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 h English (en)Columbus was said to have married Felipa Moniz, a Portuguese noble woman. Some standard biography historians claim her family must have fallen on hard times for the penniless Columbus to have married her. We do know that her family was neither disgraced nor impoverished. In fact they had strong connections to the Portuguese court. If Columbus-Colón was not the son of a wool carder, his family must have had wealth and distinction. His later interactions with King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella suggest that they did.
 h Spanish (es)Se dice que Colón se casó con Felipa Moniz, una mujer noble portuguesa. Algunos historiadores de la biografía estándar afirman que su familia debe haber atravesado tiempos difíciles para que Colón, sin un centavo, se casara con ella. Sabemos que su familia no fue deshonrada ni empobrecida. De hecho, tenían fuertes conexiones con la corte portuguesa. Si Columbus-Colón no era hijo de un cardador de lana, su familia debió tener riqueza y distinción. Sus interacciones posteriores con el rey Fernando y la reina Isabel sugieren que sí.