Elizabeth of Portugal was a queen consort of Portugal who is venerated as a saint in the Roman Catholic Church. She was the daughter of Infante Peter III and Constance of Sicily, and the sister of Alfonso II and James II of Aragon and Frederick III of Sicily. She married King Denis of Portugal in 1281 and converted him with her piety and patience. She intervened in Portuguese politics and peacekeeping, and founded a Poor Clares convent in Coimbra.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elizabeth_of_Portugal
Elizabeth of Portugal was a queen consort of Portugal who is venerated as a saint in the Roman Catholic Church. She was the daughter of Infante Peter III and Constance of Sicily, and the sister of Alfonso II and James II of Aragon and Frederick III of Sicily. She married King Denis of Portugal in 1281 and converted him with her piety and patience. She intervened in Portuguese politics and peacekeeping, and founded a Poor Clares convent in Coimbra.
St. Elizabeth of Portugal, (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 education.
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.
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.
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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.
Saint Elisabeth of Portugal - The Collection - Museo Nacional del Prado. 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 ...
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Elizabeth of Portugal (1271–1336) Saint and queen of Portugal. Name variations: Isabel or Isabella of Aragon; Isabella of Portugal. Born in 1271 in Aragon; died on July 4, 1336, in Estremos, Portugal; interred in Coimbra; daughter of Pedro also known as Peter III, king of Aragon, and Constance of Sicily (r. 1282–1302); grandniece of ...
Elizabeth of Aragon ( Elisabet in Catalan, Isabel in Aragonese, Portuguese and Spanish; 1271 – 4 July 1336), more commonly known as Elizabeth of Portugal, was queen consort of Portugal who is venerated as a saint in the Roman Catholic Church. Oops something went wrong: 403
St. Elizabeth was buried at Coimbra, and miracles followed her death. She was canonized by Urban VIII in 1625, and her feast is kept on 4 July. APA citation. Capes, F. (1909). St. Elizabeth of Portugal. In The Catholic Encyclopedia. New York: Robert Appleton Company. http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/05391a.htm MLA citation. Capes, Florence. "St.