Ferdinand III


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Ferdinand III

1608-1657.
Holy Roman emperor (1637-1657) and king of Hungary (1626-1657) and Bohemia (1627-1657). He signed the Peace of Westphalia (1648), thus ending the Thirty Years' War.

Ferdinand III

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1. (Biography) 1608–57, Holy Roman Emperor (1637–57) and king of Hungary (1625–57); son of Ferdinand II
2. (Biography) title as king of Naples of Ferdinand V
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Once a minaret, the Giralda was converted into a bell tower of the Seville Cathedral in 1248, when the city was conquered by Ferdinand III.
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By 1236, the Castilian king Ferdinand III had taken Cordoba - thus the dreadful cathedral inside the splendid mosque - and the writing was on the wall for Granada.
The Infante Maria, later to become the wife of Ferdinand III of Austria, was painted as a tiny baby wearing a belt from which dangled several amulets including a badger's paw, a bird's claw and a pomander of the finest workmanship.
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This demonstration took place before the eyes of Ferdinand III (1608-1657), who became Holy Roman Emperor in 1637.