Dona Catarina, Infante de Portugal, dite Catherine de Portugal, Duchesse de Bragance par son mariage, est née le 18 janvier 1540, et est morte le 15 novembre 1614.Elle était la deuxième fille de Dom Duarte, Infant de Portugal, dit aussi Édouard de Portugal, duc de Guimarães, et de l'Infante Isabelle de Bragance.

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  • Dona Catarina, Infante de Portugal, dite Catherine de Portugal, Duchesse de Bragance par son mariage, est née le 18 janvier 1540, et est morte le 15 novembre 1614.Elle était la deuxième fille de Dom Duarte, Infant de Portugal, dit aussi Édouard de Portugal, duc de Guimarães, et de l'Infante Isabelle de Bragance. Après la mort de son frère le Connétable Dom Duarte, Infant de Portugal, duc de Guimarães, elle hérita de ses droits à la couronne portugaise, puisque sa sœur Dona Maria, Infante de Portugal, mariée au duc de Parme, Alexandre Farnèse, perdait ses droits en ne les réclamant pas et en maintenant sa descendance étrangère au royaume de Portugal. Pour cette raison, à la réunion des États à Lisbonne, en 1641, il fut décidé que la couronne portugaise ne pourrait plus se transmettre sinon aux princes naturels, ou portugais.Les droits de la princesse Catherine à la succession de Portugal, droits qu'elle réclama en 1580, étaient ceux d'être la seule princesse portugaise alors vivante avec descendance, la petite-fille par les mâles d'Emmanuel le Fortuné, tandis que Philipe Ier (Philippe II d'Espagne), qui occupa militairement le Portugal en 1581, forçant son acclamation à la couronne, n'était que son petit-fils par les femmes, sa mère, l'impératrice Isabelle de Portugal, femme de Charles Quint, venant après tous ses frères dans la succession royale.L'Infante Dona Catarina épousa son cousin Jean Ier de Bragance, duc de Bragance.De cette union naîtront : Marie de Bragance (1565-1592) Séraphine de Bragance (1566-1604), en 1594 elle épousa Jean Pacheco, duc d'Escabre, (1563-1615) Théodose II de Bragance, duc de Bragance Édouard de Bragance, marquis de Flexilla, (1569-1627), en 1596 il épousa Béatrix d'Oropesa, en 1610 il épousa Guyomare d'Ayras de Pardo. Alexandre de Bragance (1570-1608), il fut archevêque d'Evora Chérubine de Bragance (1572-1580) Angélique de Bragance (1573-1576) Marie de Bragance (1573-1573) Isabelle de Bragance (1578-1582) Philippe de Bragance (1581-1608)
  • D. Catarina, Infanta de Portugal, (18 de Janeiro de 1540 - 15 de Novembro de 1614), foi a segunda filha do Infante D. Duarte, Duque de Guimarães, filho do Rei de Portugal, D. Manuel I e da Infanta D. Isabel de Bragança, filha do 4º Duque de Bragança, D. Jaime I. Em 1543 casou com o 6º Duque de Bragança, o seu primo D. João I.Depois da morte na Batalha de Alcácer-Quibir do Rei de Portugal, D. Sebastião e da impossibilidade do Cardeal-Rei D. Henrique gerar herdeiros, D. Catarina torna-se numa das candidatas ao trono de Portugal, em virtude de ser neta por varonia do Rei D. Manuel I. Os outros candidatos eram D. António, Prior do Crato e Filipe II de Espanha, acabando por ser este último a obter o trono por força militar, invadindo Portugal. No entanto, com base nas legitimidade das pretensões da Infanta D. Catarina, o seu neto D. João II, Duque de Bragança tornar-se-á Rei de Portugal, em 1640 como D. João IV.Do casamento de D. Catarina com D. João I de Bragança, nasceram:D. Maria de BragançaD. Serafina de Bragança, duquesa consorte de EscalonaD. Teodósio, 7º duque de Bragança como D. Teodósio IID. Duarte de Portugal, 1º marquês de FrechillaD. Alexandre de Bragança, arcebispo de ÉvoraD. Querubina de BragançaD. Angélica de BragançaD. Maria de BragançaD. Filipe de Bragança
  • Caterina d'Aviz (Lisbona, 18 gennaio 1540 – Vila Viçosa, 15 novembre 1614) fu una principessa portoghese e duchessa consorte di Braganza.
  • Caterina de Avis y Braganza (Lisboa, 18 de enero de 1540-Vila Viçosa, 15 de noviembre de 1614). Infanta de Portugal, fue la segunda hija de Eduardo de Portugal, IV duque de Guimarães e hijo de Manuel I de Portugal y de Isabel de Braganza, hija del duque Jaime I de Braganza. En 1563 se casa con su primo-hermano, el duque Juan I de Braganza, convirtiéndose en duquesa consorte.Después de la muerte en la batalla de Alcázarquivir de Sebastián I y de la imposibilidad del cardenal-rey Enrique I de generar herederos, Caterina se convirtió en una de las candidatas al trono de Portugal, en virtud de ser nieta de Manuel I. Los otros candidatos eran Antonio, prior de Crato y Felipe II de España, acabando por ser este último en obtener definitivamente el trono. Sin embargo, con base en las legitimidad de las pretensiones de Catalina, su nieto, el duque Juan II de Braganza se convirtió en rey de Portugal, en 1640 como Juan IV.Del matrimonio de Catalina con Juan I de Braganza, nacieron: María (1565-¿?) Serafina (1566-[1604), casada con Juan Fernández Pacheco, V duque de Escalona; Teodósio (1568-¿?), VII duque de Braganza con el nombre de Teodósio II, casado con Ana de Velasco y Girón y padre del futuro Juan IV de Portugal; Eduardo, I marqués de Frechilla; Alejandro, arzobispo de Évora; Querubina (1572-1580); Angélica (1573-1576); María (1573-1573); Felipe (1581-?).↑ 1,0 1,1 1,2
  • Caterina de Portugal (Lisboa 1540 - Vila Viçosa 1614), infanta de Portugal.
  • Infanta Catherine of Guimarães, Duchess of Braganza by marriage (Portuguese: Catarina; Portuguese pronunciation: [kɐtɐˈɾinɐ]; 1540–1614) was a Portuguese infanta (princess) claimant to the throne following the death of King Henry of Portugal in 1580.She was the second daughter of Infante Edward, 4th Duke of Guimarães (sixth son of Manuel I of Portugal) and Isabella of Braganza, she was married to John, 6th Duke of Braganza, a descendant of earlier Portuguese monarchs, and head of the most important aristocratic House in Portugal. The duchess had several children, of whom Teodósio of Braganza, was her eldest surviving son.When King Henry died (1580), Edward's issue were the only surviving legitimate heirs of any of the sons of King Manuel I of Portugal. As the male line is preferred in Portuguese succession before the female one, descendants of Manuel I's daughters (such as king Philip II of Spain) had, in principle, only a weaker claim to the throne than Edward's descendants, to whom Catherine belonged.Following this principle, the first in line to the throne would have been Catherine's nephew Ranuccio I Farnese of Parma, as that 11-year old Italian boy was the heir of her elder sister Maria of Guimarães. Catherine is said to have been ambitious and participated in intrigues.Her cousin, King Philip II of Spain, used his descent as son of Infanta Isabella, eldest daughter of king Manuel I. Her other cousin Anthony, Prior of Crato was a male, though illegitimate. Anthony had already in 1578 claimed the throne.Catherine had married the Duke of Braganza, John, who himself as a grandson of the late James, Duke of Braganza, was a legitimate heir of Portugal. The Duchess' son, Teodósio of Braganza, would have been their royal heir and successor to the throne.The duchess's claim was relatively strong, as it was reinforced by her husband's position as one of the legitimate heirs; thus they would both be entitled to hold the kingship. Her claim was also strengthened by the fact that she was living in Portugal, and was a mature woman of forty. However, Portugal had not yet had a generally recognized queen regnant, but only males on the throne. Moreover, she was a younger daughter, thus there was a genealogically senior claimant, her nephew Ranuccio.Philip II of Spain tried to bribe Catherine's husband, the Duke of Braganza, to abandon his wife's pretensions, offering him the Vice-Kingdom of Brazil, the post of Grand-Master of the Order of Christ, a license to send a personal ship to India every year, and the marriage of one of his daughters to Diego, Prince of Asturias, Philip's heir at that time. The Duke of Braganza, influenced by Catherine, refused the proposal.She failed in the struggle: the strongest claimant was her cousin Philip II of Spain who wanted to unite Portugal in a personal union with the other Spanish kingdoms under himself. The nationalist party, those who desired Portugal to remain independent, supported her illegitimate cousin Anthony of Crato, not Catherine. Anthony lost the final competition to Philip in the Battle of Alcântara in 1580.In a couple of years, she lost her husband John of Braganza (1543–1583). She lived on as a widowed lady under the rule of her Castilian cousin.In 1640, Catherine's grandson and direct heir, the then Duke of Braganza, became King John IV of Portugal. The Duchess was then retrospectively acknowledged as the legitimate heir, as result of her descendants obtaining the throne, although in her own lifetime she was only one of several possible heirs. By the unanimous voice of the people John was raised to the throne of Portugal during the revolution effected on December 1, 1640 against the Spanish king, Philip IV.
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  • Dona Catarina, Infante de Portugal, dite Catherine de Portugal, Duchesse de Bragance par son mariage, est née le 18 janvier 1540, et est morte le 15 novembre 1614.Elle était la deuxième fille de Dom Duarte, Infant de Portugal, dit aussi Édouard de Portugal, duc de Guimarães, et de l'Infante Isabelle de Bragance.
  • Caterina d'Aviz (Lisbona, 18 gennaio 1540 – Vila Viçosa, 15 novembre 1614) fu una principessa portoghese e duchessa consorte di Braganza.
  • Caterina de Portugal (Lisboa 1540 - Vila Viçosa 1614), infanta de Portugal.
  • Infanta Catherine of Guimarães, Duchess of Braganza by marriage (Portuguese: Catarina; Portuguese pronunciation: [kɐtɐˈɾinɐ]; 1540–1614) was a Portuguese infanta (princess) claimant to the throne following the death of King Henry of Portugal in 1580.She was the second daughter of Infante Edward, 4th Duke of Guimarães (sixth son of Manuel I of Portugal) and Isabella of Braganza, she was married to John, 6th Duke of Braganza, a descendant of earlier Portuguese monarchs, and head of the most important aristocratic House in Portugal.
  • Caterina de Avis y Braganza (Lisboa, 18 de enero de 1540-Vila Viçosa, 15 de noviembre de 1614). Infanta de Portugal, fue la segunda hija de Eduardo de Portugal, IV duque de Guimarães e hijo de Manuel I de Portugal y de Isabel de Braganza, hija del duque Jaime I de Braganza.
  • D. Catarina, Infanta de Portugal, (18 de Janeiro de 1540 - 15 de Novembro de 1614), foi a segunda filha do Infante D. Duarte, Duque de Guimarães, filho do Rei de Portugal, D. Manuel I e da Infanta D. Isabel de Bragança, filha do 4º Duque de Bragança, D. Jaime I. Em 1543 casou com o 6º Duque de Bragança, o seu primo D. João I.Depois da morte na Batalha de Alcácer-Quibir do Rei de Portugal, D. Sebastião e da impossibilidade do Cardeal-Rei D. Henrique gerar herdeiros, D.
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