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  1. Infante Afonso: 1382: 1382: lived four days. Infanta Constanza: 1383: 1383: lived a few days. Illegitimate offspring: Isabel of Portugal: 1364: 1395: Countess of Gijón and Noreña through marriage to Alfonso Enríquez, illegitimate son of Henry II of Castile.

  2. During his reign he visited many parts of northern Portugal, in addition to Spain, France, and the United Kingdom, where he was appointed Knight of the Order of the Garter, in November 1909. He cultivated a foreign policy that was close to Great Britain, which was not only the geo-political strategy that his father maintained, but it also reinforced his position on the throne by having a ...

  3. By Maria II of Portugal (4 April 1819 – 15 November 1853; married on 9 April 1836) Pedro V: 16 September 1837: 11 November 1861: Succeeded his mother as King of Portugal. Luís I: 31 October 1838: 19 October 1889: Succeeded his brother as King of Portugal. Infanta Maria: 4 October 1840: 4 October 1840 Infante João: 16 March 1842: 27 December ...

  4. Biografía. Don Juan Manuel nació en el Castillo de Escalona, situado en la actual provincia de Toledo.Su padre, Manuel de Castilla, era hermano del rey Alfonso X el Sabio e hijo menor de Fernando III el Santo, del que recibió en herencia la famosa espada Lobera del conde Fernán González, que también heredaría el escritor y hoy se conserva en la catedral de Sevilla. [2]

  5. Pretendia-se, embora sem nexo, que o pretendente Miguel Januário de Bragança reconhecesse D. Manuel II como rei de Portugal e que, em troca, o monarca reconhecesse a linhagem banida do ex-infante D. Miguel como segunda na linha de sucessão, restabelecendo-lhes direitos dinásticos sucessórios e conferindo a cidadania portuguesa perdida aos pretendentes do ramo Miguelista.

  6. Dinis, Infante de Portugal (16 de abril de 1535 – 1 de janeiro de 1537); João Manuel, Príncipe de Portugal (3 de junho de 1537 – 1554), herdeiro em 1539. Deixou grávida sua mulher, Dona Joana, que dias depois deu à luz o futuro rei Dom Sebastião de Portugal; Antônio, Infante de Portugal (9 de março de 1539 – 20 de janeiro de 1540).