Philip II as King of England

Philip II of Spain, after Antonis Mor, c. 1555-8 (Museo del Prado, Madrid).

David M. Loades, ‘King Philip of England’, History Today, 57, 1 (2007), pp. 40-8.

  • ‘Philip II and the government of England’, in Claire M. Cross, David M. Loades and J.J. Scarisbrick (eds.), Law and Government under the Tudors: essays presented to Sir Geoffrey Elton, Regius Professor of Modern History in the University of Cambridge on the Occasion of His Retirement (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1988), pp. 177-94.
  • The Reign of Mary Tudor: Politics, government, and religion in England, 1553-1558 (London: Ernest Benn, 1979), chapter 7.

P.G. Matthews, ‘Portraits of Philip II of Spain as King of England’, The Burlington Magazine, 142, 1162 (2000), pp. 13-9.

Glyn Redworth, ‘Felipe II y las soberanas de Inglaterra’, Revista de la Torre de los Lujanes, 33 (1997), pp. 103-12.

  •  ‘“Matters impertinent to women”’: male and female monarchy under Philip and Mary’, English Historical Review, 112 (1997), pp. 597-613.
  •  ‘Nuevo mundo u otro mundo? Conquistadores, cortesanos, libros de caballerías y el reinado de Felipe el Breve de Inglaterra’, in Richard Hitchcock and Ralph Penny (eds.),  Actas del Primer Congreso Anglo-Hispano, 3 vols. (Madrid: Castalia, 1994), pp. 113-25.
  •  ‘Philip I of England, embezzlement, and the quality theory of money’, Economic History Review, 55, 2 (2002), pp. 248-61.

Estrella Cavero Saiz, ‘The accession of Emperor Charles V’s son as king of Spain, king of England and sovereign of the Low Countries, 1549-1559’, in Wim de Groot (eds.), The Seventh Window: The King’s Window donated by Philip II and Mary Tudor to Sint Janskerk in Gouda (1557) (Amsterdam, 2005), pp. 21-8.

Alexander W.S. Samson, ‘The marriage of Philip of Habsburg and Mary Tudor and anti-Spanish sentiment in England: political economies and culture, 1553-1557’, (PhD., Queen Mary, University of London, 1999).

  •  ‘A Fine Romance: Anglo-Spanish Relations in the Sixteenth Century’, Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies, 39, 1 (2009), pp. 65-94.
  • ‘Mapping the Marriage: Thomas Geminus’s “Britanniae Insulae Nova Descripto” and “Nova Descriptio Hispaniae” (1555)’, Renaissance and Reformation, 31, 1 (2008), pp. 95-116.
  •  ‘Changing Places: The Marriage and Royal Entry of Philip, Prince of Austria, and Mary Tudor, July-August 1554’, Sixteenth Century Journal, 36, 3 (2005), pp. 761-84.
  •  ‘Power-sharing: The Co-monarchy of Mary and Philip’, in Alice Hunt and Anna Whitelock (eds.), Tudor Queenship: The Reigns of Mary and Elizabeth (Palgrave Macmillan, 2010).