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João de Avis, senhor de Reguengos de Monsaraz

Spanish: Juan de Portugal, senhor de Reguengos de Monsaraz
Also Known As: "/Joao/"
Birthdate: (42)
Birthplace: Santarém, Portugal
Death: October 18, 1442 (42)
Alcácer do Sal, Portugal
Immediate Family:

Son of João I o Bom, rei de Portugal and Filipa de Lencastre, rainha consorte de Portugal
Husband of Isabel de Bragança
Father of Diogo Aviz de Portugal e Bragança; Isabel de Portugal, reina consorte de Castilla; Beatriz, Infanta de Portugal and Filipa Aviz de Portugal e Bragança
Brother of Duarte I o Eloquente, rei de Portugal; Dª. Beatrice de Pinto; Henrique de Portugal, duque de Viseu; Afonso, infante de Portugal; Isabella of Portugal, Duchess of Burgundy and 8 others
Half brother of Afonso de Portugal, 1º duque de Bragança; Branca de Portugal and Beatrice of Portugal, Countess of Arundel

Occupation: Infante Joao of Portugal, b. 1-13-1399/1400; m. 11-11-1424
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About João de Portugal, senhor de Reguengos de Monsaraz

1.º Senhor da Quinta e morgado da Bacalhôa, Azeitão, Setubal.

Constable of the Kingdom and grandfather of Isabella of Castile.

The Infante João, 1st Lord of Reguengos de Monsaraz, Colares and Belas (pron. IPA: [ʒu'ɐ̃ũ]; English: John) (Santarém, January 13, 1400 – October 18, 1442, Alcácer do Sal) was a Portuguese infante of the House of Aviz, son of King John I of Portugal and his wife Philippa of Lancaster.

He was the 3rd Constable of Portugal, after the death of Nuno Álvares Pereira, and the 10th Master of the Order of St. James. He was also the 1st Lord of Reguengos de Monsaraz, Colares and Belas. In 1424, John married his half-niece Isabella of Braganza, daughter of his half-brother Afonso, Duke of Braganza.

During the reign of his brother Edward, John joined his brother Pedro, Duke of Coimbra against the expedition to Tangier that would end in a disaster. After the disaster he defended that the recently conquered Ceuta should be offered in exchange for his brother Ferdinand, the Saint Prince, that was captive in Tangier, something that was against Ferdinand's wishes.

In the beginning of his nephew Afonso V's reign, the regency of the kingdom was delegated on Queen Mother Leonor of Aragon (his sister-in-law). This decision in the will of late King Edward was controversial and soon popular discontent grew. It was John who installed himself in the capital Lisbon and avoided a rebellion. After that he refused the proposals for an alliance with Leonor of Aragon and his half-brother Afonso, Duke of Braganza, and defended the summoning of the Cortes to name Pedro, Duke of Coimbra the new regent.

Issue

Diogo of Portugal, Constable of Portugal (1423–1443)

Isabel of Portugal (1428–1496), married to John II of Castile and mother of Isabella I of Castile and Alfonso, Prince of Asturias

Beatriz of Portugal (1430–1506), married to Infante dom Ferdinand, Duke of Viseu

Filipa of Portugal (1432 – c. 1450), Lady of Almada


The Infante João, 1st Lord of Reguengos de Monsaraz, Colares and Belas (pron. IPA: [ʒu'ɐ̃ũ]; English: John) (Santarém, January 13, 1400 – October 18, 1442, Alcácer do Sal) was a Portuguese infante of the House of Aviz, son of King John I of Portugal and his wife Philippa of Lancaster.


Coat of Arms of Infante João, Lord of Reguengos, Belas and Colares.He was the 3rd Constable of Portugal, after the death of Nuno Álvares Pereira, and the 10th Master of the Order of St. James. He was also the 1st Lord of Reguengos de Monsaraz, Colares and Belas. In 1424, John married his half-niece Isabella of Braganza, daughter of his half-brother Afonso, Duke of Braganza.

During the reign of his brother Edward, John joined his brother Pedro, Duke of Coimbra against the expedition to Tangier that would end in a disaster. After the disaster he defended that the recently conquered Ceuta should be offered in exchange for his brother Ferdinand, the Saint Prince, that was captive in Tangier, something that was against Ferdinand's wishes.

In the beginning of his nephew Afonso V's reign, the regency of the kingdom was delegated on Queen Mother Leonor of Aragon (his sister-in-law). This decision in the will of late King Edward was controversial and soon popular discontent grew. It was John who installed himself in the capital Lisbon and avoided a rebellion. After that he refused the proposals for an alliance with Leonor of Aragon and his half-brother Afonso, Duke of Braganza, and defended the summoning of the Cortes to name Pedro, Duke of Coimbra the new regent.

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Diogo of Portugal, Constable of Portugal (1423–1443)

Isabel of Portugal (1428–1496), married to John II of Castile and mother of Isabella I of Castile and Alfonso, Prince of Asturias

Beatriz of Portugal (1430–1506), married to Infante dom Ferdinand, Duke of Viseu

Filipa of Portugal (1432 – c. 1450), Lady of Almada


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João de Portugal, senhor de Reguengos de Monsaraz's Timeline

1400
January 13, 1400
Santarém, Portugal
1428
1428
Age 27
1428
Age 27
Of, Lisboa, Lisboa, Portugal
1430
June 13, 1430
Age 30
Lisbon, Lisboa, Portugal
1432
1432
Age 31
Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal
1442
October 18, 1442
Age 42
Alcácer do Sal, Portugal