Afonso I o Portugal

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Afonso I
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Keeng Afonso in Compendio de crónicas de reyes del Antiguo Testamento, gentiles, cónsules y emperadores romanos, reyes godos y de los reinos de Castilla, Aragón, Navarra y Portugal (c. 1312–25)
Keeng o Portugal
Ring 26 Julie 1139 – 6 December 1185
Acclamation 26 Julie 1139
Successor Sancho I
Coont o Portugal
Ring 24 Juin 1128 – 25 Julie 1139
Predecessor Teresa
Born Disputed: 1106, 1109 or 1111
Disputed: Coimbra, Guimarães or Viseu, Portugal; Tierra de Campos or Sahagún, León
Dee'd 6 December 1185 (agit 73–79)
Coimbra, Portugal
Buirial Santa Cruz Monastery, Coimbra, Portugal
Spouse Mafalda o Savoy
Issue Urraca, Queen o León
Sancho I, Keeng o Portugal
Teresa, Coontess o Flanders
Hoose Burgundy
Faither Henry, Coont o Portugal
Mither Teresa, Coontess o Portugal
Releegion Roman Catholicism

Afonso I (European Portuguese: [ɐˈfõsu]; 25 Julie 1106 / 1109 or August 1109 / 1111 – 6 December 1185), nicknamed "the Conqueror" (Portuguese: O Conquistador), "the Foonder" (O Fundador) or "the Great" (O Grande) bi the Portuguese, an El-Bortukali [in Arabic البرتقالي] ("the Portuguese") an Ibn-Arrink [in Arabic ابن الرَّنك or ابن الرَنْق] ("son o Henry", "Henriques") bi the Moors that he focht, wis the first Keeng o Portugal.