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Christoph Amberger - Holy Roman emperor Charles V [1532] by petrus.agricola, via Flickr

Christoph Amberger - Holy Roman emperor Charles V [1532] by petrus.agricola, via Flickr

Portrait of Charles VI,Holy Roman Emperor by Francesco Solimena,c. 1707

Portrait of Charles VI,Holy Roman Emperor by Francesco Solimena,c. 1707

Carlos I de España - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

Carlos I de España - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

Portrait of William of Orange, b.1533, Dillenburg , Germany - d. July 10, 1584 , Delft , Netherlands

Portrait of William of Orange, b.1533, Dillenburg , Germany - d. July 10, 1584 , Delft , Netherlands

1519 Conquista

1519 Conquista

Charles V, grandson of Ferdinand and Isabella, inherited the crown of Spain. However, he also inherited the heir of the Hapsburg empire, which included the Holy Roman Empire and the Netherlands. He controlled both empires under constant warfare since he was trying to suppress the Protestant movement and also had to face the Ottoman forces. Charles V, ended up giving his titles and entered a monastery.

Charles V, grandson of Ferdinand and Isabella, inherited the crown of Spain. However, he also inherited the heir of the Hapsburg empire, which included the Holy Roman Empire and the Netherlands. He controlled both empires under constant warfare since he was trying to suppress the Protestant movement and also had to face the Ottoman forces. Charles V, ended up giving his titles and entered a monastery.

Juan De Flandes, Catharina van Aragon

Juan De Flandes, Catharina van Aragon

Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor. What a thorn in the side this man was to Henry VIII.

Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor. What a thorn in the side this man was to Henry VIII.

CatalinaMicaelaSpainSavoy-----Los Habsburgo debían recoger estos derechos, tras los cuales estaba la Casa de Saboya que recibía también su candidatura a través de una mujer, la tía de Felipe IV, la infanta Catalina Micaela, hija de Felipe II que se había casado con el duque Carlos Manuel I de Saboya

CatalinaMicaelaSpainSavoy-----Los Habsburgo debían recoger estos derechos, tras los cuales estaba la Casa de Saboya que recibía también su candidatura a través de una mujer, la tía de Felipe IV, la infanta Catalina Micaela, hija de Felipe II que se había casado con el duque Carlos Manuel I de Saboya

Juana with two of her children, one of whom is Charles I of Spain, and Holy Roman Emperor Charles V.

Juana with two of her children, one of whom is Charles I of Spain, and Holy Roman Emperor Charles V.

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