During the 1500s, Spain expanded its colonial empire to the Philippines in the Far East and to areas in the Americas that later became the United States. The Spanish dreamed of mountains of gold and silver and imagined converting thousands of eager Indians to Catholicism.
A partial list of such cities, besides the early island ones, includes Vera Cruz, New Spain; Panama, Cartagena, and Guayaquil, in New Granada (in modern Panama, Colombia, and Ecuador, respectively); Lima, Peru; and all those of what are now Chile, Paraguay, Argentina, and Uruguay.
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Charles I and Philip II. Charles, elder son of Juana, and grandson of Isabella and Ferdinand, was born in the year 1500, at Ghent, and all his life held an affection for the people of his native land, which the Spaniards never shared. Still, he was virtually King of Spain at the death of his grandfather Ferdinand, and his mother, owing to her ...
Nov 21, 2019 · 6. I asked this in the Spanish StackExchange and they send me here. One very well known emperor of the Holy Roman Empire (HRE) is known as Charles V (or in Spanish: Carlos V ), but it is also known as Charles I of Spain (Spanish: Carlos I de España ). I think I get why he has two titles, but if somebody were to speak in short form what would ...
absolute monarch. King or queen with complete control. divine right. Idea that a ruler receives the right to rule from God. Who was Philip II? philipip II was the son of the Holy roman emperor charles the 5th he took control of portugal when the king of portugal died who was his uncle.