He is baptized on March 7 in the Cathedral of Saint Bavo
Feb 24, 1500
He is bon in Flandes, on the 24th of February. His parents are Juana I de Castilla and Felipe I de Castilla
Parents leave Spain
His parents Felipe and Juana leave for Spain, staying in the care of Margarita de York
Jan 24, 1501
Before he was one year old, Felipe appointed Charles Duke of Luxembourg and Knight of the Burgundian Order of the Golden Fleece
Claim crown of Castilla
Felipe and Juana leave for Spain again to claim the crown of Castile after the death of Isabel la Católica. That same year, Felipe died prematurely and Juana, considered a prey to madness, was locked up in a convent in Tordesillas by her father Fernando.
Lord of the Netherlands
Carlos's coming of age is declared, being named Lord of the Netherlands, ending the regency of Margarita.
In April, Cardinal Cisneros communicates the royal titling by Castile
States of Navarre
In May, the estates of the Kingdom of Navarre swear allegiance to Carlos
Jan 22, 1516
Appointed by grandfather
On January 22, he is appointed by his grandfather, Fernando II of Aragon, governor and administrator of the Kingdoms of Castilla y León, on behalf of Juana I (incapacitated) and the Crown of Aragon
Jan 23, 1516
Death King Ferdinand
On January 23, King Ferdinand II dies
Period: Mar 13, 1516 to Jan 16, 1556
Reign of Carlos I
Mar 21, 1516
Council of Castile
On March 21, Carlos sends a letter to the Council of Castile informing him of his decision to appoint himself King.
Charles I is proclaimed at the Court of Brussels
Once appointed, he associated his former teacher Adriano with the regency of Cisneros and sent him to
Feb 9, 1518
Cortes of Castile
On February 9, the Cortes of Castile swears Carlos as king together with his mother Juana.
Period: 1519 to 1523
conflict of the Germanías
In Aragon the conflict of the Germanías occurs
Apr 16, 1519
Cortes of Aragon
On April 16 he swears in the Cortes of Aragon with Juana
Jun 28, 1519
Holy Roman Empire
On June 28, Charles is elected King of Romans, becoming sovereign of the Holy Roman Empire.
Carlos V becomes the most powerful monarch in Europe.
Thanks to a series of dynastic alliances and premature deaths, he turned a twenty-year-old named Charles V into the most powerful monarch in Europe.
Community movement for the arrival of Carlos I of Spain
This began in 1500. The subjects of Carlos I of Spain rebelled against him because they did not want to be ruled by a foreign king. Thus initiating urban uprisings that began in Toledo, Segovia and other Castilian cities.
Feb 24, 1520
Emperor of Aachen
He is crowned emperor in the city of Aachen.
Apr 23, 1521
Battle of Villalar
Revolt of the comuneros in the battle of Villalar. They were against a foreign king ruling.
Hadrian is named Pope
Hadrian, Carlos' teacher when he was little, was named Pope with the name Adriano VI, replacing Leo X.
Battle of Pavia
Spanish victory in Pavia, where Francisco I of France is imprisoned.
He marries Isabel de Portugal, (his cousin) and they have a son Felipe II.
The Cognac League is created
It was an alliance between the Papacy, France, Milan, Venice and Florence that was in force until 1529. Against this alliance Charles V fought in the sack of Rome.
Period: 1526 to 1529
Second war against Francisco I de Francia
His son Felipe is born
May 6, 1527
The sack of Rome
This battle was an important victory for the imperial army of Carlos V in the framework of the confrontations between his Holy Roman Empire and the so-called League of Cognac. Soon the imperial troops achieved victories over the French army and established their control over northern Italy.
Duaghter María is born
Son Fernando is born
Jun 5, 1529
Signature of Cambrai de Paz
Signature of the Peace of Cambrai between France and Spain.
Charles I is crowned Holy Roman Emperor
Precisely on his birthday, in the Italian city of Bologna. Charles was crowned Holy Roman Emperor by the Pope of Rome Clement VII.
Conquest of Bizerte and Tunisia
The Turkish fleet takes Bizerte and Tunisia.
Expedition to Tunisia
He personally leads the expedition against Tunisia, which he recovers after taking the Schooner.
Her daughter Juana is born
Defeat and truces
The Turks defeat the Christian fleet off the coast of Epirus. Signing of the Nice Truce between France and Spain.
Carlos's wife, Isabel de Portugal, dies
Isabel dies from pneumonia in Toledo.
His son Juan is born
Jun 15, 1540
Battle of Girolata
The Battle of Girolata was a naval combat that pitted a Hispano-Genoese fleet against another Ottoman in the Gulf of Girolata, located on the west coast of the island of Corsica. The confrontation took place to dispute for the control of the Mediterranean Sea between Emperor Carlos V and Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent. In this battle Carlos V's fleet was victorious.
Period: 1542 to 1544
Fourth was against Francisco I de Francia
Felipe II regent
In the year 1543, Carlos I left Felipe II as regent of Spain.
Battle of Mühlberg
Victory over the German Protestant princes at Mühlberg.
Signature of the Treaty of Crépy
His son Felipe II receives territories
It receives the sovereignty of the Netherlands, Castilla y León, Aragon and Catalonia, Navarra, the kingdom of Naples, that of Sardinia, the crown of Sicily, the Duchy of Milan and the Indies.
Dec 25, 1555
Augsburg Peace Signing
The Peace of Augsburg, also called "Peace of religions", was a deal signed by Ferdinand I of Habsburg, brother and Emperor Charles V, by which the religious conflict of the Protestant reform was resolved.
Cedes the Holy Roman Empire
He cedes the Holy Roman Empire to his brother Ferdinand I
Carlos retires to the monastery of Yuste
Carlos decides to retire to the Yuste monastery to pursue a monastic life. This date oscillates between this or February 22, 1557 since in the different websites that I have looked at in each one there was a date of these, that is why I put both.
He retires to live in te Yuste monastery
Sep 21, 1558
He died in Yuste on September 21, 1558. He died of malaria