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  Ferdinand II of Aragon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ferdinand II (Fernando de Aragón in Spanish and Ferran d'Aragó in Catalan), nicknamed the Catholic (March 10, 1452 – June 23, 1516) was king of Aragon, Castile, Sicily, Naples, Valencia, Sardinia and Navarre and Count of Barcelona.
Ferdinand, the son of John II of Aragon by his second wife, the Aragonese noblewoman Juana Enriquez, was made King of Sicily by his father in 1468 in preparation for his marriage to Infanta Isabella, the half-sister and heiress of Henry IV of Castile.
Ferdinand allied with various Italian princes and with Emperor Maximilian I, to expel the French by 1496 and install Alfonso's son, Ferdinand, on the Neapolitan throne.
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 MSN Encarta - Ferdinand V
Ferdinand V, called The Catholic (1452-1516), king of Castile (1474-1504); as Ferdinand II he was also king of Sicily (1468-1516) and of Aragón (1479-1516); as Ferdinand III, king of Naples (1504-1516).
The union of the Spanish kingdoms of Aragón and Castile was effected in 1469 by Ferdinand's marriage to his cousin Isabella I, queen of Castile.
Ferdinand had hoped by this alliance to obtain the Castilian crown for himself, but his high-spirited and politically astute wife firmly retained sovereign authority in her own realm.
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 Ferdinand II of Aragon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Ferdinand, the son of John II of Aragon by his second wife, the Aragonese noblewoman, was made King of Sicily by his father in 1468 in preparation for his marriage to Infanta Isabella, the half-sister and heiress of Henry IV of Castile.
He married Isabella in 1469 and became Ferdinand V of Castile when Isabella succeeded her brother as Queen of Castile in 1474.
At this point Ferdinand remarried with the much younger of Foix (1490-1538), a grand-daughter of Queen Leonor of Navarre, to reinforce his claim to the kingdom.
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 Ferdinand II of Aragon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Ferdinand II of Aragon, nicknamed the Catholic (March 10, 1452 - June 23, 1516) was king of Aragon, Castile, Sicily, Naples and Navarre.
He was also the king of Sicily (as Ferdinand II) from 1468 to 1516 and Naples (as Ferdinand III) from 1504 to 1516.
Ferdinand also conquered the southern half of Navarre and annexed it to Spain.
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 Ferdinand I of Aragon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In 1406, upon the death of his elder brother King Henry III of Castile, Ferdinand declined the Castilian crown and instead, with Henry's widow Catherine, became coregent during the minority of his nephew John II of Castile.
After Ferdinand's uncle, Martin I of Aragon (as Martin II, also King of Sicily) died without surviving issue, Ferdinand was chosen king in 1412 to succeed him by the Pact of Caspe.
In 1393, Ferdinand married Eleanor of Alburquerque (1374 - 1435).
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 king of Aragon FERDINAND I. - LoveToKnow Article on king of Aragon FERDINAND I.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
king of Aragon FERDINAND I. - LoveToKnow Article on king of Aragon FERDINAND I. king of Aragon FERDINAND I., king of Aragon (13 731416), called of Antequera, was the son of John I. of Castile by his wife Eleanor, daughter of the third marriage of Peter IV.
His surname of Antequera was given him because he was besieging that town, then in the hands of the Moors, when he was told that the cortes of Aragon had elected him king in succession to his uncle Martin, the last male of the old line of Wilfred the Hairy.
Ferdinand refused to despoil his brothers infant son, and even if he did not act on the moral ground he alleged, his sagacity must have shown him that he would be at the mercy of the men who had chosen him in such circumstances.
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 SPAIN FROM FERDINAND AND ISABELLA TO PHILIP
On the eastern coast of the peninsula was the crown of Aragon, consisting of Catalonia, Aragon, and Valencia.
Ferdinand and Isabella successfully asserted their authority over them, and this was confirmed by a papal bull in 1523 during the reign of their grandson, Charles.
The Moslems of Aragon were not affected by the decree of 1502, but their turn came in the reign of Charles V. In 1525 he ordered the expulsion of all Moors from the territories of Aragon by the end of January 1526.
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 AllRefer.com - Ferdinand II, king of AragOn (Spanish And Portuguese History, Biography) - Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Ferdinand II or Ferdinand the Catholic, 1452–1516, king of AragOn (1479–1516), king of Castile and LeOn (as Ferdinand V, 1474–1504), king of Sicily (1468–1516), and king of Naples (1504–16).
Ferdinand personally was more interested in Mediterranean affairs.
Many of Ferdinand's policies had long-lasting effects, especially the expulsion of the Jews and the Muslims, many of whom settled in N Africa, the search for American gold, and the conversion of large agricultural areas into grazing lands for the benefit of the wool industry.
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 Encyclopedia: Ferdinand II of Aragon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Ferdinand, the son of John II of Aragon by his second wife, the Aragonese noblewoman Juana Enriquez, was made King of Sicily by his father in 1468 in preparation for his marriage to Infanta Isabel, the half-sister and heiress of Henry IV of Castile.
The first decades of Ferdinand and Isabel's joint rule were taken up with the conquest of the Kingdom of Granada, the last Muslim enclave in the Iberian peninsula, which was completed by 1492.
Note: Titles are those for King of Aragon Kings of Aragon and Valencia, Counts of Barcelona, of the House of Barcelona 1213—1276 James I the Conqueror, conquered Valencia, Majorca and Ibiza, wrote the Libre dels feyts 1276—1285 Peter III (I of Valencia, II of Barcelona) the Great, conquered...
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 Aragon
She was the daughter of Ferdinand V and Isabella I, king and queen of Aragón and Castile.
Ferdinand V (1452-1516) King-consort of Castile from 1474 (as Ferdinand II), King of Aragon from 1479, and Ferdinand III of Naples from 1504.
King of Aragon as Sancho I Ramirez (1063-94) and of Navarre as Sancho V Ramirez (1074-94).
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 Ferdinand
Ferdinand IV, Archduke of Austria, duke of Modena.
Ferdinand IV of Castile and Leon[?] - 1285-1312; became king 1295.
Ferdinand of Austria, Cardinal-Infante of Spain[?] - 1618-1641
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 FERDINAND II VAN ARAGON   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Ferdinand II (Sos 10 maart 1452 - Madrigalejo 23 januari 1516) was koning van Aragon 1479 tot 1516, samen met zijn vrouw, Isabella van Kastilië, heerser over Kastilië van 1474 tot 1504 (als Ferdinand V), koning van Napels (als Ferdinand III), van 1504 tot 1516 en sinds 1471 koning van Sicilië.
Ferdinand was de zoon van Johan II van Aragon en Johanna Enriquez.
Na de dood van Isabella (1504) en van zijn schoonzoon Filips de Schone (1506) werd Ferdinand tijdens de minderjarigheid van zijn kleinzoon keizer Karel V regent van Kastilië in de plaats van zijn dochter Johanna van Kastilië.
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 European Voyages of Exploration: Imperial Spain
Aragon was a federation of highly independent provinces that were each administered by a Cortes in the absence of the king who could not directly administer such a diverse empire.
Aragon had a rich and energetic urban patriciate with extensive overseas commercial interests who believed in a contractual relationship between the king and his subjects.
Ferdinand led the united forces of Aragon and Castile to triumph thanks to his military and diplomatic prowess.
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 Aragon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Aragon (Spanish, Aragón) is an autonomous community of north-eastern Spain.
Aragon is bounded on the north by France, on the east by Catalonia, on the south by Valencia, and on the west by Castile-La Mancha, Castile-Leon, La Rioja, and Navarre.
The dynastic union of Castile and Aragón in 1479, when Ferdinand II of Aragon wed Isabella I of Castile, led to the formal creation of Spain as a single entity in 1516.
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 Ferdinand & Isabella - Spain's Unity
This is an indication of the limited extent of unity in Spain under Ferdinand and Isabella.
In the economic sphere, the division of Castile and Aragon, despite the union of their monarchs, is even clearer.
Aragon's traditional sphere of influence was in the Mediterranean.
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 The Internet Classroom [Science Proficiency, Biology, French, and Spanish]
Born in 1451, Isabella was queen of Castile from 1474 to 1505.
Ferdinand and Isabella succeeded as joint sovereigns to the throne of Castile on the death of Isabella's half brother Henry IV in December of 1474.
-Catherine of Aragón Ferdinand and Isabella’s youngest daughter, born Dec. 15, 1485, was Catherine of Aragón.
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 Spain - THE GOLDEN AGE - Ferdinand and Isabella
The marriage in 1469 of royal cousins, Ferdinand of Aragon (1452-1516) and Isabella of Castile (1451-1504), eventually brought stability to both kingdoms.
Ferdinand, who had received his political education in federalist Aragon, brought a new emphasis on constitutionalism and a respect for local fueros to Castile, where he was king consort (1479- 1504) and continued as regent after Isabella's death in 1504.
Ferdinand and Isabella resumed the Reconquest, dormant for more than 200 years, and in 1492 they captured Granada, earning for themselves the title of Catholic Kings.
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 List of Aragonese monarchs : Kings of Aragon
The Aragonese kings of the Barcelonan dinasty ruled as well Catalonia (which included Roussillon, nowadays a Department of France), the city of Montpellier, the kingdom of Valencia, the kingdom of Majorca, the kingdom of Sicily, and Sardinia.
1131 1162 Ramon Berenguer IV[?] (married Petronila of Aragon[?]
1094 1101 Peter I of Aragon, conquered Huesca
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 Ferdinand I on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
In the same year Ferdinand married Anna, daughter of Uladislaus II, king of Hungary and Bohemia, in fulfillment of a treaty (1515) between his grandfather, Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I, and Uladislaus II.
In Bohemia, Ferdinand laid the groundwork for Hapsburg absolutism by virtually abrogating (1547) the prerogatives of the diet and the towns; he also began the reconversion of the kingdom to Catholicism by calling in the Jesuits.
Ferdinand was obliged to restore the duchy to Ulrich.
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 AllRefer.com - Ferdinand I, king of AragOn and Sicily (Spanish And Portuguese History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Ferdinand I 1379?–1416, king of AragOn and Sicily and count of Barcelona (1412–16), second son of John I of Castile; nephew and successor of Martin of AragOn.
In 1406, Ferdinand became regent of Castile during the minority of his nephew, John II.
Ferdinand was succeeded by his son, Alfonso V. The Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia Copyright © 2003, Columbia University Press.
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 Ferdinand V and Isabella I   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
called The Catholic (1452-1516), King of Castile (1474-1504); as Ferdinand II he was also King of Sicily (1468-1516) and of Aragón (1479-1516); as Ferdinand III, King of Naples (1504-1516).
In August Christopher Columbus, sponsored by Ferdinand and Isabella, set sail from the small Spanish seaport of Palos on his epoch-making voyage to America, which was the first step in the creation of the Spanish overseas colonial empire.
In 1469 Princess Isabella married Ferdinand of Aragón, known also as Ferdinand V, The Catholic, and on the death of her brother, Henry IV, Isabella and Ferdinand jointly succeeded (1474) to the throne of Castile and León.
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 Isabella   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
In 1469 she married Ferdinand V of Aragon, with whom she ruled jointly from 1479.
Isabella's marriage to Ferdinand of Aragon united Spain's two largest kingdoms and laid the foundation of the Spanish state.
With Ferdinand, she conquered Granada, the remaining territory of the Moors.
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 JOHAN II VAN ARAGON   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Johan II (29 juni 1397 te Medina del Campo - 19 januari 1479 te Barcelona) was van 1441 tot 1479 koning van Navarra en van 1458 tot 1479 koning van Aragon.
Hij was een zoon van Ferdinand I en in Aragon opvolger van zijn broer Alfons V.
Johan stierf in 1479 en werd opgevolgd door zijn zoon uit zijn tweede huwelijk Ferdinand II die door zijn huwelijk met Isabella van Kastilië al over dat land heerste.
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 Ferdinand_II_of_Aragon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
In November 1511 Ferdinand and Henry VIII of England signed the Treaty of Westminster, pledging mutual aid between the two against France.
Earlier that year, Ferdinand had conquered the southern half of the Kingdom of Navarre and annexed it to Spain.
Joanna's son, the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V, succeeded her on the throne of Castile and he also succeeded on the throne of Aragon when Ferdinand died in 1516.
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 WHKMLA : History of Aragon, 1479-1516
Aragon's heir apparent, Ferdinand, in 1469 went to Castile and married Castilian heir apparent, Isabel.
In 1504 Queen Isabel died, and King Ferdinand returned to Aragon, only to be recalled to Castile in 1506, because of the madness of his daughter Juana.
Ferdinand seems not to have intended the Castilian-Aragonese union to last, for he married again.
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 List of Spanish monarchs   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
These lineages were eventually united by the marriage of Ferdinand II of Aragon and Isabella I of Castile.
Ferdinand served as her regent during her insanity; though rebuffed by the Castilian nobility and replaced with Joanna's husband Philip I of Castile, he resumed his regency after Philip's death.
Joanna's son, the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V, succeeded her on the throne of Castile; and he also succeeded his grandfather Ferdinand on the Aragonese throne when Ferdinand died in 1516; thereafter the thrones were united.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Castile and Aragon
Ferdinand I, of Castile, united Castile and Leon, the latter having fallen to his wife upon the death of her brother, Bermudo III.
These topographical conditions made the soil of Aragon very fertile; the mountains are covered with great forests, and fruits grow abundantly, but, on account of the isolation of the mountains and the scarcity of water on some of the high table-lands, some regions are but thinly populated.
The Compromiso de Caspe placed the crown of Aragon on the head of an Infante of Castile, Ferdinand of Antequera (1412), and the marriage of Isabella, heiress of Henry IV of Castile, to Ferdinand, the heir of John II of Aragon, finally united these kingdoms and formed the beginning of the Spanish monarchy.
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