Don Juan Of Austria (The Imperial Bastard)

Amarie Dennis


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AUTOR Amarie Dennis
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Don Juan of Austria: the imperial bastard. [Amarie Dennis] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find items in . Born in the Free imperial city of Regensburg, Upper Palatinate, John of Austria was the product of a brief liaison between Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor (a widower since ) and Barbara Blomberg, a burgher's daughter and singer. In the summer of , the boy was taken to the castle of Luis de Quijada in Villagarcía de Campos, marrisashen.org: 24 February , Regensburg. Don Juan of Austria: The imperial bastard [Dennis, Amarie] on marrisashen.org *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Don Juan of Austria: The imperial bastardAuthor: Amarie Dennis. Don John of Austria, was the natural son of the emperor Charles V by Barbara Blomberg, the daughter of an opulent citizen of Regensburg. He was born in that free imperial city on the 24th of February , the anniversary of his father's birth and coronation and of the battle of Pavia, and was at first confided under the name of Geronimo to foster parents of humble birth, living at a . Juan de Austria, also called Don Juan de Austria, English Don John of Austria, (born February 24, , Regensburg [Germany]—died October 1, , Bouges, near Namur, Spanish Netherlands [now in Belgium]), illegitimate son of the Holy Roman emperor Charles V and half brother of King Philip II of Spain who, as a Spanish military commander, achieved victory over . Don Juan of Austria was given command and sailed out to meet the much larger Turkish fleet at the battle of Lepanto in the Gulf of Corinth in A seemingly miraculous change in the wind, some better weapons and a lot of heroism combined to give victory to the Christian forces, ending the Turkish threat in the Mediterranean. Don Juan was the hero of Catholic Europe for this . May 11,  · Don Juan of Austria was given command and sailed out to meet the much larger Turkish fleet at the battle of Lepanto in the Gulf of Corinth in A seemingly miraculous change in the wind, some better weapons and a lot of heroism combined to give victory to the Christian forces, ending the Turkish threat in the Mediterranean. Buy Don Juan of Austria: The imperial bastard 1st ed by Dennis, Amarie (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible marrisashen.org: Amarie Dennis. Juan de Austria, also called Don Juan de Austria, English Don John of Austria, (born February 24, , Regensburg [Germany]—died October 1, , Bouges, near Namur, Spanish Netherlands [now in Belgium]), illegitimate son of the Holy Roman emperor Charles V and half brother of King Philip II of Spain who, as a Spanish military commander. John of Austria. John of Austria (), the illegitimate half-brother of King Philip II of Spain, distinguished himself as a military commander, notably at the Battle of Lepanto.. The most powerful man in Western Europe in the first half of the 16th century was the Holy Roman Emperor, Charles V. As King Charles I of Spain, he inherited from his grandparents Ferdinand and Isabella, great. Amarie Dennis, author of Seek the Darkness: The Story of Juana la Loca, on LibraryThing.

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