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Dulcía de Aragón, reina consorte de Portugal

Also Known As: "La Reiene de Portugal", "Dolça", "Dulce Berenguer", "Dulcia", "Aldonza", "Dolce de Aragao", "Infanta de Aragão"
Birthdate: (38)
Death: Died in Coimbra, Portugal
Cause of death: peste e enfraquecida pelos partos sucessivos
Place of Burial: Coimbra, Portugal
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Ramon Berenguer IV the Saint, Count of Barcelona; <private> Berenguer IV; Petronila Ramírez, reina de Aragón and <private> de Aragon
Wife of Rei Sancho i and Sancho I the Populator, King of Portugal
Ex-wife of <private> de Portugal
Mother of Urraca de Castela; Santa Teresa de Portugal, Queen consort of Leon; <private> de Portugal; Afonso II the Fat, King of Portugal; <private> de Portugal and 18 others
Sister of Pedro, infante de Aragón; Alfonso II el Casto, rey de Aragón; Raimond Bérenger III, comte de Provence and Sanç I d'Aragó, comte de Cerdanya
Half sister of Ramón Berenguer de Barcelona, arzobispo de Narbona

Occupation: Hertuginne av Mecklenburg, Dronning, Infanta de Aragao, Nun, Rainha de Portugal, Infanta de Aragón, infanta de Aragon, Född prinsessa av Aragon (Spanien), Rainha de
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Dulce Berenguer From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Dulce Berenguer, Princess of Aragon, Queen Consort of Portugal (1152–1198) was first daughter of Ramon Berenguer IV, Count of Barcelona and Petronila of Aragon. She was also the wife of Sancho I of Portugal. [edit]Queen of Portugal

In 1174 she was married to then Prince Sancho as part of an arrangement to secure an alliance between Aragon and Portugal by her brother Alfonso II of Aragon. With her husband's ascent to the throne in 1185, she became Queen Consort.


Dulce grep aldri inn i statsanliggender, men la an på å være en god hustru og var et mønster av en mor. Hun fikk ikke mindre enn 11 barn. Hennes ben hviler i Santa Cruz de Coimbra.65

65 Dansk Biografisk Leksikon, Bind 2 (1933), side 418. Erich Brandenburg: Die Nachkommen Karls des Grossen, Leipzig 1935.

    Mogens Bugge: Våre forfedre, nr. 1000. Odd F. Fladstad: Jøran Willumsdatter Søegaard .. og deres aner, side 46, 126. Bent
    og Vidar Billing Hansen: Rosensverdslektens forfedre, side 25, 57.

Infanta doña DULCIA de Aragón ([1160-Coimbra 1 Sep 1198, bur Church of the Cross Coimbra). The "Corónicas" Navarras name (in order) "don Pedro…el rey don Alfonso, que ovo nombre Remón Belenguer et el conte don Pedro de Provença et el conte don Sancho et a la muller del rey don Sancho de Portugal" as the children of the "conte de Barçalona…en esta su muller [dona Peyronela]", stating that the first named Pedro died in Huesca[175]. The Gestis Comitum Barcinonensium records the marriage of "unam filiam…Dulciam [=Raimundi Berengarii quarti]" and "Regi Sancio Portugallensi"[176]. The De Rebus Hispaniæ of Rodericus Ximenes records the marriage of "Sancius" and "Dulcem filiam Raimundi Comitis Barcinonæ et Urracæ [error for Petronillæ] Aragonensis"[177]. m (1175) Infante dom SANCHO Martino de Portugal, son of dom AFONSO I King of Portugal & his wife Mathilde de Savoie (Coimbra 11 Nov 1154-Coimbra 26 Mar 1212, bur Church of the Cross Coimbra). He succeeded his father 1185 as dom SANCHO I “o Pobledor” King of Portugal.


Queen Dulcia

Reference Book: He 156.

Dronning Dulcia (--?--) av Aragon was born at Aragon. She died at Portugal. She married Konge Sanco I Alfonsosen Portugal, son of Konge Alfonso I Henriksen Portugal and Dronning Mathilde (--?--) av Savoie.

Konge Sanco Alfonsosen Portugal was Konge av Portugal. He married Dronning Dulcia (--?--) av Aragon. He was born before 1154 at Portugal. He died in 1211 at Portugal. He 156.


Dulce of Aragon From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to:navigation, search Dulce of Aragon[1] Queen consort of Portugal Dulce of Aragon Spouse Sancho I of Portugal Issue Teresa, Queen of Leon Infanta Sancha, Lady of Alenquer Infanta Constança Infante Afonso (later Afonso II) Infante Pedro, Count of Urgell Infante Fernando, Count of Flanders Infanta Branca, Lady of Guadalajara Berengária, Queen of Denmark Mafalda, Queen of Castile Mother Petronila of Aragon Born 1160 Died 1198

Dulce of Aragon[1] or of Barcelona (1160–1198) was the wife of King Sancho I of Portugal. She was the eldest daughter of Ramon Berenguer IV, Count of Barcelona and his wife, Queen Petronila of Aragon. [edit] Queen of Portugal

Dulce was married to Prince Sancho in 1174, an event that renewed the alliance between Portugal and her native Aragon. The union was arranged by her brother, King Alfonso II of Aragon. With her husband's ascent to the throne in 1185, she became Queen consort. [edit] Children of Sancho and Dulce Name Birth Death Notes Teresa 1181 1250 Married to King Alfonso IX of Leon Raymond c. 1180 1189 Sancha a. 1182 13 March 1229 Abbess of Lorvão in Penacova Constance c. 1182 3 August 1202 Afonso II 23 April 1185 25 March 1223 Succeeded Sancho I of Portugal as 3rd King of Portugal Peter 23 February 1187 2 June 1258 Count of Urgell and Lord of the Balearic Islands, lived in León and married Countess Aurembiaix of Urgell Ferdinand 24 March 1188 4 March 1233 Lived in France and married Jeanne of Flanders Henry 1189 1189 Branca c. 1192 1240 Lady of Guadalajara Berengária c. 1195 1221 Married to King Valdemar II of Denmark Mafalda c. 1198 1256 Married to King Henry I of Castile Preceded by Maud of Savoy Queen consort of Portugal 1185 - 1198 Succeeded by Urraca, princess of Castile [show] v • d • e Infantas of Aragon 1st Generation Sancha, Countess of Urgell · Infanta Urraca · Teresa, Countess of Provence 2nd Generation none 3rd Generation Infanta Isabella · Petronila 4th Generation Dulce, Queen of Portugal 5th Generation Constance, Holy Roman Empress · Eleanor, Countess of Toulouse · Infanta Dulce 6th Generation Infanta Sancha 7th Generation Violant, Queen of Castile · Constance, Infanta Juan Manuel of Castile · Infanta Sancha · Isabella, Queen of France · Infanta Maria · Infanta Eleanor 8th Generation Elizabeth, Queen of Portugal · Yolanda, Duchess of Calabria · Sancha, Queen of Naples* · Infanta Isabella* · Infanta Blanca of Ayerbe · Teresa, Lady of Fraga 9th Generation Maria, Infanta Peter of Castile · Constance, Duchess of Peñafiel · Isabella, Duchess of Austria · Infanta Blanca · Violante, Lady of Segorbe · Constance, Princess of Antioch** · Elisabeth, Duchess of Bavaria** · Infanta Catherine** · Margaret, Countess Palatine of the Rhine** · Beatrice, Lady of Marchena · Maria, Countess of Ampurias · Infanta Teresa of Jérica · Infanta Constanza of Ayerbe · Maria, Laby of Ayerbe 10th Generation Constance, Queen of Majorca · Infanta Isabella · Eleanor, Queen of Cyprus · Juana, Infanta Fernando Manuel of Castile · Blanca, Countess of Cardona · Eleanor, Queen of Aragon** · Beatrice, Countess Palatine of the Rhine** · Infanta Constance** · Infanta Euphemia** · Infanta Violante** · Blanca, Countess of Ampurias** · Eleonor, Countess of Caltabellotta** · Infanta Constance** · Isabella, Marchioness of Montferrat* · Infanta Esclaramunda* · Alice, Countess of Ibelin* · Beatrice, Lady of Cocentaina · Ventura, Viscountess of Illa and Canet · Elsa, Lady of Almonacid · Juana, Countess of Carrión 11th Generation Constance, Queen of Sicily · Joanna, Countess of Ampurias · Infanta Maria · Infanta Beatrice · Eleanor, Queen of Castile · Isabella, Countess of Urgell · Isabella, Countess of Cardona · Infanta Blanca of Ribagorza · Joanna, Countess of Cardona · Violante, Countess of Prades · Infanta Joanna of Prades · Infanta Constance of Prades · Infanta Eleanor of Prades · Timbor, Viscountess of Cabrera · Infanta Eleanor of Ampurias · Mary of Sicily** 12th Generation Joanna, Countess of Foix · Yolande, Duchess of Anjou · Infanta Eleanor · Infanta Antonia · Infanta Margaret · Infanta Beatrice of Urgell · Infanta Eleanor of Urgell · Cecilia, Countess of Modica · Infanta Isabella of Urgell · Infanta Eleanor of Prades · Infanta Isabella of Prades · Joanna, Countess of Prades · Margarida, Queen of Aragon · Infanta Timbor of Prades 13th Generation Isabella of Urgell, Duchess of Coimbra · Eleanor, Princess of Salerno · Joanna, Countess of Cardona · Infanta Catherine of Urgell 14th Generation Maria, Queen of Castile · Eleanor, Queen of Portugal 15th Generation Blanche II of Navarre · Infanta Maria · Eleanor of Navarre · Joanna, Queen of Naples 16th Generation Isabella, Queen of Portugal · Joanna · Maria, Queen of Portugal · Catherine, Queen of England 17th Generation Eleanor, Queen of France · Isabella, Queen of Denmark-Norway · Mary, Queen of Hungary · Catherine, Queen of Portugal

  • also a princess of Majorca
    • also a princess of Sicily

[show] v • d • e Infantas of Portugal by marriage The generations indicate descent form Afonso I, and continues through the House of Aviz, the House of Habsburg through Isabella of Portugal, and the House of Braganza through Infanta Catherine, Duchess of Braganza. 1st Generation Infanta Dulce Berenguer of Aragon 2nd Generation Infanta Urraca of Castile and León • Aurembiaix, Countess of Urgell • Jeanne, Countess of Flanders 3rd Generation Matilda II, Countess of Boulogne • Doña Sancha Fernández de Lara 4th Generation Infanta Violante Manuel of Castile and León 5th Generation Infanta Beatrice of Castile and León 6th Generation Infanta Blanca of Castile and León • Infanta Constance of Castile and León • Doña Inês Pérez de Castro 7th Generation Doña Maria Teles de Menezes • Doña Constance de Trastámara, Lady of Alba de Tormes • Doña Juana de Trastámara, Lady of Cifuentes 8th Generation Infanta Eleanor of Aragon • Infanta Isabella of Aragon, Countess of Urgell • Doña Isabella of Braganza 9th Generation Charlotte, Queen of Cyprus • Infanta Beatriz of Portugal* 10th Generation Infanta Leonor of Portugal* • Isabella, Princess of Asturias 11th Generation Isabella, Princess of Asturias • Doña Guiomar de Coutinho, 5th Countess of Marialva and 3rd Countess of Loulé • Doña Isabella of Braganza 12th Generation Infanta Joan of Spain, Archduchess of Austria 13th Generation Countess Emilia of Nassau^ • Doña Luísa Osório^ 14th Generation Princess Élisabeth of France** 15th Generation Princess Marie Françoise Élisabeth of Savoy 16th Generation none 17th Generation Infanta Mariana Victoria of Spain 18th Generation none 19th Generation Infanta Benedita of Portugal* • Infanta Carlota Joaquina of Spain 20th Generation Archduchess Maria Leopoldina of Austria • Princess Amélie de Beauharnais • Princess Adelaide of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg 21st Generation Princess Elisabeth of Thurn and Taxis • Princess Maria Theresa of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg • Princess Maria Amalia of the Two Sicilies** • Infanta Maria Cristina of Spain** 22nd Generation Princess Maria Pia of Savoy • Miss Anita Stewart Morris • Princess Francisca of Orléans-Braganza 23rd Generation Princess Amélie d'Orléans • Nevada Stoody Hayes^ • Isabel de Herédia 24th Generation Princess Augusta Victoria of Hohenzollern

  • also an Infanta of Portugal by birth
    • also an infanta of Spain

^position as infanta not accepted

  • **also an imperial princess of Brazil by marriage

[edit] References

  1. ^ a b Josefina and María Dolores Mateu Ibars (1980): Colectánea paleográfica de la Corona de Aragón: Siglo IX-XVIII. Universitat Barcelona, p. 617. ISBN 978-84-7528-694-5:

Dulce grep aldri inn i statsanliggender, men la an på å være en god hustru og var et mønster av en mor. Hun fikk ikke mindre enn 11 barn. Hennes ben hviler i Santa Cruz de Coimbra.65

65 Dansk Biografisk Leksikon, Bind 2 (1933), side 418. Erich Brandenburg: Die Nachkommen Karls des Grossen, Leipzig 1935. Mogens Bugge: Våre forfedre, nr. 1000. Odd F. Fladstad: Jøran Willumsdatter Søegaard .. og deres aner, side 46, 126. Bent og Vidar Billing Hansen: Rosensverdslektens forfedre, side 25, 57.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dulce_of_Aragon


Leo: Europäische Stammtafeln, J.A. Stargardt Verlag, Marburg, Schwennicke, Detlev (Ed.), Reference: II 70.

Leo: Gens Nostra , Reference: 1991 500.

Leo: Europäische Stammtafeln, Band II, Frank Baron Freytag von Loringhoven, 1975, Isenburg, W. K. Prinz von, Reference: Page 45, 53.


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Dulce of Aragon[a][b][3] (or of Barcelona;[4] European Portuguese: [ˈduɫs(ɨ) dɨ äɾɐˈgɐ̃ːw̃, ˈduɫs(ɨ) d(ɨ) bäɾs(ɨ)ˈlʊ̃(ː)nɐ]; 1160 – 1 September 1198) was Queen consort to King Sancho I of Portugal. As the eldest daughter of Ramon Berenguer IV, Count of Barcelona and his wife, Queen Petronila of Aragon, she was the sister of the future King Alfonso II of Aragon.

Her bethrothal to infante Sancho, son of Afonso Henriques, the first king of Portugal, was celebrated when she was eleven years old and the marriage in 1174.[5][4] Not much is known about her life prior to her arrival in Portugal or of the wedding tokens she received upon her marriage.[6]

"A beautiful and excellent lady, quiet and modest, her personality coinciding with her name,"[c] Dulce was used as a commodity to seal an alliance which aimed to "strengthen Portugal and to contain the expansionism of Castile and León" and she played the role that was expected of her as a wife and as the mother of numerous children".[2][8] At the same time, the marriage compensated for the broken engagement of her husband's sister, Infanta Mafalda with her brother, the future king Alfonso II of Aragon.[2] With the death of King Afonso Henriques in 1185, her husband ascended the throne and she became Queen consort of Portugal. In his first will, executed in 1188, her husband gave her the income from Alenquer, of the lands along the banks of the Vouga River, of Santa Maria da Feira and of Oporto.[6]

Dulce did not live long after the birth of her last two daughters, Branca and Berengaria, probably twins, and died in 1198 probably succumbing to the plague and weakened by the successive childbirths. She was buried in the Monastery of Santa Cruz in Coimbra.[9]

Contents [show] Issue[edit] Eleven children were born from her marriage to King Sancho, nine of whom reached adulthood:

Theresa (1175/1176 – 18 June 1250),[2][6] she became the wife of King Alfonso IX of León and was beatified in 1705; Sancha (1180 – 13 March 1229),[10] founded the Monastery of Celas near Coimbra where she lived until her death. Her sister Theresa arranged for her burial at the Monastery of Lorvão. She was beatified by Pope Clement XI in 1705, the same year as Theresa;[11] Constanza (May 1182 – 3 August 1202).She must have died before 1186 since her name is not registered in any of the documents of the chancellery of Sancho I which begins in that year";[6] [d] Afonso (23 April 1186[12] – 25 March 1223), succeeded his father as the third king of Portugal; Raymond (1187/88 – 9 March bef. 1188/89), who died in infancy;[12][e] Peter (23 February 1187[12] – 2 June 1258), spouse of Aurembiaix, countess of Urgell; Ferdinand (24 March 1188[12] – 27 July 1233), count through his marriage to Joan, Countess of Flanders; Henry (aft. March 1189 – 8 Dec aft. 1189), who died during infancy;[12][f] Mafalda (1195/1196[12] – 1 May 1256), the wife of Henry I of Castile, was beatified in 1793; Branca (1198 – 17 November 1240), probably the twin sister of Berengaria,[12] was raised in the court with her father and his mistress "a Ribeirinha" and, when she was eight or ten years old, was sent to live with her sisters at the Monastery of Lorvão. She was a nun at a convent in Guadalajara and was buried at the same monastery as her mother;[13] Berengaria (1198 – 27 March 1221), probably the twin sister of Branca,[12] married Valdemar II of Denmark in 1214.[14] Notes[edit] Jump up ^ "Dulce de Aragón, hija de Ramón Berenguer IV de Barcelona"[1] Jump up ^ "Dulce de Aragão, filha de Raimundo Berenguer IV..."[2] Jump up ^ Translation of "Formosa e excellente senhora, tranquilla e modesta, condizente no carácter com o nome" (Dulce means "sweet") according to Lucian Cordeiro.[7] Jump up ^ However, the necrology of São Salvador de Moreira records the death “III Non Aug” in 1202 of “Domna Constantia Infantula filia regis domni Sancii et reginæ domnæ Dulciæ”. A. C. de Sousa: Historia Genealogica da Casa Real Portugueza Lisbon 1735, vol. I, p. 88 (no source citation reference). Jump up ^ The necrology of Santa Cruz de Coimbra records the death “VII Id Mar” of “dominus Raimundus filius domini regis Sancii et reginæ donnæ Dulciæ”; A. Brandaõ: Quarta Parte da Monarchia Lusitana, Lisbon 1632, Liber XII cap. XXI, p. 33. He was presumably not alive in Mar 1189, the date of his father´s charter in which he is not named. It's probable that Raymond wasn't his parents´ oldest son as naming the first son after his maternal grandfather was unusual. If that is correct, the known dates of birth of his siblings indicate that Raimundo was born either in 1186 or after 1189. Jump up ^ The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D. Alonso Sanchez, El Infante D. Pedro, El Infante D. Fernando Conde de Flandes, El Infante D. Enrique" as the sons of "D. Sancho Rey de Portugal" and his wife "D. Aldonça"; Pedro Barcelos, Tit. VII, Reyes de Portugal, 3 p. 30. He was presumably born after, or only shortly before, his father´s charter dated March 1189. Sousa says that the necrology of Santa Cruz de Coimbra records the death 8 December of Infante dom Henrique, but he does not quote the wording in the source or provide a citation reference (A. C. de Sousa: Historia Genealogica da Casa Real Portugueza Lisbon 1735, vol. I, p. 87). References[edit] ^ Jump up to: a b Mateu Ibars & Mateu Ibars 1980, p. 617. ^ Jump up to: a b c d Mattoso 2014, p. 334. Jump up ^ Rodrigues Oliveira 2010, p. 81. ^ Jump up to: a b Rodrigues Oliveira 2010, p. 83. Jump up ^ Mattoso 2014, pp. 290 and 334. ^ Jump up to: a b c d Rodrigues Oliveira 2010, p. 84. Jump up ^ Rodríguez Oliveira 2010, p. 83. Jump up ^ Rodríguez Oliveira 2010, pp. 83-84. Jump up ^ Rodrigues Oliveira 2010, pp. 55, 85 and 95. Jump up ^ Rodrigues Oliveira 2010, pp. 84 and 89. Jump up ^ Rodrigues Oliveira 2010, p. 89. ^ Jump up to: a b c d e f g h Rodrigues Oliveira 2010, p. 85. Jump up ^ Rodrigues Oliveira 2010, pp. 85 and 92. Jump up ^ Rodrigues Oliveira 2010, pp. 85 and 93. Bibliography[edit] Mateu Ibars, Josefina; Mateu Ibars, María Dolores (1980). Colectánea paleográfica de la Corona de Aragón: Siglo IX-XVIII. Barcelona: Universitat Barcelona. ISBN 978-84-7528-694-5. Mattoso, José (2014). D. Afonso Henriques (in Portuguese). Lisbon: Temas e Debates. ISBN 978-972-759-911-0. Rodrigues Oliveira, Ana (2010). Rainhas medievais de Portugal. Dezassete mulheres, duas dinastias, quatro séculos de História (in Portuguese). Lisbon: A esfera dos livros. ISBN 978-989-626-261-7.

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Dulce de Aragão, rainha-consorte de Portugal's Timeline

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