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John, Prince of Portugal (1451)

John
Prince of Portugal
Born (1451-01-29)29 January 1451
Sintra National Palace, Sintra, Kingdom of Portugal
Died 1451, or before 1455
Burial Monastery of Batalha, Batalha, District of Leiria, Portugal
Father Afonso V of Portugal
Mother Isabella of Coimbra
Religion Roman Catholicism

John, Prince of Portugal (English: John) was a Portuguese infante, son of Afonso V and Isabella of Coimbra. He was born heir to the throne in 1451, but he died young during the same year. The title of

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