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James of Portugal

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Title: James of Portugal  
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Subject: Francisco António, Prince of Beira, Miguel, Prince of Beira, Diogo, Constable of Portugal, Infante António of Portugal, Diogo, Duke of Viseu
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James of Portugal

Coat of Arms of James of Portugal, combining his father coat of arms (Aviz-Coimbra) with his mother's (Aragon).

James of Portugal (17 September 1433 – 27 August 1459), also known

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