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  1. Berengaria of Portugal - Wikipedia

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    Berengaria was the tenth of eleven children born to her parents. By the age of fourteen in 1212, Berengaria was an orphan; her father died in 1212, while her mother had died in 1198. In various annals and ballads she is called Bringenilæ, Bengerd, Bengjerd and related forms.

  2. Berengaria of Portugal, was a Portuguese infanta, later Queen consort of Denmark. She was the fifth daughter of Portuguese King Sancho I and Dulce of Aragon. She married Danish King Valdemar II in 1214 and was the mother of Danish kings Eric IV, Abel and Christopher I. Berengaria was the tenth of eleven children born to her parents.

  3. Berengária of Portugal

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    Infanta Berengária of Portugal (pron. IPA2|bɨɾẽ'gaɾiɐ) was a Portuguese infanta, later Queen consort of Denmark. She was the fifth daughter of Portuguese King Sancho I and Dulce Berenguer. She married Danish King Valdemar II and was the mother of Danish kings Eric IV, Abel and Christopher I.

  4. Berengaria of Portugal - memim.com

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    Berengaria of Portugal Berengaria (* 1194, † 1221) was Queen of Denmark. She was the daughter of Portuguese King Sancho I and his wife Dulce Barcelona, sister of Ferdinand, who was the Countess Joan of Flanders for his wife, and therefore was Count of Flanders. With him Berengaria held up before their wedding.

  5. Pedigree: Berengaria of PORTUGAL

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    Berengaria of PORTUGAL. de BOURGOGNE. Born: ? Died: 1221. HM George I's 12-Great Grandmother. HRE Ferdinand I's 9-Great Aunt. HRE Charles VI's 14-Great Grandmother. ...

  6. Berenguela de Portugal, rainha-consorte da Dinamarca (1194 ...

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    Berengaria was the youngest daughter of King Sancho I of Portugal. Valdemar’s first wife, Princess Margrethe of Bohemia, later known as Dronning Dagmar Queen Dagmar, had been immensely popular, blond and with Nordic looks. Queen Berengaria was the opposite, dark-eyed, raven haired, yet a beauty in her own right.

    • Christopher I of Denmark, Eric IV of Denmark, Abel, King of Denmark
    • Sancho I of Portugal, Dulce of Aragon
  7. Medieval Danish and European Families: Berengária of Portugal ...

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    Nov 21, 2009 · Berengária of Portugal was a Portuguese infanta, later Queen consort of Denmark. She was the fifth daughter of Portuguese King Sancho I and Dulce Berenguer. She married Danish King Valdemar II and was the mother of the Danish kings Eric IV, Abel and Christopher I.Berengaria was the tenth of eleven children born to her parents.

  8. Berengaria Of Portugal and 15 related entities | Entities Finder

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    Portuguese queen Desc: Berengaria of Portugal was a Portuguese infanta and Queen of Denmark, by marriage to King Valdemar II. She was the fifth daughter of King Sancho I of Portugal and Dulce of Aragon. She was the mother of Danish kings Eric IV, Abel and Christopher I.

  9. Berengaria of Navarre - Wikipedia

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    Early years. In 1185, Berengaria was given the fief of Monreal by her father. Eleanor of Aquitaine promoted the engagement of Berengaria to her son, Richard the Lionheart. An alliance with Navarre meant protection for the southern borders of Eleanor's Duchy of Aquitaine, and helped create better relations with neighbouring Castile whose queen was Eleanor, a sister of Richard.

  10. Berengaria of Castile - Wikipedia

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    Berengaria was born either in 1179 or 1180, in Burgos. She was the eldest daughter of King Alfonso VIII of Castile and Eleanor of England. She was the sister of Mafalda and Henry I of Castile and was named in honor of Alfonso VIII's grandmother. Those who cared for the young infanta were generously rewarded.