In the 16th century, Archduke Ferdinand II
was considered a bit of a hoarder, but his obsessions helped him to create one of the world's first museums.
It is home to Europe's oldest collection of arts, armouries and books, compiled by the Archduke of Austria, Ferdinand II
The palace itself was originally created by King Ferdinand II
and is arguably considered one of the greatest constructions of 19th-century romanticism in Portugal, with wonderful architecture and a magnificent interior.
1," also part of the series on Jaki Byard, which links the pianist with Ferdinand II
of Aragon: "like maroon speed and iberian note blacking on the loosaphone, when ferdinand was thinking // of expansion, wondering where the surplus would come from, wondering what the surplus was, wary as all his // cups began to fade, the theory of itinerant note blacking and line worrying was celebrating a thousand years of / bursting from the writing of its practice like a star.
That confidence began earlier with the rescue of Ferdinand II
by mounted cuirassiers in 1619, Bassett argues, and continued uninterrupted until 1918.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Few were aware in 1618 when Ferdinand II
, in his role as king of Bohemia, attempted to impose Roman Catholic absolutism on his domains that Europe would change forever.
Christoph Kampfmann's chapter on the three emperors who reigned during the War (Matthias, 1612-19; Ferdinand II
, 1619-37; Ferdinand III, 1637-57) points out that of these three only Ferdinand II
has attracted a good deal of attention from historians, divided, until recent decades, between Protestant scholars extremely critical of an emperor said to have been too close to the Jesuits, and Catholic scholars laudatory of him.
Design, manufacture, supply, installation and removal of the temporary exhibition Ferdinand II
of Aragon, the king opened imagined Spain and Europe, held in the AlfajerE[degrees]a Palace of Zaragoza.
In April 1492, Ferdinand II
of Aragon and Queen Isabella I of Castile, after ending Muslims' rule in Spain, despatched Christopher Columbus on a sea voyage that culminated on discovery of American continent.
In 17th-century Europe, a local religious uprising by Bohemian Protestants against the Catholic Habsburg Emperor Ferdinand II
triggered that era's conflagration.
In 1512, King Ferdinand II
issued the original Laws of Burgos, which were intended to regulate the treatment of indigenous people on Hispaniola by Spanish settlers.
On the 9th of July 1628, the Grand Embassy of Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand II
, led by Kuefstein, departed from Vienna to Istanbul to the court of the Ottoman Sultan Murad IV.