"the Catholic", 1452–1516, founder of the Spanish monarchy 1506: king of Sicily 1468–1516, king of Aragon 1479–1516; as Ferdinand III , king of Naples 1504–16; as Ferdinand V , joint sovereign (with Isabella I) of Castile 1474–1504.
1578–1637, king of Bohemia 1617–19, 1620–37; king of Hungary 1619?–37; emperor of the Holy Roman Empire 1620–37.
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How to use Ferdinand II in a sentence
Before the end of the year 1625, and within three months after Ferdinand II.A History of Germany | Bayard Taylor
After some delay he made a treaty with the emperor Ferdinand II.
After the issue of the edict of 302 restitution by the emperor Ferdinand II.
In 1781 the severe edict of Ferdinand II was repealed, and a censorship established upon more reasonable principles.Historical View of the Languages and Literature of the Slavic Nations | Therese Albertine Louise von Jacob Robinson
The explanation of this apparent contradiction is that Ferdinand II.The Revolutionary Movement of 1848-9 in Italy, Austria-Hungary, and Germany | C. Edmund (Charles Edmund) Maurice
British Dictionary definitions for Ferdinand II
1578–1637, Holy Roman Emperor (1619–37); king of Bohemia (1617–19; 1620–37) and of Hungary (1617–37). His anti-Protestant policies led to the Thirty Years' War
title as king of Aragon and Sicily of Ferdinand V
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