Ferdinand Columbus was also a large-scale collector of old master prints and popular prints. More remarkable than the size of his collection, though at some 3,200 prints it is large, is the catalogue with meticulous descriptions that he had his secretaries make.
Columbus was born in Córdoba, Spain, and spent his early...
As an adult, Columbus was known as a scholar. He had a...
- Print collection
Ferdinand Columbus was also a large-scale collector of old...
Columbus waited at King Ferdinand's camp until Ferdinand and Isabella conquered Granada, the last Muslim stronghold on the Iberian Peninsula, in January 1492. A council led by Isabella's confessor, Hernando de Talavera , found Columbus's proposal to reach the Indies implausible.
Ferdinand Columbus (Spanish: Fernando Colón also Hernando, Portuguese: Fernando Colombo, Italian: Fernando Colombo; 15 August? 1488–1539) was a Spanish bibliographer and cosmographer, the second son of Christopher Columbus. His mother was Beatriz Enriquez de Arana, whom his father never married, but who was Columbus' constant companion in later life.
Ferdinand Columbus (Córdoba, vermoedelijk 15 augustus 1488 - 1539) was een Spaanse bibliograaf, kosmograaf en de tweede zoon van Christoffel Columbus.Zijn moeder was Beatriz Enriquez de Arana die nooit met Columbus was getrouwd, maar wel met hem heeft samengewoond.
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Columbus waited at King Ferdinand's camp until January 1492, when Ferdinand and Isabella conquered Granada, the last Muslim stronghold on the Iberian Peninsula. A council led by Isabella's confessor, Hernando de Talavera , found Columbus's proposal to reach the Indies implausible.
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Benjamin Keen, interpr., The Life of the Admiral Christopher Columbus by his Son Ferdinand. 2a ed. (Novi Brunsvici: Rutgers University Press, 1992) pp. vii-xvi; Antonio Rumeu de Armas, Hernando Colón y su época. Hispali: Real Academia Sevillana de Buenas Letras, 1991; John Boyd Thacher, Christopher Columbus: his life, his work, his remains (3 ...
Ferdinand had a role in inaugurating the first European encounters in the future Americas, since he and Isabella sponsored the first voyage of Christopher Columbus (1451–1506), in 1492. That year was the final victory in the war with Granada which defeated the last Muslim state in Iberia and all of Western Europe .
Ferdinand, or Fernando, was the second son of Christopher, by Doña Beatriz Enriquez, a lady of a noble family of Cordova in Spain. Fernando was born at Cordova, 15 August, 1488; died at Seville, 12 July 1539.He was more gifted than his half-brother Diego, he was a favourite with his father, whom he accompanied on the last voyage.
When Columbus left for his first expedition to the New World, the two children, Diego and Ferdinand, were turned over to Beatriz to bring up. The care she gave them was noted and praised by Queen Isabella. Some historians think that the award money intended for the look-out man that would be the first to spot land went instead to Columbus's ...
A raportat direct regelui Ferdinand și reginei Isabela care au înlăturat orice critică la adresa lui Columb. Suveranii au promis că vor trimite o nouă flotă, dar pentru că le-a scăzut entuziasmul din cauza neproductivității coloniilor, a durat aproape doi ani până când au fost trimise opt nave .