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    Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor's former in laws: Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor's former wife Isabella of Portugal's aunt in law was Catherine of Aragon Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor's former grandfather in law was King Ferdinand II of Spain Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor's former grandmother in law was Queen Isabella I of Castile Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor's former father in law was King Manuel I of Portugal Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor's former mother in law was Maria of Aragon, Queen of ...

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    Family tree. Name Place All. Help. Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor 1548 - Charles V by Titian. Birth: 24.2.1500 in Ghent, Flanders ... Ancestors of Charles V, Holy ...

  4. Charles V is credited with the first idea of constructing an American Isthmus canal in Panama as early as 1520.[24] Holy Roman Empire. After the death of his paternal grandfather, Maximilian, in 1519, he inherited the Habsburg Monarchy. He was also the natural candidate of the electors to succeed his grandfather as Holy Roman Emperor.

  5. Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor - Wikipedia

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    Charles V styled himself as Holy Roman Emperor after his election, according to a Papal dispensation conferred to the Habsburg family by Pope Julius II in 1508 and confirmed in 1519 to the prince-electors by the legates of Pope Leo X.

    • 28 June 1519 – 3 August 1556
    • Maximilian I
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    Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor's great grandparents: Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor's great grandfather was Juan II, Rey de Castilla y Leon Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor's great grandmother was Isabel de Aviz Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor's great great grandfather was Joao De Aviz, Duque de Beja Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor's great great grandmother was Isabel de Braganca Charles V, Holy Roman ...

  7. Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor | Reign Wiki | Fandom

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    Charles was born as the eldest son of Philip the Handsome and Joanna the Mad in the Flemish city of Ghent in 1500. The culture and courtly life were an important influence in his early life. He was tutored by William de Croÿ (who would later become his first prime minister), and also by Adrian of Utrecht (later Pope Adrian VI). It is said that Charles spoke several languages: he was fluent in French, and Flemish, later adding an acceptable Spanish which was required for becoming King of Castile. He also had a decent command of German, though he did not speak it as well as French. A witticism sometimes attributed to Charles is: "I speak Spanish to God, Italian to women, French to men and German to my horse." But this quote has many variants and is often attributed instead to Frederick the Great. From his Burgundian ancestors he inherited an ambiguous relationship with the Kings of France. Charles shared with France his mother tongue and many cultural forms. In his youth he made frequ...

    In the Castilian Cortes of Valladolid of 1506, and of Madrid of 1510 he was sworn as prince of Asturias, heir-apparent to his mother the Queen Joanna. Wwith the death of his grandfather, King Ferdinand II of Aragon on 23 January 1516, his mother Joanna inherited the Crown of Aragon, which consisted of Aragon, Catalonia, Valencia, Naples, Sicily and Sardinia; while Charles became Governor General. Nevertheless, the Flemings wished Charles to assume the royal title, and this was supported by his grandfather the emperor Maximilian I and the Pope Leo X. Due to the irregularity of Charles assuming the royal title while his mother, the legitimate Queen, was alive, the negotiations with the Castilian Cortes in Valladolid proved difficult, and in the end Charles was accepted under the following conditions: ** he would learn to speak Castilian 1. 1.1. he would not appoint foreigners 1.2. he was prohibited from taking precious metals from Castile 1.3. and he would respect the rights of his mo...

    The Crown of Aragon inherited by Charles included the Kingdom of Naples, the Kingdom of Sicily and the Kingdom of Sardinia. Charles succeeded in re-capturing Milan in 1522 when Imperial troops defeated the Franco-Swiss army at Bicocca. Yet in 1524 King Francis I of France retook the initiative, crossing into Lombardy where Milan, fell to his attack. Pavia alone held out and it was here on 24 February 1525 (Charles's 25th birthday), Charles's Imperial forces captured Francis and crushed his army. Spain successfully held on to all of its Italian territories.

    After the death of his paternal grandfather in 1519, he inherited the Habsburg Monarchy. He was also the natural candidate to succeed his grandfather as Holy Roman Emperor. He defeated the candidacies of King Francis I of France, and Henry VIII of England, amung others. In 1530, he was crowned Holy Roman Emperor by Pope Clement VIIin Bologna, the last emperor to receive a papal coronation. Despite holding the imperial throne, Charles's real authority was limited by the German princes. They gained a strong foothold in the Empire's territories, and Charles was determined not to let this happen in the Netherlands. In 1550, the death penalty was introduced for all cases of unrepentant heresy. Charles abdicated as emperor in 1556 in favor of his brother Ferdinand; however, due to lengthy debate and bureaucratic procedure, the Imperial Diet did not accept the abdication until 24 February 1558. Up to that date, Charles continued to use the title of emperor.

    Much of Charles's reign was taken up by conflicts with France, which found itself encircled by Charles's empire while it still maintained ambitions in Italy. In 1520, Charles visited England, where his aunt, Catherine of Aragon, urged her husband, Henry VIII, to ally himself with the emperor. In 1508 Charles was nominated by Henry to the Order of the Garter.His Garter stall plate survives in Saint George's Chapel. The first war with Charles's great nemesis King Francis I of France began in 1521. Charles allied with England and Pope Leo X against the French and the Venetians, and was highly successful, driving the French out of Milan and defeating and capturing King Francis I at the Battle of Pavia in 1525. To gain his freedom, the French king was forced to cede Burgundy to Charles in the Treaty of Madrid, as well as renouncing his of support of Henry II'sclaim over Navarre. When he was released, however, Francis had the Parliament of Paris denounce the treaty because it had been sig...

    Charles abdicated the parts of his empire piecemeal. First he abdicated the thrones of Sicily, Naples, and the Duchy of Milan to his son King Philipin 1554. The most famous—and public—abdication of Charles took place a year later, on 25 October 1555, when he announced to the States General of the Netherlands his abdication of those territories and the county of Charolais and his intention to retire to a monastery. He abdicated from his Spanish Empire in January 1556, with no fanfare, and gave it to Philip. Charles retired to the monastery of Yuste in Extremadura, but continued to correspond widely and kept an interest in the situation of the empire. He suffered from severe gout. Some scholars think Charles decided to abdicate after a gout attack in 1552 forced him to postpone an attempt to recapture the city of Metz, where he was later defeated. He lived alone in a secluded monastery, with clocks lining every wall, which some historians believe were symbols of his reign and his lack...

    A young King Henry II and his older brother Duke Franciswere traded by their father as hostages to Spain's King Charles in 1525 for 3 years, and were released when Henry was about 10 years old.
    Had 6 children, and 5 of them made it to adulthood.
    Charles spoke several languages: French, Flemish, and Spanish.
    Went to war against King Francis I and King Henry VIII of England in 1521, in The Italian Warsfor 4 years.
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  9. Charles Castile - Historical records and family trees ...

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    Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor, 1500 - 1558Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor 1500 1558. Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor was born on month day 1500, at birth place, to Philip I of Castile and Joanna of Castile. Philip was born on July 22 1478, in Bruges. Joanna was born on November 6 1479, in Toledo.

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