Duke of Beja

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The Coat of Arms of the Dukes of Beja.
Personal Coat of Arms of Infante Luis, 5th Duke of Beja.

Duke of Beja (in Portuguese Duque de Beja) was an aristocratic Portuguese title and royal dukedom, associated with the Portuguese Royal House.

List of the Dukes of Beja[edit]

  1. Ferdinand of Portugal (1433-1470), also 2nd Duke of Viseu;
  2. John of Viseu, also 3rd Duke of Viseu (1448-1472), Infante Ferdinand older son;
  3. Diogo of Viseu, also 4th Duke of Viseu (1450-1484), Infante Ferdinand 2nd male child;
  4. King Manuel I of Portugal (1469-1521), Infante Ferdinand 3rd male child;
  5. Luis, Duke of Beja (1506-1555), King Manuel I 2nd male child; father of King António I;
  6. King Pedro II of Portugal (1648-1706);
  7. Francisco, Duke of Beja (1691-1742), King Pedro II 2nd male child;
  8. Infante João, Duke of Beja (1842-1861), Queen Maria II 3rd male child;
  9. King Manuel II of Portugal (1889-1932).

See also[edit]

List of Portuguese Dukedoms

References[edit]

Bibliography[edit]

"Nobreza de Portugal e do Brasil" – Vol. II, pages 409/410. Published by Zairol Lda., Lisbon 1989.