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  2. Denis of Portugal - Wikipedia

    Denis (Portuguese: Dinis or Diniz, IPA: ; 9 October 1261 – 7 January 1325 in Santarém), called the Farmer King (Rei Lavrador) and the Poet King (Rei Poeta), was King of Portugal.The eldest son of Afonso III of Portugal by his second wife, Beatrice of Castile, and grandson of Afonso II of Portugal, Denis succeeded his father in 1279.His marriage to Elizabeth of Aragon, who was later ...

  3. Dinis | king of Portugal | Britannica

    Dinis, also spelled Diniz, English Denis, (born Oct. 9, 1261—died Jan. 7, 1325), sixth king of Portugal (1279–1325), who strengthened the kingdom by improving the economy and reducing the power of the nobility and the church. The son of Afonso III, Dinis was educated at a court subject to both French and Castilian cultural influences and became a competent poet.

  4. Denis, Lord of Cifuentes - Wikipedia,_Lord_of_Cifuentes

    Denis of Portugal (Portuguese: 'Dinis' or 'Diniz' ), occasionally surnamed Castro (1353 – c. 1403), was an infante of Portugal. He was the son of Portuguese King Peter I and a Galician noblewoman named Inês de Castro who had arrived in Portugal as a maid of princess Constance of Castile , recently married to Pedro I (Heir Prince at the time).

  5. Denis of Portugal Biography - King of Portugal | Pantheon

    Denis of Portugal is the 554th most popular writer (up from 585th in 2019), the 43rd most popular biography from Portugal (down from 40th in 2019) and the 4th most popular Portuguese Writer. Denis of Portugal is most famous for his victory over the Moors in the Battle of Ourique. Memorability Metrics.

  6. Dinis 'o Justo' de Portugal, I (1261 - 1325) - Genealogy - geni...

    About Dinis I o Justo, rei de Portugal. D. Dinis de Portugal, O Lavrador [1] (Lisboa, 9 de outubro de 1261 - Santarém, 7 de janeiro de 1325), foi Rei de Portugal e do Algarve de 1279 até sua morte. Era o filho mais velho do rei Afonso III de Portugal e sua segunda esposa Beatriz de Castela. Foi grande amante das artes e letras.

  7. Burial Place: Monastery of Saint Denis in Odivelas: "Sao Diniz A Odivelas," Lisboa, Lisboa District, Portugal. Sources . ↑ Denis I's biography on Wikipedia; ↑ Sao Dinis de Odivelas Article on Wikipedia. Acknowledgements . WikiTree profile Portugal-75 was created through the import of Acrossthepond.ged on 21 February 2011. More Genealogy Tools

  8. 10 Famous Portuguese Kings - Discover Walks Blog

    Denis of Portugal. King Denis statue at Coimbre University- Wikimedia Commons. The Farmer and Poet King, Denis, was the eldest son of Afonso III of Portugal and Beatrice of Castile. He took over the reins from his father in 1279 and ruled for over 46 years. He was educated at a court with French and Castilian cultural influences and became a ...

  9. 100 Portuguese Surnames Or Last Names With Meanings - MomJunction

    4. Almeida. It is a toponymic name for a person who lived in the town of Almeida in Portugal. Derived from the Arabic phrase ‘al maidah’, it means ‘a plateau’ or ‘table-top.’. Another origin of the name could be the Arabic phrase ‘al madina’ that means ‘the city.’. 5. Alto. It is the Portuguese word for ‘tall.’.

  10. Saint Elizabeth of Portugal | Biography, Feast Day, & Facts

    St. Elizabeth of Portugal, byname the Peacemaker or the Holy Queen, Portuguese Santa Isabel de Portugal, a Pacificadora or a Rainha Santa, (born c. 1271—died July 4, 1336, Estremoz, Portugal; canonized 1625; feast day July 4), daughter of Peter III of Aragon, wife of King Dinis (Denis) of Portugal. She was named for her great-aunt St. Elizabeth of Hungary and received a strict and pious ...

  11. Denis of Portugal - Wikimedia Commons

    Denis I, King of Portugal (Portuguese: Dinis or Diniz IPA [di'niʃ]), called o Lavrador (Portuguese: "the Farmer"), (October 9, 1261 in Lisbon – January 7, 1325 in ) was the sixth king of Portugal and Algarve. The eldest son of Afonso III of Portugal by his second wife, princess Beatrice of Castile, Dinis succeeded his father in 1279.