc de Cardona y Córdoba (2nd time)

1638–1640: Dalmau de Queralt, Count of Santa Coloma

1640–1640: García Gil Manrique, Bishop of Barcelona

1640–1640: Enrique de Aragón Folc de Cardona y Córdoba (3rd time)

1640–1642: Pedro Fajardo Requesens y Zúñiga, Marqués de los Vélez

1642–1644: Pedro Antonio de Aragón

1642–1644: Felipe de Silva

1644–1645: Andrea Cantelmo

1645–1647: Diego Felipez de Guzmán, Marquis of Leganés

1647–1648: Guillermo Ramón de Moncada, Marqués de Aytona

1648–1650: Juan de Garay

1650–1653: Francisco de Orozco, Marqués de Mortara

1653–1656: John of Austria the Younger

1656–1663: Francisco de Orozco, Marqués de Mortara (2nd time)

1663–1664: Francisco de Moura y Corterreal, Marqués de Castel Rodrigo

1664–1667: Vicente de Gonzaga y Doria

1667–1669: Gaspar Téllez-Girón, 5th Duke de Osuna

1669–1673: Francisco Fernández de Córdoba, Duque de Sessa

1673–1675: Francisco de Tutavilla y del Rufo, Duque de San Germán

1675–1676: Juan Antonio Pacheco Osorio Toledo, Marqués de Cerralbo

1676–1677: Alexander Farnese, Prince of Parma

1677–1678: Juan Domingo Méndez de Haro y Fernández de Córdoba

1678–1678: Diego Dávila Mesía y Guzmán, 3rd Marquis of Leganés

1678–1685: Alejandro de Bournonville, Duque de Bournonville

1685–1688: Diego Dávila Mesía y Guzmán, 3rd Marquis of Leganés (2nd time)

1688–1688: Juan Tomás Enríquez de Cabrera, Conde de Melga

1688–1690: Carlos de Gurrea Aragón y Borja, Duque de Villahermosa

1690–1693: Juan Alonso Pérez de Guzmán, Duque de Medina Sidonia

1693–1694: Juan Manuel Fernández Pacheco, 8th Marquis of Villena

1694–1696: Francisco Antonio de Agurto, Marquis of Gastañaga

1696–1698: Francisco de Velasco y Tovar, Conde de Melgar

1698–1701: Jorge de Darmstadt, Landgrave of HesseDuring the War of the Spanish Succession, Catalonia was contested between the Bourbons and Habsburgs.

Viceroys named by Philip V of Spain:

1702–1703: Luis Fernández de Portocarrero, Conde de Palma

1703–1705: Francisco de Velasco y Tovar, Conde de Melgar (2nd time)

1705–1706: José Antonio de Mendoza, 3rd Marquis of Villagarcía

1706–1719: Claude François Bidal d'AsfeldViceroys named by Archduke Charles:

1711–1712: Elisabeth Christine of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel

1713–1713: Guido StarhembergIn 1713, by the Nueva Planta decrees, King Philip V of Spain replace the function Viceroy of Catalonia, by that of Captain General of Catalonia.

Ramón de Cardona

Ramon Folc de Cardona i Anglesola (Italian: Raimondo di Cardona) (1467 – 10 March 1522) was a Spanish general and politician, who served as the viceroy of Naples during the Italian Wars and commanded the Spanish forces in Italy during the War of the League of Cambrai. He was granted the title count of Oliveto in the Kingdom of Naples, on 12 December 1515.

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