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Nicknames: "Lord of Uttoz and Moncon"
Death: Died
Occupation: Infante de Navarra, Señor de Monzón & Logroño, Caballero de la Orden de la Divisa, Solar & Casa Real de la Piscina [Probática] (1099), Lord of Monzon, Spain
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Ramiro Sánchez, Lord of Monzón From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Ramiro Sánchez of Monzón (1070 - 1116) Ramiro was born in the town of Monzón, Spain. His father was Sancho Garcés, an illegitimate son of king García Sánchez III of Navarre. His mother was Constance, whose parentage has been subject to recent speculation - associated with the lords of Marañon in traditional sources, she has lately been suggested to have been daughter of queen Estefanía, King García's wife, and hence step-sister of her husband. With the fall of his uncle, king Sancho IV of Navarre, the kingdom was divided between Castile and Aragon, and the royal family parceled out between the two. Ramiro was thus raised at the Aragonese court, and was lord of Monzón, in which we was succeeded by his eldest son. Ramiro was married to Cristina Rodríguez de Vivar, Also see: Kings of Navarre family tree [edit]Children

García Ramírez of Navarre (The Restorer King), King of Navarre Alfonso, sn de Castroviejo Elvira [edit]Sources

Arco y Garay, Ricardo del. "Dos Infantes de Navarra, Senores en Monzon". Príncipe de Viana. 10:249-74 (1949). Pamplona, German de. "Filiation y Derechos al Trono de Navarra de Garcia Ramirez el Restaurador". Príncipe de Viana. 10:275-83 (1949). Salazar y Acha, Jaime de. "Reflexiones Sobre la Posible Historicidad de un Episodio de la Crónica Najerense". Príncipe de Viana. 55:149-156 (1994). -------------------- Ramiro Sánchez of Monzón (1070 - 1116) was a noble kinsman of the kings of Navarre, and lord of the town of Monzón, Spain.

His father was Sancho Garcés, an illegitimate son of king García Sánchez III of Navarre. His mother was Constance, whose parentage has been subject to recent speculation - associated with the lords of Marañon in traditional sources, she has lately been suggested to have been daughter of queen Estefanía, King García's wife, and hence stepsister of her husband.

With the fall of his uncle, king Sancho IV of Navarre, the kingdom was divided between Castile and Aragon, and the royal family parceled out between the two. Ramiro was thus raised at the Aragonese court, and was lord of Monzón, in which we was succeeded by his eldest son, the future king García Ramírez of Navarre.


María and Cristina, daughters of Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar, beaten and left for dead by their husbands, the lords of Carrión. Cristina was eventually remarried to Ramiro.Ramiro was married to Cristina Rodríguez, daughter of Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar. Their children were:

García Ramírez (the Restorer), King of Navarre Alfonso, lord of Castroviejo Estefania, wife of count Fruela Díaz Elvira, wife of count Rodrigo Gómez and mother of Gonzalo Ruiz of Bureba [edit] Sources Primary The Chronicle of Alfonso the Emperor Secondary Arco y Garay, Ricardo del. "Dos Infantes de Navarra, Senores en Monzon". Príncipe de Viana. 10:249-74 (1949). Pamplona, Germán de. "Filiation y Derechos al Trono de Navarra de Garcia Ramirez el Restaurador". Príncipe de Viana. 10:275-83 (1949). Salazar y Acha, Jaime de. "Reflexiones Sobre la Posible Historicidad de un Episodio de la Crónica Najerense". Príncipe de Viana. 55:149-156 (1994). Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ramiro_S%C3%A1nchez,_Lord_of_Monz%C3%B3n" Categories: 1070 births | 1116 deaths | House of Jiménez | Navarrese monarchs | 12th-century Spanish people -------------------- Ramiro Sánchez of Monzón (1070 - 1116) was a noble kinsman of the kings of Navarre, and lord of the town of Monzón, Spain.

His father was Sancho Garcés, an illegitimate son of king García Sánchez III of Navarre. His mother was Constance, whose parentage has been subject to recent speculation - associated with the lords of Marañon in traditional sources, she has lately been suggested to have been daughter of queen Estefanía, King García's wife, and hence stepsister of her husband.

With the fall of his uncle, king Sancho IV of Navarre, the kingdom was divided between Castile and Aragon, and the royal family parceled out between the two. Ramiro was thus raised at the Aragonese court, and was lord of Monzón, in which we was succeeded by his eldest son, the future king García Ramírez of Navarre.

Ramiro was married to Cristina Rodríguez, daughter of Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar, El Cid.

Also see: Kings of Navarre family tree

[edit] Children García Ramírez of Navarre (The Restorer King), King of Navarre Alfonso, sn de Castroviejo Estefania, wife of Count Fruela Díaz Elvira, wife of count Rodrigo Gómez and mother of Gonzalo Ruiz of Bureba

[edit] Sources Arco y Garay, Ricardo del. "Dos Infantes de Navarra, Senores en Monzon". Príncipe de Viana. 10:249-74 (1949). Pamplona, German de. "Filiation y Derechos al Trono de Navarra de Garcia Ramirez el Restaurador". Príncipe de Viana. 10:275-83 (1949). Salazar y Acha, Jaime de. "Reflexiones Sobre la Posible Historicidad de un Episodio de la Crónica Najerense". Príncipe de Viana. 55:149-156 (1994). The Chronicle of Alfonso the Emperor Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ramiro_S%C3%A1nchez,_Lord_of_Monz%C3%B3n"

-------------------- Ramiro Sánchez of Monzón (1070 - 1116) Ramiro was born in the town of Monzón, Spain.

His father was Sancho Garcés, an illegitimate son of king García Sánchez III of Navarre. His mother was Constance, whose parentage has been subject to recent speculation - associated with the lords of Marañon in traditional sources, she has lately been suggested to have been daughter of queen Estefanía, King García's wife, and hence step-sister of her husband.

With the fall of his uncle, king Sancho IV of Navarre, the kingdom was divided between Castile and Aragon, and the royal family parceled out between the two. Ramiro was thus raised at the Aragonese court, and was lord of Monzón, in which we was succeeded by his eldest son.

Ramiro was married to Cristina Rodríguez de Vivar, -------------------- Señor de Monzón. Acompañó al Cid en la segunda expedición de la Primera Cruzada por la conquista de Tierra Santa, atacando Jerusalén por la Piscina Probática en 1099. A su regresó trajo consigo una astilla perteneciente a la cruz verdadera donde fue colgado Cristo, además de una imagen de la virgen supuéstamente tallada por el apóstol San Lucas. Organizó una especie de orden de caballería denominada La Divisa y se internó en el Monasterio de San Pedro de Cardeña.

-------------------- Ramiro Sánchez (Monzón c. 1057 - febrero de 1115 o 1116), señor de Monzón, fue hijo de Sancho Garcés (a su vez hijo bastardo del rey García Sánchez III de Navarra) y de Constanza, en un tiempo asociada a la antigua familia de los Marañones y en la actualidad, asociada por algunos estudiosos a la figura de la hija de un primer matrimonio de Estefanía de Foix, esposa en segundas nupcias del propio rey García Sánchez III de Navarra.

Cuando fue asesinado el hijo y heredero de García III, Sancho IV el de Peñalén el 4 de junio de 1076 por su propio hermano Ramón, el reino se dividió, siendo ocupado el trono de Pamplona por Sancho Ramírez, el cual incorporó la corona de Navarra a la de Aragón, mientras Alfonso VI de Castilla incorporaba La Rioja a su reino. Sancho Garcés, padre de Ramiro Sánchez, que era señor de Uncastillo y Sangüesa, gravitó hacia el reino de Aragón.

Contrajo matrimonio con Cristina después de 1098, hija de Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar El Cid, con quien tendrían por hijo a García Ramirez. Éste recuperó el trono de Pamplona tras fallecer Alfonso I de Aragón sin descendencia.

Participó en la segunda expedición de la Primera Cruzada por la conquista de Tierra Santa, atacando Jerusalén por la Piscina Probática en 1099. A su regresó trajo consigo una astilla perteneciente a la cruz verdadera donde fue colgado Cristo, además de una imagen de la virgen supuestamente tallada por el apóstol San Lucas. Organizó una especie de orden de caballería denominada La Divisa y se internó en el Monasterio de San Pedro de Cardeña.

Hizo testamento en 13 de noviembre de 1110, dejando encargada la construcción de un templo que recordase su victoria en Jerusalén y sirviese de referencia noble para sus descendientes en la Divisa, Solar y Casa Real de la Piscina. Indicó también que el templo debía tener la forma de la Piscina Probática, teniendo por patrona a Santa María y en el se expondrían las reliquias traídas de su campaña. Así su hijo Sancho Ramírez y el Abad de Cardeña Pedro Virila la mandaron construir la Ermita de Santa María de La Piscina, estando acabada en 1136 y siendo consagrada el 1 de agosto de 1137 por Sancho de Funes, obispo de Calahorra. -------------------- Ramiro Sánchez de Pamplona De Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

Ramiro Sánchez (Monzón, entre 1064 y 1075[1] [2] - febrero de 1115/6), señor de Monzón, fue hijo de Sancho Garcés (a su vez hijo bastardo del rey García Sánchez III de Pamplona) y de Constanza, en un tiempo asociada a la antigua familia de los Marañones y en la actualidad, asociada por algunos estudiosos a la figura de la hija de un primer matrimonio de Estefanía de Foix, esposa en segundas nupcias del propio rey García Sánchez III de Pamplona.

Cuando fue asesinado el hijo y heredero de García III, Sancho IV el de Peñalén el 4 de junio de 1076 por su propio hermano Ramón, el reino se dividió, siendo ocupado el trono de Pamplona por Sancho Ramírez, que incorporó la corona de Navarra a la de Aragón, mientras Alfonso VI de Castilla incorporaba La Rioja a su reino. Sancho Garcés, padre de Ramiro Sánchez, que era señor de Uncastillo y Sangüesa, gravitó hacia el reino de Aragón.

Contrajo matrimonio con Cristina, hija de Rodrigo Díaz el Campeador, después de 1098. Con ella tendría a García Ramírez el Restaurador, quien recuperó el trono de Pamplona tras fallecer Alfonso I de Aragón sin descendencia.

Participó en la segunda expedición de la Primera Cruzada por la conquista de Tierra Santa, atacando Jerusalén por la Piscina Probática en 1099. A su regresó trajo consigo una astilla perteneciente a la cruz verdadera donde fue colgado Cristo, además de una imagen de la virgen supuestamente tallada por el apóstol San Lucas. Organizó una especie de orden de caballería denominada La Divisa y se internó en el Monasterio de San Pedro de Cardeña.

Hizo testamento en 13 de noviembre de 1110,[1] dejando encargada la construcción de un templo que recordase su victoria en Jerusalén y sirviese de referencia noble para sus descendientes en la Divisa, Solar y Casa Real de la Piscina. Indicó también que el templo debía tener la forma de la Piscina Probática, teniendo por patrona a Santa María y en el se expondrían las reliquias traídas de su campaña.

Así su hijo Sancho Ramírez y el Abad de Cardeña Pedro Virila la mandaron construir la Ermita de Santa María de La Piscina, estando acabada en 1136 y siendo consagrada el 1 de agosto de 1137 por Sancho de Funes, obispo de Calahorra.

Descendencia

García Ramírez "El Restaurador", Rey de Navarra. Alfonso Ramirez, Señor de Castroviejo. Elvira Ramírez (m. 1164), casada con el conde Rodrigo Gómez, hijo del conde Gómez González el de Candespina. Sancho Ramírez "de la Piscina", Señor de Peñacerrada, Arellano y Puelles.

-------------------- Ramiro Sánchez of Monzón (1070 - 1116) Ramiro was born in the town of Monzón, Spain.

His father was Sancho Garcés, an illegitimate son of king García Sánchez III of Navarre. His mother was Constance, whose parentage has been subject to recent speculation - associated with the lords of Marañon in traditional sources, she has lately been suggested to have been daughter of queen Estefanía, King García's wife, and hence step-sister of her husband.

With the fall of his uncle, king Sancho IV of Navarre, the kingdom was divided between Castile and Aragon, and the royal family parceled out between the two. Ramiro was thus raised at the Aragonese court, and was lord of Monzón, in which we was succeeded by his eldest son.

Ramiro was married to Cristina Rodríguez de Vivar, -------------------- Ramiro Sánchez of Monzón was a noble kinsman of the Kings of Navarre, and lord of the town of Monzón, Spain. With the fall of his uncle, King Sancho IV of Navarre, the kingdom was divided between Castile and Aragon, and the royal family parceled out between the two. Ramiro was thus raised at the Aragonese court, and was lord of Monzón, in which we was succeeded by his eldest son, the future king García Ramírez of Navarre.

Ramiro was married to Cristina Rodríguez, daughter of Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar, El Cid. They had three children, including our ancestor García Ramírez of Navarre.

See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ramiro_S%C3%A1nchez,_Lord_of_Monz%C3%B3n for more information. -------------------- Ramiro Sánchez of Monzón (1070–1116) was a noble kinsman of the kings of Navarre, and lord of the town of Monzón, Spain.

His father was Sancho Garcés, an illegitimate son of king García Sánchez III of Navarre. His mother was Constance, whose parentage has been subject to recent speculation - associated with the lords of Marañon in traditional sources, she has lately been suggested to have been daughter of queen Estefanía, King García's wife, and hence stepsister of her husband.

With the fall of his uncle, king Sancho IV of Navarre, the kingdom was divided between Castile and Aragon, and the royal family parceled out between the two. Ramiro was thus raised at the Aragonese court, and was lord of Monzón, in which we was succeeded by his eldest son, the future king García Ramírez of Navarre.


María and Cristina, daughters of Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar, beaten and left for dead by their husbands, the lords of Carrión. Cristina was eventually remarried to Ramiro.Ramiro was married to Cristina Rodríguez, daughter of Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar. Their children were:

García Ramírez (the Restorer), King of Navarre Elvira, wife of count Rodrigo Gómez and mother of Gonzalo Ruiz of Bureba [edit] SourcesPrimary The Chronicle of Alfonso the Emperor Secondary Arco y Garay, Ricardo del. "Dos Infantes de Navarra, Senores en Monzon". Príncipe de Viana. 10:249-74 (1949). Pamplona, Germán de. "Filiation y Derechos al Trono de Navarra de Garcia Ramirez el Restaurador". Príncipe de Viana. 10:275-83 (1949). Salazar y Acha, Jaime de. "Reflexiones Sobre la Posible Historicidad de un Episodio de la Crónica Najerense". Príncipe de Viana. 55:149-156 (1994).