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Death: Died
Occupation: Conde de Aragón, Conde de Aragão, Greve i Aragon 893-922, Conde de Aragon (893 - 922), Urgel, Cerdaña, Pallars y Ribagorza, Comte, d'Aragon
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Galindo II Aznárez fue Conde de Aragón (893-922), sucediendo a su padre Aznar II Galíndez.

Patrocinó el golpe de estado de Pamplona (905), del que resultó el cambio de la dinastía pamplonesa por otra rama más favorable a los intereses de Aragón.

Se casó dos veces: con Sancha Garcés y con Acibella Garcés. Tuvo dos hijas: Toda, casada con Hunfredo Bernat, conde de Ribagorza, y Andregoto Galíndez (condesa 922-925), casada con García Sánchez I, rey de Navarra (925-970)

Murió en 922. -------------------- Galindo Aznárez II From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Galindo Aznárez II (d. 922) was a Count of Aragón (893-922), the son and successor of Aznar Galíndez II. Galindo sponsored the 905 coup d'etat in Pamplona, with the change of the Pamplonese dynasty to another branch allied to Aragón. Galindo was married twice. By his first wife, Acibella Garcés of Gascony, daughter of Count García II Sánchez of Gascony, he had sons Miro and Bishop Redemtus, along with daughter Toda, wife of Hunifred Bernat, count of Ribagorza, to whom she brought Sobrarbe. By his second wife, Sancha Garcés of Pamplona, daughter of 'king' García Jiménez, he had Velasquita and Andregota Galíndez (countess 922-925), who married García Sanchez, king of Pamplona (925-970). He also sired several illegitimate sons: Guntoslo, Sancho, Belasco, Banzo, and Aznar. The first of these, Guntoslo, is apparently the man of this name who would later be count of Aragon, but with none of the autonomy shown by his ancestors, being a fully subservient vassal of his brother-in-law the king of Pamplona.

-------------------- Galindo Aznárez II (d. 922) was a Count of Aragón (893-922), the son and successor of Aznar Galíndez II.

Galindo sponsored the 905 coup d'etat in Pamplona, with the change of the Pamplonese dynasty to another branch allied to Aragón.

Galindo was married twice. By his first wife, Acibella Garcés of Gascony, daughter of Count García II Sánchez of Gascony, he had sons Miro and Bishop Redemtus, along with daughter Toda, wife of Hunifred Bernat, count of Ribagorza, to whom she brought Sobrarbe. By his second wife, Sancha Garcés of Pamplona, daughter of 'king' García Jiménez, he had Velasquita and Andregota Galíndez (countess 922-925), who married García Sanchez, king of Pamplona (925-970). He also sired several illegitimate sons: Guntoslo, Sancho, Belasco, Banzo, and Aznar. The first of these, Guntoslo, is apparently the man of this name who would later be count of Aragon, but with none of the autonomy shown by his ancestors, being a fully subservient vassal of his brother-in-law the king of Pamplona. -------------------- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galindo_Azn%C3%A1rez_II

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Galindo Aznárez II (died 922) was Count of Aragón (893-922), the son and successor of Aznar Galíndez II.

Galindo was one of a coalition that sponsored the 905 coup d'état in Pamplona in favor of his brother-in-law, Sancho I of Pamplona. However, he turned on this new king and in 911 attacked him in concert with brother-in-law Muhammad al-Tawil and Abd Allah ibn Lubb ibn Qasi. This coalition was defeated, al-Tawil killed, and Galindo forced to become vassal of Sancho.

Galindo was married twice. By his first wife, Acibella Garcés of Gascony, daughter of Count García II Sánchez of Gascony, he had sons Miro and Bishop Redemtus, along with daughter Toda, wife of Hunifred Bernat, count of Ribagorza, to whom she brought Sobrarbe. By his second wife, Sancha Garcés of Pamplona, daughter of García Jiménez and sister of Sancho I, he had Velasquita and Andregota Galíndez, who married García Sanchez, king of Pamplona (925-970). He also sired several illegitimate sons: Guntoslo, Sancho, Belasco, Banzo, and Aznar. The first of these, Guntoslo, is apparently the man of this name who would later be count of Aragon, but only as a fully subservient vassal of his brother-in-law the king of Pamplona.

Preceded by

Aznar Galíndez II Count of Aragon

893–922 Succeeded by

Andregota Galíndez

This page was last modified on 17 April 2010 at 10:31. -------------------- Galindo Aznárez II (d. 922) was a Count of Aragón (893-922), the son and successor of Aznar Galíndez II.

Galindo sponsored the 905 coup d'etat in Pamplona, with the change of the Pamplonese dynasty to another branch allied to Aragón.

Galindo was married twice. By his first wife, Acibella Garcés of Gascony, daughter of Count García II Sánchez of Gascony, he had sons Miro and Bishop Redemtus, along with daughter Toda, wife of Hunifred Bernat, count of Ribagorza, to whom she brought Sobrarbe. By his second wife, Sancha Garcés of Pamplona, daughter of 'king' García Jiménez, he had Velasquita and Andregota Galíndez (countess 922-925), who married García Sanchez, king of Pamplona (925-970). He also sired several illegitimate sons: Guntoslo, Sancho, Belasco, Banzo, and Aznar. The first of these, Guntoslo, is apparently the man of this name who would later be count of Aragon, but with none of the autonomy shown by his ancestors, being a fully subservient vassal of his brother-in-law the king of Pamplona. -------------------- Galindo Aznárez II (died 922) was Count of Aragón (893-922), the son and successor of Aznar Galíndez II.

Galindo was one of a coalition that sponsored the 905 coup d'état in Pamplona in favor of his brother-in-law, Sancho I of Pamplona. However, he turned on this new king and in 911 attacked him in concert with brother-in-law Muhammad al-Tawil and Abd Allah ibn Lubb ibn Qasi. This coalition was defeated, al-Tawil killed, and Galindo forced to become vassal of Sancho.

Galindo was married twice. By his first wife, Acibella Garcés of Gascony, daughter of Count García II Sánchez of Gascony, he had sons Miro and Bishop Redemtus, along with daughter Toda, wife of Hunifred Bernat, count of Ribagorza, to whom she brought Sobrarbe. By his second wife, Sancha Garcés of Pamplona, daughter of García Jiménez and sister of Sancho I, he had Velasquita and Andregota Galíndez, who married García Sanchez, king of Pamplona (925-970). He also sired several illegitimate sons: Guntoslo, Sancho, Belasco, Banzo, and Aznar. The first of these, Guntoslo, is apparently the man of this name who would later be count of Aragon, but only as a fully subservient vassal of his brother-in-law the king of Pamplona. -------------------- Galindo II Aznárez fue Conde de Aragón (893-922), sucediendo a su padre Aznar II Galíndez. Patrocinó el golpe de Estado de Pamplona (905), del que resultó el cambio de la dinastía Íñigo-Arista pamplonesa por la Jimena, otra rama más favorable a los intereses de Aragón. Casó en primeras nupcias con Acibella, hija de García Sánchez, conde de Gascuña, y Amuna de Perigord, siendo padres de: Sancha Galíndez, quien casó con Hunfredo Bernat, conde de Ribagorza Redemptus Galíndez, obispo Mirón Galíndez Toda Galíndez, esposa del conde Bernardo I de Ribagorza.1 En segundas nupcias casó con Sancha Garcés, hija de García Jiménez y Onneca Rebelle de Sangüesa y nieta Íñigo Arista.2 Fueron padres de: Andregoto Galíndez (condesa 922-925), quien heredó el condado aragonés al no tener su padre hijos varones legítimos, casada con su primo-hermano García Sánchez I de Pamplona (925-970)