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History of Portugal
series
Prehistoric Portugal
Pre-Roman Portugal
Roman Lusitania and Gallaecia
Visigoths and Suevi
Moorish rule and Reconquista
First County of Portugal
Kingdom of Galicia and Portugal
Second County of Portugal
Establishment of the Monarchy
Consolidation of the Monarchy
1383–1385 Crisis
Discoveries
Portuguese Empire
1580 Crisis
Iberian Union
From the Restoration to 1755 Earthquake
From the Napoleonic Invasion to the Civil War
19th Century and the end of the Monarchy
First Republic
Military dictatorship
Estado Novo
From the Carnation Revolution to the EEC
1990s
2000s
Topics
Economic history
Cultural history
Military history
Demographic history
Diplomatic history

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History of Portugal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (7613 words)
Portugal's acceptance in the OECD, NATO and EFTA, was not an unconditional sign of the international acceptance of the regime: in the context of the cold war and international pragmatism, Portugal was a small country with a relatively important geostrategical position, thus Western interests turned a blind eye on the regime's policies.
The Lusitanians inhabit central Portugal, the Calaicians or Gallaeci northern Portugal, the Celtici are in Alentejo and the Conii are in the Algarve.
1112 – Afonso Henriques inherits the County of Portugal, a fiefdom of the Kingdom of León.
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