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Spanish–Portuguese War may refer to one of the following conflicts between Portugal and Spain (or between Portugal and Castile before 1492):
- 1383–85 Crisis, when Castile intervened unsuccessfully in a Portuguese civil war
- War of the Castilian Succession (1475–79), when Portugal intervened in a Castilian civil war, which ended with a Portugueses naval victory and a Castilian land victory
- War of the Portuguese Succession (1580–83), when Portugal passed under the rule of the Spanish Monarchy
- Portuguese Restoration War (1640–68), when Portugal regained its full sovereignty
- War of the Spanish Succession (1701–13)
- Spanish–Portuguese War (1735–37), fought over the Banda Oriental (Uruguay)
- Spanish–Portuguese War (1762–63), known as the Fantastic War
- Spanish–Portuguese War (1776–77), fought over the border between Spanish and Portuguese South America
- War of the Oranges in 1801, when Spain and France defeated Portugal in the Iberian Peninsula, while Portugal defeated Spain in South America
- Invasion of Portugal (1807), a French invasion initially supported by Spain
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