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His aunt Constance Queen of Castile invited him to the court of Castile. He was granted Mallorca as a fief for life in 1231 by Jaime I King of Aragon, in return for confirmation of the latter's title to the county of Urgel: Infans D. Portugalensium Rex et uxor mea Dona Dulcia..filiis nostris Rege Domno Aldphonso et Rege Domno Petro et Rege Domno Fernando et filiabus nostris Regina Dona Therasia et Regina Domna Sancia donated paludem de Otta to Alcobaa monastery by charter dated Mar Era 1228 [1189 or 1190 if O. Although the protg of Philippe II King of France, he exiled several prominent Francophiles after arriving in Flanders and opened negotiations with England.
He may have arrived in Spain with the expedition of the Eudes I Duke of Burgundy in 1086/87, following a call from the abbey of Cluny to fight "the infidel". Portugalensium Rex et uxor mea Dona Dulcia..filiis nostris Rege Domno Aldphonso et Rege Domno Petro et Rege Domno Fernando et filiabus nostris Regina Dona Therasia et Regina Domna Sancia donated paludem de Otta to Alcobaa monastery by charter dated Mar Era 1228 [1189 or 1190 if O. Petrus granted comitatum Urgelli to Domino Jacobo... He refused to participate in King Philippe's projected invasion of England in 1213. Aldona"He was presumably born after, or only shortly before, his fathers charter dated Mar 1189 in which he is not named (see above).
Count Henri's widow Teresa adopted the title Queen of Portugal in 1117.
Her son Conde Afonso expelled Queen Teresa from Portugal in 1128 and proclaimed himself king of Portugal in 1139.
He was killed at the siege of Astorga, supporting doa Urraca Queen of Castile against her second husband don Alfonso I King of Aragon. He succeeded in 1217 as The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D.
The Chronicon Lusitanum records the death Kal Mai in 1152 (1114) of Comes D.
Henricus The Chronicon Regum Legionensium names "Jimena Muoz" as the first of two concubines of King Alfonso, and their daughters "Elvira the wife of count Raymond of Toulouseand Teresa the wife of Count Henry"Her parentage is confirmed by the charter dated under which her daughter Sancha Enrquez property in Trobajo del Cerecedo, which she inherited from "avia mea dompna Hensemena Muizet de mater mea eius filia regina dompna Teresa", to the parents of Juan Albertino Bishop of Len.
Comite Dono Henrico..uxore mea Infante Dona Taraxea granted privileges to Villa Constantin de Panonias, confirmed by Infans Dono Alfoso filius Henrici comiti et uxor mea Infante Dona Taraxia, by charter dated 1096. She continued her husband's expansionist policy, harrying her half-sister Queen Urraca at every opportunity, probably with a view to replacing her as Queen of Castile.
Oterolo iusta flumen Aratogie territorio Castro Froila..fuit de Pelagio Pelaiz" to Iohan Flainiz, records Henricus comes in Alcamora et in Astorica simul in Portugal.... (Guimares , separated 1195, annulled for consanguinity 1198) as his first wife, her first cousin, ALFONSO IX King of Len, son of FERNANDO II King of Len & his first wife Infanta dona Urraca de Portugal (Zamora -Villanueva de Sarra , bur Santiago de Compostela, Cathedral Santiago el Mayor). Under the division of territories decreed by Fernando I King of Castile and Len after his death, the territory of Portugal was part of the kingdom of Galicia which fell to Fernando's youngest son Garca. She became Seora de Aroua after her separation from her husband. Majori Suerii...[et] filiam suam, and appointed as her executors Dominam Orracam Sancii sororem meam et Dominam Eldaram consanguineam meam... The local barons rebelled against his rule, and Galicia was invaded by Garca's brother Alfonso VI King of Len who incorporated it into his territories. Founder of, and a nun at, the Cistercian convent of Aroua near Lisbon. (Burgos 1215 before 29 Aug, separated 1216 for consanguinity) ENRIQUE I King of Castile, son of ALFONSO VIII "el Noble" King of Castile & his wife Eleanor of England (Valladolid -Palencia , bur Las Huelgas, Cistercian monastery of Santa Mara la Real). The name Portugal is first found in a document of 883. By the middle of 11th century, the office of dux was no longer being filled, the King of Castile and Len appointing local administrators ("meirinhos") to supplant the influence of the local aristocracy. Aldona", adding that Blanca died "en Guadalaxara" and was buried "en S. Portugali Rex, dated Oct 1209, bequeathed property to ...nepos meus Infans Donnus Fernandus..me Regin Donn Tharasi...
The dating clause of a charter dated , under which "Brabolio Gutierrez" sold land en territorio de Len las villas Cubillas to Ordoo Sarraciniz y a su mujer Fronilde Ovquiz, records comes Raimundus in Galicia et in Zamora, comes domno Enrriz in Otero de Sellas, comite Petro Ansurez in Saldania.