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Galerie > Medieval to Contemporary > Europe > Portugal and the Portuguese Empire
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Emerita in Hispania,   22 BC.-14 AD., Augustus, As, RPC 11. European Union, European Central Bank, Pick 21y. 10 Euro, 2014 AD., Printer: Bank of Greece, Athens, Greece, Y003H1-YA2366246699 Reverse British West Africa, 1938 AD., George VI, King's Norton mint, 2 Shillings, KM 24. 1950 AD., Germany, German Democratic Republic (GDR), Berlin mint, 1 Pfennig, KM 1. Crawford 394/1a, Roman Republic, C. Postumius, Denarius Canada, 1820-30 AD., Prince Edward Island, Token, Breton 997. 1068-1071 AD., Romanus IV, Follis, Constantinopolis mint, Sear 1867.  Thessalonica in Macedonia,  41-54 AD., Claudius, Æ21, RPC 1578 var. 1921 AD., Germany, Weimar Republic, Fürstenwalde (city), Notgeld, collector series issue, 1 Mark, Grabowski/Mehl 403.1a-13/15. 08667 Reverse 1946 AD., Hungary, Magyar Nemzeti Bank, Budapest, 100.000.000.000.000 PengÅ‘, Pick 130. Reverse   220-215 BC., Punic Empire, Carthage or Sicily, ½ Shekel, SNG Cop. 337. 1923 AD., Germany, Weimar Republic, Breyell (municipality), Notgeld, currency issue, 1.000.000.000 Mark, Keller 612e.1. A 811 Obverse  Piazza di Spagna with Fontana della Barcaccia, Rome. 1908 AD., Great Britain, Edward VII, London mint, Halfpenny, KM 793.2.  China,  990-994 AD., Northern Song dynasty, emperor Tai Zong, 1 Cash, Hartill 16.32. 

Portugal and the Portuguese Empire before 1500


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John V of Portugal (1707-1750)


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Joseph I of Portugal (1750-1777)


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Maria I of Portugal (1777-1816)


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In 1777, Maria became the first undisputed queen regnant of Portugal. With Maria's accession, her husband became king as Peter III. Despite Peter's status as king and the nominal joint reign, the actual regal authority was vested solely in Maria, as she was the lineal heir of the crown. Also, as Peter's kingship was iure uxoris only.

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Peter III of Portugal (1777-86)



With Maria's accession, her husband became king as Peter III. Despite Peter's status as king and the nominal joint reign, the actual regal authority was vested solely in Maria, as she was the lineal heir of the crown. Also, as Peter's kingship was iure uxoris only.

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John VI of Portugal (1816-1822)


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Pedro IV of Portugal (10 March 1826 – 2 May 1826)


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Maria II of Portugal first reign (1826-1828)



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Miguel I of Portugal (1828-1834)


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Maria II of Portugal (1834-1853)


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Pedro V of Portugal (1853-1861)



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Luís I of Portugal (1861-1889)


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Carlos I of Portugal (1889-1908)


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Manuel II of Portugal (1908-1910)


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First Republic and Estado Novo (1910-1974)


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The 5 October 1910 Portuguese republican revolution abolished the monarchy and installed a republican government in Portugal til the establishment of the right-wing dictatorship of the Estado Novo under António de Oliveira Salazar in 1933.

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2nd Republic


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On 25 April 1974 a military coup in Lisbon overthrew the authoritarian Estado Novo regime.

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Angola as Portuguese colony (1484-1975)


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Azores


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Brazil as Portuguese colony (1645-1822)


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Macau as Portuguese colony (1557-1999)


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Macau was formerly a colony of the Portuguese Empire, after Ming China leased the territory as a trading post in 1557. Portugal's last overseas and Asian colonial territory, Macau, was peacefully handed over to the People's Republic of China on December 20, 1999.

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Malacca


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According to legend, the site that is now Malacca City was named Malaka when Parameswara, a Sumatran prince arrived there. Due to its riches, the news of the success of Malacca reached the Portuguese, who had an established presence on Indian ports. In April 1511 Afonso de Albuquerque, who was the Portuguese expedition leader together with his armada, arrived in Malacca to sever its Islamic and Venetian trade. On 15 August 1511 Malacca was captured. When the city came under Portuguese administration, its name was spelled "Malaca".
The Dutch with their local allies assaulted and wrested Malacca from the Portuguese in January 1641. This combined Dutch-Johor effort effectively destroyed the last bastion of Portuguese power, removing their influence in the Malay archipelago.

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Sao Tome and Príncipe as Portuguese colony


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The islands of São Tomé and Príncipe were uninhabited when the Portuguese arrived sometime around 1470. The islands were discovered by João de Santarém and Pêro Escobar. Portuguese navigators explored the islands and decided that they would be good locations for bases to trade with the mainland.
The first successful settlement of São Tomé was established in 1493 by Álvaro Caminha, who received the land as a grant from the crown. Príncipe was settled in 1500 under a similar arrangement. Cycles of social unrest and economic instability throughout the 19th and 20th centuries culminated in peaceful independence in 1975.

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Timor as Portuguese colony (1769-1975)


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The Portuguese established outposts in Timor and Maluku. Effective European occupation of a small part of the territory began in 1769, when the city of Dili was founded and the colony of Portuguese Timor declared. East Timor was colonised by Portugal in the 16th century, and was known as Portuguese Timor until 28 November 1975, when the Revolutionary Front for an Independent East Timor (Fretilin) declared the territory's independence.

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Zufallsbilder - Portugal and the Portuguese Empire
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1882 AD., Portugal, Luíz I, Lisbon mint, 20 Reis, KM 527. 2 x angesehen
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1910 AD., Portugal, Manuel II, Lisbon mint, 100 Reis, KM 548.11 x angesehen