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List of Grand Masters of the Order of Calatrava

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List of Grand Masters of the Order of Calatrava

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The following is an incomplete list of former Grand Masters of the Order of Calatrava, the current grand master of the order is King Juan Carlos I of Spain

  1. Don García (1164–1169)
  2. Fernando Icaza (1169–1170)
  3. Martín Pérez de Siones (1170–1182)
  4. Nuño Pérez de Quiñones (1182–1199)
  5. Martín Martínez (1199–1207)
  6. Ruy Díaz de Yanguas (1207–1212)
  7. Rodrigo Garcés (1212–1216)
  8. Martín Fernández de Quintana (1216–1218)
  9. Gonzalo Yáñez de Novoa (1218–1238)
  10. Martín Ruiz de Cevallos (1238–1240)
  11. Gómez Manrique (1240–1243)
  12. Fernando Ordóñez (1243–1254)
  13. Pedro Yáñez (1254–1267)
  14. Juan González (1267–1284)
  15. Ruy Pérez Ponce de León (1284–1295)
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