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Infante Carlos of Spain (1607–1632)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

House of Habsburg
Spanish line
Emperor Charles V
(King Charles I)
Children
Philip II of Spain
Maria, Holy Roman Empress
Joan of Spain
Don John (illegitimate)
Margaret of Parma (illegitimate)
Philip II
Children include
Carlos, Prince of Asturias
Isabella of Spain
Catherine, Duchess of Savoy
Philip III of Spain
Maria of Spain
Philip III
Children include
Anne, Queen of France
Philip IV of Spain
Maria Ana, Holy Roman Empress
Infante Carlos
Cardinal-Infante Ferdinand
Philip IV
Children include
Balthasar Charles, Prince of Asturias
Maria Theresa, Queen of France
Margaret, Holy Roman Empress
Philip Prospero, Prince of Asturias
Charles II of Spain
Charles II

The Infante Carlos of Spain, also known as The Infante Charles of Spain (15 September 1607 – 30 July 1632), was an infante of Spain, the second son of King Felipe III of Spain and Margaret of Austria.

Life

The Infante Carlos was the younger brother of Felipe IV, and, as long as the King remained childless, was heir to the Spanish throne. Carlos was never a friend of Felipe's favourite and prime minister, the Count-Duke of Olivares, and though he was uninterested in politics, he was used by various nobles in attempts to overthrow Olivares.

During his brother's severest illness, Carlos was on the point of ascending the throne, but Felipe recovered and in 1629 finally fathered a son, Balthasar Carlos. This dissipated Carlos's political importance completely.

Carlos was one of the era's most enigmatic characters due to his strange and possibly unhealthy personality.[clarification needed] He died in 1632, aged 25. Francisco de Quevedo dedicated a sonnet entitled The Burial of the Most Serene Infante Don Carlos to this event.

Ancestry

References

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