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  2. Elizabeth of Portugal - Wikipedia

    Elizabeth of Aragon (Elisabet in Catalan, Isabel in Aragonese, Portuguese and Spanish; 1271 – 4 July 1336), more commonly known as Saint Elizabeth of Portugal, T.O.S.F., was queen consort of Portugal, a tertiary of the Franciscan Order and is venerated as a saint of the Catholic Church.

  3. 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 ...

  4. Saint Elizabeth of Portugal | Franciscan Media

    Saint Elizabeth of Portugal’s Story. Elizabeth is usually depicted in royal garb with a dove or an olive branch. At her birth in 1271, her father Pedro III, future king of Aragon, was reconciled with his father James, the reigning monarch. This proved to be a portent of things to come.

  5. St. Elizabeth of Portugal | EWTN

    St. Elizabeth of Portugal. Queen (sometimes known as the PEACEMAKER); born in 1271; died in 1336. She was named after her great-aunt, the great Elizabeth of Hungary, but is known in Portuguese history by the Spanish form of that name, Isabel. The daughter of Pedro III, King of Aragon, and Constantia, grandchild of Emperor Frederick II, she was ...

  6. St. Elizabeth of Portugal - Saints & Angels - Catholic Online

    Facts. Elizabeth was a Spanish princess who was given in marriage to King Denis of Portugal at the age of twelve. She was very beautiful and very lovable. She was also very devout, and went to Mass every day. Elizabeth was a holy wife, but although her husband was fond of her at first, he soon began to cause her great suffering.

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  7. The Miracle of the Roses – Portugal Things

    Queen Saint Elizabeth of Portugal. The Miracle of the Roses is the most famous of the many miracles credited to Queen Saint Elizabeth (Rainha Santa Isabel in Portuguese), also known as Elizabeth of Aragon. Born in 1271 in Zaragoza, Aragon, Elizabeth has always been enthusiastic about her faith. Elizabeth of Aragon became Elizabeth of Portugal ...

  8. Portugal - Reconquista, Cortes, Algarve, and Leiria | Britannica

    In 1297 the Treaty of Alcañices with Castile confirmed Portugal’s possession of the Algarve and provided for an alliance between Portugal and Castile. The mother of Dinis’s son, the future Afonso IV (1325–57), was Isabel, daughter of Peter III of Aragon. This remarkable woman, later canonized as St. Elizabeth of Portugal and popularly ...

  9. Saint Elisabeth of Portugal - The Collection - Museo Nacional ...

    Elisabeth of Portugal. Ca. 1635. Oil on canvas. Room 010A. Born as princess of Aragon in 1271, the daughter of Peter III "the Great" and grand-daughter of James I "the Conqueror" married King Dinis of Portugal in 1293 and became queen of the country. Like her great-aunt Saint Elizabeth of Hungary, with whom her iconography is often confused ...

  10. Elizabeth of Portugal: 'For, In Her Is A Spirit Intelligent ...

    Princess Elizabeth (Isabel) of Aragon, who became the queen of King Dinis of Portugal, and ultimately was raised to the honors of the altar as St. Elizabeth of Portugal, was born in Saragossa, Spain, around 1271. The daughter of King Pedro III of Aragon and Queen Constanza, she was named for her great-aunt St. Elizabeth of Hungary.

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