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The Battle of Cerneja took place at Cernesa (Cerneja), an unidentified site in Galicia, in 1139/40, between the County of Portugal and the Kingdom of León. In the aftermath of the Portuguese victory at the Battle of São Mamede (1128), the Portuguese count, Afonso Henriques, began a concerted effort to establish his independence, growing increasingly uncomfortable sharing power with his mother, Countess Theresa, who was supported by the Galician nobility and her lover, Fernando Pérez de Traba. The Chronica Adefonsi imperatoris notes that "prior to this, the Portuguese monarch had come to Galicia several times, but always he had been driven back by Fernando Pérez and Rodrigo Vélaz and other Galician leaders. Often he was forced to return to Portugal dishonored." Between 1137, when he signed

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  • Битва при Сернесі (порт. Batalha de Cerneja) — бій, що відбувся 1137 року біля Сернехи (Сернеси) в Галісії, між португальськими і галісійсько-леонськими військами. Складова португальсько-леонської війни. Згадується у «Хроніці Альфонсо Імператора». Нападниками керував португальський граф Афонсу I, майбутній король Португалії. Йому протистояли графи , володар східної Галісії, й Фернандо Перес де Траба, володар західної Галісії. У битві португальці розбили ворогів і обернули їх на втечу. Під час січі до полону ледь не потрапив граф Родріго. Незважаючи на перемогу Афонсу був змушений покинути Галісію через наступ мусульман на півдні. Згодом він уклав невигідний для себе Туйський мир із леонським королем Альфонсо VII.
  • The Battle of Cerneja took place at Cernesa (Cerneja), an unidentified site in Galicia, in 1139/40, between the County of Portugal and the Kingdom of León. In the aftermath of the Portuguese victory at the Battle of São Mamede (1128), the Portuguese count, Afonso Henriques, began a concerted effort to establish his independence, growing increasingly uncomfortable sharing power with his mother, Countess Theresa, who was supported by the Galician nobility and her lover, Fernando Pérez de Traba. The Chronica Adefonsi imperatoris notes that "prior to this, the Portuguese monarch had come to Galicia several times, but always he had been driven back by Fernando Pérez and Rodrigo Vélaz and other Galician leaders. Often he was forced to return to Portugal dishonored." Between 1137, when he signed
  • Com a vitória na batalha de São Mamede (1128, o infante Afonso Henriques e a nobreza local assumiram o poder no Condado Portucalense, expulsando do governo a condessa-mãe D. Teresa apoiada pela nobreza Galega. O novo Conde transferiu a sua capital para Coimbra e pretendeu assegurar a sua autonomia face ao Reino de Leão, onde reina o seu primo, o rei Afonso VII.
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  • The Battle of Cerneja took place at Cernesa (Cerneja), an unidentified site in Galicia, in 1139/40, between the County of Portugal and the Kingdom of León. In the aftermath of the Portuguese victory at the Battle of São Mamede (1128), the Portuguese count, Afonso Henriques, began a concerted effort to establish his independence, growing increasingly uncomfortable sharing power with his mother, Countess Theresa, who was supported by the Galician nobility and her lover, Fernando Pérez de Traba. The Chronica Adefonsi imperatoris notes that "prior to this, the Portuguese monarch had come to Galicia several times, but always he had been driven back by Fernando Pérez and Rodrigo Vélaz and other Galician leaders. Often he was forced to return to Portugal dishonored." Between 1137, when he signed the Treaty of Tui, recognising Alfonso VII of León as his suzerain, and 1139 Afonso declared himself King of Portugal. In that year, or more probably the next (1140), Afonso gathered an army and marched into Galicia, camping near Limia. Fernando Pérez, who controlled western Galicia, and his ally Rodrigo Vélaz, who controlled the east, summoned the other Galician nobles, described as loyal men of Alfonso VII, to oppose the Portuguese advance. In the subsequent battle they were routed. The anonymous author of the Chronica, who attributes their defeat to their sins, recounts the expedition in one paragraph: Once more Alfonso, King of Portugal, gathered his army and went to Limia. When this news reached Galicia, Fernando Pérez and Rodrigo Vélaz and other of the Emperor's Galician nobles were summoned immediately. They marched out with their troops against the Portuguese King and met him at Cernesa. After the battle lines were drawn up, they began to fight. Because of their sins the Counts fled and were defeated. However, Rodrigo Vélaz was captured by some Portuguese knights. He was quickly freed by two of his armorbearers who used some clever stratagem, and thus he was able to flee with them.
  • Com a vitória na batalha de São Mamede (1128, o infante Afonso Henriques e a nobreza local assumiram o poder no Condado Portucalense, expulsando do governo a condessa-mãe D. Teresa apoiada pela nobreza Galega. O novo Conde transferiu a sua capital para Coimbra e pretendeu assegurar a sua autonomia face ao Reino de Leão, onde reina o seu primo, o rei Afonso VII. Como represália pelo cerco a Guimarães, e com o desejo crescente de independência, os barões portucalenses, sob o comando de Afonso Henriques, invadiram a Galiza, travando-se a Batalha de Cerneja (1137, onde as tropas galego-leonesas do conde Fernão Peres de Trava e de , foram definitivamente vencidas.
  • Битва при Сернесі (порт. Batalha de Cerneja) — бій, що відбувся 1137 року біля Сернехи (Сернеси) в Галісії, між португальськими і галісійсько-леонськими військами. Складова португальсько-леонської війни. Згадується у «Хроніці Альфонсо Імператора». Нападниками керував португальський граф Афонсу I, майбутній король Португалії. Йому протистояли графи , володар східної Галісії, й Фернандо Перес де Траба, володар західної Галісії. У битві португальці розбили ворогів і обернули їх на втечу. Під час січі до полону ледь не потрапив граф Родріго. Незважаючи на перемогу Афонсу був змушений покинути Галісію через наступ мусульман на півдні. Згодом він уклав невигідний для себе Туйський мир із леонським королем Альфонсо VII.
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