A Monarquia Portuguesa 1521 - 1557 D. João III "O Piedoso" (6 Junho 1502 Lisboa-11 Junho 1557 Belém) Casou com D. Catarina de Áustria

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Joao III (1502 - 1557). King of Portugal from 1521 until his death in 1557. He married Catherine of Castile and children.

Joao III - King of Portugal from 1521 until his death in He married Catherine of Castile and children.

El-Rei D. João III de Portugal e dos Algarves (1502-1557) "O Piedoso". Casa Real: Avis Editorial: Real Lidador Portugal Autor: Rui Miguel

El-Rei D. João III de Portugal e dos Algarves por Cristóvão Lopes.

Joao Manuel of Portugal (1537 - 1554). Son of Joao III and Catherine of Austria. He married Joan of Spain and had one son.

John Manuel was a Portuguese infante, the eighth son of King John III of Portugal by his wife Catherine of Habsburg (House of Habsburg), daughter of Philip of Burgundy and Joanna of Castile. As the heir to the throne he was styled Prince of Portugal.

During King John III's reign,the Portuguese Empire established itself in South America,with the foundation of the twelve Captaincy Colonies of Brazil (1534 onwards).Each with its own donatary captain,the twelve colonies struggled independently.In 1549,John III established the Governorate General of Brazil,and the twelve captaincy colonies became subordinate to it.The first Governor-General appointed by John III, Tomé de Sousa,founded the city of Salvador, Bahia in 1549.

John III, King of Portugal, son of Queen Maria of Portugal, Nephew of Catherine of Aragon

Maria Manuela of Portugal (1527 - 1545). Daughter of Joao III and Catherine of Austria. She married Philip II and had one son.

María Manuela de Portugal, first wife of Felipe II, by Juan Pantoja de la Cruz. She was her husband's cousin. Her parents were Juan III de Portugal and Catalina de Austria, sister to Carlos V.

El-Rei D. João III de Portugal e dos Algarves (1502-1557) "O Piedoso". Casa Real: Avis Editorial: Real Lidador Portugal Autor: Rui Miguel

El-Rei D. João III de Portugal e dos Algarves (1502-1557) "O Piedoso". Casa Real: Avis Editorial: Real Lidador Portugal Autor: Rui Miguel

João III, enquanto Príncipe Herdeiro, no Tríptico dos Infantes; Mestre da Lourinhã, 1516. Nascido em Lisboa, era filho do rei Manuel I de Portugal ...e sua segunda esposa a infanta Maria de Aragão e Castela, tendo ascendido ao trono apenas com dezenove anos de idade.João III (Lisboa, 6 de junho de 1502 – Lisboa, 11 de junho de 1557), apelidado de "o Piedoso" e "o Colonizador", foi o Rei de Portugal e Algarves de 1521 até sua morte.

John III of Portugal from the Triptych of the Infantes by the Master of Lourinha, 1516


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