Alfonso of Aragon (1481–1500), Duke of Bisceglie and Prince of Salerno of the House of Trastámara, was the illegitimate son of Alfonso II King of Naples and his mistress Trogia Gazzela. His father, cousin of Ferdinand II King of Aragon, abdicated in favour of his legitimate son Ferdinand II of Naples.
May 27: Bertha and Ethelbert, Queen and King of Kent, 616
(539 - 612 AD) Bertha, daughter of King Charibert I of the Franks, married Ethelbert who soon became the third English King: King of Kent (making her Queen of Kent.) She is Canonized for helping establish Christianity in England.
Donna Sancha of Aragon (1478 in Gaeta – 1506 in Naples), or Sancia of Aragon, was an illegitimate daughter of King Alfonso II of Naples In 1494, she was married to Gioffre Borgia. Sancha became friends with her sister-in-law Lucrezia, and allegedly had affairs with both of her husband Gioffre's older brothers: Juan Borgia, 2nd Duke of Gandia also known as Giovanni Borgia and Cesare Borgia. Her affair with Juan Borgia is sometimes said to be the reason for Cesare's alleged murder of Juan in…