Letter from Henry VIII to Anne Boleyn, ending with the still-mysterious message: "B.N.R.I. de R.O.M.V.E.Z"

Tender love letter--- In Henry VIII’s letters to Anne Boleyn, sequestered in the Vatican, contains these lines:“Mine own Sweetheart……… Wherever I am, I am yours………. Written by the hand of him who is, and always will be yours….

Bartolomeu Dias (Portuguese) Anglicized: Bartholomew Diaz; c. 1451 – 29 May 1500 [1]), a nobleman of the Portuguese royal household, was a Portuguese explorer. He sailed around the southernmost tip of Africa in 1488, the first European known to have done so.

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Bartholomew Diaz is the first Portuguese European to see the cape of Good Hope, helping find the southeastern water route between western Europe and Asia

Sancho II (1209 - 1248). King of Portugal from 1223 to 1247. He was so focused on military campaigns that he neglected political matters. He was removed from power in 1247 and replaced with his younger brother. He married Mecia Lopes de Haro, but had no children.

Sancho II - Son of Afonso II and Urraca of Castile. He married Mecia Lopes de Haro but had no children.

The marriage of King Joao of Portugal and Philippa of Lancaster.

Casamento João I e Filipa Lencastre.Queen of Portugal.Born into the royal family of England, her marriage secured the Anglo-Portuguese Alliance

Jõao II (1477; 1481-1495)

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Statues of Lusitanian warriors in the National Archaeology Museum in Lisbon, Portugal / Shadowgate/ Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic

Statues of Lusitanian warriors in the National Archaeology Museum in Lisbon, Portugal / Shadowgate/ Creative Commons Attribution Generic

Tríos, prostitución y sacerdotes: una exposición desmonta los mitos del sexo en la Edad Media | 20minutos.es

Threesomes, prostitution and priests: an exhibition dismantles the myths of sex in the Middle Ages

Manuel I (1495-1521) The Fortunate

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Pedro I (1357-1367) The Just

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AfonsoII (1212-1223) O Gordo

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Jõao I (1385-1433) The Good The House of Aviz, known as the Joanine Dynasty, succeeded the House of Burgundy as the reigning house of the Kingdom of Portugal. The house was founded by John I of Portugal, who was the Grand Master of the Order of Aviz

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Afonso V (1438-1477; 1477-1481) The African

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