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Carlos I

  • Feb 24, 1500

    Born in Gante, Flandes

    Born in Gante, Flandes
    Son of Joanna I of Castile and Philip the Fair, paternal grandson of Maximilian I of Austria (Habsburg) and Mary of Burgundy (from whom he inherited the Netherlands, the Austrian territories and right to the imperial throne) and on his mother's side the Catholic Monarchs, so he inherited Castile, Navarre, the Canary Islands, the Indies, Naples, Sicily and Aragon.
  • Period: Feb 24, 1500 to Sep 21, 1558

    Life of Carlos I

  • 1506

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    Philip and Joan left again for Spain to claim the crown of Castile after the death of Isabella the Catholic. That same year, Felipe died and Juana considered "crazy", was locked up in a convent in Tordesillas by her father Fernando.
  • 1515

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    Carlos becomes of legal age, and is given the name Lord of the Netherlands
  • 1516

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    On January 22, he was appointed by his grandfather, Fernando II of Aragon, governor and administrator of the Kingdoms of Castile and León, in the name of Juana I (incapacitated) and the Crown of Aragon.
  • 1516

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    On January 23, King Ferdinand II dies
  • 1516

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    In May, the estates of the Kingdom of Navarre swear support for Charles
  • Period: 1516 to 1556

    Reign of Carlos I, in Spain

  • 1518

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    The Cortes of Castile, meeting in Valladolid, swore Charles as King. He was also given 600,000 ducats.
  • 1519

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    On June 28, Charles is elected King of Romans, becoming sovereign of the Holy Roman Empire.
  • Period: 1519 to 1558

    Reign of Carlos I, in the Holy Roman Empire

  • Period: 1519 to 1523

    The conflict of the Germanies is created

    It was the armed conflict that occurred in the Kingdom of Valencia at the beginning of the reign of Carlos I.
    Movement of social confrontation. They protested against the privileges of the nobility.
  • Period: 1520 to 1522

    The War of the Communities of Castile

    Was the armed uprising of the so-called comuneros, which took place in the Crown of Castile
  • 1521

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    First war against Francis I of France
  • 1522

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    Juan Sebastián Elcano goes around the world and begins the Spanish reign over the archipelagos of the Philippines and the Marianas
  • 1526

    The Treaty of Madrid

    The Treaty of Madrid
    The Treaty of Madrid was signed by Carlos I of Spain and Francisco I of France in Madrid.
    Under the terms of the treaty, France renounced its rights over Milanese, Genoa, Burgundy, Naples, Artois, Tournai and Flanders in favor of Emperor Carlos.
  • 1526

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    On March 11 he married with Isabella of Portugal
  • 1527

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    His son Felipe II born, May 21
  • 1528

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    Their second daughter, María de Austria is born on June 21
  • 1531

    The Esmalkalda League

    The Esmalkalda League
    was a league of Protestant princes of the Holy Roman Empire that was created to defend their territories and fight against Emperor and King Charles V, defender of Catholicism against the Lutheran Reformation.
    Although the League didn't declare war on the emperor directly, its follow-up to the Lutheran Reformation and the expulsions of Catholic bishops and princes made Charles V decide to confront them.
  • 1535

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    their daughter, Joanna of Austria, was born on June 24
  • 1555

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    The Peace of Augsburg, also called the "Peace of Religions", was a treaty signed by Carlos V, and the forces of the Esmalkald League by which the religious conflict begun since the Protestant Reformation was resolved.
  • 1555

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    Carlos abdicates and retires to the Monastery of Yuste. He divides his domains between his son Felipe II and his brother Fernando I.
    Felipe II took charge of Spain and all its territories.
    Fernando I had the Empire of Germany and the Archduarchy of Austria.
  • 1558

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    He finally died in the monastery of Yuste