Between 1475 and 1479 the war was triggered by the succession of Castile. The outcome of the war was the union of the kingdoms of Castile and Aragon through the marriage of Kingdom heirs Ferdinand of Aragon and Isabella of Castile, who used the Roman name of Hispania as España (Spain) and there reigned together until Elizabeth's death in 1504 .
Wedding portrait of King Ferdinand II of Aragón and Queen Isabella of Castile.
Juana, the daughter of Ferdinand and Isabella of Castile inherited his mother and married Philip of Austria. Both went down in history as "Juana La Loca" and "Philip the Handsome".
Felipe died in 1506 and Juana was declared incapable, so her father took over the government of Castile until his death in 1516.