Eleanor of Portugal (1328–1348)

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Eleanor of Portugal (1328–1348)

Queen of Aragon. Name variations: Leonor of Portugal; Eleanor Henriques; Enriques or Enriquez. Born in 1328; died on October 29, 1348, at age 20, in Teruel, Aragon, Spain; daughter of Beatrice of Castile and Leon (1293–1359), queen of Portugal, and Alphonso IV, king of Portugal (r. 1325–1357); sister of Pedro or Peter I, king of Portugal (r. 1357–1367), and Maria of Portugal (1313–1357, who married Alphonso XI of Castile); became second wife of Pedro IV also known as Peter IV the Ceremonious (b. 1319), king of Aragon (r. 1336–1387), in 1347; children: none. Peter IV's first wife was Marie of Navarre ; his third wife was Eleanor of Sicily (d. 1375).