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Miguel da Paz, Prince of Portugal

Miguel da Paz
Prince of Portugal, Prince of Asturias and Prince of Girona
Born (1498-08-23)23 August 1498
Zaragoza
Died 19 July 1500(1500-07-19)
(aged 1 year, 329 days)
Granada
Burial Capilla Real, Granada
House House of Aviz
Father Manuel I of Portugal
Mother Isabella of Aragon
Religion Roman Catholicism
Iberian kingdoms during Miguel da Paz's lifetime. Had he survived, he'd have united the three kingdoms (Castile and León, Aragon, and Portugal) and brought about an Iberian Union.

Miguel da Paz, Prince of Portugal and Prince of Asturias (Portuguese: Miguel da Paz de Trastâmara e Avis, Portuguese pronunciation: ; Spanish: Miguel de la Paz de Avís y Trastámara, "Michael of Peace") (23 August 1498 – 19 July 1500) was a Portuguese royal infante (prince), son of King Manuel I of Portugal and his first wife, Isabella of Aragon, Princess of Asturias (1470-1498).[1]

Life and Death

Miguel da Paz was born in Zaragoza, Spain on 23 August 1498.[1] His mother, Isabella of Aragon, died within an hour of his birth. He was shortly sworn heir to the various Iberian crowns by the courts of Portugal, Castile and Aragon.[1] For the next two years, he was the recognized heir of his father's kingdom of Portugal, and of the kingdoms of Castile, León, and Aragon, which he would inherit from his grandparents, Ferdinand II of Aragon and Isabella I of Castile.[2] As such, he was styled Prince of Portugal, Prince of Asturias, and Prince of Girona.

Miguel died in Granada on 19 July 1500, in his grandmother's arms.[3] He was buried in the Capilla Real, in Granada.

In October 1500, Miguel's father married Maria of Aragon, who was also the younger sister of Miguel's mother. Maria gave birth to Manuel's eventual successor, [[John III of Portugal|John III

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