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Pedro, Prince of Brazil

Prince of Brazil, Duke of Braganza (more...)
Prince Pedro (seated) and his older sister, Infanta Barbara; by Domenico Duprà.
Born 19 October 1712
Lisbon, Portugal
Died 29 October 1714
Lisbon, Portugal
Burial Royal Pantheon, Lisbon, Portugal
Full name
Pedro de Alcântara Francisco António João Carlos Xavier de Paula Miguel Rafael
House House of Braganza
Father John V of Portugal
Mother Maria Anna of Austria
Religion Roman Catholicism

Pedro, Prince of Brazil (Lisbon, 19 October 1712 - Lisbon, 29 October 1714) was the second child of John V of Portugal and Maria Ana of Austria. He was made Prince of Brazil and Duke of Braganza upon his birth. He died at the age of two, making his brother Joseph (future Joseph I of Portugal) the new Prince of Brazil.

The Royal Family at the Baptism of Pedro, Prince of Brazil; c. 1712.


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