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tt 80 Philip IV., 1665
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The kings of Portugal are marked 10—31.

The descendants of John the Bastard are written in small capitals.

This table shows the pretenders for the Portuguese crown, in 1580,

They were— I. The Prior of Crato, grandson of Emanuel the Grei

II. Ranuccio of Parma, great grandson of" ""

III. Emanuel Philibert of Savoy," "" M

IV. John of Braganza, lineal descendant of John the 1

Philip II., king of Spain, grandson of Emanuel the Great, became

peninsula of the Pyrenees was united under one ruler.
The Portuguese revolution of 1640 brought to the throne the houa
The younger branch rules in Brazil.
The dotted line indicates bastard descent.

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