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Eleanor of Albuquerque (1374–1435)

Eleanor of Albuquerque (1374–1435)

Queen of Aragon. Name variations: Leonor of Albuquerque. Born in 1474; died on December 16, 1435 (some sources cite 1455); daughter of Beatrice of Portugal (c. 1347–1318) and Sancho (b. 1373), count of Albuquerque; married Fernando also known as Ferdinand I of Antequera (b. 1380), king of Aragon (r. 1412–1416); children: Alfonso also known as Alphonso V (1396–1458), king of Aragon (r. 1416–1458); Juan also known as John II of Trastamara (1398–1479), king of Navarre and Aragon (r. 1458–1479); Enrique or Henry (1399–1445); Sancho (1400–1417); Leonora of Aragon (1405–1445, who married Duarte I, king of Portugal, 1391–1438); Pedro or Peter (1409–1438); Maria of Aragon (1403–1445, who married John II, king of Leon and Castile).

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