Ferdinandus VII (rex Hispaniae)

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Nativitas: 14 Octobris 1784; San Lorenzo de El Escorial
Obitus: 29 Septembris 1833; Matritum
Patria: Hispania

Officium

Officium: Monarch of Spain, Monarch of Spain, Governor-General of the Philippines, Grand Master of the Order of Santiago
Munus: Scriptor, ruler

Consociatio

Familia

Genitores: Carolus IV; Maria Luisa of Parma
Coniunx: Princess Maria Antonia of Naples and Sicily, Maria Isabel of Portugal, Maria Josepha Amalia of Saxony, Maria Christina Borboni
Proles: Isabella II, Infanta Luisa Fernanda, Duchess of Montpensier, Infanta María Isabel Luisa of Spain
Familia: House of Bourbon-Anjou

Memoria

Laurae: Knight of the Order of the Holy Spirit, Knight of the Order of Saint-Michel, Knight of the Order of the Golden Fleece, Order of St. Andrew, Collar of the Order of Charles III, Collar of the Order of Isabella the Catholic‎, Laureate Cross of Saint Ferdinand, Q34206334, Order of Montesa, Ordo militiae de Alcantara, Militia Calatravae, Grand Cross of the Legion of Honour, Ordo Periscelidis, Grand Cross of the Sash of the Three Orders, Order of Saint Januarius, Knight Grand Cross of the Order of Saint Ferdinand and of Merit, Order of St. Alexander Nevsky
Sepultura: Pantheon of the Kings

Insignia heraldica

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Ferdinandus VII (rex Hispaniae)

Ferdinandus VII Borbonis , Hispanice Fernando VII de Borbón (natus Matriti die 14 Octobris 1784 - ibidem obiit die 29 Septembris 1833), filius regis Caroli IV, fuit rex Hispaniae breviter anno 1808 post abdicationem patris eius et, post bellos Napoleonis, ab anno 1813 usque ad mortem.

Lege etiam Hispanice[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Juan Arzadun . Fernando VII y su tiempo, Matriti, 1942.


Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]


Antecessor:
Carolus IV
Index Regum Hispaniae Successor:
Iosephus I
Antecessor:
Iosephus I
Index Regum Hispaniae Successor:
Isabella II