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  1. John III of Portugal figures in José Saramago's 2008 novel The Elephant's Journey. John III (attributed as João III) is the leader of Portugal as part of the New Frontier Pass DLC in the grand-strategy game Civilization VI. John III features in Laurent Binet's 2021 novel Civilizations. See also. Descendants of Manuel I of Portugal; Notes

  2. Le royaume de Portugal (en latin : Regnum Portugalliae ; en portugais : Reino de Portugal) est le régime politique du Portugal de 1139 à 1910.Cet État situé dans la partie occidentale de la péninsule Ibérique est également connu sous le nom de royaume du Portugal et des Algarves après 1415 et sous le nom de Royaume-Uni du Portugal, du Brésil et des Algarves entre 1815 et 1822.

  3. One of the most difficult situations faced by the king was the Franco-Spanish invasion of Portugal, in the end of the Seven Years' War (5 May-24 November 1762). France and Spain sent an ultimatum in order to force Portugal to abandon its alliance with Great Britain and close her ports to British ships.

  4. Portugal was drawn to Group Five, along with Denmark, to play in a two-legged Play-off. After a 1–1 tie in Lisbon, the Portuguese lost the return leg in Aalborg 2–1, ending with a 3–2 aggregate result. 1974 European U-23 qualifiers. For the next tournament, Portugal was put in Group Six with Bulgaria.

  5. Portugal apresou um total de 72 navios alemães, tendo cedido 65% destes para uso da Inglaterra, mantendo os restantes 35% do total para uso português. [2]. Esta atitude justificou a declaração oficial de guerra a Portugal pela Alemanha, a 9 de Março de 1916 (apesar dos combates em África desde 1914). 1917-1918

  6. Campeonato de Portugal Série D Aguinense: Aguim Segunda Divisão da AF Aveiro Zona Sul (Distritais de nível 3) Anadia: Anadia Campeonato de Portugal Série D Alba: Albergaria-a-Velha Campeonato de Elite da AF Aveiro Zona Sul (Distritais de nível 1) Alvarenga: Alvarenga Campeonato de Elite da AF Aveiro Zona Norte (Distritais de nível 1 ...

  7. John III's policy of reinforcing Portugal's bases in India (such as Goa) secured Portugal's monopoly over the spice trade of cloves and nutmeg from the Maluku Islands. As a result, John III has been called the "Grocer King". On the eve of his death in 1557, the Portuguese empire spanned almost 1 billion acres (about 4 million square kilometers).

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