She and her husband sponsored the voyage of Christopher Columbus, as well as the Spanish Inquisition. She bore Ferdinand five children, including Catherine of Aragon, the first wife of Henry VIII of England.
Isabella in "Report of the Special Committee on the Quality of Life" Edit
Isabella and her husband were approached by Christopher Columbus to provide funding for an excursion to China by sailing across the Atlantic Ocean. The king and queen commissioned the Special Committee on the Quality of Life to look into the desirability and ramifications of of granting Columbus the ships and men needed to attempt his goal. The Committee concluded that such a trip would not be in Spain's best interest.
Isabella in Ruled Britannia Edit
King Philip II's daughter, Queen Isabella of England, was named for Isabella of Castille. In 1598, Spanish soldier and playwright Lope de Vega published El Mejor Mozo de España in honor of Isabella and her husband. Isabella was played by Catalina Ibanez.
|Regnal titles (OTL)|
Henry IV of Castile]
|Queen of Castile and León|
with Ferdinand II of Aragon
| Succeeded by|
Joanna and Philip I of Castile