Kings of Leon

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  1. Caleb Followill

    Caleb Followill

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    American, Singer

  2. Jared Followill

    Jared Followill

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    American, Bassist

  3. Kings of Leon

    Kings of Leon

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    Kings of Leon is an American rock band that formed in Nashville, Tennessee, in 1999. The band is composed of brothers Anthony Caleb Followill (b. January 14, 1982, lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Ivan Nathan Followill (b. June 26, 1979, drums, percussion, backing vocals) and Michael Jared Followill (b. November 20, 1986, bass guitar, backing vocals), with their cousin Cameron Matthew Followill (b. September 10, 1984, lead guitar, backing vocals).


  4. Nathan Followill

    Nathan Followill

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    Kings of Leon is an American rock band that formed in Nashville, Tennessee, in 1999. The band is composed of brothers Anthony Caleb Followill (b. January 14, 1982, lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Ivan Nathan Followill (b. June 26, 1979, drums, percussion, backing vocals) and Michael Jared Followill (b. November 20, 1986, bass guitar, backing vocals), with their cousin Cameron Matthew Followill (b. September 10, 1984, lead guitar, backing vocals).


  5. Matthew Followill

    Matthew Followill

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    Kings of Leon is an American rock band that formed in Nashville, Tennessee, in 1999. The band is composed of brothers Anthony Caleb Followill (b. January 14, 1982, lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Ivan Nathan Followill (b. June 26, 1979, drums, percussion, backing vocals) and Michael Jared Followill (b. November 20, 1986, bass guitar, backing vocals), with their cousin Cameron Matthew Followill (b. September 10, 1984, lead guitar, backing vocals).


  6. García I of León

    García I of León

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    García I (c. 871–914) was the King of León from 910 until his death and eldest of three succeeding sons of Alfonso III the Great by his wife Jimena.


  7. Bermudo II of León

    Bermudo II of León

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    Bermudo (or Vermudo) II (956–999), called the Gouty (Spanish: ), was the King of Galicia (982–999) and León (984–999). His reign is summed up by Justo Pérez de Urbel's description of him as "el pobre rey atormentado en la vida por la espada de Almanzor y en muerte por la pluma vengadora de un obispo" (the poor king tormented in life by the sword of Almanzor and in death by the vengeful pen of a bishop).


  8. Fruela II of León

    Fruela II of León

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    Fruela II (Froila II) (c. 875–July 925) was the King of Asturias from the death of his father, Alfonso III of Asturias, in 910 to his own death. When his father died, the kingdom was divided, with the third son, Fruela, taking the original portion (Asturias); the second, Ordoño, taking Galicia; and the eldest, García, taking León. As king of Asturias, he had the job of consolidating the region later called Castile and keeping its counts in check.


  9. Ordoño II of León

    Ordoño II of León

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    Ordoño II (c. 873–924, León) was king of Galicia from 910, and king of Galicia and León from 914 until his death. He was the second son of King Alfonso III the Great and his wife, Jimena of Pamplona.


  10. Ordoño IV of León

    Ordoño IV of León

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    Ordoño IV, called the Wicked or the Bad (c. 926–Córdoba, 962), son of Alfonso IV of León and nephew of Ramiro II, was the king of León from 958 until 960, interrupting the reign of Sancho the Fat for a two year period. He was aided in acquiring the throne by Fernán González, count of Castile, whose daughter he married, for the Leonese nobles, as well as the disaffected Galician and Castilian ones, had grown sick of the obese Sancho. They were defeated, however, through Navarrese intervention in 960.


  11. Sancho I of León

    Sancho I of León

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    Sancho I (died 966), called the Fat, was the son of King Ramiro II of León. He succeeded his half-brother Ordoño III in 956 and reigned until his death, except for a two year interruption from 958 to 960, when Ordoño the Wicked usurped the throne. He was a grandson of Sancho I of Pamplona and Toda Aznárez.


  12. Alfonso IV of León

    Alfonso IV of León

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    Alfonso IV (c. 890s – 933), called the Monk, was King of León from 925 (or 926) and of Galicia from 929, until he abdicated in 931.


  13. Alfonso VI of León and Castile

    Alfonso VI of León and Castile

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    Alfonso VI (before June, 1040 – June 29/July 1, 1109), nicknamed the Brave (El Bravo) or the Valiant, was King of León from 1065, King of Castile and de facto King of Galicia from 1072, and self-proclaimed "Emperor of all Spain". After the conquest of Toledo he was also self-proclaimed victoriosissimo rege in Toleto, et in Hispania et Gallecia. Much romance has gathered around his name.


  14. Ramiro II of León

    Ramiro II of León

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    Ramiro II (c. 900–1 January 951), son of Ordoño II, was King of León from 931 until his death. Initially titular king only of a lesser part of Asturias, he gained the crown of León (and with it, Galicia) after his brother Alfonso IV abdicated in 931. The scant Anales castellanos primeros are a primary source for his reign.


  15. Ordoño III of León

    Ordoño III of León

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    Ordoño III (c. 926 – 956) was the King of León from 951 to 956, son and successor of Ramiro II (931-951). He confronted Navarre and Castile, who supported his half-brother Sancho the Fat in disputing Ordoño's claim to the throne.


  16. Bermudo III of León

    Bermudo III of León

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    Bermudo III (1010 – 4 September 1037), king of León (1028 – 4 September 1037), son of Alfonso V of León by his wife Elvira Mendes, was the last scion of Peter of Cantabria to rule in the Leonese kingdom. He was called Emperor in Galicia in 1025.


  17. Ramiro III of León

    Ramiro III of León

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  18. Alfonso VII of León and Castile

    Alfonso VII of León and Castile

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    Alfonso VII (1 March 1105 – 21 August 1157), born Alfonso Raimúndez, called the Emperor (el Emperador), became the King of Galicia in 1111 and King of León and Castile in 1126. Alfonso first used the title Emperor of All the Spains, alongside his mother Urraca, once his mother vested him with the direct rule of Toledo in 1116. Alfonso later held another investiture in 1135 in a grand ceremony reasserting his claims to the Imperial title. He was the son of Urraca of León and Raymond of Burgundy, the first of the House of Burgundy to rule in the Iberian peninsula.


  19. Alfonso V of León

    Alfonso V of León

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    Alfonso V (994–1028), called the Noble, was King of León from 999 to 1028. He was the son of Bermudo II by his second wife Elvira García of Castile. The Abbot Oliva called him "Emperor of all Hispania".


  20. Alfonso III of León

    Alfonso III of León

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    Alfonso III (c. 848–20 December 910), called the Great, was the king of León, Galicia and Asturias from 866 until his death. He was the son and successor of Ordoño I. According to some sources he was the first be called "Emperor of Spain", and he may have purchased a former "imperial crown". He was also titled "Prince of all Galicia" (Princeps totius Galletiae).


  21. Ferdinand II of León

    Ferdinand II of León

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    Ferdinand II (1137 – 22 January 1188) was King of León and Galicia from 1157 to his death.


  22. Ferdinand I of León and Castile

    Ferdinand I of León and Castile

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    Ferdinand I (c. 1015 – 24 June 1065), called the Great (el Magno), was the Count of Castile from his uncle's death in 1029 and the King of León after defeating his brother-in-law in 1037. According to tradition, he was the first to have himself crowned Emperor of Spain (1056), and his heirs carried on the tradition. He was a younger son of Sancho III of Navarre and Mayor of Castile, and by his father's will recognised the supremacy of his eldest brother, García Sánchez III of Navarre. While Ferdinand inaugurated the rule of the Navarrese Jiménez dynasty over western Spain, his rise to preeminence among the Christian rulers of the peninsula shifted the locus of power and culture westward after more than a century of Leonese decline. Nevertheless, "he internal consolidation of the realm of León–Castilla under Fernando el Magno and Sancha (1037–1065) is a history that remains to be researched and written."


  23. Alfonso IX of León

    Alfonso IX of León

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    Alfonso IX (15 August 1171 – 23 or 24 September 1230) was king of León and Galicia from the death of his father Ferdinand II in 1188 until his own death. According to Ibn Khaldun (1332-1406), he is said to have been called the Baboso or Slobberer because he was subject to fits of rage during which he foamed at the mouth.