The formation of the Spanish Empire begins with the death of Isabella I in 1504. Her death played an influential role in Castile. Ferdinand II saw her death as an opportunity to expand his land, but was not able to. The Cortes Generales instead chose to crown Juana. However, in 1506, Juana’s husband, Philip I of Habsburg, was crowned King through jure uxoris.
Henry then broke away with the Catholic Church and the Church of England was established. “Henry has five wives after Catherine of Aragon, they were Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymour, Anne of Cleve, Catherine Howard, and Catherine Parr” (Kinsella 225). Jane Seymour bore King Henry VIII’s only son, Edward VI. Anne Boleyn gave birth to Elizabeth I in 1533, two years before she was executed. After King Henry VIII’s death in 1547, Edward VI who supported Protestants then succeeded the throne and ruled England for six years before his death.
She did try to gain Catholic’s support as well but by the end of her reign, Catholicism was against the law. Being a priest was even considered a crime that led to many accusations of treason. It was under Elizabeth’s rule that Protestantism was able to
Lady Jane Grey was sadly only Queen of England for nine days as a result of the heavy revolts from the supporters of Lady Mary, the rightful heir to the throne. Mary I became the first true Queen of England, and began her task to restore England to Roman Catholicism, as she was a fanatical one herself. She restored the laws to burn heretics. This allowed many Protestants to be burned during her reign, because Catholics that burning “cleansed the soul”, which was the reason why she would later be known as “Bloody
Back ground of Julius Caesar Its estimated that Julius Caesar was born in Rome on July 12 or 13 100 BC. When Caesar was 16 years old his father Gaius Caesar died, he was now the head of the family and he remained close to his mother. Aurelia and decided to make an effect to side with the country nobility. In 84 BC Caesar married his first wife Cornelia, the daughter of a nobleman.
She was very well-educated (fluent in six languages) and she is known for her intelligence, shrewdness and determination. Her 45-year reign is one of the most glorious. She lay down in the 39 Articles of 1563, a compromise between Roman Catholicism and Protestantism. She is criticized as autocratic and capricious but she was also appreciated for her astute political judgment and chose her ministers well. Arts flourished at her kingdom- the first performance of Shakespeare’s ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ took place then.
His father’s father is Zeruga and his mothers father was Jesse. There is no recollection of his great grandfather but many grandfathers down it truly comes down to Adam. Jeroboam’s wife was Karamat and his sons were Shilhi and Nabad. During the time of Jeroboam’s life span the different prophet, religious leader, or philosopher was Ahijah, Iddo, and Shemaiah. Jeroboam is mentioned in 1st and 2nd Kings, 1st and 2nd Cronicles, Amos, Hosea 1:1.
Hatshepsut was considered to be the first importance woman who ruled long-term over Egypt as a king in ancient Egypt .She belonged to the 18th dynasty of pharaohs. Evenmore remahkably, Hatshepsut achieved her power without bloodshed or social trauma. The name of her meant “the foremost of women”.(Ellen 8 ).Likes her name, she would not only become” the foremost of women” but the foremost of all people in the kingdom for 22 years.
Their names were John Wesley, Matilda, Rebecca, Robert, Margaret, and William. They lived in Limestone together. Crockett fell in love with John Canady 's niece Amy Summer, who was unavailable to him due to her engagement to Canady 's son Robert. While serving as part of the wedding party, he met Margaret Elder. When David was 12 years old, his father
On the 6th of April 1199, Richard I, also known as Richard Lionheart for his exceptional leadership skills and his cunning as a military leader, passed away in the arms of his mother from a gangrenous wound inflicted by an arrow from a crossbow. Richard I was born the son of Henry II of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine on the 8th of September 1157 in Beaumont palace in Oxford, England. He was one of 8 children and his legitimate siblings were William, young Henry, Matilda, Geoffrey, Eleanor, Joan and John. Richard was Duke of Normandy, Duke of Aquitaine, Duke of Gascony, Lord of Cyprus, count of Poitiers, count of Anjou, count of Maine, count of Nantes, and Overlord of Brittany and he ruled England from 1189 until his death 10 years later.
Hatshepsut was Thutmose I’s eldest daughter Some people believe that Mutnofret was the daughter of Ahmosel. When Hatshepsut’s father died, in 1493 BC, the throne was passed down to her half brother Thutmose II. In Egypt it wasn’t odd for royalty to marry their family members or siblings. Thutmose II and Hatshepsut ended up having a daughter named Neferure, but the male heir was an infant that a concubine named Isis. A concubine is pretty much like a mistress.
The kingdom of Aragon lays to the east. Juans village had once been in the kingdom of Leon, but it became part of the castle. The Ponce de Leon family was not wealthy but it was noble Juans one relative went by the name of Alfanso, and he was the king of Leon in the 1100s. Boys born into noble families had to learn to be knights. He was sent by his parents to live with a nobleman named Don Pedro Nuñez de Guzman, in Toral.
Birth: 1122 or 1124 CE (exact date is unknown), but some accounts record her family listing her as 15 in the Spring of 1137 CE ,and some other accounts record her 14th birthday to be in 1136 CE. Her place of birth place was Poitiers, Western France. Death: 31 March, 1204, when she was just 82 years of age, and surprisingly, she died at her place of birth, in Poitiers in Western France.
Dhuoda lived in the age after Charlemagne, when his son Louis the Pious’s three successors split up his kingdom into three pieces. It was an age of civil war and military strife. Dhuoda was the wife of a Carolingian Duke named Bernard, and the mother of two boys: William, the oldest, for whom she writes her "Liber Manualis," or "Manual," and Bernard II. She began her manual in November of 841, and completed it in February of 843, while living in separation of her husband and sons.
Jane Long had a rough start of life but a great ending that changed the history of Texas for good. Jane Long was born on July 23, 1798 as the tenth child of her big family. Jane’s father, Capt. William Mackall, fought in the revolutionary war before she was born but died in 1799. In 1811 her mother, Ann Herbert Wilkinson, moved their family to Mississippi but died soon after in 1812 making Jane an orphan at age 14.