Martim Afonso de Castro
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|Martim Afonso de Castro|
Martim Afonso de Castro in Ásia Portuguesa of Manuel de Faria e Sousa, 1675.
|Viceroy of Portuguese India|
|Monarch||Sebastian of Portugal|
|Preceded by||Aires de Saldanha|
|Succeeded by||Aleixo de Meneses|
Kingdom of Portugal
|Died||June 3, 1607 (aged 46–47)
Martim Afonso de Castro (died June 3, 1607 in Malacca) was a Portuguese Viceroy of India. He commanded the Portuguese Navy in the Battle of Cape Rachado, fought over the present day Malaccan exclave of Tanjung Tuan in 1606.
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