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Infante Antonio Pascual of Spain

Infante Antonio Pascual of Spain
portrait by Anton Raphael Mengs
Spouse Infanta María Amalia of Spain
Full name
Antonio Pascual Francisco Javier Juan Nepomuceno Aniello Raimundo Silvestre
House House of Bourbon
Father Charles III of Spain
Mother Maria Amalia of Saxony
Born (1755-12-31)31 December 1755
Acquaviva Palace, Caserta, Naples
Died 20 April 1817(1817-04-20) (aged 61)
El Escorial, Spain
Burial El Escorial, Spain

Infante Antonio Pascual Francisco Javier Juan Nepomuceno Aniello Raimundo Silvestre of Spain (31 December 1755 – 20 April 1817) was a son of King Charles III of Spain and younger brother of King Charles IV of Spain and King Ferdinand I of the Two Sicilies.[1]


Infante Antonio Pascual, painted by Goya.

Born in Acquaviva Palace in Caserta, where the royal family lived before the Royal Palace of Caserta was built, he was the son of Charles III of Spain and Maria Amalia of Saxony. A humanist devoted to arts, he bore a striking resemblance to his elder brother Charles IV. At the death of his uncle Ferdinand VI of Spain, who he never met, his parents, brothers Charles and Gabriel, and sisters Maria Luisa and Maria Josefa departed for Spain where his father ruled as Charles III.

Aged 40, he married on August 25, 1795, María Amalia of Spain, 16-year-old daughter of his brother Charles IV. She died 3 years later without leaving any children.

He supported his nephew Prince Ferdinand, Prince of Asturias, and profoundly disliked Manuel Godoy.

He headed the Junta Suprema de Gobierno, in the absence of his brother and nephew, when they tried to humor Napoleon in Bayonne.

During the absolute monarchy.

Titles, styles, honours and arms

Titles and styles

  • 31 December 1755 – 10 August 1759 His Royal Highness Prince Antonio Pascual of Naples and Sicily, Infante of Spain.
  • 10 August 1759 – 20 April 1817 His Royal Highness the Infante Don Antonio Pascual.




  1. ^ Biografías y Vidas

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