Felipe III dari Spanyol

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Felipe III & II
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Raja Kastila dan León
Raja Aragon
Raja Portugal
Memerintah 13 September 1598 – 31 Maret 1621
Pendahulu Felipe II dan I
Pengganti Felipe IV dan III
Lahir 14 April 1578
Madrid, Spanyol
Mangkat 31 Maret 1621 (umur 42)
Madrid, Spanyol
Makam El Escorial
Pasangan Margaret dari Austria
Anak
Anne, Ratu Perancis
Felipe IV dari Spanyol
Maria Anna, Permaisuri Romawi Suci
Infante Charles dari Spanyol
Kardinal-Infante Ferdinand
Wangsa Wangsa Habsburg
Ayah Felipe II dari Spanyol
Ibu Anna dari Austria
Tanda tangan Tanda tangan Felipe III dari Spanyol
Agama Katolik Roma
Wangsa Habsburg
Cabang Spanyol
Royal Coat of Arms of Spain (1580-1668).svg
Kaisar Karl V
(Raja Carlos I)
Anak
Felipe II dari Spanyol
Maria de Austria, Permaisuri Kaisar Romawi Suci
Juana dari Spanyol
Don Juan (anak luar nikah)
Margaret dari Parma (anak luar nikah)
Felipe II
Anak, antara lain
Carlos, Pangeran Asturias
Isabel dari Spanyol
Catalina, Adipatni Savoia
Felipe III dari Spanyol
Maria dari Spanyol
Felipe III
Anak, antara lain
Ana de Austria, Permaisuri Raja Perancis
Felipe IV dari Spanyol
Maria Ana de Austria, Permaisuri Kaisar Romawi Suci
Infante Carlos
Kardinal-Infante Fernando
Felipe IV
Anak, antara lain
Baltasar Carlos, Pangeran Asturias
Maria Teresa de Austria, Permaisuri Raja Perancis
Margarita, Permaisuri Kaisar Romawi Suci
Felipe Prospero, Pangeran Asturias
Carlos II dari Spanyol
Carlos II

Felipe III dari Spanyol (bahasa Spanyol: Felipe III; 14 April 1578 – 31 Maret 1621) merupakan Raja Spanyol (sebagai Felipe III di Kastila dan Felipe II di Aragon) dan Portugis (bahasa Portugis: Filipe II).

Sebagai anggota dari Wangsa Habsburg, Felipe III lahir di Madrid dari Raja Felipe II dari Spanyol dan istri dan kemenakan keempatnya Anna, putri dari Kaisar Maximilian II dan Maria dari Spanyol. Philip III kemudian menikah dengan Margaret dari Austria, saudari dari sepupunya Ferdinand II, Kaisar Romawi Suci.

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Bacaan tambahan[sunting | sunting sumber]

  • Public Domain Artikel ini menyertakan teks dari suatu terbitan yang sekarang berada pada ranah publikChisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). "perlu nama artikel ". Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press. 
  • See also Paul C. Allen, Philip III and the Pax Hispanica: The Failure of Grand Strategy (Yale UP: 2000) for an extensive discussion of the foreign policy of Philip III. Allen's is a revisionist work that also argues for a greater role played in international affairs by the Council of State and its leaders in this period rather than by Lerma.