union that lasted sixty years. It was also King of England and Ireland jure uxoris, by his marriage to Mary I, between 1554 and 1558.
Except for the Holy Roman Germanic Empire, whose crown was given to Ferdinand I of Habsburg, King and Emperor Charles V bequeathed all European and American possessions that formed the Spanish empire to his…
SRI AUROBINDO GHOSH
Dr.Samson R Victor
B.Ed Christ University
B.Ed. Christ university
Sri Aurobindo Ghose was born in Calcutta on 15 August 1827. He was a revolutionary, poet, philosopher, writer, and spiritual master. His entire thought and work were an endeavour to integrate all aspects of life based on the evolution of consciousness. He laid great stress on the spiritual penance, yoga…
3.1.2. The Portuguese Restoration War (1640-1668)
As Charles V married Isabella of Portugal, Portuguese was possessed by the Habsburgs through the political marriages which were traditionally implemented. Since his son, Philip II of Spain, also known as Philip the Prudent, both Spain and Portugal were considered harmonious, the usage of ‘’the Iberian Union’’ was common. However, when Philip IV of Spain began to overtax Portugal, Portuguese felt uncomfortable with the situation. In addition to…
Marie Antoinette was born on November 2,1755 in Vienna, Austria.Marie had a carefree childhood. She learned how to play many instruments for example the harpsichord ,spinet, clariehord and the harp.She had a poor education and had a lot of trouble concentrating.She was blamed for many things and was executed.Many things happened to her and her family during the french revolution.She also was the last queen of France.
She was sometimes neglected by her mother which hurt her.Marie received an…
Queen Elizabeth the First was born on September seventh of 1533 at Greenwich Palace. She was the daughter of King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, King Henry’s second wife. King Henry was disappointed that Elizabeth was born due to the fact that he wanted a son and already had a daughter, Mary. As a result Elizabeth had a misfortune childhood. Anne could not give the King a son so he had her executed. Henry's marriage to Anne was declared null and void and Elizabeth was declared illegitimate and…
commonly known as William the Conqueror, is one of these people. William did many things throughout his reign that may give people the difficult decision of whether or not to call him a hero or villain. Regardless, he did many things that shaped England as a whole and that are still able to be seen today. Although there are many actions that may depict William as a villain, he is mainly able to be seen as a hero due to the fact that he wrote the Domesday book, reorganized and strengthened the…
The kingdom of Berbania is ruled by the king, Don Fernando and his wife , Doña Valeriana. They have three sons, Prince Pedro, Prince Diego and Prince Juan.
The King’s favorite child is his youngest son, Prince Juan. He cared for him so much that when he had a dream about his favourite being betrayed and beaten, he grew very ill, and sadly no doctors in the entire kingdom had a cure. So King Fernando's illness worsened.
But as luck would have it, an old traveling doctor arrives at Berbania and…
I am Princess Mary of England, King Henry Vlll’s eldest daughter. I am also the daughter of Queen Catherine. I am nineteen years old, I was born in Placentia, London, United Kingdom, my nationality is English and I am of fairly average height and I have clear blue eyes and strawberry blonde hair, just like my father.
My mother Queen Catherine was once married to my father’s brother, but he had died and afterwards my mother married my father, King Henry VIII. The Catholic Church had…
the transition of power from King Richard II to King Henry IV. Through the acts, Richard is portrayed as a regal but wasteful king, caring more to things like fashion and friends as opposed to state issues. When Richard II begins to lease parcels of English land to fund one of his many wars, Henry (Bolingbroke), forms a rebellion to overtake Richard II’s court. Shakespeare uses several metaphors to project the despair of the common people of England under the rule of Richard II.
King Louis IX is a French King that reigned in the 13th century. He became king at a
very young age. Louis was raised by a very godly mother. He was a very kind-hearted king. His
actions were quite unexpected from a king. He was very Christian and his actions matched both
his personality and beliefs. King Louis IX’s life was fully dedicated to God, thus making him a
great king (Delmore).
Louis was born on April 25, 1215 in the castle of Poissy near Paris. He was crowned
king at age twelve,…