Portugal [PRT] - Dynasty of Aviz 1949 - Filipa de Lencastre, (Português: Filipa de Lencastre, 31 de março de 1360 - 19 de julho de 1415) foi uma rainha consorte de Portugal. Nascido na família real da Inglaterra, seu casamento com 1387 D. João I de Portugal garantiu a Aliança Anglo-Português (1373-1386) e produziu várias crianças que se tornaram conhecidos como a "Ilustre Generation" em Portugal.

Portugal [PRT] - Dynasty of Aviz 1949 - Filipa de Lencastre, (Português: Filipa…

Queen Maria I of the United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil and the Algarves - died in Rio de Janeiro 1816

Maria I of Portugal - Queen Maria wears a large Sévigné bodice ornament and ropes of pearls as another bodice ornament and a towering cap, feathers, and jewels.

LEONOR DE VISEU RAINHA DE PORTUGAL

Portuguese, Art History, Royal Families, Vice Versa, Reyes, 15th Century, Ancestry, Sadness, Grief

Dona Francisca, princess of Joinville, daughter of D. Pedro I and Empress Maria Leopoldina (Franz Xaver Winterhalter,  1846-1847/  Versalhes, France)

Portrait of Francisca Caroline Gonzaga de Bragança, princesse de Joinville Franz Xaver Winterhalter

SM a Rainha D. Maria I de Portugal, Brasil e Algarves (1734 - 1816). Foi a primeira rainha reinante indiscutível de Portugal. Editorial: Real Lidador Portugal Autor: Rui Miguel

Maria Francisca Isabel, Princess of Brazil by Francisco Vieira de Matos, 1753

Infanta Maria Anna of Portugal (1843–1884) married in Lisbon at the Belém Palace on 11 May 1859 to Prince George of Saxony. Despite their issues, they had eight children.the Infanta died from exhaustion, on 5 February 1884, before her husband became King.

Infanta Maria Anna of Portugal married in Lisbon at the Belém Palace on 11 May 1859 to Prince George of Saxony.the Infanta died from exhaustion, on 5 February before her husband became King.

ines de castro | Barbie Inês de Castro – Augustus | Portuguese Doll Convention

Barbie Inês de Castro – Augustus

ines de castro | Barbie Inês de Castro – Augustus | Portuguese Doll Convention

INÊS DE CASTRO (início do séc. XX) - Painel de azulejos do pintor, ceramista, ilustrador e caricaturista Jorge Colaço (1864-1942). Palácio Hotel do Buçaco.

INÊS DE CASTRO (início do séc. XX) - Painel de azulejos do pintor, ceramista, ilustrador e caricaturista Jorge Colaço (1864-1942). Palácio Hotel do Buçaco.

A story of forbidden love that takes place in 14th-century Portugal between Prince Peter I and Ines de Castro. Peter had already been married by his father. Still, this didn’t stop him and Ines from carrying on with a torrid love affair. The king ordered Ines’s assassination. Later, when Peter became king of Portugal, he asserted that he'd married Ines in secret and posthumously named her Queen Consort of Portugal. Peter had her corpse placed on the throne and made every courtier kiss her…

Juste d’Egmont, Louis II de Bourbon, prince de Condé © RMN – Grand Palais

When Prince Pedro of Portugal was married off in the 1300s, he only had eyes for his new wife's lady in waiting.

When Prince Pedro of Portugal was married off in the he only had eyes for his new wife& lady in waiting.

Inês de Castro with Her Children at the Feet of Afonso IV, King of Portugal, Seeking Clemency for Her Husband, Don Pedro, 1335

Inês de Castro, The Posthumous Queen

Inês de Castro with Her Children at the Feet of Afonso IV, King of Portugal, Seeking Clemency for Her Husband, Don Pedro, 1335

1852 rainha Dona Maria II de Portugal, possivelmente por Guglielmo Faija (coleção real) | Grandes senhoras | gogm

1852 Queen Dona Maria II of Portugal possibly by Guglielmo Faija (Royal collection)

Francisco Metrass (1825 - 1861), "Inês de Castro pressentindo os assassinos" (1855)

Francisco Metrass (1825 - 1861), "Inês de Castro pressentindo os assassinos" (1855)

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