Eleanor of Portugal, Queen of Aragon

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Eleanor of Portugal
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Eleanor of Portugal, in Antonio de Hollanda's Genealogy of the Royal Houses of Spain and Portugal (1530–1534)
Queen consort of Aragon
Tenure 1347–1350
Spouse Peter IV of Aragon
House House of Burgundy
Father Alfonso IV of Portugal
Mother Beatrice of Castile
Born 3 February 1328
Kingdom of Portugal
Died 29 October 1348(1348-10-29) (aged 20)
Jérica, Crown of Aragon
Burial Nuestra Señora de Poblet, Spain
Religion Roman Catholicism

Eleanor of Portugal (Portuguese: Leonor Portuguese pronunciation: [liuˈnoɾ]) was Queen of Aragon as the wife of King Peter IV. She was born as a Portuguese infanta, the youngest daughter of King Afonso IV of Portugal and his first wife, Beatrice of Castile.

Eleanor married Peter on 15 November 1347. After a year as queen, she died in Jérica, succumbing to the Black Death.


Royal titles
Title last held by
Maria of Navarre
Queen consort of Aragon
Title next held by
Eleanor of Sicily