«compor os negocios do Reyno»: O Paço da Ribeira e a política de legitimação do poder de D. Filipe I de Portugal

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The ascension of King Philip I, from the House of Habsburg Spanish branch, to the Portuguese throne determined the presence of the monarch in the kingdom, between 1580 and 1583, a period in which an ambitious program destined to consolidate the Dual Monarchy project was started through the rehabilitation of the main royal residences. Among several residential palatine monuments belonging to the Portuguese Crown, the Royal River Palace [Paço Real da Ribeira] demonstrates special relevance. Through the analysis of the available sources we intent to comprehend the operating mechanisms that were created and the first constructive interventions materialized by the Prudent King in that which would become the main royal palace in the Kingdom.
Original languagePortuguese
Pages (from-to)54-65
Number of pages12
JournalA Cidade de Évora. Boletim de Cultura da Câmara Municipal de Évora
Issue numberIII
Publication statusPublished - 2016


  • Monarquia Dual Ibérica
  • D. Filipe I de Portugal
  • imagética do poder
  • arquitectura palaciana quinhentista
  • Paço Real da Ribeira

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