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  2. Inês de Castro - Wikipediaês_de_Castro

    Inês de Castro (Portuguese pronunciation: [iˈneʒ dɨ ˈkaʃtɾu]; in Castilian: Inés; 1325 – 7 January 1355) was a Galician noblewoman and courtier, best known as lover and posthumously-recognized wife of King Peter I of Portugal. The dramatic circumstances of her relationship with Peter (at the time Prince of Portugal), which was ...

  3. Inês De Castro: The macabre tale of the 'skeleton queen' - BBC

    Inês's most recent high-profile outing – Inês de Castro, a historical novel by the Portuguese writer Isabel Stilwell, published last October – certainly aims to give her influence.

  4. Inês de Castro | mistress of Peter I of Portugal | Britannica

    Inês de Castro, (born 1323?—died Jan. 7, 1355, Coimbra, Port.), mistress, before his accession, of Peter (Pedro) I of Portugal. She was famous because of her tragic death, which was related by such writers and poets as Luís de Camões, Luís Vélez de Guevara, and Henri de Montherlant.

  5. Inês de Castro: Portugal’s Only Posthumous Queen - Google ...

    Born in 1325, Inês was the daughter of Pedro Fernández de Castro, Lord of Lemos and Sarria, and his noble Portuguese mistress Aldonça Lourenço de Valadares. Her family descended both from the...

  6. The story and legend of Pedro and Ines – Portugal Things

    Inês de Castro was a Galician noblewoman born in 1320 (or 1325), daughter of D. Pedro Fernandes de Castro, one of the most powerful men of Castile’s kingdom. He, therefore, came from an important and ambitious family, both in Portugal and in Castile.

  7. História de Inês de castro, um dos maiores Romances ...

    Inês de Castro (com nascimento em 1325 e morte em 1355) foi uma figura muito importante da região de Castela, na Espanha, como uma nobre dama. Por ter feito parte da corte de Constança, Após a sua ida a Portugal, a fim de casar-se com Pedro, então filho do rei Afonso IV.

  8. Tomb of Inês de Castro – Alcobaça, Portugal - Atlas Obscura

    The tomb of Ines de Castro at the Monastery of Alcobaca. The passionate but ill-fated love affair of Pedro, crown prince of Portugal, and his wife’s lady-in-waiting is the stuff of both bodice ...