King Ferdinand may refer to:
- Ferdinand I of Aragon (1380–1416)
- Ferdinand II of Aragon, also Ferdinand V of Castile and Leon (1452–1516), Ferdinand the Catholic, King of Aragon, Sicily, and Navarre, first king of united Spain
- Ferdinand I of León and Castile (died 1065)
- Ferdinand II of León, King of León, 1157–1188
- Ferdinand III of Castile, the Saint (1198/9–1252)
- Fernando IV of Castile and Leon, also Ferdinand IV of Castile, the Summoned 1285–1312
- Ferdinand IV of Hungary
- Ferdinand I of Naples 1423–1494
- Ferdinand II of Naples 1495–1496
- Ferdinand I of the Two Sicilies, also Ferdinand IV of Naples and III of Sicily 1751–1825
- Ferdinand II of the Two Sicilies 1810–1856
- Ferdinand VI of Spain (1713–1759)
- Ferdinand VII of Spain (1784–1833)
- Ferdinand I of Romania (1865–1927)
- Ferdinand of Bulgaria (1861–1948)
- Ferdinand I of Portugal
- Fernando II of Portugal
... A new land reform takes place, at the idea of King Ferdinand I, who wanted to repay the soldiers and their families for sacrifices made during the war 1922 King Ferdinand I and ... II returns to Romania on 7 June and he is proclaimed King one day later, thus becoming the fourth King of Romania and the first born in Romania ...
... of Naples (called the kingdom of peninsular Sicily), by King Alfonso V of Aragon in 1442 ... At the death of King Alfonso in 1458, the kingdom became divided between his brother John II of Aragon, who kept Sicily, and his bastard son Ferdinand, who became King of Naples ... In 1501, King Ferdinand II of Aragon, son of John II, conquered Naples and reunified the two kingdoms under the authority of the newly united Spanish throne ...
... King Ferdinand VI of Spain is portrayed by Sebastian Armesto and based on Ferdinand VI of Spain ... After learning about the discovery of the Fountain of Youth, King Ferdinand sends his most trusted agent, known only as the Spaniard, to find and destroy the Fountain, because he ...
... Obverse Reverse printing issue 10 b 33 × 44 mm green King Ferdinand Coat of arms 25 ... b 39 × 51 mm green, yellow King Ferdinand Coat of arms 50 ... b 45 ...
Famous quotes containing the words ferdinand and/or king:
“I fairly confess that, acting as nature and simplicity dictated, no sooner did I see the once loved bosom of my Ferdinand free from those deformed demons which had crept in and filled up the vacant space, than beholding my natural home once more the seat of innocence and truth, my heart joyfully danced into its delightful abode.”
—Sarah Fielding (17101768)
“We have defined a story as a narrative of events arranged in their time-sequence. A plot is also a narrative of events, the emphasis falling on causality. The king died and then the queen died is a story. The king died, and then the queen died of grief is a plot. The time sequence is preserved, but the sense of causality overshadows it.”
—E.M. (Edward Morgan)