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  2. John, Duke of Valencia de Campos - Wikipedia

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    John, Duke of Valencia de Campos John of Portugal ( Portuguese: João [ʒuˈɐ̃w̃] ), occasionally surnamed Castro [2] (1352 – c. 1396 ), was the eldest surviving son of King Peter I of Portugal by his mistress Inês de Castro. He was a potential but unsuccessful contender for the Portuguese throne during the 1383–85 crisis of succession. Contents

  3. John of Castile, Lord of Valencia de Campos - Wikipedia

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    Not to be confused with Infante John, Duke of Valencia de Campos. John of Castile, called the "el de Tarifa" ( Spanish: Juan de Castilla "el de Tarifa"; 1262–25 June 1319) was an infante of Castile and León. He was engaged in a decades-long fight for control over the Lordship of Biscay with Diego López V de Haro, the uncle of his wife. Contents

  4. John, Duke of Valencia de Campos - Wikiwand

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    Duke of Valencia de Campos Lord of Alba de Tormes: Born: 1352 [1] Coimbra, Kingdom of Portugal: Died: c. 1396 Salamanca, Crown of Castile: Buried: Convent of San Esteban, Salamanca: Family: Portuguese House of Burgundy: Spouses: Maria Tellez de Meneses (m. 1376, d. 1379) Constance, Lady of Alba de Tormes (m. c. 1380) Issue more... Ferdinand, Lord of Eça: Father

  5. John, Duke of Valencia de Campos - INFOGALACTIC

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    John of Portugal ( Portuguese pronunciation: [ʒuˈɐ̃w̃]; Portuguese: João) (1349–1397) was the son of the Portuguese King Peter I and a Galician noblewoman named Inês de Castro who had arrived in Portugal as a maid of Infanta Constance of Castile, recently married to Pedro I (royal heir at the time). Contents [ hide ] 1 Background 2 Life 3 Issue

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  8. John, Duke of Valencia de Campos - Wikipedia

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    Duke of Valencia de Campos Lord of Alba de Tormes: Born: 1352 Coimbra, Kingdom of Portugal: Died: c. 1396 Salamanca, Crown of Castile: Buried: Convent of San Esteban, Salamanca: Family: Portuguese House of Burgundy: Spouses: Maria Tellez de Meneses (m. 1376, d. 1379) Constance, Lady of Alba de Tormes (m. c. 1380) Issue more... Ferdinand, Lord of Eça: Father

  9. John of Portugal, Duke of Valencia de Campos - Wikimedia

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  10. Infante John, Duke of Valencia de Campos - Background

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    The status of John I as Infante of Portugal is a debatable subject. Some historians consider him a natural son of Peter I, and so assert that the title 'Infante of Portugal' could not be attributed to him.

  11. Valencia de Don Juan - Wikipedia

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    Valencia de Don Juan is a municipality located in the province of León, Castile and León, Spain. In 2013, the municipality had a population of 5,199. Originally, Valencia de Don Juan was named Comeniaca and Castrum Covianca in Roman times. In the High Middle Ages, it appeared as Cives Quoianka and Coyanza or Coyança. This lasted until the thirteenth century in which it was changed by Valencia de Campos, before renamed to the current name after its first lord and duke, Infante John of ...