García II 'el Temblón' Sánchez de Navarra, rey de Navarra (c.964 - c.999) MP

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Nicknames: "El Trémulo", "El Temblâon", "Le Reine Garcia Sanchez", "El Temblon de Pamplona", "Garcia II", "the Tremulous", "Sánches", "Garcias", "El Temblon", "King of Pamplona", "nicknamed Temblón", "called the Trembling", "or the Trembler (in Spanish", "el Temblón)", "El Temblón", "rey..."
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Occupation: Rey de Navarra, Rey de Pamplona, Konge
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García Sánchez II apodado el Temblón. Fue rey de Pamplona entre los años 994-1000.

Era hijo del rey Sancho Garcés II Abarca y de la reina Urraca Fernández.

Casado con la reina Jimena Fernández, hija del conde Fernando Vermúdez y de su esposa Elvira Díaz. Están entre sus hijos el futuro rey Sancho Garcés III y Urraca, que casaría con Alfonso V de León.

Trató de sacudirse la sumisión que su padre había ofrecido a Córdoba, para lo cual, al poco de subir al trono, se enfrentó a Almanzor, pero en el año 996 se vio obligado a pedir la paz en Córdoba.

Hacia el año 997 en una expedición de pamploneses a tierras de Calatayud se dio muerte al hermano del gobernador. Almanzor vengó esta muerte cortando la cabeza de 50 cristianos.

En la batalla de Cervera, en julio del año 1000, se coaligaron el conde Sancho García de Castilla, Alfonso V de León, García Gómez de Saldaña y García Sánchez II de Navarra.

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García Sánchez II of Pamplona

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García Sánchez II, sometimes García II, III, IV or V (died 1000), called the Trembling, the Tremulous, or the Trembler (in Spanish, el Temblón), was the king of Pamplona and count of Aragón from 994 until his death. He was the son of King Sancho II and Urraca Fernández.

He tried to escape the submission his father had offered to Córdoba, as a result of which he had to face Almanzor. In 996 he was forced to seek peace in Córdoba. In 997 during an expedition into the land of Calatayud, García killed the governor's brother. Almanzor took revenge by beheading 50 Christians.

At the Battle of Cervera in July 1000, he allied with king Alfonso V of León, count Sancho I of Castile, and count García Gómez of Carrión.

He married Jimena, daughter of Ferdinand Vermúdez, count of Cea by Elvira Díaz (aunt of count García Gómez). Among their children were the future king Sancho Garcés III and Urraca, later the second wife of Alfonso V of Leon.

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García Sánchez II nicknamed Temblón. He was king of Pamplona between the years 994 - 1000.

He was the son of King Sancho II Garcés Abarca and Queen Urraca Fernández.

Married to Queen Jimena, daughter of Count Ferdinand Vermúdez and his wife Elvira. Among their children are the future king Sancho Garcés III and Urraca, who married Alfonso V of Leon.

He tried to shake off the submission that his father had offered to Cordoba, which, soon to climb to the throne, he faced Almanzor, but in the year 996 was forced to seek peace in Córdoba.

Around the year 997 in a dispatch from Pamplona to land Calatayud killed the brother of the governor. Almanzor avenged the killing by cutting the heads of 50 Christians.

In the battle of Cervera de Pisuerga in July of the year 1000, the coalition is Count Sancho García of Castile, Alfonso V of León, García Carrión Gómez and García Sánchez II of Navarre.

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García Sánchez II, sometimes García II, III, IV or V (d. 1004), called the Trembling, the Tremulous, or the Trembler (in Spanish, el Temblón) by his contemporaries, was the king of Pamplona and count of Aragón from 994 until his death. He was the son of King Sancho II and Urraca Fernández.

Throughout his reign, his foreign policy seems to have been closely linked to that of Castile. His mother was aunt of count Sancho García of Castile, and also of the powerful count of Saldaña, García Gómez of Carrión, and she appears to have played a role in forming a bridge between the kingdom and county.

He joined his cousin Sancho in attempting to break from the submission his father had offered to Córdoba, as a result of which he had to face Almanzor. In 996 he was forced to seek peace in Córdoba. In 997 during an expedition into the land of Calatayud, García killed the governor's brother. Almanzor took revenge by beheading 50 Christians. At the Battle of Cervera in July 1000, he allied with counts Sancho García of Castile, and García Gómez of Saldaña, to defeat and nearly rout Almanzor, and tradition names him one of the Christian leaders at the 1002 Battle of Calatañazor, which resulted in the death of Almanzor, and the consequent crisis in the Caliphate of Córdoba. He died 1004, when his son Sancho succeeded to the kingdom.

Domestically, he granted the rule in Aragon to his brother Gonzalo, under the tutelage of his mother Urraca.[1] A tradition reports that he freed all of the Muslim captives being held in the kingdom. He had married by August 981, Jimena, daughter of Ferdinand Vermúdez, count of Cea by Elvira Díaz (aunt of count García Gómez of Saldaña). Among their children were the future king Sancho Garcés III and Urraca, later the second wife of Alfonso V of Leon. -------------------- García Sánchez II, sometimes García II, III, IV or V (d. 1004), called the Trembling, the Tremulous, or the Trembler (in Spanish, el Temblón) by his contemporaries, was the king of Pamplona and count of Aragón from 994 until his death. He was the son of King Sancho II and Urraca Fernández.

Throughout his reign, his foreign policy seems to have been closely linked to that of Castile. His mother was aunt of count Sancho García of Castile, and also of the powerful count of Saldaña, García Gómez of Carrión, and she appears to have played a role in forming a bridge between the kingdom and county.

He joined his cousin Sancho in attempting to break from the submission his father had offered to Córdoba, as a result of which he had to face Almanzor. In 996 he was forced to seek peace in Córdoba. In 997 during an expedition into the land of Calatayud, García killed the governor's brother. Almanzor took revenge by beheading 50 Christians. At the Battle of Cervera in July 1000, he allied with counts Sancho García of Castile, and García Gómez of Saldaña, to defeat and nearly rout Almanzor, and tradition names him one of the Christian leaders at the 1002 Battle of Calatañazor, which resulted in the death of Almanzor, and the consequent crisis in the Caliphate of Córdoba. He died 1004, when his son Sancho succeeded to the kingdom.

Domestically, he granted the rule in Aragon to his brother Gonzalo, under the tutelage of his mother Urraca.[1] A tradition reports that he freed all of the Muslim captives being held in the kingdom. He had married by August 981, Jimena, daughter of Ferdinand Vermúdez, count of Cea by Elvira Díaz (aunt of count García Gómez of Saldaña). Among their children were the future king Sancho Garcés III and Urraca, later the second wife of Alfonso V of Leon. -------------------- García Sánchez II, sometimes García II, III, IV or V (died 1000-1004), called the Trembling, the Tremulous, or the Trembler (in Spanish, el Temblón) by his contemporaries, was the king of Pamplona and count of Aragón from 994 until his death. He was the son of King Sancho II and Urraca Fernández.

Throughout his reign, his foreign policy seems to have been closely linked to that of Castile. His mother was aunt of count Sancho García of Castile, and also of the powerful count of Saldaña, García Gómez of Carrión, and she appears to have played a role in forming a bridge between the kingdom and county.

He joined his cousin Sancho in attempting to break from the submission his father had offered to Córdoba, as a result of which he had to face Almanzor. In 996 he was forced to seek peace in Córdoba. In 997 during an expedition into the land of Calatayud, García killed the governor's brother. Almanzor took revenge by beheading 50 Christians. At the Battle of Cervera in July 1000, he joined, along with count García Gómez of Saldaña, in a coalition headed by count Sancho García of Castile that was defeated by Almanzor (that count Sancho led the group is thought to reflect García's decline). Tradition names him one of the Christian leaders at the 1002 Battle of Calatañazor, which resulted in the death of Almanzor and the consequent crisis in the Caliphate of Córdoba, but there is no contemporary record of him after 1000, while his cousin Sancho Ramírez of Viguera may have been ruling in Pamplona in 1002. García was certainly dead by 1004, when his son Sancho Garcés III first appears as king.

Domestically, he granted the rule in Aragon to his brother Gonzalo, under the tutelage of his mother Urraca.[1] A tradition reports that he freed all of the Muslim captives being held in the kingdom. He had married by August 981, Jimena, daughter of Ferdinand Vermúdez, count of Cea by Elvira Díaz (aunt of count García Gómez of Saldaña). Among their children were the future king Sancho and Urraca, later the second wife of Alfonso V of Leon.

Sources

   * Pérez de Urbel, Justo. "Los Primeros Siglos de la Reconquista, (Años 711-1038)" in España Christiana: Comienzo de la Reconquista (711-1038). Historia de España [dirigida por Don Ramón Menéndez Pidal], vol. 6. Espasa Calpe: Madrid, 1964.

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García Sánchez II apodado el Temblón. Fue rey de Pamplona entre los años 994-1000.

Era hijo del rey Sancho Garcés II Abarca y de la reina Urraca Fernández.

Casado con la reina Jimena Fernández, hija de Fernando Bermúdez conde de Cea y de su esposa Elvira Díaz de Saldaña. Están entre sus hijos el futuro rey Sancho Garcés III y Urraca Garcés de Pamplona, que casaría con Alfonso V de León.

Trató de sacudirse la sumisión que su padre había ofrecido a Córdoba, para lo cual, al poco de subir al trono, se enfrentó a Almanzor, pero en el año 996 se vio obligado a pedir la paz en Córdoba.

Hacia el año 997 en una expedición de pamploneses a tierras de Calatayud se dio muerte al hermano del gobernador. Almanzor vengó esta muerte cortando la cabeza de 50 cristianos.

En la batalla de Cervera, en julio del año 1000, se coaligaron el conde Sancho García de Castilla, Alfonso V de León, García Gómez de Saldaña y García Sánchez II de Navarra.

-------------------- Garcia III de Pamplona ou Garcia IV Sanchez de Pamplona ou ainda García Sánchez II de Pamplona "O tremedor" (958 - 1004) foi o 7.º rei de Pamplona e o 11.º Conde de Aragão entre o ano de 994 e o ano 1000. -------------------- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Garc%C3%ADa_S%C3%A1nchez_II_of_Pamplona -------------------- García Sánchez of Castile

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García Sánchez (d. 1029) was the last independent count of Castile from 1017 to his death. Son of Sancho García and his wife Urraca, he succeeded his father when he was only a boy.

During his minority the post of regent was held by several Castilian magnates and Urraca, Abbess of Covarrubias, the young king's aunt. The county fell under the protection of King Sancho III of Navarre (Sancho the Great).

He reached his majority in 1028. He was assassinated the next year when leaving the royal palace in León by the brothers Rodrigo Vela and Íñigo Vela. He had gone there to meet his fiancée, the princess Sancha, daughter of Alfonso V of León.

The countship was assigned to his nephew Ferdinand, younger son of his sister Mayor and her husband Sancho the Great.