PHILIP II OF SPAIN

TIME-LINE AND ADDITIONAL FACTS ON PHILIP THE II OF SPAIN, KING CONSORT TO QUEEN MARY THE 1ST OF ENGLAND.  CONSORT OF ENGLAND FOR FOUR YEARS, KING OF SPAIN FOR FORTY TWO YEARS

TIME -LINE OF KING PHILIP OF SPAIN

1527
  • 21ST MAY Philip is born the son of Charles V of the Holy Roman Empire and his wife, Infanta Isabella of Portugal
  • Philip is given the title prince of Girona
1528
  • Philip received the oath of allegiance as heir to the crown from the Cortes of castile. at ii months old.
  • Philip given the title prince of Asturias
  • 21ST JUNE sister archduchess Maria of Austria born.
1531
  • 24TH JUNE Philip is invested: knight of the golden fleece
1535
  • Philip’s sister Joanna of Austria born.
1539
  • Philip’s mother Isabella of Portugal died, his father took this badly and dressed in black for the rest of his life.
1540
  • 11TH OCTOBER Philip’s made the duke of Milan
1541
  • Antonio Pérez, becomes Philips secretary
1542
  • Philip was present at the siege of Perpignan
1543
  • 12TH NOVEMBER Philip married his first wife Dona Maria Manuela his cousin at Salamanc
1545
  • 8TH JULY Philips son Carlos, prince of Asturias, born at Valladolid, Spain
  • 12TH JULY Philips first wife Dona Maria Manuela died due to a hemorrhage
1548
  • 15TH SEPTEMBER Philips sister archduchess Maria of Austria marries Maximillian ii, holy roman emperor
1554
  • APRIL An act of parliament sanctioning his marriage with Mary, is passed.
  • 23RD JULY Philip meets Mary I England
  • 25TH JULY Charles V abdicated the throne of Naples to Philip
  • Philip married Mary I England at Winchester cathedral king of England and Ireland his father’s cousin .and sister Joanna of Austria regent for him in Spain between 1554-56
 
1555
  • 25TH OCTOBER:  Philip is given the title of lord of the Netherlands
1556
  • 16TH January  Philip is King Of Spain, Aragon and the title grand master of the order of Calatrava, Alcantara, Santiago, Montesa:
  • Philip declare war in the papal states
  • Philip signed the Treaty Of Vaucelles with Henry II of France I
1558
  • 21ST SEPTEMBER Philips father Charles V died
  • 17TH NOVEMBER Philips wife Mary I England died, and he is now no longer king of England.
1559
  • Philip declare war in the papal states
  • Philips married his third wife Elisabeth of Valois, the Philip’s eldest daughter of Henry II of France and Catherine De' Medici
1560
  • Philip organized a holy league between Spain and the republic of Venice
1566
  • 12TH AUGUST birth of Philips daughter Isabella Clara Eugenia.
1567
  • 10TH OCTOBER Philips daughter Catherine Michelle of Spain is born
1568
  • 17TH JANUARY Philip II, in Armour, and with four Councillors, entered don Carlos' bedchamber where they declared his arrest, seized his papers and weapons, and nailed up the windows. Carlos remained in solitary confinement at the Alcázar of Madrid until his death
  • 24TH JULY Philips son,  Carlos, prince of Asturias, died.
  • revolt of the Netherlands
  • 3RD OCTOBER Elisabeth of Valois Philips  3rd wife died, after a miscarriage.
1570
  • Philip married his fourth wife Anna of Austria
1571
  • 4TH DECEMBER Philips son Ferdinand of Austria, Infante Of Spain, prince of Asturias born
1575
  • 15TH AUGUST  Philips on Diego Félix of Austria, prince of Asturias and Portugal
1578
  • 14TH APRIL: Philips son Philip is born (future Philip II Spain)
  • 18TH OCTOBER: Philips son Ferdinand of Austria, Infante of Spain, prince of Asturia died of dysentery.
1580
  • 26th October Philip’s fourth wife Anna of Austria died, of heart failure.
1581
  • 16TH APRIL: Philip is crowned Philip I of Portugal and the Algarve’s
  • 26TH JULY: The Act of abjuration: was the declaration of independence by many of the provinces of the Netherlands from Spain in 1581, during the Dutch revolt
1582
  • 21ST NOVEMBER Philip’s son Diego Felix of Austria, prince of Asturias and Portugal died he contracted smallpox
1583
  • 2ND AUGUST: Philip’s conquest of the Azores
1584
  • Philip’s daughter Catherine Michelle of Spain married Charles Emmanuel I, duke of savoy
1587
  • 8TH MAY Philip’s grandson victor Amadeus I born to his daughter Catherine Michelle
1588
  • 16TH APRIL: Philip’s grandson Emanuel filbert of savoy, son of his daughter Catherine Michelle
  • JULY - AUGUST The Spanish Armada
1589
  • 28TH APRIL  Philip’s granddaughter Margaret of savoy born to daughter Catherine Michelle
1591
  • 11TH MARCH Philip’s granddaughter Isabella of savoy born to daughter Catherine Michelle
1593
  • 10TH JANUARY Philip’s grandson Maurice of savoy born to daughter Catherine Michelle
1596
  • 21ST DECEMBER Philip’s grandson Thomas Francis of savoy born to daughter Catherine Michelle
1598
  • 2ND MAY  the Peace Or Treaty of Vervins was signed between the representatives of Henry IV of France and Philip II of Spain,
  • 13TH September Philip II died in el Escorial, near Madrid,  of cancer
ADDITIONAL FACTS ON PHILIP THE II OF SPAIN
  • King Philip II of Spain for forty-two years
 
  • Philip was King of Portugal and the Algarve’s for seventeen and King consort of England and Ireland for four years.
 
  • Philip was the husband of Mary 1st England.
 
  • Philip was raised in the royal court of Castile under the care of his mother and one of her Portuguese ladies, Philip was from the house of Habsburg.
 
  • Juan de Zúñiga, a Castilian nobleman who served as the commentator mayor of Castile. Gave Philip his martial, training.
 
 
  • Philip is also Known in Spain as "Felipe el Prudente" ('"Philip the Prudent'"), his empire included territories on every continent then known to Europeans, including his namesake the Philippine Island
 
  • Spanish culture flourished during Philip's reign, beginning the "Spanish Golden Age", creating a lasting legacy in literature, music, and the visual arts
 
 
  • Philip had no wish to sever his tie with England, and had sent a proposal of marriage Elizabeth once his wife Mary the 1st of England died. However, Elizabeth delayed in answering and in that time learned Philip was also considering a Valois alliance.
 
  • The execution of Mary Queen of Scots in 1587, ended Philip's hopes of placing a Catholic on the English throne. He turned instead to more direct plans, to invade England and return the country to Catholicism. In 1588 he sent a fleet, the Spanish Armada. Philip lost to the English in this battle. (The Spanish lost five ships whilst the English lost none), but the Spanish were forced into a retreat and the overwhelming majority of the Armada was destroyed by the harsh weather.

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