In a recent work of considerable authority, it is denied that Philip II.
"Time and myself will suffice for all things," proudly said Philip II.
Formerly it was fortified, and a treaty was signed there in 1577 between Philip II.
A people so brave and industrious were not likely to submit to the will of Philip II.
Ribaut's beard was cut off, and portions of it sent in a letter to Philip II.
What conclusion could we draw from these principles but that Philip II.
All that Philip II had ever thought or planned was thus concentrated as it were into one focus.
Historians have often gone to extremes in their judgments of Philip II.
He worked little but rapidly, with none of the bureaucratic pedantry of a Philip II.
Under Philip II, however, they were the scene of heavy expenditures.