Philip II (1527-1598) was King of Spain and, as Philip I, king of Portugal from 1580.
Ḥatāmilah, M. ʻA. al-Tahjīr al-qasrī li-Muslimī al-Andalus fī ʻahd al-Malik Fīlīb al-Thānī ... 1982 t.p. (b. 1527; d. 1598)
Columbia encyc. (Philip II, 1527-98, king of Spain, Naples, and Sicily (1556-98) and, as Philip I, king of Portugal (1580-98); ascended the throne on the abdication of his father, Emperor Charles V, who had previously made over to him the Low Countries, Franche-Comté, and the duchy of Milan) p. 1480 (given the Low Countries in 1555)
Dijk, J. van. Filips II, heerser van een wereldrijk, c1983 t.p. (Filips II)
Edelmayer, F. Maximilian II., Philipp II. und Reichsitalien, 1988.
La monetazione di Filippo II d'Asburgo della Zecca di Milano nelle Civiche raccolte numismatiche di Milano (1555-1599), c2000.
La morte e la gloria, c1999 t.p. (Filippo II di Spagna) p. 86 (d. Sept. 13, 1598)
Netherlands. Ordinancie, statuyt ende gebot prouisionnael onss heeren des Conincx aengaende de printers, boeckvercoopers ende schoelmeesters, 1570 p. 3 (Philips ... Coninck van Castillien ...)
Philip II letter, 1---- (Philip II was born in Valladolid, Spain on May 21, 1527 to Charles V and Infanta Isabella; As a child he was trained by his father to take over the Holy Roman Empire; He became the Duke of Milan in 1540 and after marrying Mary I of England he received the kingdoms of Naples and Sicily in 1554; In 1555 his father resigned the Netherlands to him and in 1556 the kingdoms of Spain and the Spanish Empire; He died in El Escorial on September 13, 1598 of cancer)