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Alfons, V., Portugal, König

Record IDcnp01406096
URIhttp://thesaurus.cerl.org/record/cnp01406096
Biographical Data1432 - 1481
Place of BirthSintra
Place of DeathSintra
Last Edit2018-12-12

General Note

Portug. König, regierte ab 1438; Begründer der Bibliothek von Coimbra; veranlaßte die sogenannte "alfonsinische Gesetzessammlung", Eroberungspolitik in Nordafrika
Note de regroupement par domaine: Histoire de l'Europe (940)
Roi de Portugal (1448-1481), fils du roi Edouard

More Information

Further Biographical Data1432-1481
15.01.1432-28.08.1481
1432-1481
Primary Language(s)Portuguese
Title of NobilityKönig (gnd)
ActivityPersonen der Geschichte (Politiker und historische Persönlichkeiten) (16.5p) (sswd)
CountryPortugal
Geographic NotePT (iso3166)
NationalityPortugal

Place of Activity

Place of BirthSintra (Portugal) (1432)
Lieu de naissance
Sintra
Geburtsort
Place of DeathSintra (Portugal) (1481)
Lieu de mort
Sintra
Sterbeort

Related Entries

SpouseIsabel, Portugal, Königin, 1432-1455
Beziehung familiaer. -- Ehefrau
ChildJohann, II., Portugal, König, 1455-1495
Beziehung familiaer. -- Sohn

Names

HeadingAlfons, V., Portugal, König
used in: Personal Names Authority File (PND), Germany
Afonso, V, King of Portugal
used in: British Library: English Short Title Catalogue - AACR2 Heading, London (United Kingdom)
Alphonse, V, roi de Portugal
used in: Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris
Variant NameAffonso, V, King of Portugal
Affonso, V., Portugal, King
Afonso, V, roi de Portugal
Portuguese
Afonso, the African
Afonso o africano, roi de Portugal
Portuguese
Alfonso, V., Portugal, King
Alfonso, V., Portugal, Rei
Alfonso, el Africano
Alphonse, V., Portugal, Roi
Alphonse, l'Africain
Alphonse l'africain, roi de Portugal
French
Alphonso, V, King of Portugal
Alfons der Afrikaner

Sources

Found inD. Afonso V : o africano / Saul António Gomes, 2009. — Grande encic. Port. e Brasileira = Afronso V, 1432-1481. — LMA,I,405/07. — LCAuth. — Mourre, 1986. — GLE
Imprint SourcesOrdenaco̧ens. -
R205924: Five treatises of the philosophers stone. Two of Alphonso King of Portugall, as it was written with his own hand, and taken out of his closset, 1651

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