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  2. Saint Beatrice da Silva Meneses - Catholic News Agency

    St. Beatrice was born to Portuguese nobility in Cuerta, Portugal, in 1424. She was the daughter of the Count of Viana, and the sister of Saint Amadeus of Portugal. She was raised in the...

  3. Inside Princess Eugenie and her sister Beatrice’s ...

    PRINCESSES Beatrice and Eugenie are two of the more recognisable members of the Royal Family. And not only are the sisters very close in age, but it turns out that the siblings have an extremely ti…

  4. History of Portugal - Wikipedia

    Portugal traces its national origin to 24 June 1128, the date of the Battle of São Mamede. Afonso proclaimed himself Prince of Portugal after this battle and in 1139, he assumed the title King of Portugal. In 1143, the Kingdom of León recognised him as King of Portugal by the Treaty of Zamora.

  5. Family tree of German monarchs - Wikipedia

    Beatrice of Sicily 1326–1365: Rupert II 1325–1398 Elector Palatine Habsburg Wittelsbach: Sigismund 1427–1496 Archduke of Austria: Albert VI 1418–1463 Archduke of Austria: Frederick III the Peaceful 1415–1493 King of Germany r. 1440–1493 Holy Roman Emperor r. 1452–1493: Eleanor of Portugal 1434–1467: Margarete 1395–1447: Henry ...

  6. WI Peter of Castile (Pedro the Cruel) marries Philippa of ...

    Pedro of course is a very strong clamant to Portuguese throne in his own right, but he can further cement his claim by marrying Beatrice of Portugal to his son (who presumably should be born in early to mid 1370s roughly similarly to OTL Roger Mortimer birth date and thus ideally match Beatrice).

  7. Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha - Wikipedia

    Princess Louise of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg. Signature. Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (Franz August Karl Albert Emanuel; [1] 26 August 1819 – 14 December 1861) was the husband of Queen Victoria. As such, he was consort of the British monarch from their marriage on 10 February 1840 until his death in 1861.

  8. Portugal - Wikipedia

    In 1383, John I of Castile, husband of Beatrice of Portugal and son-in-law of Ferdinand I of Portugal, claimed the throne of Portugal. A faction of petty noblemen and commoners, led by John of Aviz (later King John I of Portugal) and commanded by General Nuno Álvares Pereira defeated the Castilians in the Battle of Aljubarrota .

  9. Beatriz Barbosa Fernandes (c.1492 - c.1521) - Genealogy

    Birthplace: Portugal. Death: circa 1521 (20-38) Sevilha, Andaluzia, Espanha. Immediate Family: Daughter of Diogo Ribeiro Barbosa and Maria Fernandes Caldera. Wife of Ferdinand Magellan, Navigator. Mother of Rodrigo de Magalhães; Carlos De Magalhaes; Francisco Ybardolaza; RODRIGO MAGALHAES and carlos MAGALHAES.

  10. Miguel da Paz, Prince of Portugal - Wikipedia,_Prince_of_Portugal

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  11. List of women writers (A–L) - Wikipedia–L)

    Beatrice of Nazareth (c. 1200–1268, Netherlands), Cistercian & early wr. in Dutch Louisa Beaufort (1781–1863, Ireland), wr. & antiquarian Fanny de Beauharnais (1737–1813, France), lady of letters & salonnière