(Alfonso de Borja; Alfonso Borgia) 1378–1458, Spanish ecclesiastic: pope 1455–58.
- Alfonso i
(Alfonso Henriques) 1109?–85, first king of Portugal 1139–85.
- Alfonso x
(“Alfonso the Wise”) 1221–84, king of Castile 1252–84. Historical Examples An exponent of the monarchical ideas of Alfonso X, he proceeded by diverse routes to his end. A History of Spain Charles E. Chapman Bull-fighting was clearly in existence by the time of Alfonso X, and thenceforth enjoyed great popularity. A History of Spain Charles […]
- Alfonso vi
noun died 1109, king of Léon (1065–1109) and of Castile (1072–1109). He appointed his vassal, the Spanish hero El Cid, ruler of Valencia Historical Examples alfonso vi granted territories called the county of Portugal in the northern part of the land which now bears that name. A History of Spain Charles E. Chapman
- Alfonso xii
1857–85, king of Spain 1874–85.