Pedro and Ines rest hopefully in peace in the beautiful Monastery of Alcobaca, their matched tombs inscribed with the words "Até o fim do mundo..." or "Until the end of the world..." Peter I of Portugal, 14th century fell in love with his wife's lady in waiting, father had her assassinated (after 4 children): when Peter became king, Legend is he had Inês' body exhumed, placed upon a throne, dressed in rich robes and jewels, requiring all of his vassals to kiss the hand of the deceased…

Day 6: The Corpse Bride of Portugal

The Corpse Bride of Portugal. In the young Ines de Castro met Pedro when…

King Pedro I of Portugal & Ines De Castro; Inês de Castro was Spanish nobility, born around 1320 AD. She lived until she was 35 years of age. She died young, she died while she was still beautiful, still radiant – and she died at the hands of assassins sent by the Portuguese Royal Family.

Ines De Castro - Crowned Portugal Queen After Death

The 6 Most Tragic Love Stories in History Ines de Castro and King Pedro Queen Victoria and Prince Albert Andrew Jackson and Rachel Donelson Heloise and Abelard Shah Jahan and Mumtaz Mahal

(1) Inês de Castro; Queen after death. Inês Pérez de Castro (ca. 1320-1355) was the daughter of the powerful Pedro Fernandes de Castro, an illegitimate grandson of King Sancho IV of Castile. She arrived in Portugal in 1340 as a lady-in-waiting to her cousin, Infanta Constança of Castile, who was to marry the heir to the Portuguese throne, Dom Pedro (son of King Dom Afonso IV).

Queen after death. Inês Pérez de Castro (ca.

D. Pedro I, King of Portugal tomb - Mosteiro de Alcobaça

Tomb by Teresa Soares on

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File:King Pedro I (Peter I) of Portugal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ines de Castro (1325 - 1355). Mistress and possible wife of Pedro I of Portugal. They had three children. he may have married her 1354, and his father had her murdered a year later. Pedro declared their marriage legal when he became king and declared her his queen.

Ines de Castro - Mistress and possible wife of Pedro I of Portugal. They had three children. he may have married her and his father had her murdered a year later. Pedro declared their marriage legal when he became king and declared her his queen.

(4) The news of Inês' death drove Pedro into a fury. As soon as he was crowned in 1357, King Dom Pedro I recovered two of Inês' assassins and he had them tortured and executed: from one of the men the heart was ripped out of the body through his back, and from the other, the heart was pulled out through the chest. Peter later had Inês' body exhumed and placed upon a throne, dressed in rich robes and jewels, requiring all of his vassals to kiss the hand of the deceased "queen".

JGT Post Submitted by date-in-december (King Peter I of Portugal has Inês de Castro’s body (she was murdered) exhumed and crowned her Queen of Portugal, forcing the clergy and nobility to kiss the bones of her hands)

Dead Ines de Castro was crowned here, in the Church of Santa Cruz (Holy Cross) in Coimbra. Portugal.

Ines de Castro: Coronation of the Dead Queen

Ines de Castro was crowned here, in the Church of Santa Cruz (Holy Cross) in Coimbra. This church is at the end of a beautiful street in Coimbra where I had the most delicious lunch at a nice little cafe.

El amor más allá de la muerte; Ines de Castro, la reina póstuma

El amor más allá de la muerte; Ines de Castro, la reina póstuma

Tomb of Ines de Castro at the church of the monastery at Alcobaca, Portugal

The road south

Tomb of Ines de Castro at the church of the monastery at Alcobaca, Portugal

Felicia Hemans-- "The Coronation of Inez de Castro" (1830)

Inês de Castro: The Queen Who Was Crowned After Death

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