Felipe II (Valladolid, 1527 - El Escorial, 1598) Rey de España (1556-1598). A excepción del Sacro Imperio Germánico, cuya corona cedió a Fernando I de Habsburgo, el rey y emperador Carlos V legó todas las posesiones europeas y americanas que constituían el Imperio español a su hijo Felipe II, que pasó a ser entonces (como ya lo había sido su progenitor) el monarca más poderoso de la ...
She held the titles of Infanta of Spain and of Portugal (since her father was king of Portugal as well as Spain) and Archduchess of Austria. Despite her Spanish birth, she was referred to as Anne of Austria because the rulers of Spain belonged to the senior branch of the House of Austria ,  known later as the House of Habsburg, a designation relatively uncommon before the 19th century.
Mariana of Austria (Spanish: Mariana de Austria) or Maria Anna (24 December 1634 – 16 May 1696) was Queen of Spain as the second wife of her uncle Philip IV of Spain from their marriage in 1649 until Philip died in 1665.
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