Afonso IV [a] ( Portuguese pronunciation: [ɐˈfõsu]; 8 February 1291 – 28 May 1357), called the Brave (Portuguese: o Bravo ), was King of Portugal from 1325 until his death in 1357. He was the only legitimate son of King Denis of Portugal and Elizabeth of Aragon . Early life [ edit]
Afonso IV was the son of King Dinis and of Isabella, daughter of Peter II of Aragon. Afonso resented his father’s generosity toward two illegitimate sons and in 1320 demanded to be given power, remaining in open revolt until May 1322. His mother reconciled them, but the conflict broke out again.
D. Afonso IV é lembrado como um comandante militar corajoso, daí o cognome de Bravo. A sua maior contribuição a nível económico e administrativo foi a importância dada ao desenvolvimento da marinha portuguesa. D. Afonso IV subsidiou a construção de uma marinha mercante e financiou as primeiras viagens de exploração Atlântica.
Afonso IV of Portugal was born on February 8, 1291, in Lisbon, Portugal. Although King Dinis’ only legitimate son, Afonso resented his father’s preference for his illegitimate son, Afonso Sanches. As Afonso aged, his resentment towards Dinis turned into open hostility. The prince suspected that his father wanted to replace him with his brother.
Afonso IV  ( ɐˈfõsu; 8 February 1291 – 28 May 1357), called the Brave ( Portuguese: o Bravo ), was the seventh king of Portugal and the Algarve from 1325 until his death. He was the only son that King Denis of Portugal had with his wife Elizabeth of Aragon.
Afonso IV, O Bravo ( Lisboa, 8 de fevereiro de 1291 – Lisboa, 28 de maio de 1357 ), foi o Rei do Reino de Portugal e Algarve s de 1325 até sua morte em 1357 com 66 anos. Era um dos filhos do rei Dinis I e da sua esposa Isabel de Aragão (canonizada como Santa Isabel).
When Afonso IV became king in 1325, Afonso Sanches was exiled to Castile.In 1309, Afonso IV married princess Beatrice, daughter of king Sancho IV of Castile by his wife Maria de Molina. The first-born of this union, princess Maria of Portugal, married king Alfonso XI of Castile in 1328, at the same time that the Portuguese heir, Pedro (I), was ...
Afonso I, also called Afonso Henriques, byname Afonso the Conqueror, Portuguese Afonso o Conquistador, (born 1109/11, Guimarães, Port.—died Dec. 6, 1185, Coimbra), the first king of Portugal (1139–85), who conquered Santarém and Lisbon from the Muslims (1147) and secured Portuguese independence from Leon (1139).
King Afonso IV of Portugal, Peter's father, disliked Inês's influence on his son and waited for their mutual infatuation to wear off, but it did not. The Coronation of Inês de Castro in 1361, by Pierre-Charles Comte. Constance of Castile died in 1349.
Who succeeded him as Afonso V, King of Portugal. Infanta Maria: 7 December 1432: 8 December 1432: Died in infancy. Infante Ferdinand: 17 November 1433: 18 September 1470: Duke of Viseu. He was declared heir to his brother Afonso V for two brief periods, and therefore used the style of Prince instead of Infante. He was the father of future king ...