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Domingo Ram y Lanaja, Bishop of Lleida 1416–1419
Domenec Ram y Lanaja (1345 - 25 April 1445) was a Spanish politician and diplomat who was Viceroy of Sicily in 1415–1419, succeeding Prince John of Aragon, later King John II of Aragon.
Niccolò Speciale 1423–1424 (1st term)
Niccolò Speziale di Noto ( - 1444) was the Viceroy of Sicily from 1423 - 1424, and 1425–1432.
This is a list of viceroys of Sicily:
List of Spanish Viceroys of Sicily
Fernando de Acuña y de Herrera 1489–1495
Fernando de Acuña y de Herrera (died 1495) was Viceroy of Sicily for 1489–1495.
PeterInfante PeterPeter of Aragon
Peter, infans of Aragón 1424–1425
Peter, Infante of Aragón, (1406 – besieging Naples, Italy, 1438), Viceroy of Sicily, 1424–1425, Duke of Noto, was the sixth child of King Ferdinand I of Aragón, and Countess Eleanor Urraca of Alburquerque.
Joan Ramon Folc de Cardona y de Prades, 3rd Count of CardonaJoan Ramon Folc III de Cardona
Joan Ramon Folc III de Cardona, Count of Prades 1477–1479
John Ramon's titles included Count of Prades, Count of Cardona, Viscount of Vilamur, Baron of Entenza, Admiral of Aragon, Captain-general of Catalonia as well as Viceroy of Sicily from 1477-79.
Lope Ximénez de Urrea y de Bardaixi 1443–1459 (1st term)
Lope III Ximénez de Urrea y de Bardaixi, Viceroy of Sicily, fought during the Italian Wars and was involved in the Conquest of Naples, Italy.
Hug de MontcadaHugo de MoncadaUgo de Moncada
Hug de Montcada 1509–1517
He served as General of Ocean and Land, Viceroy of Sicily, 1509–1517, Viceroy of Naples, 1527 - 1528.
Gilabert de Centelles y de Cabrera 1440–1441
Gilabert de Centelles y de Cabrera (born c.1400) was a Viceroy of Sicily and the son of Gilabert de Centelles y de Riusech, Baron of Nules, and Elionor de Cabrera.
Raimundo Perellós 1441–1443
Ramón de Perellós, Viscount of Perellós, title of 1391, province of Zaragoza, Spain, was a nobleman of the Kingdom of Aragon, Viceroy of Sicily, 1441–1443, and probably, the son of another Raymond Perellós, a.k.a. Ramón Perellós, member of the Council of king John I of Aragon, (1350–1396), who was awarded the title of 1st Viscount of Perellós, on 13 February 1391.
Diego Enríquez de Guzmán, Count of Alba de Liste 1585–1592
Diego Enríquez de Guzmán, 5th count of Alba de Liste (circa 1530 – 1604), Viceroy of Sicily (1585–1591), a Knight of the Order of the Golden Fleece since the year 1600, was the son of Enrique Enriquez, 4th count of Alba de Liste (circa 1500 – 1562), and Maria Alvarez de Toledo y Pimentel (circa 1510 – ), one daughter of Garcia Alvarez de Toledo, 2nd duke of Alba (circa 1490 – 29 August 1510) and of Beatriz Pimentel, a daughter of the 4th count and 1st duke of Benavente since January 1473, Rodrigo Alfonso Pimentel.
Marcantonio Colonna, Prince of Paliano 1577–1584
Marcantonio II Colonna (sometimes spelled Marc'Antonio; 1535 – August 1, 1584), Duke of Tagliacozzo and Duke and Prince of Paliano, was an Italian aristocrat who served as a Viceroy of Sicily in the service of the Spanish Crown, Spanish general, and Captain General of the Church.
Duke of MedinaceliJuan de la Cerda y SilvaJuan de la Cerda y Silva, 4th Duke of Medinaceli
Juan de la Cerda, 4th Duke of Medinaceli 1557–1564
In 1557, King Philip II of Spain appointed him Viceroy of Sicily, a position he held until 1564.
Ramón (Raimondo) de Cardona
Ramon de Cardona, Count of Albento 1507–1509
He stayed as Viceroy of Sicily from 1507 to 1509 and coming back to Naples and staying there till his death in 1522.
Duke of OsunaPedro Giron, Duke of OsunaPedro Téllez-Girón
Pedro Téllez-Girón, 3rd Duke of Osuna 1611–1616
He was the 2nd Marquis of Peñafiel, 7th Count of Ureña, Spanish Viceroy of Sicily (1611–1616), Viceroy of Naples (1616–1620), a Knight of the Order of the Golden Fleece since 1608, Grandee of Spain, member of the Spanish Supreme Council of War, and the subject of several poems by his friend, counselor and assistant, Francisco de Quevedo.
Ettore Pignatelli e Caraffa, 1st Duke of Monteleone, Duke of Monteleone 1517–1534
In 1517, the now 17 years old king Charles I of Spain on advice of his international war counselors awarded him the title of Viceroy of Sicily, 1517 - 1535.
Antoni de Cardona
Antoni de Cardona 1419–1421 (1st term)
Antonio de Cardona y de Xerica-Aragon, (1395–1458 Naples, Italy) Viceroy of Sicily 1419–1421, son of Hugo de Cardona and Beatriz de Xerica y Martinez de Luna,
Emanuele FilibertoEmanuele Filiberto, Prince of Savoy
Emanuel Filibert of Savoy 1622–1624
Emanuel Filibert of Savoy (April 16, 1588 – August 4, 1624) was the third son of Charles Emmanuel I, Duke of Savoy and Viceroy of Sicily between 1622 and 1624.
Francesco Ferdinando d'Ávalos AquinoFrancesco Ferdinando D’Avalos
Francesco Ferdinando II d'Avalos, 5th Marquis of Pescara, 1568–1571
Francesco Ferdinando d’Ávalos d'Aquino, VII marquis of Pescara and III marquis of Vasto (c. 1530 – Palermo, 1571), was commander in chief of the Spanish army in Lombardy and Piedmont, governor of the State of Milan (1560–63) and viceroy of Sicily (1568–71).
Luis de Moncada, 7th Duke of Montalto, 1635–1639 Interim
He was a Knight of the Military Order of Alcantara in 1630, Viceroy of Sicily in 1635, Captain General and Viceroy of Sardinia (1644), Viceroy of Valencia in 1652 and a Knight of the Order of the Golden Fleece in 1651.
VentimigliaCounts of VentimigliaGiovanni I Ventimiglia
Giovanni I Ventimiglia, count-marquis of Geraci 1430–1432
A keen supporter of the mathematical sciences, Viceroy of Sicily, 1595–1598 and 1606 - 1607.
Juan Tellez-Girón y Enriquez de Ribera
Juan Tellez-Girón y Enriquez de Ribera, 4th Duke of Osuna 1655–1656
Juan Tellez-Girón y Enriquez de Ribera, 4th Duke of Osuna (15 November 1597 – 12 October 1656) was Viceroy of Sicily from 1655 to 1656.
Duke of Maqueda
Jorge de Cárdenas y Manrique de Lara, Marquis of Elche 1601–1602 Interim
In that year 1601 he was also interim Viceroy of Sicily.
García de ToledoGarcía Álvarez de Toledode Toledo
García Álvarez de Toledo, 4th Marquis of Villafranca 1564–1566
He then became Colonel General of the Infantry of the Kingdom of Naples and finally, between 1564 and 1566, Viceroy of Sicily.
Juan de Vega, Lord of Grajal 1547–1557
Esteeming him and Ignatius’ religious order, the Jesuits, when Vega was appointed Viceroy of Sicily he brought Jesuits with him.