King Ferdinand

Ferdinand II called the Catholic (Spanish: el Católico), was King of Aragon from until his death. In , he married Infanta Isabella, the future queen of. King Ferdinand may refer to: Ferdinand I of Aragon (–); Ferdinand II of Aragon (–), also Ferdinand V of Castile and Leon, Ferdinand the.

QUEEN ISABELLA I OF CASTILE AND KING FERDINAND II OF ARAGON

Ferdinand II called the Catholic (Spanish: el Católico), was King of Aragon . In it she spelled out the succession to the crown of Castile, leaving ruled by Queen Catherine of Navarre and King John III of Navarre. Isabella I (Spanish: Isabel, 22 April – 26 November ) reigned as Queen of Castile from until her death. Her marriage to Ferdinand II of Aragon in became the basis for the de to the throne as King Henry IV of Castile. Isabella and her brother Alfonso were left in King Henry's care. She, her mother, and.

KING FERDINAND AND QUEEN ISABELLA FACTS

King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella were the first monarchs to rule a united Spain. They are remembered for sponsoring Christopher Columbus' voyage across. He united the Spanish kingdoms into the nation of Spain and began Spain’s entry into the modern period of imperial expansion. Ferdinand was the son of John II of Aragon and Juana Enríquez, both of Castilian origin. Who was King Ferdinand II?.

GERMAINE OF FOIX

Germaine of Foix was queen consort of Aragon as the second wife of Ferdinand II of Aragon, whom she married in after the death of his first wife, Isabella I. Germaine of Foix was born circa to John of Foix, Viscount of Narbonne and Marie of Orléans. Germaine married Ferdinand II of Aragon.

KING FERDINAND VII

Ferdinand VII (Spanish: Fernando; 14 October – 29 September ) was twice King of Spain: in and again from to his death. He was known to . Ferdinand VII, byname Ferdinand the Desired, Spanish Fernando el Deseado, (born October 14, , El Escorial, Spain—died September 29, , Madrid), king of Spain in and from to Between and , during the Napoleonic Wars, Ferdinand was imprisoned in France.

KING FERDINAND AND QUEEN ISABELLA COLUMBUS

The return of Christopher Columbus; his audience before King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella. Just three. When Columbus arrived back in Spain on March 15, , he immediately wrote a letter announcing his discoveries to King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella, who.