Afonso, Prince of Portugal (Portuguese pronunciation: [ɐˈfõsu]; 18 May 1475 – 13 July 1491) was the heir apparent to the throne of Portugal. He was born in Lisbon, Portugal, and died in a horse-riding accident on the banks of the river Tagus.
Dom Afonso de Santa Maria, Prince of Beira (born 25 March 1996) is a Portuguese prince and eldest son of Duarte Pio, Duke of Braganza, Head of the Portuguese Royal Family. As heir to his father, Afonso is styled as Prince of Beira and Duke of Barcelos and is first in the line of succession to the defunct Portuguese throne.
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Infante D. Afonso of Braganza, Duke of Porto was a Portuguese Infante of the House of Braganza, the son of King Dom Luis I of Portugal and his wife, Dona Maria Pia of Savoy. From 1908 to the abolition of the Portuguese Monarchy in 1910 he was the Prince Royal of Portugal as heir presumptive to his nephew, King Dom Manuel II. Infante Afonso Duke of Porto Prince Royal of Portugal Viceroy of the Portuguese State of India PredecessorRafael Jácome de Andrade SuccessorJoão António das Neves...
Dom Afonso had a military career. In fact, he was a general of some considerable competence in the Portuguese Army, where, previously, he had been the inspector-general of artillery. His exemplary military background allowed him to be chosen to command military forces at Goa, at the end of the nineteenth century, when he was, concurrently, Viceroy of India. His performance in India motivated his nomination to be Constable of Portugal. In the early months of 1890, his engagement to Archduchess Ma
Suffering, like his mother, the dowager Queen Maria Pia of Savoy, from debilitating mental and emotional health after the ferocious 1908 attack on their family, Afonso de Bragança married, in Rome on 26 September 1917, a twice-divorced, and once-widowed, American heiress Nevada Stoody Hayes. This was a politically significant event, at least to those Portuguese royalists who clung to the hope of a restoration of the House of Braganza: as significant funding for any power grab was urgently ...
His full name was Afonso Henrique Maria Luís Pedro de Alcântara Carlos Humberto Amadeu Fernando António Miguel Rafael Gabriel Gonzaga Xavier Francisco de Assis João Augusto Júlio Volfando Inácio de Saxe-Coburgo-Gotha e Bragança.
Afonso, Prince of Portugal (Portuguese pronunciation: [ɐˈfõsu]; 18 May 1475 – 13 July 1491) - was the heir apparent to the throne of Portugal. He was born in Lisbon, Portugal, and died in a horse-riding accident on the banks of the river Tagus.
Afonso, Prince of Portugal was the first son of king John III of Portugal and his queen, Catherine of Austria. He was the Prince of Portugal but died in the same year he was born, in 1526.
Afonso, Prince of Portugal, 1475-1491 Sources found : Quadros das bodas do Príncipe Dom Afonso com Dona Isabel de Castela, 199-?: t.p. (Évora 1490) p. 5 (infante D. Afonso, filho herdeiro de D. João II)
One last Infante D. Afonso, Prince of Portugal would mark the history of the town and its castle: some scholars point out the death of the son of John II (1481-1495), in a tragic riding accident in Mouchão of Alfange on the banks of the Tagus River ( 1491), as one of the reasons for the departure from the Court of Santarém village and its ...
Mar 25, 2021 · Afonso is the eldest son of Infante Dom Duarte Pio, Duke of Bragança, and Dª. Isabel Inês Castro Curvello of Herédia. As his father's heir, he has the style of Royal Highness and the title of Prince of Beira.
On 13 July 1491, Prince Afonso, only son and heir of John II of Portugal, dies suddenly after a riding accident.Isabel s02e12 - The Last Kingdom in Granada'I...
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Afonso was the son of Henry of Burgundy, Count of Portugal and Teresa of León, the illegitimate daughter of King Alfonso VI of Castile and León. He was proclaimed King on July 26, 1139, immediatly after the Battle of Ourique, and died on December 6, 1185 in Coimbra.