Joao I, King of Portugal
|born on||11 April 1358 Jul.Cal. at 15:14 (= 3:14 PM )|
|Place||Lisbonne, Portugal, 38n43, 9w08|
|Timezone||LMT m9w08 (is local mean time)|
|Astrology data||29°19' 27°07 Asc. 18°45'|
Portuguese royalty, founder of the House of Aviz. Joao was the bastard son of Pedro I and was known as John the Bastard, or alternately, Joao de Aviz o Grande. When John's father died in 1367, his half-brother Ferdinand took the throne, and when Ferdinand died in 1383, John took over as Protector of the Realm. In April 1385, he was crowned king. He married Philippa of Lancaster in February 1387.
John's armies defeated the Spanish forces and helped guarantee the future independence of Portugal. His alliance with England is the oldest in force, still in existence in 2000.
John's eldest son was Edward (Duarte) who succeeded him before Alfonso V, then Joao II, Manuel I and Joao III. One of his sons was Henry the Navigator (1394-1460) who contributed so much to Portuguese marine skills. John died on 8/14/1433 OS, Lisbon, Portugal.
- child relationship with Henry, Prince of Portugal (born 4 March 1394 Jul.Cal.)
- other kin relationship with Joao II, King of Portugal (born 13 May 1455 (greg.)). Notes: Granddad
- Death of Father 1367 (greg.)
- Death of Sibling 1383 (greg.) (Ferdinand)
- Work : Gain social status 1385 (greg.) (Crowned king)
- Death, Cause unspecified 14 August 1433 (greg.) at 12:00 noon in Lisbon, Portugal (Age 75)
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Martin Harvey quotes historical records (April 11, 1358 OS, 3:15 PM LAT)
(Encyclopedia Brittanica gives 4/11/1357: as the Annunciation calendar was in effect, this would be 1357/58.)
- Family : Relationship : Mate - Noted (Philippa of Lancaster)
- Personal : Birth : Illegitimate birth (Son of Pedro I)
- Notable : Famous : Founder/ originator (House of Aviz)
- Notable : Famous : Royal family (Portugal)