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List of viceroys of Portugal

This is a list of the Viceroys of Portugal during the Iberian Union (1580–1640). Accordingly to what was established in the Cortes of Tomar in 1581, the regency of the Kingdom of Portugal always had to be trusted by the king to a Portuguese, or in alternative to a member of the Royal Family. This was, in a general way, fulfilled, having during two periods the regency been trusted to a governmental council called Government Junta of the Kingdom of Portugal.

  • 1580 : Fernando Álvarez de Toledo, 3rd Duke of Alba (de facto)
  • 1583 : Albert VII, Archduke of Austria
  • 1593 : First Government Junta:
    • Miguel de Castro, Archbishop of Lisbon
    • João da Silva, Count of Portalegre
    • Francisco Mascarenhas
    • Duarte Castelo-Branco, Count of Sabugal
    • Miguel de Moura
  • 1600 : Cristóvão de Moura, Marquess of Castelo Rodrigo (1st time)
  • 1603 : Afonso Castelo-Branco, Count of Coimbra
  • 1605 : Pedro Castilho, Bishop of Leiria
  • 1608 : Cristóvão de Moura, Marquess of Castelo Rodrigo (2nd time)
  • 1614 : Aleixo de Meneses, Bishop of Guarda
  • 1615 : Miguel de Castro, Archbishop of Lisbon (Interim)
  • 1615 : Diogo da Silva e Mendonça, Count of Salinas (1st time)
  • 1621 : Second Government Junta:
    • Martim Afonso Mexia, Bishop of Coimbra (1621–1622)
    • Diogo de Castro and Nuno Álvares de Portugal (1622–1623)
    • Diogo de Castro and Diogo da Silva e Mendonça (2nd time) (1623–1626)
    • Diogo da Silva e Mendonça and Afonso Furtado de Mendonça (1627–1630)
    • António Ataíde and Nuno de Mendonça (1631–1633)
  • 1633 : João Manuel, Archbishop of Lisbon
  • 1633 : Diogo de Castro, Count of Basto
  • 1634 : Margarita de Saboya, Duquesa de Mantua

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