Biography of Fernando Alarcón (1466-1540)

Captain of the 15th and 16th century Spanish, Knight of the order of Santiago, called the Lord of Alarcón, who was born in 1466 and died in 1540. He/She participated in the war of the expulsion of the moors of Granada and then in Naples, being made prisoner at the battle of Ravenna. When regained freedom took part in the campaign of Carlos V, and was responsible for saving to Francisco I and Pope Clement VII.