Noudar

Transfers of Possession

03/04/1283

Transfer of Possession

Afonso X of Leon-Castile donated Noudar to his daughter, Beatriz of Castile, wife of Afonso III of Portugal. The village thus returned to the Portuguese Crown

11/25/1307

Transfer of Possession

Donation to Order of Aviz by Denis of Portugal and encouraged the order to promote the settlement of the region and erect a "castello de boo muro e façam y huum Alcaçar forte"

1322

Transfer of Possession

In 1322, Dinis I of Portugal re-donated Noudar to the Order of Avis, specifically with D. Vasco Afonso as the landlord

1372

Transfer of Possession

Returned to Portuguese Crown by marriage of Fernando I and Leonor Teles

Building Activity

Date of Known Existance

(Date issue) Chalcolithic Age settlements are the first in the region (3500 to 1700 BCE)

900

Original Construction Date

Between 10th and 11th centuries, Muslims built the first fortifications at the site

1307

Reconstruction Date

Tombstone originally placed in the keep (now missing) stated that D. Lourenco Afonso, Master of the Order of Avis, founded the castle of Noudar and populated the village. Another tombstone states that Aires Afonso, the Chief Commander of the Order of Avis promoted works in the castle during this time.

04/01/1491

Reconstruction Date

João II of Portugal ordered that the boundary between Noudar and Moura be demarcated (possibly with a wall?). Work carried out by João Jorge

Military Activity

Roman Conquest

(No date) Site conquered and occupied by Romans

500 - 700

Other Conquest

Visigoth Conquest (6th c. CE)

700 - 1167

Muslim Conquest

Date of first Muslim conquest uncertain

1167

Christian Reconquest

Goncalo Mendes de Maia conquered Nourdar

1190

Muslim Conquest

Caliph Abu Iucufe Iacube Almancor (Almohad) retook Noudar in the offensive of 1190-1191

1284

Other Conquest

When Sancho IV of Leon-Castile rose up against the succession set by Afonso X, Beatriz gave Noudar to her father's forces to use in defense; however, Sancho IV conquered Noudar

1339

Other Conquest

Conquered by Castilian Noble Diego Fernandez of the Order of Santiago

1383

Succession Crisis

Lost to Castile during Crisis of Succession

Charter/Treaty

12/06/1253

Charter

Having returned to Christian hands at an unspecified date, Noudar received a charter from Afonso X of Leon-Castiel

1295

Treaty

Treaty of Guarda brokers peace between King Denis of Portugal and Ferdinand IV of Castile, returned back to Portuguese crown

12/16/1295

Charter

Dinis I of Portugal grants Noudar a charter

01/16/1308

Charter

Dinis I of Portugal grants Noudar another charter securing multiple privileges for its leaders and inhabitants

11/29/1389

Treaty of Monção

Returned to Portuguese Crown by the 2nd Treaty of Moncao under John I of Portugal

1406

Charter

João I of Portugal renews the status of "couto de homiziados"

10/17/1513

Foral Novo Charter

Noudar receives Foral Novo from Manuel I of Portugal

Event Research by Brittany Forniotis

Fusion 360 Model by: Audrey Magnuson, Cameron Esses, Jiaye (Hillman) Han