Ines de Castro: Coronation of the Dead Queen
- He took the body of his beloved woman out of the grave, dressed her in queen's clothing, sat her on the throne, knelt in front of her, kissed her dead dried hand, and ordered all his vassals to do t...
Ines de Castro: Coronation of the Dead Queen
- He took the body of his beloved woman out of the grave, dressed her in queen's clothing, sat her on the throne, knelt in front of her, kissed her dead dried hand, and ordered all his vassals to do t...
Brites Anes
Brites Anes (born ca. 1460) was a mistress of King John II of Portugal. They had one daughter, Brites Anes de Santarém born ca. 1485.
Ana de Mendonça
Ana de Mendonça (1460-1542) was a maid of the Queen regnant of Castile, Joanna la Beltraneja, and a mistress of King John II of Portugal, who was also Master of the Order of Saint James 1470-1492. The...
Madragana
Madragana Ben Aloandro, later Maior or Mór Afonso (Faro, Algarve, Portugal, born ca. 1230) was a woman from the Algarve known as a mistress to king Afonso III of Portugal, in the 13th century, when he...
Teresa Lourenço
Teresa Gille Lourenço (Lisbon, 1330 - ?), was a common woman from Lisbon, lover of King Peter I of Portugal and mother of King John I of Portugal.According to Fernão Lopes, a 15th-century Portugu...
Inês de Castro
Inês de Castro ([iˈneʃ dɨ ˈkaʃtɾu], Inés de Castro in Castilian; 1325 – 7 January 1355) was a Galician noblewoman born of a Portuguese mother. She is best known as lover and posthumously-recognized wi...
Inês de Castro - Wikipedia
Leonor Telles de Meneses
Leonor Telles de Meneses (or Teles de Meneses) (1350 – 27 April 1386) was a queen consort of Portugal and regent during the years 1383–1385. She was the wife of a Portuguese nobleman from whom she was...