Palafox may refer to:

  • Palafoxia, a Genus of flowering plants from the sunflower family
  • Antonio Palafox, a Mexican tennis player
  • José de Palafox y Melzi, Duke of Saragossa, a Spanish general
  • Juan de Palafox y Mendoza (1600 – 1659), a Spanish bishop, politician and writer in colonial Mexico
  • Manuel Palafox, a Mexican politician

Other articles related to "palafox":

Palafoxia - Species
... Turner Morris Spanish Needles, Desert Palafox Palafoxia arida var ... arida Desert palafox Palafoxia arida var ... Gray Small Palafox Palafoxia feayi Gray Feay's Palafox Palafoxia hookeriana Torr ...
Florida State Road 196
... It runs from South Palafox Street (Palafox Place) east to U.S ... The portion of the road from South Palafox Street east to Alcaniz Street is known as East Main Street, and consists of two through lanes with a center left-turn lane ...
Manuel Palafox
... Manuel Palafox (born Puebla, 1886 – 1959) was a Mexican politician, soldier and intellectual ... Palafox studied in Puebla, his city of birth, and became an entrepreneur ... Palafox became minister of agriculture in the Gutiérrez cabinet ...
Siege Of Zaragoza (1808) - Historical Context
... The Spanish side was led by General José de Palafox who was the second son in an aristocratic Spanish family ... Palafox made a few attempts to stop the French from even reaching Zaragoza ... a force of 6,000 but was defeated again at Alagon on 14 June 1808 and Palafox himself was wounded ...