Born in Castillo de Garcimuñoz, she was the daughter of Castilian nobleman and writer Don Juan Manuel (1282–1348), Duke of Peñafiel, "powerful and hardworking magnate of Castile"  and his second wife, Infanta Constanza of Aragon, daughter of King James II of Aragon.  She was the only surviving child of her parents' marriage: her two full siblings, Beatriz and Manuel, both died young; in addition, Constanza had several half-siblings from her father's third marriage and several ...
Constanza Manuel de Villena; Infanta Heredera de Portugal: Reina Consorte de Castilla; 28 de noviembre de 1325 - 1327: Predecesor: Constanza de Portugal: Sucesor: María de Portugal: Información personal; Otros títulos: Señora de Montemor-o-Novo, Alenquer, Viseu, Escalona y Peñafiel; Duquesa de Villena; Infanta de Castilla; Nacimiento: 1316
Constanza Manuel of Villena (ca. Read more on Wikipedia. Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Constanza Manuel has received more than 58,210 page views. Her biography is available in 18 different languages on Wikipedia. Constanza Manuel is the 8,475th most popular politician (down from 4,605th in 2019), the 771st most popular biography from Spain (down from 410th in 2019) and the 272nd most popular Politician.
Efígie de D. Constança Manuel numa Genealogia dos Reis de Portugal datada de 1645 (Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal). Rainha Consorte de Castela e Leão ; Reinado 1325 –1328 Nascimento ca. 1316 Castillo de Garcimuñoz, Castela-Mancha, Espanha: Morte 13 de novembro de 1345 (28 ou 29 anos) Santarém, Portugal: Sepultado em
Constanza Manuel’s Imprisonment. Constanza Manuel was born in 1316 as the daughter of Juan Manuel, Prince of Villena and Duke of Peñafiel and Constance of Aragon, a daughter of James II of Aragon. Still only a child she married Alfonso XI of Castile on 28 November 1325. She was Queen for just two short years. Alfonso dissolved the marriage and quickly remarried to Maria of Portugal.
c. 1313 – Santarem (Portugal), 13.XI.1345. Noble, esposa del infante Pedro de Portugal y madre del rey portugués Fernando I. Fruto de la unión entre don Juan Manuel, nieto de Fernando III de Castilla, y Constanza, hija de Jaime II de Aragón y nieta del rey de Nápoles, unía en sus venas la sangre real con la de uno de los linajes más importantes y poderosos de la Castilla de inicios del siglo XIV.
Constance of Peñafiel or Constance Manuel of Castile (b. 1315-1323, d. November 13, 1345) was the daughter of Juan Manuel, Duke of Peñafiel (1282-1348), called "el escritor" (the writer), Duke of Peñafiel, and his second wife Constance of Aragon. She was Queen consort of Portugal.
Constanza Manuel. Spanish: Constanza Manuel de Castilla. Birthdate: estimated between 1292 and 1332. Death: Immediate Family: Daughter of Sancho Manuel de Villena Castañeda, señor del Infantado y Carrión de los Céspedes and Maria Rodriguez de Castañeda. Wife of Gómez García de Albornoz. Mother of Juan de Albórnoz, señor de Albórnoz and Teresa de Albornoz y Rodriguez.
Constanza Manuel was born in 1316 as the daughter of Juan Manuel, Prince of Villena and Duke of Peñafiel and Constance of Aragon, a daughter of James II of Aragon. Still only a child she married Alfonso XI of Castile on 28 November 1325. She was Queen for just two short years. Alfonso dissolved the marriage and quickly remarried [read more]
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