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Mathilde de Savoie, reine consort de Portugal

Also Known As: "Mafalda", "av Savoyen", "Savoya", "Matilde of /Savoy/", "Matilde Countess /Savoy/", "also known as Mafalda", "Mahaut or Matilda (in Portuguese always as Mafalda)", "D. Matilde condessa de Sabóia e Maurienne"
Birthdate: (32)
Death: Died in Coimbra Municipality, Coimbra District, Portugal
Place of Burial: Coimbra, Portugal
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Amédée III, comte de Savoie and Mahaut of Albon, countess of Savoy
Wife of Afonso I the Conqueror, King of Portugal
Mother of Henrique, infante de Portugal; Mafalda, infante de Portugal; Urraca de Portugal, reina consorte de León; Sancha, infanta de Portugal; Sancho I the Populator, King of Portugal and 4 others
Sister of Alix de Savoie Maurienne; Isabella Comtessa av Savoyen; Umberto III 'il Beato' di Savoia, conte di Savoia; Johann (John) av Savoyen; Pedro (Peter) de Savoy and 5 others

Occupation: Condessa de Sabóia, Comtesse, de Savoie, de Maurienne, st queen of Portugal, Nunna i Bons, Rainha de Portugal, Queen consort of Portugal
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Maud of Savoy (1125–1158), also known as Mafalda, Mahaut or Matilda (in Portuguese always as Mafalda), was Queen consort of Portugal through her marriage to King Afonso I of Portugal (of the House of Burgundy; first king of Portugal) in 1146.

She was the second or third daughter of Amadeus III of Savoy, Count of Savoy and Maurienne, and Mahaut of Albon (the sister of Guigues IV, Comte d'Albon, "le Dauphin").


Maud of Savoy From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Maud of Savoy, Queen of Portugal Maud of Savoy (1125–1158), also known as Mafalda, Mahaut or Matilda (in Portuguese always as Mafalda),was the first queen of Portugal. She was Queen consort of Portugal through her marriage to King Afonso I of Portugal (of the House of Burgundy; first king of Portugal) in 1146.

She was the second or third daughter of Amadeus III of Savoy, Count of Savoy and Maurienne, and Mahaut of Albon (the sister of Guigues IV, Comte d'Albon, "le Dauphin").


Maud of Savoy (Portuguese: Mafalda de Saboia, also known as Mahaut or Matilda; 1125–1158) was the first Queen of Portugal. She was Queen consort through her marriage, in 1146, to King Afonso I, the first ruler of Portugal as an independent kingdom.

She was the second or third daughter of Amadeus III of Savoy, Count of Savoy and Maurienne, and his wife Mahaut of Albon (the sister of Guigues IV, Comte d'Albon, "le Dauphin").

[edit] Walter Map's account of her death Walter Map tells a story that "the King of Portugal now living", almost certainly Afonso, had been convinced by evil counselors to murder his pregnant wife out of misplaced jealousy. However, there is no other authority for this account, and it is not generally accepted.

[edit] Afonso and Maud's descendants Henrique (1147-c.1157) Mafalda, Princess of Portugal (1148-c.1160) Urraca, Princess of Portugal (1151–1188), married to King Ferdinand II of León. Sancha (1153-1159) Sancho I, King of Portugal (1154–1212), married to Dulce, Princess of Aragon (daughter of Ramon Berenguer IV, Count of Barcelona and Queen Petronila of Aragon) Teresa, Princess of Portugal (1157–1218), married to Philip I of Flanders and next to Eudes III of Burgundy João (1156-1156)


Maud of Savoy (1125–1158), also known as Mafalda, Mahaut or Matilda (in Portuguese always as Mafalda), was Queen consort of Portugal through her marriage to King Afonso I of Portugal (of the House of Burgundy; first king of Portugal) in 1146.

She was the second or third daughter of Amadeus III of Savoy, Count of Savoy and Maurienne, and Mahaut of Albon (the sister of Guigues IV, Comte d'Albon, "le Dauphin").

[edit] Afonso's and Maud descendants

   * Henrique (died 1147).
   * Mafalda, Princess of Portugal (1148-c.1160).
   * Urraca, princess of Portugal (1151–1188), married to King Ferdinand II of León.
   * Sancho I, King of Portugal (1154–1212), married to Dulce Berenguer of Barcelona, Princess of Aragon (daughter of Ramon Berenguer IV, Count of Barcelona and Queen Petronila of Aragon).
   * Teresa, Princess of Portugal (1157–1218), married to Philip I of Flanders and next to Eudes III of Burgundy.
   * João (?-?).
   * Sancha (?-?).

Preceded by None Queen consort of Portugal 1146 - 1158 Succeeded by Dulce Berenguer


Maud of Savoy (1125–1158), also known as Mafalda, Mahaut or Matilda (in Portuguese always as Mafalda),was the first queen of Portugal. She was Queen consort of Portugal through her marriage to King Afonso I of Portugal (of the House of Burgundy; first king of Portugal) in 1146.

She was the second or third daughter of Amadeus III of Savoy, Count of Savoy and Maurienne, and Mahaut of Albon (the sister of Guigues IV, Comte d'Albon, "le Dauphin").


Maud of Savoy From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Maud of Savoy (1125–1158), also known as Mafalda, Mahaut or Matilda (in Portuguese always as Mafalda),was the first queen of Portugal. She was Queen consort of Portugal through her marriage to King Afonso I of Portugal (of the House of Burgundy; first king of Portugal) in 1146. She was the second or third daughter of Amadeus III of Savoy, Count of Savoy and Maurienne, and Mahaut of Albon (the sister of Guigues IV, Comte d'Albon, "le Dauphin"). [edit]Afonso's and Maud descendants

Henrique (died 1147). Mafalda, Princess of Portugal (1148-c.1160). Urraca, princess of Portugal (1151–1188), married to King Ferdinand II of León. Sancho I, King of Portugal (1154–1212), married to Dulce Berenguer of Barcelona, Princess of Aragon (daughter of Ramon Berenguer IV, Count of Barcelona and Queen Petronila of Aragon). Teresa, Princess of Portugal (1157–1218), married to Philip I of Flanders and next to Eudes III of Burgundy. João (?-?). Sancha (?-?).


sepultada no Convento de Santa Cruz


Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maud_of_Savoy Maud of Savoy From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (October 2008) Maud of Savoy Queen consort of Portugal Maud of Savoy, Queen of Portugal Spouse Afonso I of Portugal Issue Infante Henrique Infanta Mafalda Infanta Urraca Infante Sancho Infanta Teresa Infante João Infanta Sancha Father Amadeus III of Savoy Mother Mahaut of Albon Born 1125 Died 1158

Maud of Savoy (Portuguese: Mafalda de Saboia, also known as Mahaut or Matilda; 1125–1158) was the first Queen of Portugal. She was Queen consort through her marriage, in 1146, to King Afonso I, the first ruler of Portugal as an independent kingdom.

She was the second or third daughter of Amadeus III of Savoy, Count of Savoy and Maurienne, and his wife Mahaut of Albon (the sister of Guigues IV, Comte d'Albon, "le Dauphin"). [edit] Walter Map's account of her death

Walter Map tells a story that "the King of Portugal now living", almost certainly Afonso, had been convinced by evil counselors to murder his pregnant wife out of misplaced jealousy. However, there is no other authority for this account, and it is not generally accepted. [edit] Afonso and Maud's descendants

   * Henrique (1147-c.1157)
   * Mafalda, Princess of Portugal (1148-c.1160)
   * Urraca, Princess of Portugal (1151–1188), married to King Ferdinand II of León.
   * Sancha (1153-1159)
   * Sancho I, King of Portugal (1154–1212), married to Dulce, Princess of Aragon (daughter of Ramon Berenguer IV, Count of Barcelona and Queen Petronila of Aragon)
   * Teresa, Princess of Portugal (1157–1218), married to Philip I of Flanders and next to Eudes III of Burgundy
   * João (1156-1156)

Preceded by None Queen consort of Portugal 1146 - 1158 Succeeded by Dulce of Aragon [edit] See also

   * History of Portugal
   * Timeline of Portuguese history
         o First Dynasty: Burgundy (12th to 14th Century)

Hun het Mafalda or Maud of Savoy, mens hennes mor het Mathilde


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Maud of Savoy (1125–1158), also known as Mafalda, Mahaut or Matilda (in Portuguese always as Mafalda), was Queen consort of Portugal through her marriage to King Afonso I of Portugal (of the House of Burgundy; first king of Portugal) in 1146.

She was the second or third daughter of Amadeus III of Savoy, Count of Savoy and Maurienne, and Mahaut of Albon (the sister of Guigues IV, Comte d'Albon, "le Dauphin").


Maud of Savoy From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Maud of Savoy, Queen of Portugal Maud of Savoy (1125–1158), also known as Mafalda, Mahaut or Matilda (in Portuguese always as Mafalda),was the first queen of Portugal. She was Queen consort of Portugal through her marriage to King Afonso I of Portugal (of the House of Burgundy; first king of Portugal) in 1146.

She was the second or third daughter of Amadeus III of Savoy, Count of Savoy and Maurienne, and Mahaut of Albon (the sister of Guigues IV, Comte d'Albon, "le Dauphin").


Maud of Savoy (Portuguese: Mafalda de Saboia, also known as Mahaut or Matilda; 1125–1158) was the first Queen of Portugal. She was Queen consort through her marriage, in 1146, to King Afonso I, the first ruler of Portugal as an independent kingdom.

She was the second or third daughter of Amadeus III of Savoy, Count of Savoy and Maurienne, and his wife Mahaut of Albon (the sister of Guigues IV, Comte d'Albon, "le Dauphin").

[edit] Walter Map's account of her death Walter Map tells a story that "the King of Portugal now living", almost certainly Afonso, had been convinced by evil counselors to murder his pregnant wife out of misplaced jealousy. However, there is no other authority for this account, and it is not generally accepted.

[edit] Afonso and Maud's descendants Henrique (1147-c.1157) Mafalda, Princess of Portugal (1148-c.1160) Urraca, Princess of Portugal (1151–1188), married to King Ferdinand II of León. Sancha (1153-1159) Sancho I, King of Portugal (1154–1212), married to Dulce, Princess of Aragon (daughter of Ramon Berenguer IV, Count of Barcelona and Queen Petronila of Aragon) Teresa, Princess of Portugal (1157–1218), married to Philip I of Flanders and next to Eudes III of Burgundy João (1156-1156)


Maud of Savoy (1125–1158), also known as Mafalda, Mahaut or Matilda (in Portuguese always as Mafalda), was Queen consort of Portugal through her marriage to King Afonso I of Portugal (of the House of Burgundy; first king of Portugal) in 1146.

She was the second or third daughter of Amadeus III of Savoy, Count of Savoy and Maurienne, and Mahaut of Albon (the sister of Guigues IV, Comte d'Albon, "le Dauphin").

[edit] Afonso's and Maud descendants

  • Henrique (died 1147).
  • Mafalda, Princess of Portugal (1148-c.1160).
  • Urraca, princess of Portugal (1151–1188), married to King Ferdinand II of León.
  • Sancho I, King of Portugal (1154–1212), married to Dulce Berenguer of Barcelona, Princess of Aragon (daughter of Ramon Berenguer IV, Count of Barcelona and Queen Petronila of Aragon).
  • Teresa, Princess of Portugal (1157–1218), married to Philip I of Flanders and next to Eudes III of Burgundy.
  • João (?-?).
  • Sancha (?-?).

Preceded by None Queen consort of Portugal 1146 - 1158 Succeeded by Dulce Berenguer


Maud of Savoy (1125–1158), also known as Mafalda, Mahaut or Matilda (in Portuguese always as Mafalda),was the first queen of Portugal. She was Queen consort of Portugal through her marriage to King Afonso I of Portugal (of the House of Burgundy; first king of Portugal) in 1146.

She was the second or third daughter of Amadeus III of Savoy, Count of Savoy and Maurienne, and Mahaut of Albon (the sister of Guigues IV, Comte d'Albon, "le Dauphin").


Maud of Savoy From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Maud of Savoy (1125–1158), also known as Mafalda, Mahaut or Matilda (in Portuguese always as Mafalda),was the first queen of Portugal. She was Queen consort of Portugal through her marriage to King Afonso I of Portugal (of the House of Burgundy; first king of Portugal) in 1146. She was the second or third daughter of Amadeus III of Savoy, Count of Savoy and Maurienne, and Mahaut of Albon (the sister of Guigues IV, Comte d'Albon, "le Dauphin"). [edit]Afonso's and Maud descendants

Henrique (died 1147). Mafalda, Princess of Portugal (1148-c.1160). Urraca, princess of Portugal (1151–1188), married to King Ferdinand II of León. Sancho I, King of Portugal (1154–1212), married to Dulce Berenguer of Barcelona, Princess of Aragon (daughter of Ramon Berenguer IV, Count of Barcelona and Queen Petronila of Aragon). Teresa, Princess of Portugal (1157–1218), married to Philip I of Flanders and next to Eudes III of Burgundy. João (?-?). Sancha (?-?).


sepultada no Convento de Santa Cruz


Also known as Matilda (in Portuguese Mafalda), was the first queen consort of Portugal after their marriage to Alfonso I of Portugal (of the house of Burgundy, the first king of Portugal) in 1146.

Mafalda was the second or third daughter of Amadeo III of Savoy, Count of Savoy, and Mahaut of Albon (sister of Guigues IV, Count of Albon).

The result of her marriage to King Alfonso I of Portugal, grandson of Alfonso VI the Brave, King of Castile and Leon, were born the following children: Enrique (March 5 of 1147 - 1147) Mafalda (1,148 - 1 160), betrothed to the future Alfonso II of Aragon, died before this union; Urraca of Portugal (1151 - 1188). She married King Ferdinand II of León, son of Alfonso VII the Emperor, king of Castile and Leon, and was the mother of King Alfonso IX of León. Became a fry in the Order of St. John of Jerusalem and was buried in the Monastery of Santa María de Wamba, situated in the present province of Valladolid. Sancho I of Portugal (1154 - March 26 of 1212). He succeeded his father on the throne and was the second king of Portugal. Teresa (1 157 - 1,218), married to Philip I, Count of Flanders and therefore Countess Consort of Flanders and then Eudes III, Duke of Burgundy, Duchess consort of Burgundy; Sancha (1.16 thousand - 1.16 thousand); John (1160 - 1160).


Maud of Savoy (1125–1158), also known as Mafalda, Mahaut or Matilda (in Portuguese always as Mafalda),was the first queen of Portugal. She was Queen consort of Portugal through her marriage to King Afonso I of Portugal (of the House of Burgundy; first king of Portugal) in 1146.

She was the second or third daughter of Amadeus III of Savoy, Count of Savoy and Maurienne, and Mahaut of Albon (the sister of Guigues IV, Comte d'Albon, "le Dauphin").


Hija de Amadeo III, conde de Saboya y Matilde, condesa de Albon, Matilde casó con Alfonso I de Portugal
Mafalda de Saboya (1125-1158), también conocido como Mahaut o Matilda (en portugués siempre como Mafalda), fue la primera reina consorte de Portugal tras su unión matrimonial con Alfonso I de Portugal (de la casa de Borgoña; primer rey de Portugal) en 1146.

Mafalda fue la segunda o tercera hija de Amadeo III de Saboya, Conde de Saboya, y de Mahaut de Albon (hermana de Guigues IV, Conde de Albon, “el Delfín”).


D. Mafalda de Sabóia, condessa de Sabóia e Maurienne (1125 - 4 de Novembro de 1157), também conhecida em português como Matilde (do francês Mahaut), foi a primeira rainha de Portugal, desde 1146 até à sua morte. Está sepultada no Mosteiro de Santa Cruz, junto do marido.


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


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De Wikipedia:

Mafalda fue la segunda o tercera hija de Amadeo III de Saboya, conde de Saboya, y de su esposa Mahaut de Albon, (hermana de Guigues IV, conde de Albon, «el Delfín»). Su padre había participado en la Segunda Cruzada y esta podía haber sido una de las razones para la elección de Mafalda como consorte del primer rey de Portugal con el propósito de formar una alianza entre el nuevo reino y la casa de Saboya para la expulsión de los musulmanes del territorio portugués y, al mismo tiempo, demostrar su independencia al elegir una esposa fuera del ámbito e influencia de la monarquía leonesa.


House of Savoy

Matilda of Savoy (French: Mathilde, Portuguese: Mafalda; c.  1125[1]– 3 December 1157/58[2]) was Queen of Portugal. after her marriage to King Afonso Henriques, the first sovereign of Portugal, whom she married in 1146.

Contents [show] Origins[edit] She was the second or third daughter of Amadeus III, Count of Savoy, Piedmont and Maurienne,[1] and Mahaut of Albon[1] (the sister of Guigues IV of Albon, "le Dauphin"). One of her aunts, Adelaide of Maurienne,was queen consort as the wife of King Louis VI of France, and one of her great-granduncles was Pope Callixtus II whose papacy lasted from 1119 until 1124, the year of his death.[3]

Marriage and issue[edit] Although the Annales D. Alfonsi Portugallensium Regis, record that the wedding of Alfonso and Mafalda was celebrated in 1145, it was not until a year later, in May 1146, when they both appear in royal charters. Historian José Mattoso refers to another source, Noticia sobre a Conquista de Santarém (News on the Conquest of Santarém), which states that the city was taken on 15 May 1147, less than a year after their marriage. Since at that time no wedding ceremony could be performed during Lent, Mattoso suggests that the marriage could have taken place in March or April of 1146, possibly on Easter Sunday which fell on 31 March of that year.[12] The groom was almost thirty-eight years old and the bride was about twenty-one years old. The children of this marriage were:

Henry (5 March 1147[13][14][15]-June 1155),[15][14] named after his maternal grandfather, Alfonso VI of León, he died when he was only eight years old.[15] Despite being just a child he represented his father at a council in Toledo at the age of three.[15] He died in 1155, shortly after the birth of his brother Sancho.[15] Urraca (1148[15]–1211[16]), married King Ferdinand II of León and was the mother of King Alfonso IX. The marriage was subsequently annulled in 1171 or 1172 and she retired in Zamora, one of the villas that she had received as part of her arras, and later at the Monastery of Santa María in Wamba, Valladolid where she was buried.;[17] Theresa (1151[15] –1218[5]), Countess consort of Flanders due to her marriage to Philip I[18] and Duchess consort of Burgundy through her second marriage to Odo III;[16] Mafalda (1153[15][14]-after 1162). In January 1160, her father and Ramón Berenguer IV, Count of Barcelona, negotiated the marriage of Mafalda to Alfonso, future King Alfonso II of Aragon[13][19] who at that time was three or four years old. After the death of Ramón Berenguer IV in the summer of 1162, King Ferdinand II of León convinced his widow, Queen Petronilla, to cancel the infante's wedding plans with Mafalda and for Alfonso to marry instead Sancha, daughter Alfonso VII of León and his second wife Queen Richeza of Poland.[20] Mafalda died in her childhood at an unrecorded date. Sancho, the future King Sancho I of Portugal (11 november 1154[14]–26 March 1211). He was baptised with the name of Martin for having been born on the saint's feast day.;[15] John (1156–25 August 1164);[2] and Sancha (1157–14 February 1166/67), born ten days before the death of her mother, Sancha died before reaching the age of ten.[21][14] on the 14th of February according to the death registry at the Monastery of Santa Cruz (Coimbra) where she was buried.[13]

Bibliography[edit] Arco y Garay, Ricardo del (1954). Sepulcros de la Casa Real de Castilla. Madrid: Instituto Jerónimo Zurita. Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas. OCLC 11366237. Caetano de Souza, Antonio (1735). Historia Genealógica de la Real Casa Portuguesa (PDF) (in Portuguese). Vol. I. Lisbon: Lisboa Occidental, na oficina de Joseph Antonio da Sylva. ISBN 978-84-8109-908-9. La Friganiére, Frederico Francisco de (1859). Memorias da rainhas de Portugal (in Portuguese). Lisbon: Typographia Universal. OCLC 680459800. 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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Mafalda de Saboia, rainha consorte de Portugal's Timeline

1125
1125
1125
Ducato di Savoia, Piemonte, Italia
1147
February 17, 1147
Age 22
1149
1149
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1151
1151
Age 26
1152
1152
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Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal
1153
1153
Age 28
Coimbra, Coimbra District, Portugal
1154
November 11, 1154
Age 29
Coimbra, Portugal