Philip II: King Of Spain and Leader of the Counter-Reformation (RULERS, SCHOLARS, AND ARTISTS OF THE RENAISSANCE)

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Presents the life and accomplishments of Spain's monarch who led the Counter-Reformation and held the title of "Most Catholic Majesty."

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