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  2. Constance of Portugal - Wikipedia

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    Constance of Portugal (pt: Constança; 3 January 1290 – Sahagún, 18 November 1313; Portuguese pronunciation: [kõʃˈtɐ̃sɐ] ), was Queen of Castile by her marriage to Ferdinand IV . She was the eldest child and only daughter of King Denis of Portugal and his wife Elizabeth of Aragon, later Saint. Life Queen consort of Castile and Leon (1302-1312)

  3. Constance of Portugal (1290–1313) | Encyclopedia.com

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    Constance of Portugal (1290–1313) views 1,699,749 updated Constance of Portugal (1290–1313) Queen of Castile and Leon. Name variations: Constance Henriques, Enriques or Enriquez.

  4. Constance Dinisez Portugal, queen consort of Castile (1285 ...

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    About Constance of Portugal http://genealogics.org/getperson.php?personID=I00005046&tree=LEO Constanza de Portugal y Aragón fue Infanta de Portugal y reina consorte de Castilla. Era hija de Dionisio I el Labrador y de Isabel de Aragón, además de ser hermana de Alfonso IV el Bravo.

  5. Constanza Manuel - Wikipedia

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    Constanza Manuel of Villena (ca. 1316 – 27 January 1349), was a Castilian noblewoman who by her two marriages was Queen consort of Castile and León and Infanta of Portugal . Early years and first marriage: Queen of Castile

  6. Constance of Portugal (1290–1313) • FamilySearch

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    Constance of Portugal 3 January 1290–18 November 1313 • Brief Life History of Constance of Portugal When Constance of Portugal was born on 3 January 1290, in Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal, her father, Dom Dinis, "o Lavrador", Rei de Portugal, was 28 and her mother, Santa Isabel de Aragão, Rainha de Portugal, was 18.

  7. Constance of Portugal Biography - Queen consort of Castile ...

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    Constance of Portugal (pt: Constança; 3 January 1290 – Sahagún, 18 November 1313; Portuguese pronunciation: [kõʃˈtɐ̃sɐ]), was Queen of Castile by her marriage to Ferdinand IV. She was the eldest child and only daughter of King Denis of Portugal and his wife Elizabeth of Aragon, later Saint. Read more on Wikipedia

  8. Category:Constance of Portugal (1266-1271) - Wikimedia Commons

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    Infantas of Portugal; House of Burgundy; Borgonha (surname) House of Burgundy in Portugal; People depicted in The Portuguese Genealogy (1530-1534) Constance (given name) 13th-century women of Portugal

  9. Constance of Portugal - Infogalactic: the planetary knowledge ...

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    On 23 January 1302 at Valladolid, Constance finally married King Ferdinand IV of Castile. Four years later (1307), shortly after the birth of their first-born child, a daughter called Eleanor (future Queen consort of Aragon), the Castilian King, who was besieging the city of Tordehumos which housed the rebellious magnate Juan Núñez II de Lara, chief of the House of Lara, sent his wife and ...

  10. About: Constance of Portugal - DBpedia Association

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    Constance of Portugal (pt: Constança; 3 January 1290 – Sahagún, 18 November 1313; Portuguese pronunciation: [kõʃˈtɐ̃sɐ]), was Queen of Castile by her marriage to Ferdinand IV. She was the eldest child and only daughter of King Denis of Portugal and his wife Elizabeth of Aragon, later Saint.