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List of titles and honours of the Portuguese Crown

This List of titles and honours of the Portuguese Crown sets out the many titles of the monarchs of the Kingdom of Portugal while the monarchy was still in place.

Titles held by the monarch of Kingdom of Portugal

Note: Titles marked with * are titles that were not still used or still held at the time of the deposition of the monarchy in Portugal in 1910. Titles marked with ^ are titles that were claimed or held when the monarch of Portugal also held or claimed the Spanish throne. Titles marked with " are titles that were personally held by the Portuguese monarch:

Empires

Kingdoms

Principalities

Duchies

Counties

Lordships

Titles held by the heir apparent of the Kingdom of Portugal

Note: Titles marked with * are titles that were not still used or still held at the time of the deposition of the monarchy in Portugal in 1910.

Principalities

Duchies

Marquessates

Counties

Hereditary Orders

Titles held by the heir apparent to the heir apparent of the Kingdom of Portugal

Principalities

Duchies

Counties

See also

Sources

  • Titles held by the heir to the throne of Portugal (In Portuguese)
  • Titles held by the heir to the heir of the throne of Portugal (In Portuguese)

References

  1. ^ King John VI of Portugal was titular Emperor of Brazil from 1825 till his death in 1826
  2. ^ King Pedro IV of Portugal reigned also as Emperor Pedro I of Brazil
  3. ^ The Duchess of Braganza, both by marriage or own right, is the grand mistress of the Order of Saint Isabel
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