Leonor of Aragón Queen of Portugal
Name: Leonor of Aragón Queen of Portugal
Leonor de Aragón (1405-1445) is the youngest daughter of Fernando el de Antequera, King of Aragón, and Leonor de Alburquerque, as well as sister of María de Aragón, Queen of Castilla, all of whom are mentioned by different poets. She married in 1428 with Duarte, successor of Juan I de Portugal. She becomes queen in 1433 and has eight children, including Alfonso (Alfonso V el Africano) and Juana, second wife of Enrique IV de Castilla.
Text: Cancionero de Baena (Dutton PN1); Dutton, Brian y Joaquín González Cuenca, eds., Cancionero de Juan Alfonso de Baena, Madrid, Visor, 1993. The page http://cancionerovirtual.liv.ac.uk is not found now. Alternatively see BDTEA (Biblioteca Digital de Textos del Español Antiguo. Textos Poéticos Españoles).
ID1640, PN1-514, “Siete plantas muy reales” (BDTEA).
Fray Diego de Valençia (ID1640).
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