Media in category "Catherine of Guimarães" The following 2 files are in this category, out of 2 total. Catherine of Habsburg, also called Catherine of Austria, Catherine of Burgundy or Catherine of Castile (14 January 1507– 12 February 1578) was Queen consort of Portugal. Catherine possessed several good qualities, but had been brought up in a convent, secluded from the world, and was scarcely a wife Charles would have chosen for himself. Various other groups raised their objections to the statue of Catherine, and the controversy forced Borough President Claire Shulman to withdraw her support, and the statue was never erected. Her father, John, 8th Duke of Braganza, was proclaimed King John IV in 1640 after leading a rebellion which ended sixty years of Spanish rule in Portugal. Catherine of Braganza (1638-1705) was the Portuguese wife of Charles II, King of England (1630-1685) from 1662-1685. Further, Catherine was a Roman Catholic, which occasionally made her a victim of popular anti-Catholic feeling. The consideration for the final choice was due to her being seen as a useful conduit for contracting an alliance between Portugal and England, after the Treaty of the Pyrenees in 1659 in which Portugal was arguably abandoned by France. Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed.). These charges, the absurdity of which was soon shown by cross-examination, nevertheless placed the queen for some time in great danger. 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" Later in the same year, she unsuccessfully interceded with James II for the life of James Scott, 1st Duke of Monmouth, Charles's illegitimate son and leader of the Monmouth Rebellion – even though Monmouth in rebellion had called upon the support represented by the staunch Protestants opposed to the Catholic Church. WE ORGANIZE SOCIEDADE NUMISMÁTICA BRASILEIRA (SNB). Fille de la Restauration qui a libéré son cher royaume du joug castillan, Catherine a toujours eu à cœur, de retour dans le giron lisboète, de veiller aux intérêts anglais. After adopting several residences in Portugal, Catherine decided to construct her own palace in Bemposta where she spent her final years. xvii. Dona Catarina, Infante de Portugal, dite Catherine de Portugal, duchesse de Bragance par son mariage, est née le 18 janvier 1540, et est morte le 15 novembre 1614.. Elle était la deuxième fille de Dom Duarte, Infant de Portugal, dit aussi Édouard de Portugal, frère cadet du roi Jean III et fils cadet du roi Manuel Ier, duc de Guimarães, et de l'Infante Isabelle de Bragance. Media in category "Catherine of Portugal" The following 2 files are in this category, out of 2 total. They were married on March 10, 1526, at the Alcázar, a Moorish palace. At the time of her marriage she was already twenty-three, something which was not lost on her critics, and had long since resigned herself to the necessity of making a grand match abroad. At Catherine Lansfield our inspiration comes from many places to … SOCIEDADE PORTUGUESA DE NUMISMÁTICA (SPN). But her marriage to Arthur lasted less than six months and was supposedly never consummated.  She arrived at Portsmouth on the evening of 13–14 May 1662, but was not visited there by Charles until 20 May. Teve como tia materna Catarina de Aragão, rainha consorte da Inglaterra, mãe da Rainha Maria I. Depois da morte do pai, em 1506, sua mãe foi encarcerada em Tordesilhas como louca e Catarina acompanhou-a, acabando por ser libertada graças à intervenção de seu irmão Carlos V. Em 5 de Fevereiro de 1525, casou-se com o rei João III de Portugal, tornando-se rainha consorte até à morte do esposo em 1557. Catherine of Aragon - Sex Addict Anne Boleyn - Alcohol Addict Jane Seymour - Gambling Addict Anna of Cleves - Alcohol Addict Katherine Howard - Sex Addict Catherine Parr - Drug Addict They aren't reincarnated, and Kat was never raped, but they've got enough angst to share Maria, Queen of Portugal (1482–1517; married to Manuel I of Portugal, widower of her sister Isabella; her daughter Isabella married Joanna's son Charles V and was the mother of Philip II of Spain, who married four times, including Catherine of Aragon's daughter, Mary I) Catherine of Aragon (1485–1536) was the youngest of the siblings She acted as regent for her brother, Peter II, in 1701 and 1704–05. However, Catherine was completely secure in her husband's favour ("she could never do anything wicked, and it would be a horrible thing to abandon her" he told Gilbert Burnet), and the House of Lords, most of whom knew her and liked her, refused by an overwhelming majority to impeach her. Catherine is credited with introducing the British to tea-drinking, which was then widespread among the Portuguese nobility. WE ORGANIZE SOCIEDADE NUMISMÁTICA BRASILEIRA (SNB).  By his mistresses Charles fathered numerous illegitimate offspring, which he acknowledged. , Catherine fainted when Charles's official mistress, Barbara Palmer was presented to her. Catherine Street, formerly Brydges Street, in central London is named after her.. Location, staff, large room with three comfortable beds. Catherine came to England in 1662, bringing a dowry of Tangier, Bombay and £300,000.  A quarter-scale model survives at the site of Expo '98 in Lisbon, Portugal, facing west across the Atlantic. Eilish Gregory, historian. She is buried in the Royal Pantheon of the Church of São Vincente de Fora in Lisbon (indicated on the map below). Catherine is often credited with the introduction of tea drinking to Britain, although Samuel Pepys makes reference to drinking tea for the first time in his diary entry for 25 September 1660, prior to Catherine's emigration to England and marriage to Charles. His plan was that she should marry his younger brother Michael, who would a Catherine (reine de Portugal) [Nom de personne] Catarina (reine de Portugal) [Nom de personne] Habsburg, Katharina von [Nom de personne] Information (par souci de protection des données à caractère personnel, le jour et le mois de naissance peuvent ne pas être affichés) In 1675 the stress of a possible revival of the divorce project indirectly led to another illness, which Catherine's physicians claimed and her husband cannot fail to have noted, was "due as much to mental as physical causes". Convento do Carmo de Lisboa 20 Tomb Princess Catarina.JPG 4,000 × 3,000; 4.99 MB Catherine is believed to have spent most of her youth in a convent close by the royal palace where she remained under the watchful eye of her protective mother. In reality, Catherine's personal charms were not potent enough to wean Charles away from the society of his mistresses, and in a few weeks after her arrival she became aware of her painful and humiliating position as the wife of a licentious king.. Initially on good terms with William and Mary, her position deteriorated as the practice of her religion led to misunderstandings and increasing isolation.  Her husband kept many mistresses, most notably Barbara Palmer, whom Catherine was forced to accept as one of her Ladies of the Bedchamber. 1 Teresa of CASTILE , Queen of Portugal =Henry of BURGUNDY , Count of Portugal Marriage: BEF. It was completed by 1667 and would become known as The Friary..  Beyond tea, her arrival brought and promulgated goods such as cane, lacquer, cottons, and porcelain. Several further depositions were made against her, and in June 1679 it was decided that she should stand trial, which threat however was lifted by the king's intervention, for which she later showed him much gratitude. The ‘D. 8,338 Followers, 1,912 Following, 1,443 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Catherine De Crèvecoeur (@catherinedecrevecoeur) Alphonse de Portugal (24 février 1526 - † 1526) inhumé au couvent de Graça puis dans la Cathédrale d'Évora. When her father died in 1521, her brother, John III of Portugal, negotiated a marriage with Catherine of Austria, sister of Charles V, the Holy Roman Emperor. Catherine of Braganza, generously lent by Her Majesty The Queen from the Royal Collection These were the first impressions King Charles II confided to Lord Clarendon following his first meeting with his wife to be, the Infanta of Portugal, Catherine Duchess of Braganza. Catherine was not a particularly popular choice of queen since she was a Roman Catholic. After her three miscarriages, it seemed to be more and more unlikely that the queen would bear an heir. Catherine had two siblings, Afonso and Pedro and grew up in a loving family. As the highest-ranking Catholic in the country, Catherine was an obvious target for Protestant extremists, and it was hardly surprising that the Popish Plot of 1678 would directly threaten her position. New York Times, 11 October 1990 and 9 January 1998. Catherine was born at the Ducal Palace of Vila Viçosa, as the second surviving daughter of John, 8th Duke of Braganza and his wife, Luisa de Guzmán. Little is known of Catherine's own thoughts on the match. In return Portugal obtained British military and naval support (which would prove to be decisive) in her fight against Spain and liberty of worship for Catherine. In 1640, Catherine’s father was proclaimed King John IV of Portugal after a revolt of the nobility led to the deposition of the Habsburg King Philip III of Portugal and IV of Spain. Catherine was born at the Ducal Palace of Vila Viçosa, as the second surviving daughter of John, 8th Duke of Braganza and his wife, Luisa de Guzmán. In 1670, on a trip to Audley End with her ladies-in-waiting, the once chronically shy Catherine attended a country fair disguised as a village maiden, but was soon discovered and, due to the large crowds, forced to make a hasty retreat. Devoted to her beloved Portugal, as she set sail for England any distress she may have felt at leaving her family and her home was no doubt lessened by the knowledge that her marriage had been hailed as "the welcomest news that ever came to the Portuguese people".. I beg hers with all my heart; take her back that answer.  In 1670 Charles II ordered the building of a Royal yacht HMY Saudadoes for her, used for pleasure trips on the Thames and to maintain communications with the Queen's homeland of Portugal, making the journey twice. Catherine of Habsburg, also called Catherine of Austria, Catherine of Burgundy or Catherine of Castile (14 January 1507– 12 February 1578) was Queen consort of Portugal. She produced no heirs for the king, having suffered three miscarriages. The cultural level of Catherine de Medici, according to historians, was far above the average among aritocrats. Catherine, ever ambitious, laid claim to the crown of Portugal for a member of her family, and dreamed in vain of giving the crown of France to her daughter's son, the Marquis de Pont a Mousson; but the matter rested between the Guises and the Bourbons. Catherine was born into the House of Braganza, the most senior noble house in Portugal. After the tri-centennial of the establishment of Queens County in 1983, a group of Portuguese-Americans began raising money to erect a 35-foot statue of Queen Catherine on the East River waterfront in Long Island City. Catherine came to England in 1662, bringing a dowry of Tangier, Bombay and £300,000. By all accounts Catherine grew into a quiet, even-tempered young woman.  Following the Portuguese Restoration War, her father was acclaimed King John IV of Portugal, on 1 December 1640. 4 October (Sunday): Municipal holiday (Camara de Lobos) 9 October (Friday): Municipal holiday (Machico) 25 November (Wednesday): Saint Catherine’s Day (Calheta) Important dates in Portugal 2020. Her Majesty The Queen of Portugal and the Algarves, Birth of Afonso de Avis, Príncipe de Portugal, Birth of Maria Manuela de Avis, Princesa de Astúrias, "Catherine of Habsburg", "Catherine of Austria", "Catherine of Burgundy", "Catherine of Castile", Queen of Portugal, Queen of Portugal and the Algarves. Her mother in law the Dowager Queen Henrietta Maria was pleased with her and Henrietta wrote that she is "The best creature in the world, from whom I have so much affection, I have the joy to see the King love her extremely. ... Isabella and Maria, would each marry the king of Portugal. Catherine became pregnant and miscarried at least three times, and during a severe illness in 1663, she imagined, for a time, that she had given birth. Era filha de Joana, a Louca, rainha de Espanha, e de Filipe, o Belo, arquiduque da Áustria e Duque da Borgonha. Catherine was born in Lisbon on 26 November 1436. Her position was a difficult one, and though Charles continued to have children by his many mistresses, he insisted she be treated with respect, and sided with her against his mistresses when he felt she was not receiving the respect she was due. ASSOCIAÇÃO NUMISMÁTICA DE PORTUGAL (ANP). When he lay dying in 1685, he asked for Catherine, but she sent a message asking that her presence be excused and "to beg his pardon if she had offended him all his life." Elle restera enfermée à Tordesillas jusqu'à la fin de la régence de Maximilien Ier du Saint-Empire. Manuel Andrade e Sousa, Catherine of Braganza: Princess of Portugal, Wife to Charles II, Inapa, 1994 Our second Super Ship, S.S. Catherine, continues this proud tradition of excellence with sumptuous materials and meticulous attention to detail. Anxious to re-establish good relations with the Pope and perhaps gain recognition for Portuguese independence, she sent Richard Bellings, later her principal secretary, to Rome with letters for the pope and several cardinals. In a far cry from her convent-days the newly liberated Catherine displayed a fondness for the recent trend of court ladies wearing men's clothing, which we are told, "showed off her pretty, neat legs and ankles"; and she was even reported to have considered leading the way in wearing shorter dresses, which would show off her feet. 24 AUG 1092 2 Alfonso HENRIQUEZ 2 URRACA =Bermudo Perez of TRASTAMARA , Count of Trastamara Marriage: BEF. ...manuelle Aviz, Isabelle Aviz Infante van Portugal, Beatrix Aviz Infante van Portugal, Emanuel Aviz Infant van Portugal, Philips Aviz Infa... 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Catherine of Braganza was born in 1638 as the daughter of John, 8th Duke of Braganza, later King John IV of Portugal and his wife, Luisa de Guzmán. Her Royal Highness Infanta Catherine of Castile, Her Royal Highness Archduchess Catherine of Austria. The coin featuring Queen Catherine of Braganza (1638-1705), Queen Consort of the Kingdoms of England, Scotland and Ireland after her marriage to Charles II of England, is the latest addition to the “Queens of Europe” series, aimed at portraying Portuguese princesses who reigned in Europe. Catherine occupied herself with her faith. Catherine of Braganza (1638-1705) was the Portuguese wife of Charles II, King of England (1630-1685) from 1662-1685. "Catherine of Braganza". CATHERINE II. It is more likely that she popularised the drink, which was unusual in Britain at the time. Catarina de Guimarães, Duquesa de Bragança.jpg 250 × 305; 122 KB Commonly regarded as the power behind the throne, Queen Luisa was also a devoted mother who took an active interest in her children's upbringing and personally supervised her daughter's education. Media in category "Catherine of Portugal" The following 2 files are in this category, out of 2 total. Catherine of Braganza (1638-1705), Queen of Charles II. Her husband was chosen by Luisa, who acted as regent of her country following her husband's death in 1656. The following day the couple were married at Portsmouth in two ceremonies – a Catholic one conducted in secret, followed by a public Anglican service.. De cette union naquirent neuf enfants, dont beaucoup moururent en bas âge . Catherine De Castille Et Aragon in GenealogieOnline Family Tree Index Catherine De Castille Et Aragon Added 2020-12-01 17:10:09 -0800 by Barry Minster, OAM De Mello was dismissed the following year for ordering the printing of a Catholic book, leaving the beleaguered Catherine even more isolated at court". Dona Catarina, Infante de Portugal, dite Catherine de Portugal, duchesse de Bragance par son mariage, est née le 18 janvier 1540, et est morte le 15 novembre 1614.. Elle était la deuxième fille de Dom Duarte, Infant de Portugal, dit aussi Édouard de Portugal, frère cadet du roi Jean III et fils cadet du roi Manuel Ier, duc de Guimarães, et de l'Infante Isabelle de Bragance. Maria II, queen of Portugal (1834–53). On 28 November Oates accused her of high treason, and the English House of Commons passed an order for the removal of her and of all Roman Catholics from the Palace of Whitehall. 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Catherine, ever ambitious, laid claim to the crown of Portugal for a member of her family, and dreamed in vain of giving the crown of France to her daughter's son, the Marquis de Pont a Mousson; but the matter rested between the Guises and the Bourbons. Over time, her quiet decorum, loyalty and genuine affection for Charles changed the public's perception of her. Katharine was promised to England; the betrothal contract was … She was the daughter of King John IV of Portugal and his wife Luisa de Guzmán. Medici, Catherine de (1519–1589)Influential queen mother who tried to put an end to the French Wars of Religion, alternating between attempts at encouraging peaceful coexistence between Catholics and Protestants and attempts to eliminate the Protestant minority . Her father John, duke of Braganza, who became king of Portugal in 1640, was at the time of her birth the most powerful of the nobility of Portugal. Catherine Of Braganza, (born Nov. 25, 1638, Vila Viçosa, Port.—died Dec. 31, 1705, Lisbon), Portuguese Roman Catholic wife of King Charles II of England (ruled 1660–85). In the same year, all Irish and English Catholic priests were ordered to leave the country, which left Catherine dependent upon foreign priests. Catherine served as regent of Portugal during the absence of her brother in 1701 and during 1704–1705, after her return to her homeland as a widow.
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