Ferdinand I signs a treaty giving power to his son-in-law Philip of Burgundy (50 words)

Historical Context Note

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Context

Philip the Handsome of Burgundy meets with the Cortes of Castile at Valladolid, who recognise him as king by virtue of his marriage to Ferdinand's daughter Juana. As a result, Ferdinand I gives way to his demands to rule Castile, and signs a treaty with him, but relations are hostile.

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Editors. "Ferdinand I signs a treaty giving power to his son-in-law Philip of Burgundy". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 November 2010
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