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Some time later, the inhabitants of Plasencia established a local military junta to defend their own interests; however, the city was overtaken and villages, such as Malpartida, were burnt down.
French soldiers took control of Plasencia 12 times by forcible means and apart from the high number of buildings that were destroyed, the inhabitants too were also tortured and killed.
The Catholic Monarchs, Ferdinand and Isabella, stood by them and made the revolt a success.
Ferdinand swore to defend and protect the freedom and charters of Plasencia until his death.
As a result, everyone from the surrounding areas who could afford to study in the university moved to Plasencia.
The nobility took advantage of this situation and rebelled against the House of Zúñiga, trying to recover the power that they had over Plasencia before it was gifted away.This charter prompted the formation of a Jewish community in Plasencia, which became the largest Jewish community in Extremadura at that time and held a considerable amount of economic power.The 15th century was a vital period in Plasencia’s history, because it was at this time that a jurisdiction of lordship was established.Once the Old Regime was abolished, Extremadura was divided into two different provinces: Cáceres and Badajoz.Plasencia argued with Cáceres about which of them should be the capital of the province, arguing that it had a higher number of population, it was more affluent and it had the bishop's palace.
Henry IV of Castile was deposed from the throne in favour of the infant Alfonso after the count of Plasencia stole the sword of this king’s wooden statue, signifying that without the sword, he had no power.