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Teresa d'Entença
Escut d'armes dels Entença.svg
Coat of arms of the House of Entença
Countess of Urgell
Bornc. 1300
Died20 October 1327
Zaragoza Franciscan Church
SpouseAlfonso IV of Aragon
IssuePeter IV of Aragon
James I, Count of Urgell
Constance, Queen of Majorca
HouseBarcelona (by marriage)
FatherGombau d'Entença
MotherConstança d'Antillón

Teresa d'Entença (c. 1300 - 20 October 1327)[1] was the eldest daughter of Gombau d'Entença and his wife Constança d'Antillón. She was Countess of Urgell in her own right; however, control over her estate passed to her husband, Alfonso IV of Aragon.


Before dying childless at La Llitera, Teresa's granduncle Ermengol X of Urgell agreed to make Alfonso heir to the County of Urgell, on the condition that Alfonso marry Teresa, who was his rightful heir. Alfonso agreed to this and he married Teresa in 1314 in the Cathedral of Lerida. Alfonso is reputed to have been so liberal in the expenses during the wedding, that the local counsels imposed restrictions on how much he could spend.

Teresa died whilst giving birth to her son Sancho on 20 October 1327 at Zaragoza, only days before her husband became king of Aragon. She is buried at Zaragoza Franciscan Church.[2] Her younger son James inherited Urgell.


Alfonso and Teresa were married for thirteen years, and had seven children:

See also




  • Alamán, Lucas; Manuel Orozco y Berra. Diccionario universal de historia y de geografía. p. 152.
  • E. Michael Gerli, Samuel G. Armistead, ed. (2003). Medieval Iberia: an encyclopedia. Routledge.
  • O'Callaghan, Joseph F. (1975). A History of Medieval Spain. Cornell University Press.
Teresa d'Entença
Born: circa 1300 Died: 20 October 1327
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Preceded by Countess of Urgell
Succeeded by

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