Charles was the son of Philip I the Handsome, king of Castile , and Joan the Mad. His paternal grandparents were the Holy Roman emperor Maximilian I and Mary, duchess of Burgundy , and his maternal grandparents were Isabella I and Ferdinand II , the Roman Catholic king and queen of Spain. After his father’s death in 1506, Charles was raised by his paternal aunt Margaret of Austria , regent of the Netherlands. His spiritual guide was the theologian Adrian of Utrecht (later Pope Adrian VI ), a member of the devotio moderna , a religious and educational reform movement promoting literacy among the masses.

In October 1520 Charles was accordingly crowned king of Germany in Aachen , assuming at the same time the title of Roman emperor-elect. In the spring of 1521 the imperial Diet , before which Martin Luther had to defend his theses, assembled at Worms . The reformer’s appearance represented a first challenge to Charles, beginning with a sweeping invocation of his Roman Catholic ancestors, read out to the Diet. After Luther refused to recant the substance of his writings and left the Diet, Charles drew up the Edict of Worms. With it, he rejected Luther’s doctrines and essentially declared war on Protestantism.

Gradually, the other chief task of his reign also unfolded: the struggle for hegemony in western Europe . That goal was a legacy of his Burgundian forefathers, including his ancestor Charles the Bold , who had come to naught in his fight against the French Valois Louis XI . His great-grandfather’s quest was to become a fateful problem for Charles as well.

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Charles was the son of Philip I the Handsome, king of Castile , and Joan the Mad. His paternal grandparents were the Holy Roman emperor Maximilian I and Mary, duchess of Burgundy , and his maternal grandparents were Isabella I and Ferdinand II , the Roman Catholic king and queen of Spain. After his father’s death in 1506, Charles was raised by his paternal aunt Margaret of Austria , regent of the Netherlands. His spiritual guide was the theologian Adrian of Utrecht (later Pope Adrian VI ), a member of the devotio moderna , a religious and educational reform movement promoting literacy among the masses.

In October 1520 Charles was accordingly crowned king of Germany in Aachen , assuming at the same time the title of Roman emperor-elect. In the spring of 1521 the imperial Diet , before which Martin Luther had to defend his theses, assembled at Worms . The reformer’s appearance represented a first challenge to Charles, beginning with a sweeping invocation of his Roman Catholic ancestors, read out to the Diet. After Luther refused to recant the substance of his writings and left the Diet, Charles drew up the Edict of Worms. With it, he rejected Luther’s doctrines and essentially declared war on Protestantism.

Gradually, the other chief task of his reign also unfolded: the struggle for hegemony in western Europe . That goal was a legacy of his Burgundian forefathers, including his ancestor Charles the Bold , who had come to naught in his fight against the French Valois Louis XI . His great-grandfather’s quest was to become a fateful problem for Charles as well.

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Charles was the son of Philip I the Handsome, king of Castile , and Joan the Mad. His paternal grandparents were the Holy Roman emperor Maximilian I and Mary, duchess of Burgundy , and his maternal grandparents were Isabella I and Ferdinand II , the Roman Catholic king and queen of Spain. After his father’s death in 1506, Charles was raised by his paternal aunt Margaret of Austria , regent of the Netherlands. His spiritual guide was the theologian Adrian of Utrecht (later Pope Adrian VI ), a member of the devotio moderna , a religious and educational reform movement promoting literacy among the masses.

In October 1520 Charles was accordingly crowned king of Germany in Aachen , assuming at the same time the title of Roman emperor-elect. In the spring of 1521 the imperial Diet , before which Martin Luther had to defend his theses, assembled at Worms . The reformer’s appearance represented a first challenge to Charles, beginning with a sweeping invocation of his Roman Catholic ancestors, read out to the Diet. After Luther refused to recant the substance of his writings and left the Diet, Charles drew up the Edict of Worms. With it, he rejected Luther’s doctrines and essentially declared war on Protestantism.

Gradually, the other chief task of his reign also unfolded: the struggle for hegemony in western Europe . That goal was a legacy of his Burgundian forefathers, including his ancestor Charles the Bold , who had come to naught in his fight against the French Valois Louis XI . His great-grandfather’s quest was to become a fateful problem for Charles as well.

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Charles V (French: Charles Quint ; German: Karl V.; Italian: Carlo V; Latin: Carolus V; Spanish: Carlos I; Dutch: Karel V) (24 February 1500 – 21 September 1558) was ...

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Charles was the son of Philip I the Handsome, king of Castile , and Joan the Mad. His paternal grandparents were the Holy Roman emperor Maximilian I and Mary, duchess of Burgundy , and his maternal grandparents were Isabella I and Ferdinand II , the Roman Catholic king and queen of Spain. After his father’s death in 1506, Charles was raised by his paternal aunt Margaret of Austria , regent of the Netherlands. His spiritual guide was the theologian Adrian of Utrecht (later Pope Adrian VI ), a member of the devotio moderna , a religious and educational reform movement promoting literacy among the masses.

In October 1520 Charles was accordingly crowned king of Germany in Aachen , assuming at the same time the title of Roman emperor-elect. In the spring of 1521 the imperial Diet , before which Martin Luther had to defend his theses, assembled at Worms . The reformer’s appearance represented a first challenge to Charles, beginning with a sweeping invocation of his Roman Catholic ancestors, read out to the Diet. After Luther refused to recant the substance of his writings and left the Diet, Charles drew up the Edict of Worms. With it, he rejected Luther’s doctrines and essentially declared war on Protestantism.

Gradually, the other chief task of his reign also unfolded: the struggle for hegemony in western Europe . That goal was a legacy of his Burgundian forefathers, including his ancestor Charles the Bold , who had come to naught in his fight against the French Valois Louis XI . His great-grandfather’s quest was to become a fateful problem for Charles as well.

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Charles was the son of Philip I the Handsome, king of Castile , and Joan the Mad. His paternal grandparents were the Holy Roman emperor Maximilian I and Mary, duchess of Burgundy , and his maternal grandparents were Isabella I and Ferdinand II , the Roman Catholic king and queen of Spain. After his father’s death in 1506, Charles was raised by his paternal aunt Margaret of Austria , regent of the Netherlands. His spiritual guide was the theologian Adrian of Utrecht (later Pope Adrian VI ), a member of the devotio moderna , a religious and educational reform movement promoting literacy among the masses.

In October 1520 Charles was accordingly crowned king of Germany in Aachen , assuming at the same time the title of Roman emperor-elect. In the spring of 1521 the imperial Diet , before which Martin Luther had to defend his theses, assembled at Worms . The reformer’s appearance represented a first challenge to Charles, beginning with a sweeping invocation of his Roman Catholic ancestors, read out to the Diet. After Luther refused to recant the substance of his writings and left the Diet, Charles drew up the Edict of Worms. With it, he rejected Luther’s doctrines and essentially declared war on Protestantism.

Gradually, the other chief task of his reign also unfolded: the struggle for hegemony in western Europe . That goal was a legacy of his Burgundian forefathers, including his ancestor Charles the Bold , who had come to naught in his fight against the French Valois Louis XI . His great-grandfather’s quest was to become a fateful problem for Charles as well.

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Charles V (French: Charles Quint ; German: Karl V.; Italian: Carlo V; Latin: Carolus V; Spanish: Carlos I; Dutch: Karel V) (24 February 1500 – 21 September 1558) was ...

01.02.2018  · Emperor Charles V . Please help support the mission of New Advent and get the full contents of this website as an instant download. Includes the Catholic ...

05.01.2018  · This page was last edited on 5 January 2018, at 22:57. Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply.

The Wizard of Oz (1939)
# 232 on IMDb Top Rated Movies »

Brad Pitt »
# 175 on STARmeter

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Making a purchase could not be easier. Just browse our Catalogue, and click on any items that you wish to buy and put them into the basket.

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Charles was the son of Philip I the Handsome, king of Castile , and Joan the Mad. His paternal grandparents were the Holy Roman emperor Maximilian I and Mary, duchess of Burgundy , and his maternal grandparents were Isabella I and Ferdinand II , the Roman Catholic king and queen of Spain. After his father’s death in 1506, Charles was raised by his paternal aunt Margaret of Austria , regent of the Netherlands. His spiritual guide was the theologian Adrian of Utrecht (later Pope Adrian VI ), a member of the devotio moderna , a religious and educational reform movement promoting literacy among the masses.

In October 1520 Charles was accordingly crowned king of Germany in Aachen , assuming at the same time the title of Roman emperor-elect. In the spring of 1521 the imperial Diet , before which Martin Luther had to defend his theses, assembled at Worms . The reformer’s appearance represented a first challenge to Charles, beginning with a sweeping invocation of his Roman Catholic ancestors, read out to the Diet. After Luther refused to recant the substance of his writings and left the Diet, Charles drew up the Edict of Worms. With it, he rejected Luther’s doctrines and essentially declared war on Protestantism.

Gradually, the other chief task of his reign also unfolded: the struggle for hegemony in western Europe . That goal was a legacy of his Burgundian forefathers, including his ancestor Charles the Bold , who had come to naught in his fight against the French Valois Louis XI . His great-grandfather’s quest was to become a fateful problem for Charles as well.

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