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Call No.: MS Span 92
Repository: Houghton Library, Harvard Library, Harvard University
Title: Ferdinand V, King of Spain correspondence,
Date(s): 1473 -1525.
Quantity: 1 collection (1 volume (.1 linear ft.)
Language of materials: Collection materials are in Spanish.
Abstract: Letters to and from members of the Spanish royal family, including Ferdinand V and his wife Queen Isabella I.
Ferdinand of Aragon and Isabella of Castille married in 1469 and became the King and Queen of Spain (1479-1504); their grandson Charles V was the King of Spain (1516-1556) and the Holy Roman Emperor (1517- 1556).
Arranged alphabetically by author.
Includes four letters: one from Maria Fernández de Córdova y Aguilar to Ferdinand V, one from Ferdinand V to Miguel Pérez de Alamazán, one from Isabella to Juan II, King of Aragon, and one from Charles V to [Juan de la Cerda], Duke of Medina-Celi. The letter from Cordova to Ferdinand outlines his concerns regarding the Italian wars and the succession of Castile. Ferdinand's letter to Miguel Pérez de Alamazán inquires about the condition and location of various naval units. Charles V's letter concerns the treatment of guests received by the Duke of Medina-Celi.