2 edition of Spain of Ferdinand and Isabella. found in the catalog.
Spain of Ferdinand and Isabella.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Translated and edited by Benjamin Keen.|
|LC Classifications||DP162 .M333, e-sp---|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 429 p.|
|Number of Pages||429|
Isabella I, queen of Castile (–) and of Aragon (–), ruling the two kingdoms jointly from with her husband, Ferdinand II of Aragon. Their rule effected the permanent union of Spain and the beginning of an overseas empire in the New World, led by Christopher Columbus under Isabella. The term Catholic Monarchs refers to Queen Isabella I of Castile and King Ferdinand II of Aragon, whose marriage and joint rule marked the de facto unification of Spain. They were both from the House of Trastámara and were second cousins, being both descended from John I of Castile; on marriage they were given a papal dispensation to deal with consanguinity by Sixtus IV.
Get this from a library! Ferdinand and Isabella. [John Edwards] -- "This is essential reading for those concerned with power, politics and religion and with interfaith relations in the premodern world."--BOOK . Ferdinand II was the king of Aragon and king of Castile (as Ferdinand V) from , joint sovereign with Queen Isabella I. As Spanish ruler of southern Italy, he was also known as Ferdinand III of Naples and Ferdinand II of Sicily. He united the Spanish kingdoms into the nation of Spain.
Ferdinand (–) and Isabella (–) King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella were the first monarchs to rule a united Spain. They are remembered for sponsoring Christopher Columbus' voyage across the Atlantic in But the importance of their reign was even more far-reaching. Ferdinand and Isabella. What had hitherto been the curse of Spain, its intestinal divisions, feuds, rival projects of petty kings, was soon to be removed by the, union of Isabella of Castile and Ferdinand of` Aragon, whose marriage took place Octo
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This is a pretty good book about King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella. It was not very long. It only took 2 or 3 hours to read. It is about the King and Queen from different parts of what is now modern Spain. The book talks about the alliances and marriages of the different monarchs in Europe at the by: 2.
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King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella of Spain are most often remembered for the epochal voyage of Christopher Columbus. But the historic landfall of October /5. The story of Ferdinand and Isabella is a royal romantic story.
Isabella, the heir to the Castle crown and Ferdinand, the heir to the Aragon crown got married to each other on Octowhich finally led to the unification of what we now know as Spain. The book of Hours of Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain counts as part of the distinguished works of the Late Middle Aged book painting and is considered to be among the most beautiful Books of Hours in the world.
With its uncountable miniatures, spanning a total of pages, this manuscript flaunts beauty that truly has no : Patrimonio Ediciones. This is a pretty good book about King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella. It was not very long. It only took 2 or 3 hours to read.
It is about the King and Queen from different parts of what is now modern Spain. The book talks about the alliances and marriages of the different monarchs in Europe at the time/5(31).
Excellently translated, with notes, this scholarly volume presents a detailed account of political, social and religious life in 15th century Spain under Ferdinand and Isabella, and also a biographical study of the two monarchs and their influence on Spanish and European history. Europe, in the century of Ferdinand and Isabella, was also awakening to the glories of a new age, the Renaissance, and the Spain of the "Catholic Kings" - as Ferdinand and Isabella came to be known - was not untouched by this brilliant revival of learning.
Here, from the noted historian Malveena McKendrick, is their remarkable story. The powerful personalities of Ferdinand and Isabella had a major impact on the societies and states of early Europe and America. They unified Spain under one government and established the new Inquisition in ; they affirmed the country s Catholic Christian identity by forcing Muslims and Jews to convert to Christianity and they sent Christopher Columbus to discover a New World.
Ferdinand and Isabella retreated from their liberal policy, and in issued a regulation requiring a license for every book printed in Spain or introduced from abroad. Philip II imposed very serious restrictions on the publication and importation of books. History of the Reign of Ferdinand and Isabella, the Catholic, of Spain, Volume 2 History of the Reign of Ferdinand and Isabella, the Catholic, of Spain, William Hickling Prescott: Author: William Hickling Prescott: Edition: Publisher: Lippincott, Original from: the University of California: Digitized: Export Citation.
The facsimile is an unabridged reproduction of all the fragments of the Book of Hours of Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain that was once an individual document. Publisher Description King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella of Spain are most often remembered for the epochal voyage of Christopher Columbus.
But the historic landfall of October was only a secondary event of the year. The preceding January, they had accepted the surrender of Muslim Granada, ending centuries of Islamic rule in their peninsula.4/5(5).
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King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella of Spain are most often remembered for the epochal voyage of Christopher Columbus. But the historic landfall of October was only a secondary event of the year. The preceding January, they had accepted the surrender of Muslim Granada, ending centuries of Islamic rule in their : New Word City, Inc.
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Spain for the Sovereigns by Jean Plaidy Rating: /5. Ferdinand and Isabella, was an amazing royal couple, the type rarely seen in the history of nations. Full of energy, determination and devotion to their people and to each otherF, they lifted old Spain from feudal anarchy into the European renaissance in a short lifetime/5(37).
In this video, I examine the rule of Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain and rate their inclusion in the list of new monarchs of the 15th century. I highlight their consolidation of power, the.
In Ferdinand and Isabella went to war with Granada, the last Muslim kingdom in Spain. They defeated Granada in Spain was then a united Christian country.
Later in Ferdinand and Isabella supported Columbus’ first voyage across the Atlantic Ocean. History of the Reign of Ferdinand and Isabella. Two Volume SET. by William H. Prescott and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at InChristopher Columbus, an Italian explorer sponsored by Isabella and Ferdinand, discovered the New World for Europe and claimed the rich, unspoiled territory for Spain.
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