Ferdinand II, King of Aragon

Standard Name: Ferdinand II,, King of Aragon
Used Form: Ferdinand of Spain


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Textual Production Barbarina Brand, Baroness Dacre
Cordoba was capital of Moorish or Islamic Spain from the eighth to the thirteenth century. Gonzalo de Córdoba was a military leader in the conquest of Granada in the late fifteenth century, when in early...
Textual Production Ruth Fainlight
All Citizens are Soldiers had been produced in London two years before this at Joan Littlewood 's Theatre Royal, Stratford East , in East London.
“Contemporary Authors”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Centre-LRC.
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Lope de Vega lived and wrote in...
Textual Production Jean Plaidy
Castile for Isabella was the first novel in JP 's historical trilogy on Isabella, Queen of Castile , and Ferdinand, King of Aragon , the fifteenth-century monarchs who united Spain's two realms.
Duggan, Alfred Leo. “Review of <span data-tei-ns-tag="tei_title" data-tei-title-lvl=‘m’>Castile for Isabella</span> by Jean Plaidy”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 3039, p. 340.


1478: The medieval institution of the Inquisition...

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The medieval institution of the Inquisition was revived as the Spanish Inquisition at the request of the Spanish royal couple Isabel of Castile and Ferdinand of Aragon .

2 January 1492: At the battle of Granada in Spain (actually...

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2 January 1492

At the battle of Granada in Spain (actually the climax of a three-week siege) Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain defeated the Moors. They expelled the Jews the same year.

23 June 1516: The death of Ferdinand of Spain brought together...

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23 June 1516

The death of Ferdinand of Spain brought together the huge territories of Aragon, Castile, Burgundy, and the Low Countries, under the rule of Charles of Ghent, who soon became Holy Roman Emperor as Charles V .


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