8 edition of Isabel, Ferdinand and fifteenth-century Spain found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 75-77) and index.
|Other titles||Isabel, Ferdinand and 15th-century Spain|
|Statement||by Kenny Mann.|
|Series||Rulers and their times|
|LC Classifications||DP162 .M32 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||80 p. :|
|Number of Pages||80|
|LC Control Number||00041450|
Ferdinand and Isabella initiated what is known as the “Spanish Inquisition”. To have much, if any, in the way of civil rights in Catholic Spain, one needed to be Catholic. At the time of the beginning of the inquisition, Spain was one of the most religiously diversified countries in all of Europe. Ferdinand and Isabella by Paul Stevens (Book) Isabel, Ferdinand and fifteenth-century Spain by Kenny Mann (Book) Historia regis Henrici Septimi, a Bernardo Andrea tholosate conscripta, necnon alia quædam ad eundem regem spectantia by James Gairdner (Book).
Note: Juana’s name is often Anglicized to Joanna or to Joan. I’m using the Spanish spelling. So, bear in mind that when you encounter mentions elsewhere of Joanna of Castile (e.g. on The Spanish Princess), it’s the same person.. Just to orient us all as to the time and place we’re looking at by way of other women written about on this site: Juana of Castile was the granddaughter of. The three books in this series (Castile for Isabella, Spain for the Sovereigns and Daughters of Spain) tell the romantic story of Isabella and Ferdinand whose joint reign was the foundation for the unification of Spain and the creation of Spain as a global force. The book focuses on Isabella, who comes across as an indefatigable woman trying to /5(55).
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Are you an author. Learn about Author Central 4/5(1). Isabel of Castile and Ferdinand of Aragon – known as the Catholic Monarchs – ruled Spain in the fifteenth/sixteenth century period that bridged the medieval era and the Renaissance.
Their reign is seen as one of the most significant periods of history both in Spain and in. Isabel, Ferdinand and Fifteenth Century Spain (Rulers and Their Times) by Kenny Mann () on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Isabel, Ferdinand and Fifteenth Century Spain (Rulers and Their Times) by Kenny Mann ()4/5(1).
Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index Marriage changes history -- One as much as the other: Isabel of Castile, the princess -- Ferdinand of Aragon, the prince -- Royal family -- Spanish inquisition -- New world -- End of an era -- Evaluating Isabel and Ferdinand -- Everyday lie in fifteenth-century Spain: Government -- Education -- Spanish conquistador -- Architecture and Pages: Isabel, Ferdinand and fifteenth-century Spain by Kenny Mann,Benchmark Books edition, in English.
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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.
Isabella was eighteen years old, while Ferdinand was 17 years old at the time of their marriage. Right from the start of their marriage. Isabella I (Spanish: Isabel I, 22 April – 26 November ) was Queen of Castile from and Queen consort of Aragon fromreigning over a dynastically unified Spain jointly with her husband Ferdinand la is considered the first Queen of Spain de facto, being described as such during her own lifetime, although Castile and Aragon de jure remained two different kingdoms.
Ferdinand & Isabella ordered the expulsion from Spain of all Moors and Jews.  Conversion to Catholicism was a way of avoiding expulsion, but between and hundreds of those who had converted (conversos and moriscos) were accused of secretly practising their original religion (crypto-Judaism) and arrested, imprisoned, interrogated under torture, and in many cases burned to death, in.
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Get this from a library. Isabel, Ferdinand and fifteenth century Spain. [Kenny Mann] -- From Alexander the Great to Queen Victoria their names fire the imagination with epic triumphs and influential reigns. The lives of their people forged and defined modern civilization.
Writings. Ferdinand II of Aragon's marriage to Isabella I of Castile produced many children, five of whom survived to adulthood. They arranged strategic political marriages for all of these children to powerful monarchs and well-connected women.
In time, many of their grandchildren became emperors and kings of various countries, and their first and second generation of descendants caused the.
Isabella and Ferdinand’s reign heralded in a golden age and marked the beginning of Spain’s modern history with the Reconquista, Christopher Columbus and the Inquisition. Their marriage on 19 October united Spain.
Isabella preferred Ferdinand as she turned down all other offers including the Duke of Gloucester (later Richard III). Books shelved as isabella-and-ferdinand-of-spain: The Queen's Vow: A Novel of Isabella of Castile by C.W.
Gortner, The Queen's Cross by Lawrence Schoonov. This book is about a couple, not a single, dominant ruler. Thus it raises issues of gender, and the dynamics of a marriage over thirty-five years, as well as the practice of monarchical power.
The reader sees Ferdinand and Isabella struggle to establish their regime, and then work out an elaborate reform programme in Church and State. It sees them fight a 'total war', by fifteenth-century. 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. Isabel, Ferdinand and fifteenth-century Spain by Kenny Mann, unknown edition, Donate Share this book.
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This book is about a couple, not a single, dominant ruler. Thus it raises issues of gender, and the dynamics of a marriage over thirty-five years, as well as the practice of monarchical power. The reader sees Ferdinand and Isabella struggle to establish their regime, and then work out an elaborate reform programme in Church and State.
It sees them fight a ‘total war’, by fifteenth-century. Ferdinand of Aragon marries Isabella of Castile in Valladolid, thus beginning a cooperative reign that would unite all the dominions of Spain and .Buy Isabel, Ferdinand and Fifteenth Century Spain by Kenny Mann online at Alibris.
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