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Douce of Aragon (1160–1198)

Queen of Portugal. Name variations: Dulce of Aragon; Dulcia of Barcelona. Born in 1160; died on September 1, 1198, in Coimbra, Portugal; buried at Holy Cross Church, Coimbra; daughter of Raymond Berengar II, count of Provence, and Petronilla (1135–1174), queen of Aragon; married Sancho I (1154–1211 or 1212), king of Portugal (r. 1185–1211 or 1212), in 1181; children: Theresa Henriques (c. 1176–1250, who married Alphonso IX, king of Leon); Sancha (c. 1178–1229); Raimundo (1180–1189); Costanza (1182–1202); Alphonso II the Fat (1185–1223), king of Portugal (r. 1211–1223, who married Urraca of Castile [c. 1196–1220]); Pedro (1187–1258), king of Majorca; Fernando also known as Ferdinand of Portugal (1188–1233, who married Johanna of Flanders ); Henrique (1189–c. 1191); Branca (c. 1192–1240); Berengaria (1194–1221), queen of Denmark; Mafalda (c. 1197–1257).

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