List of Spanish Viceroys of Valencia


List of Spanish Viceroys of Valencia

This is a list of Spanish Viceroys of Valencia from 1520 to 1713.
*1520 : Diego Hurtado de Mendoza, Conde de Mélito
*1523 : Germaine of Foix
*1526 : Germaine of Foix and Ferdinand of Aragon, Duque de Calabria
*1537 : Ferdinand of Aragon, Duque de Calabria
*1550 : Lorenzo de Villarrasa (Interim) (1st time)
*1553 : Bernardino de Cárdenas y Pacheco, Duque de Maqueda
*1558 : Alfonso de Aragón, Duque de Segorbe
*1563 : Lorenzo de Villarrasa (2nd time)
*1566 : Antonio Alfonso Pimentel de Herrera, Conde de Benavente
*1572 : Íñigo López de Hurtado de Mendoza, Marqués de Mondéjar
*1575 : Vespasiano Gonzaga y Colonna, Prínce of Sabbioneta
*1578 : Pedro Manrique de Lara, Duque de Nájera
*1580 : Francisco de Moncada y Folc de Cardona, Marqués de Aytona
*1595 : Francisco Gómez de Sandoval y Rojas, Marqués de Denia
*1598 : Juan Alfonso Pimentel de Herrera, Conde de Benavente
*1602 : Juan de Ribera, Archbishop of Valencia
*1604 : Juan de Sandoval y Rojas, Marqués de Villamizar
*1606 : Luis Carrillo de Toledo, Marqués de Caracena
*1615 : Gomez Suarez de Figueroa y Córdoba, Duke of Feria
*1618 : Antonio Pimentel y Toledo, Marqués de Tavara
*1622 : Enrique de Ávila y Guzmán, Marqués de Povar
*1627 : Luis Ferrer de Cardona (Interim)
*1628 : Luis Fajardo Requesens y Zúñiga, Marqués de los Vélez
*1631 : Pedro Fajardo Requesens y Zúñiga, Marqués de los Vélez
*1635 : Fernando de Borja y de Aragón, Marqués de Esquilache
*1640 : Federico Colonna, Príncipe de Butera
*1641 : Antonio Juan Luis de la Cerda, Duque de Medinaceli
*1642 : Francisco de Borja, Duque de Gandia
*1642 : Rodrigo Ponce de León, Duque de Arcos
*1645 : Duarte Fernández Álvarez de Toledo, Conde de Oropesa
*1650 : Pedro de Urbina y Montoya, Archbishop of Valencia
*1652 : Luis Guillem de Moncada, Duque de Montalto
*1659 : Manuel Pérez de los Cobos, Marqués de Camarasa
*1663 : Vicente de Gonzaga y Doria
*1663 : Basilio de Castelví y Ponce (Interim)
*1664 : Antonio Pedro Álvarez Ossorio, Marqués de Astorga
*1666 : Gaspar Felipe de Guzmán y Mejía, Marqués de Leganés
*1667 : Diego Felipe de Guzmán, Marqués de Leganés
*1669 : Vespasiano Manrique de Lara Gonzaga, Conde de Paredes
*1675 : Francisco Idiáquez Butrón, Duque de Ciudad Real
*1678 : Juan Tomás de Rocabertí, Archbishop of Valencia (1st time)
*1679 : Pedro Manuel Colón de Portugal, Duque de Veragua
*1680 : Rodrigo Manuel Fernández Manrique de Lara, Conde de Aguilar
*1683 : Juan Tomás de Rocabertí (2nd time)
*1683 : Pedro José de Silva, Conde de Cifuentes
*1688 : Luis de Moscoso y de Osorio, Conde de Altamira
*1691 : Carlos Homo Dei Moura y Pacheco, Marqués de Castel Rodrigo
*1696 : Alfonso Pérez de Guzmán
*1700 : Antonio Domingo de Mendoza Caamaño y Sotomayor, Marqués de Villagarcía

Viceroys named by Philip V of Spain

*1705 : Joaquín Ponce de León
*1706 : Conde de las Torres
*1707 : Luis Belluga Moncada, Bishop of Cartagena


=Viceroys named by Charles of Habsburg=

*1705 : Juan Bautista Basset y Ramos
*1706 : Sancho Ruiz de Lihory, Count Cardona
*1706 : Diego Hurtado de Mendoza y Sandoval, Conde de la Corzana

References

* [http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Atlantis/2572/VirreinatoValencia.htm Virreinato de Valencia]


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