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García III Sánchez de Navarra, rey de Navarra

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Death: Died
Place of Burial: San Estebán, Spain
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Son of Sancho I, rey de Navarra and Toda Aznárez, reina consorte de Navarra
Husband of Andregoto Galíndez, condesa de Aragón and Teresa
Father of Sancho II Abarca, rey de Navarra; Ramiro García, rey de Viguera and Urraca García
Brother of Nuñilo Jimena Sánchez de Aragón y Navarra; Oneca Sánchez de Navarra, reina consorte de León; Sancha Sánchez de Navarra, reina consorte de León; Urraca de Navarra, reina consorte de León; Órbita Sánchez de Navarra and 1 other
Half brother of Lupa Sánchez

Occupation: Rey de Pampelune, de Navarre, Kung i Navarra från 931, Rey de Pamplona, rey de Pamplona (925 - 970) y conde de Aragón (943-970)., king of Pamplona (931-970), Rey de Pamplona (925 - 970) y conde de Aragón (943-970)., Rey de Pamplona y Conde de Aragón.
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García Sánchez I of Pamplona

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García Sánchez I, sometimes García I, II, III or IV (c. 919 – 970) was the king of Pamplona from 931 until his death in 970. He was the son of King Sancho I and Toda Aznárez. Being just six years old at the time of his father's death, his uncle Jimeno Gárces succeeded, and it was just in the last year of the latter's reign, in 930, that Garcia appears with the royal title, but this was probably just a courtesy. On Jimeno's death, 12-year old García succeeded, with his mother Toda serving as regent. This regency ended in 934, when his first cousin Caliph Abd-ar-Rahman III intervened on his behalf, and García began to rule as sole king.

With the support of his energetic and diplomatic mother, García, like his father, engaged in a number of conflicts with the Moors. He married his first cousin, Andregota Galíndez, daughter and coheiress of Galindo Aznárez II, Count of Aragón, having one son and heir, Sancho, before divorcing her. He then married Teresa, thought to be from León.

García was succeeded by his son Sancho II Garcés, nicknamed Abarca. He also created a novel kingdom centered at Viguera for his son by Teresa, Ramiro Garcés. By her he also had a daughter, Urraca, married firstly Fernán González of Castile and secondly William II Sánchez of Gascony.

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García Sánchez I, sometimes García I, II, III or IV (c. 919 – 970) was the king of Pamplona from 931 until his death in 970. He was the son of King Sancho I and Toda Aznárez. Being just six years old at the time of his father's death, his uncle Jimeno Gárces succeeded, and it was just in the last year of the latter's reign, in 930, that Garcia appears with the royal title, but this was probably just a courtesy. On Jimeno's death, 12-year old García succeeded, with his mother Toda serving as regent. This regency ended in 934, when his first cousin Caliph Abd-ar-Rahman III intervened on his behalf, and García began to rule as sole king.

With the support of his energetic and diplomatic mother, García, like his father, engaged in a number of conflicts with the Moors. He married his first cousin, Andregota Galíndez, daughter and coheiress of Galindo Aznárez II, Count of Aragón, having one son and heir, Sancho, before divorcing her. He then married Teresa, daughter of Ramiro II of León.

García was succeeded by his son Sancho II Garcés, nicknamed Abarca. He also created a novel kingdom centered at Viguera for his son by Teresa, Ramiro Garcés. By her he also had a daughter, Urraca, married firstly Fernán González of Castile and secondly William II Sánchez of Gascony. -------------------- García Sánchez I, sometimes García I, II, III or IV (c. 919 – 970) was the king of Pamplona from 931 until his death in 970. He was the son of King Sancho I and Toda Aznárez. Being just six years old at the time of his father's death, his uncle Jimeno Gárces succeeded, and it was just in the last year of the latter's reign, in 930, that Garcia appears with the royal title, but this was probably just a courtesy. On Jimeno's death, 12-year old García succeeded, with his mother Toda serving as regent. This regency ended in 934, when his first cousin Caliph Abd-ar-Rahman III intervened on his behalf, and García began to rule as sole king.

With the support of his energetic and diplomatic mother, García, like his father, engaged in a number of conflicts with the Moors. He married his first cousin, Andregota Galíndez, daughter and coheiress of Galindo Aznárez II, Count of Aragón, having one son and heir, Sancho, before divorcing her. He then married Teresa, daughter of Ramiro II of León.

García was succeeded by his son Sancho II Garcés, nicknamed Abarca. He also created a novel kingdom centered at Viguera for his son by Teresa, Ramiro Garcés. By her he also had a daughter, Urraca, married firstly Fernán González of Castile and secondly William II Sánchez of Gascony. -------------------- García Sánchez I, sometimes García I, II, III or IV (c. 919 – 970) was the king of Pamplona from 931 until his death in 970. He was the son of King Sancho I and Toda Aznárez. Being just six years old at the time of his father's death, his uncle Jimeno Gárces succeeded, and it was just in the last year of the latter's reign, in 930, that Garcia appears with the royal title, but this was probably just a courtesy. On Jimeno's death, 12-year-old García succeeded, with his mother Toda serving as regent. This regency ended in 934, when his first cousin Caliph Abd-ar-Rahman III intervened on his behalf, and García began to rule as sole king.

With the support of his energetic and diplomatic mother, García, like his father, engaged in a number of conflicts with the Moors. He married his first cousin, Andregota Galíndez, daughter and coheiress of Galindo Aznárez II, Count of Aragón, having one son and heir, Sancho, before divorcing her. He then married Teresa, daughter of Ramiro II of León.

García was succeeded by his son Sancho II Garcés, nicknamed Abarca. He also created a novel kingdom centered at Viguera for his eldest son by Teresa, Ramiro Garcés. By her he also had son Jimeno, and a daughter, Urraca, married firstly Fernán González of Castile and secondly William II Sánchez of Gascony. -------------------- Garcia sanchez I de Pamplona

García Sánchez I, rey de Pamplona (925 - 970) y conde de Aragón (943-970). Hijo del rey de Pamplona, Sancho Garcés I y de la reina Toda, nieta del rey Fortún Garcés.

A la muerte de Sancho Garcés I, el 10 de diciembre de 925, le heredó su hijo García Sánchez, a los 6 años de edad, bajo la tutela de su tío Jimeno Garcés, cuya muerte provocó una crisis por el control de la tutoría. Gracias a la intervención de su madre la reina Toda y a la mediación de Abderramán III, la situación quedó controlada.

Aun después de ser García Sánchez mayor de edad, la intervención de la reina madre en los asuntos de Estado influyó para que Navarra alcanzase una posición clave para los reinos cristianos en los años venideros.

Tres hermanas de García Sánchez estuvieron casadas con reyes leoneses: Urraca con Ramiro II, Sancha con Ordoño II y Onneca con Alfonso IV. Por esta causa, los navarros intervinieron en las guerras civiles del Reino de León. Al morir Ramiro II, los navarros mediaron, ayudando la reina Toda a su nieto Sancho para ocupar el trono y, después, cuando Sancho es expulsado por su otro nieto Ordoño "el Malo", la reina madre intercede para que Abderramán ayude a su nieto Sancho a recuperar el trono.

En 939 participó en la coalición formada por Ramiro II de León, Fernán González y tropas asturianas y gallegas, que obtuvieron una gran victoria sobre las de Abderramán III en la batalla de Simancas.

En 953 da junto a su madre Toda al Monasterio de San Martín de Albelda (La Rioja) la villa Bagibel, situada en los montes de Cameros, primera vez que aparece escrita esta denominación geográfica.

En 961 tomó parte en las disputas entre el condado de Castilla y el Reino de León y apresó a Fernán González, conde de Castilla, pero se negó a entregarlo a los musulmanes.

En 963 formó una alianza cristiana contra Alhakén II y fue derrotado por los musulmanes.

Murió el 22 de febrero de 970 y fue sepultado en el pórtico de la pequeña iglesia de San Esteban, en el castillo de Monjardín.

Matrimonios y descendencia

Contrajo primer matrimonio con Andregoto Galíndez, hija del conde de Aragón Galindo Aznárez II y Sancha Garcés [1] . Heredera del condado aragonés, Andregoto fue repudiada por su marido en 942 y se retiró a sus tierras de Aybar donde falleció después de 971[2] . Esta unión matrimonial daría lugar a la posterior unión Aragón y Pamplona. De este primer matrimonio nacieron:

Sancho Garcés II "Abarca", Rey de Pamplona y Conde de Aragón.

Toda Garcés [3]

Urraca Garcés[4] , casada en primeras nupcias con Fernán González, Conde de Castilla, y en segundas con Guillermo I de Gascuña.

Casó en segundas nupcias, alrededor de 943, con Teresa Ramírez hija del rey Ramiro II de León y de Adosinda Gutiérrez, naciendo de este matrimonio:

Ramiro Garcés de Viguera, primer Rey de Viguera. Murió antes de 991[5] .

Jimeno Garcés, conde[6] .

-------------------- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Garc%C3%ADa_S%C3%A1nchez_I_of_Pamplona -------------------- Garcia Sánchez I ou Garcia I de Navarra ou García II de Navarre ou García Sánchez I de Pamplona ou ainda conhecido como Garcia III (I) Sanches de Navarra (919 - 22 de Fevereiro de 970) foi o 5º rei de Pamplona (925 - 970) e conde de Aragão (943-970).

Filho do rei de Pamplona, Sancho Garcés I e da rainha Toda, neta do rei Fortún Garcés. Após a morte do seu pai, a 10 de Dezembro de 925, herdou aos seis anos de idade, sob a tutela de seu tio Jimeno Garcés. Este último, ao morrer, provocou uma crise pelo controlo da tutoria. Graças à intervenção da sua mãe, a rainha Toda, e à mediação de Abderramão III, a situação ficou controlada.

-------------------- García Sánchez I (c. 9191 -22 de febrero de 970),2 rey de Pamplona desde 925 hasta su muerte. Hijo del rey de Pamplona, Sancho Garcés I y de la reina Toda,3 nieta del rey Fortún Garcés. A la muerte de Sancho Garcés I, el 10 de diciembre de 925, le heredó su hijo García Sánchez, a los seis años de edad, bajo la tutela de su tío Jimeno Garcés, cuya muerte provocó una crisis por el control de la tutoría. Gracias a la intervención de su madre la reina Toda y a la mediación de Abderramán III, la situación quedó controlada. Después de ser García Sánchez mayor de edad en 933, asumió la tutela de Andregoto Galíndez su prometida y por consiguiente el gobierno del condado de Aragón, hasta que el matrimonio fue anulado antes de 943, año en que aparece por primera vez con su segunda esposa, Teresa Ramírez.4 La intervención de la reina madre en los asuntos de gobierno influyó para que el Reino de Pamplona alcanzase una posición clave para los reinos cristianos en los años venideros. Tres hermanas de García Sánchez estuvieron casadas con reyes leoneses:3 Urraca con Ramiro II, Sancha con Ordoño II y Onneca con Alfonso IV. Por esta causa, los navarros intervinieron en las guerras civiles del Reino de León. Al morir Ramiro II, los navarros mediaron, ayudando la reina Toda a su nieto Sancho para ocupar el trono y, después, cuando Sancho es expulsado por su otro nieto Ordoño «el Malo», la reina madre intercede para que Abderramán ayude a su nieto Sancho a recuperar el trono. En 939 participó en la coalición formada por Ramiro II de León, Fernán González y tropas asturianas y gallegas, que obtuvieron una gran victoria sobre las de Abderramán III en la batalla de Simancas.5 En 953 da junto a su madre Toda al Monasterio de San Martín de Albelda (La Rioja) la villa Bagibel, situada en los montes de Cameros, primera vez que aparece escrita esta denominación geográfica.

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