Person:John II of Portugal (1)

João II de Portugal
m. 6 May 1448
  1. Infante dom João de Portugal1451 - Bef 1455
  2. Infanta Joana de Portugal1452 - 1490
  3. João II de Portugal1455 - 1495
m. 22 Jan 1471
  1. Afonso _____, Príncipe de Portugal1475 - 1491
  2. Infante dom João de Portugal1483 - 1483
  1. Jorge de Lancastre, 2º Duque de Coimbra1481 - 1550
Facts and Events
Name João II de Portugal
Gender Male
Birth[1] 2 Mar 1455 Lisboa, Lisboa, PortugalHouse of Aviz
Alt Birth[4] 3 May 1455 Lisboa, Lisboa, Portugal
Alt Birth[2][3] 5 May 1455 Lisboa, Lisboa, Portugal
Marriage 22 Jan 1471 Setúbal, Setúbal, Portugalto Leonor de Viseu
Marriage Cohabitation?
to Ana de Mendonça
Death[1][2][3][4] 25 Oct 1495 Alvor, Portimão, Faro, Portugal
Burial[2][3] Batalha, Batalha, Leiria, Portugal
Reference Number? Q217637?

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John II (; ; 3 March 1455 – 25 October 1495), called the Perfect Prince, was King of Portugal from 1481 until his death in 1495, and also for a brief time in 1477. He is known for re-establishing the power of the Portuguese monarchy, reinvigorating the Portuguese economy, and renewing his country's exploration of Africa and the Orient.

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  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Infante dom JOÃO de Portugal, in Cawley, Charles. Medieval Lands: A prosopography of medieval European noble and royal families.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Sousa, António Caetano de. Historia genealogica da Casa Real Portugueza: desde a sua origem até o presente, com as Familias illustres, que procedem dos Reys, e dos Serenissimos Duques de Bragança : justificada com instrumentos, e escritores de inviolavel fé. (Lisboa Occidental: Joseph Antonio da Sylva, impressor da Academia Real, 1735-1749)