Constance of Portugal

1290 - 1313

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Constance of Portugal (pt: Constança; 3 January 1290 – Sahagún, 18 November 1313; Portuguese pronunciation: [kõʃˈtɐ̃sɐ]), was Queen of Castile by her marriage to Ferdinand IV. She was the eldest child and only daughter of King Denis of Portugal and his wife Elizabeth of Aragon, later Saint. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Constance of Portugal has received more than 98,148 page views. Her biography is available in 19 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 18 in 2019). Constance of Portugal is the 509th most popular nobleman (up from 514th in 2019), the 169th most popular biography from Portugal (down from 158th in 2019) and the 6th most popular Portuguese Nobleman.

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Among people born in 1290, Constance of Portugal ranks 14Before her are Bernardo Daddi, Gajah Mada, John Parricida, Jacob van Artevelde, Beatrice of Silesia, and Barlaam of Seminara. After her are Mayta Cápac, Theodore I, Matthias of Arras, Viola of Teschen, Giovanni Visconti, and Anne of Bohemia. Among people deceased in 1313, Constance of Portugal ranks 4Before her are Henry VII, Holy Roman Emperor, Guillaume de Nogaret, and John Parricida. After her are Elizabeth of Hungary, Queen of Serbia, and Anne of Bohemia.

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In Portugal

Among people born in Portugal, Constance of Portugal ranks 169 out of 633Before her are Paulo Futre (1966), Afonso I, Duke of Braganza (1377), Matilda of Savoy, Queen of Portugal (1125), Vítor Baía (1969), Joaquim de Almeida (1957), and Luís of Portugal, Duke of Beja (1506). After her are Juan Rodríguez Cabrillo (1499), Fernando Gomes (1956), Infanta Maria of Guimarães (1538), Ferdinand the Holy Prince (1402), Isabel Luísa, Princess of Beira (1669), and Camilo Castelo Branco (1825).

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