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Nuria Silleras-Fernandez is a Lecturer in History and Literature, University of California, Santa Cruz. Her primary fields of research are queenship and gender in medieval and early modern Europe and the Mediterranean, as well as cultural, political, and institutional history.

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Marâia de Luna, -- queen consort of Martâin I, king of Aragon, -- d. 1406.
Martin -- I, -- King of Aragon, -- 1356-1410.
Aragon (Spain) -- History -- Martin I, 1356-1410.
Queens -- Spain -- Aragon -- Biography.