Philip - Kings of Portugal

Kings of Portugal

  • Philip I of Portugal, also known as Philip II of Spain and Philip V of Burgundy
  • Philip II of Portugal, also known as Philip III of Spain and Philip VI of Burgundy
  • Philip III of Portugal, also known as Philip IV of Spain and Philip VII of Burgundy

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