Berengaria of Portugal ( Portuguese: Berengária, Danish: Bengjerd; c. 1198 – 27 March 1221) was a Portuguese infanta (princess) and Queen of Denmark, by marriage to King Valdemar II.  She was the fifth daughter of King Sancho I of Portugal and Dulce of Aragon.  She was the mother of Danish kings Eric IV, Abel and Christopher I.  Life
Berengária af Portugal, Dronning af Danmark Daughter of Sancho I, o Povoador, rei de Portugal and Dulce de Aragão, rainha-consorte de Portugal. Berenguela of Portugal ( 1198 - 27 of March of 1221 ) was an infanta of Portugal and Queen consort of Denmark , daughter of Sancho I of Portugal and the Infanta Dulce of Aragon . [ 1 ]
In 1214, Berengaria of Portugal married Valdemar II, king of Denmark. How on earth would a medieval Portuguese princess and a Danish king meet, you might ask, but there was an indirect connection as Valdemar’s sister, Ingeborg, was unfortunate enough to marry Berengaria’s French cousin, Philippe Augustus.
Berengaria of Portugal ( Portuguese: Berengária, Danish: Bengjerd; c. 1198 – 27 March 1221) was a Portuguese infanta (princess) and Queen of Denmark, by marriage to King Valdemar II. She was the fifth daughter of King Sancho I of Portugal and Dulce of Aragon. She was the mother of Danish kings Eric IV, Abel and Christopher I.
Berengaria of Navarre ( Basque: Berengela, Spanish: Berenguela, French: Bérengère; c. 1165–1170 – 23 December 1230) was Queen of England as the wife of Richard I of England. She was the eldest daughter of Sancho VI of Navarre and Sancha of Castile. As is the case with many of the medieval English queens, little is known of her life.
Women in World History: A Biographical Encyclopedia Berengaria (1194–1221)Queen of Denmark. Name variations: Berengaria Henriques, Enriques or Enriquez; Berengaria of Portugal; Bengerd of Portugal; (Span.) Berenguela. Pronunciation: Ber-en-GAR-ee-uh.
Berengária era a décima filha do Rei Sancho I de Portugal e da sua esposa, a Rainha D. Dulce. Teria uma irmã gémea, a infanta Branca. Não chegou a conhecer a sua mãe, uma vez que o par seria o último que Dulce traria à luz, morrendo pouco depois. O testamento de Sancho I
Berengaria often found herself politically at odds with her former husband. Alfonso had two daughters, Sancha and Dulce, by his first wife, Theresa of Portugal, and wished to disinherit Berengaria's children in favor of these daughters. To this end, he invited John of Brienne to marry his eldest daughter, Sancha, and thus inherit his kingdom.
Berengaria of Portugal (c. 1195–1221), daughter of King Sancho I of Portugal, queen consort to Valdemar II of Denmark Berengaria of León (1204–1237), empress consort of John of Brienne, Latin Emperor of Constantinople See also Bérengère This page or section lists people that share the same given name.