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Leonor de Castilla y León, reina consorte de Portugal

Lithuanian: Eleonora Aragonietė, Portugalijos karalienė, Portuguese: Leonor de Aragão, reina consorte de Portugal, Spanish: Leonor de Aragón, reina consorte de Portugal
Also Known As: "Rainha Consorte de Portugal"
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Death: Died in Toledo, Province of Toledo, Castille La Mancha, Spain
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Fernando I el Justo, rey de Aragón; Fernando I de Aragón; Leonor la Ricahembra, condesa de Albuquerque and Leonor de Aragón
Wife of Duarte de Portugal and Duarte I o Eloquente, rei de Portugal
Mother of Fernando de Avis de Portugal; João Avis de Portugal e Aragão; Afonso V the African, King of Portugal; Fernando de Portugal, duque de Viseu; Eleonore Helena von Portugal, Kaiseringemahl des Heiligen Römischen Reiches and 6 others
Sister of María de Castilla y León, reina consorte de Castilla; Juan II el Grande, rey de Aragón; Isabela de Aragón, Condesa de Urgel; Enrique de Trastámara (infante de Aragón), Duque de Villena; Pedro de Aragón, conde de Alburquerque and 2 others

Occupation: Princess of Aragón, Queen of Portugal
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About Leonor de Aragão, rainha consorte de Portugal

Leonor de Trastámara (¿?, Castilla, 1400 - Toledo, Castilla; 1445). Infanta de Aragón e hija de Fernando I de Aragón y de su esposa Leonor de Alburquerque. Leonor fue reina de Portugal (1433 - 1438), como consorte de Eduardo I, y regente del mismo reino (1438 - 1439).

Fue desposada en 1428, con Eduardo I. Tuvo de este matrimonio nueve hijos:

Juan (1429 - 1433);

Filipa (1430 - 1439);

Alfonso el Africano (1432 - 1481), rey de Portugal con el nombre de Alfonso V;

María (1432);

Fernando (1433 - 1470), duque de Viseu y padre del rey Manuel I de Portugal;

Leonor (1434 - 1467), emperatriz germánica por su matrimonio con Federico III de Habsburgo;

Eduardo (1435);

Catalina (1436 - 1463), religiosa;

Juana (1439 - 1475), reina de Castilla por su matrimonio con Enrique IV.

A la muerte de su esposo (1438), por expreso pedido de este, fue regente de su hijo Alfonso V, pero por su condición de extranjera tuvo que ceder la regencia al año siguiente a su cuñado, el infante Pedro, duque de Coimbra.

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When her husband died in September 13, 1438, she was appointed as regent of Portugal in his will. However, she was inexperienced and, as an Aragonese, unpopular with the people, who preferred the late king's brother Pedro, Duke of Coimbra. Negotiations for a compromise arrangement were drawn out over several months, but were complicated by the interference of the Count of Barcelos and the Archbishop of Lisbon, as also by her giving birth to a posthumous daughter in March 1439, and by the death of her eldest daughter, Philippa.

Eventually, the Cortes appointed Pedro the sole regent. Eleanor continued conspiring, but was forced to go into exile in Castile in December 1440. She died at Toledo in February 1445 and is buried in Batalha, [Portugal]].

Children:

  * Prince John, October 1429-August 14, 1433.
   * Princess Philippa November 27, 1430-March 24, 1439.
   * Afonso V of Portugal January 15, 1432-August 28, 1481; who succeeded Duarte as 12th King of Portugal.
   * Princess Maria, December 7, 1432-December 8, 1432.
   * Prince Ferdinand, November 17, 1433-September 18, 1470; Duke of Viseu and father of future king Manuel I of Portugal.
   * Princess Leonor, September 18, 1434-September 3, 1467; married Frederick III, Holy Roman Emperor.
   * Prince Edward, July 12, 1435-July 12, 1435.
   * Princess Catherine, November 26, 1436-June 17, 1463.
   * Princess Joana, March 31, 1439-June 13, 1475; married King Henry IV of Castile.

Leonor of Aragon (1402-1445)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Eleanor of Aragon (c. 1402 - February 19, 1445) was the daughter of Ferdinand I of Aragon and Eleanor of Alburquerque.

She married Duarte (Edward), King of Portugal on September 22, 1428. They had nine children, of which five survived to adulthood.

[edit]Issue

Prince John, October 1429-August 14, 1433.

Princess Philippa November 27, 1430-March 24, 1439.

Afonso V of Portugal January 15, 1432-August 28, 1481; who succeeded Duarte as 12th King of Portugal.

Princess Maria, December 7, 1432-December 8, 1432.

Prince Ferdinand, November 17, 1433-September 18, 1470; Duke of Viseu and father of future king Manuel I of Portugal.

Princess Leonor, September 18, 1434-September 3, 1467; married Frederick III, Holy Roman Emperor.

Prince Edward, July 12, 1435-July 12, 1435.

Princess Catherine, November 26, 1436-June 17, 1463.

Princess Joana, March 31, 1439-June 13, 1475; married King Henry IV of Castile.

Regent

When her husband died in September 13, 1438, she was appointed as regent of Portugal in his will. However, she was inexperienced and, as an Aragonese, unpopular with the people, who preferred the late king's brother Pedro, Duke of Coimbra. Negotiations for a compromise arrangement were drawn out over several months, but were complicated by the interference of the Count of Barcelos and the Archbishop of Lisbon, as also by her giving birth to a posthumous daughter in March 1439, and by the death of her eldest daughter, Philippa.

Eventually, the Cortes appointed Pedro the sole regent. Eleanor continued conspiring, but was forced to go into exile in Castile in December 1440. She died at Toledo in February 1445 and is buried in Batalha, Portugal.


Eleanor of Aragon (1 February 1402 – 19 February 1445) was queen consort of Portugal as the spouse of Edward I of Portugal and the regent of Portugal as the guardian of her son. She was the daughter of Ferdinand I of Aragon and Eleanor of Alburquerque.

Biography

She married King Edward of Portugal on 22 September 1428. They had nine children, of whom five survived to adulthood.

When her husband died on 13 September 1438, she was appointed regent of Portugal in his will, which was confirmed by the Portuguese Cortes. However, she was inexperienced and, as an Aragonese, unpopular with the people, who preferred the late king's brother Infante Peter, Duke of Coimbra. The confirmation of her regency therefore caused a riot in Lisbon. The riot was suppressed by her brother Count John of Barcelona, later King John II of Aragon. Eleanor was supported by the nobility and the will, while Peter was supported by a fraction of the nobility and by the people. Negotiations for a compromise arrangement were drawn out over several months, but were complicated by the interference of the Count of Barcelos, who supported her, and the Archbishop of Lisbon, who supported Peter. This period also witnessed the birth to her of a posthumous daughter, Joan in March 1439 and the death of her eldest daughter, Philippa.

Eventually, the Cortes appointed Peter the sole regent. Eleanor continued conspiring, but was forced to go into exile in Castile in December 1440. She died at Toledo in February 1445 and is buried in Batalha, Portugal. Issue

   Infante John, October 1429 – 14 August 1433.
   Infanta Philippa 27 November 1430 – 24 March 1439.
   Afonso V of Portugal 15 January 1432 – 28 August 1481; who succeeded Edward as 12th King of Portugal.
   Infanta Maria, 7 December 1432 – 8 December 1432.
   Infante Ferdinand, 17 November 1433 – 18 September 1470; Duke of Viseu and father of future king Manuel I of Portugal.
   Eleanor, 18 September 1434 – 3 September 1467; married Frederick III, Holy Roman Emperor.
   Infante Edward, 12 July 1435 – 12 July 1435.
   Catherine, 26 November 1436 – 17 June 1463.
   Joan, 31 March 1439 – 13 June 1475; married King Henry IV of Castile.

Ancestry

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Leonor de Aragão, rainha consorte de Portugal's Timeline

1400
1400
1402
September 29, 1402
Age 2
Santarém, Santarém, Pará, Brazil
1429
October 15, 1429
Age 29
Lisbon, Portugal
1430
November 27, 1430
Age 30
Santarem, Santarem, Portugal
1432
January 15, 1432
Age 32
Sintra, Lisbon, Portugal
December 7, 1432
Age 32
Sardoal, Santarem, Portugal
1433
November 17, 1433
Age 33
Almeirim, Portugal
1434
September 18, 1434
Age 34
Torres Vedras, Lisbon, Portugal
1435
July 12, 1435
Age 35
Alenquer, Lisboa, Portugal