King Ferdinand love

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  • The cathedral was ordered built by King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella after they recaptured the city from the Moors in 1492.

    Michelle Obama's Granada Visit: Ice Cream, Cathedrals And Flamenco (PHOTOS)

  • Columbus wrote to his patrons, King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella of Spain, that the natives were gentle and meek, knowing no evil and possessing no weapons.

    The Legacy Of Rousseau

  • In this regard the present Chief of the Romanian Royal Family is applying the old principles wished by King Ferdinand and Queen Marie of Romania who never agreed to the unconstitutional marriage of Prince Carol with Ioana Lambrino Zizi.

    Romanian Dynasty Today: Line of Succession « Diana Mandache's Weblog

  • In early summer of 1517, as Archduke Charles prepared to travel to Spain and take possession of Spain as successor to his grandfather King Ferdinand, Erasmus decided not to accompany the large delegation of officials from the Netherlands who would go with the ruler.

    Desiderius Erasmus

  • When that great Gonsalva was upon some displeasure confined by King Ferdinand to the city of Loxa in Andalusia, the only, comfort (saith [3289] Jovius) he had to ease his melancholy thoughts, was to hear news, and to listen after those ordinary occurrences which were brought him cum primis, by letters or otherwise out of the remotest parts of Europe.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • The eldest, the present Duke de Soria, has just had all his property, titles, and dignities confiscated by King Ferdinand, who in this way avenges a long-standing feud.

    Letters of Two Brides

  • Columbus took care in his negotiations with King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella to reserve 10% of all profits for himself.

    THE LEGACY OF COLUMBUS

  • It was not long after this that Alhamar was called upon, for his military services, to aid King Ferdinand in his famous siege of

    The Alhambra

  • This grand testimonial of respect was repeated by the Moslem monarch during the remainder of his life on each anniversary of the death of King Ferdinand el Santo, when the hundred Moorish knights repaired from Granada to Seville, and took their stations with lighted tapers in the centre of the sumptuous cathedral round the cenotaph of the illustrious deceased.

    The Alhambra

  • (Fleshing out the thesis in this way depends, one must concede, on ignoring the fact that the historical Boabdil was a timorous and indecisive man, dominated by his mother and duped by King Ferdinand of Spain.)

    Palimpsest Regained

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