El-Rei D. Afonso Henriques I de Portugal (1139-1185). A Casa de Borgonha, conhecida como a Dinastia Afonsina, foi a casa de fundação do Reino de Portugal. A casa real que iria Reinar Portugal por mais de dois séculos.

Dom Afonso tambem chamado "O Conquistador" - Primeiro Rei de Portugal (nicknamed "the Conqueror", was the first King of Portugal.

Portuguese fourth flag was introduced by our fifth king Afonso III in 1248. This flag was also used by the next kings until the end of the Burgundy dinasty until the ninth king in 1383. This flag introduced the 16 castles bordering the five "Quinas". Contrary to what is common believe, this has nothing to do with castles conquered to the Moors in the Algarve. The reason Afonso III introduced the castels was because his mother was Castilian.

Portuguese fourth flag was introduced by our fifth king Afonso III in This…

Bandeira portuguesa ( 1385-1485)

With the rise to power of João I and the start of the Avis dynasty in 1383 came the fifth flag that reduced the number of castles to 12 and introduced the fleur de liz, the symbol of the Avis Order.

Beautiful Portuguese first flag from 1081 with count Henry of Burgundy to 1128-43 with his son and first king of Portugal Afonso Henriques or Afonso I.

Beautiful Portuguese first flag from 1081 with count Henry of Burgundy to with his son and first king of Portugal Afonso Henriques or Afonso I.

Portuguese second flag used between 1143 and 1185 in the last years of king Afonso Henriques rule, after the official recognition of the Portuguese independence.

this was the second national flag used in Portugal,now as Kingdom of Portugal.introduced by Afonso I in Portuguese Flag 1143

The sixth flag was introduced by the thirteenth king João II and would last until his son king Manuel I demise in 1495. The blue five quinas were redesigned, they are now all placed vertically and with only five dots inside. The number of castles was reduced to 8. Later that number would be further reduced to the actual 7 castles.

The last portuguese flag/banner which i submitted here lasted 100 years.then,João I's great-grandson João II restyled it, in introducing im.

This is one person that never gets talked about Geraldo The Fearless he would cut the heads off the enemy you would also concur the Moors castles and give it back to the first king of Portugal

This is one person that never gets talked about Geraldo The Fearless he would cut the heads off the enemy you would also concur the Moors castles and give it back to the first king of Portugal

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