Sancha de Borgoña (de Castille), Reina consorte de Navarra (1139 - 1177) MP

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Birthplace: of, Toledo, Castilla-La Mancha, Spain
Death: Died in Cathedral Santa Maria, Navarra, Spain
Occupation: Queen of Navarre, Infanta de Castilla
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About Sancha de Borgoña (de Castille), Reina consorte de Navarra

Sancha of Castile, Queen of Navarre (1139-1179)

NOT TO BE CONFUSED WITH SANCHA OF CASTILE, QUEEN OF ARAGON, WHO WAS ALSO DAUGHTER OF ALFONSO VII OF LEÓN AND CASTILE BUT BY HIS SECOND MARRIAGE TO RICHILDE OF POLAND

  1. # Father: Alfonso VII of León and Castile
    1. Mother: Berenguela of Barcelona
    2. Husband: Sancho VI of Navarre
    3. Sons:

1) Sancho VII, The Strong

2) Fernando

3) Ramiro or Remigio, bishop

  1. # Daughters:

1) Berenguela of Navarre

2) Blanca of Navarre

3) Constanza, died young

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sancha_of_Castile,_Queen_of_Navarre

Sancha of Castile (c.1139-1179) was daughter of Alfonso VII of León and Castile and his first wife Berenguela of Barcelona. She was a member of the House of Burgundy-Spain.

Sancha was the fifth child of seven born to her parents, and sister of Sancho III of Castile, Ferdinand II of León, Constance, Queen of France, and half-sister of Sancha, Queen of Aragon.

In 1157, Sancha married Sancho VI of Navarre. His reign was full of clashes with Castile and Aragon. He was a monastic founder and many architectural accomplishments date to his reign. He is also responsible for bringing his kingdom into the political orbit of Europe.

Sancho and Sancha had six children:

Sancho VII of Navarre

Ferdinand

Ramiro, Bishop of Pamplona

Berengaria of Navarre (died 1230 or 1232), married Richard I of England

Constance

Blanca of Navarre, married Count Theobald III of Champagne, then acted as regent of Champagne, and finally as regent of Navarre.

Sancha died in 1179, aged forty and she left her husband a widower, he never remarried.

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Sancho VI of Navarre

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sancho VI of Navarre married Sancha of Castile in 1157, the daughter of Alfonso VII. Their children were:

Sancho VII of Navarre

Ferdinand

Ramiro, Bishop of Pamplona

Berengaria of Navarre (died 1230 or 1232), married Richard I of England

Constance

Blanca of Navarre, married Count Theobald III of Champagne, then acted as regent of Champagne, and finally as regent of Navarre

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Sancha of Castile (c.1139-1179) was daughter of Alfonso VII of León and Castile and his first wife Berenguela of Barcelona . She was a member of the House of Burgundy-Spain .

Sancha was the fifth child of seven born to her parents, and sister of Sancho III of Castile , Ferdinand II of León , Constance, Queen of France , and half-sister of Sancha, Queen of Aragon .

In 1157, Sancha married Sancho VI of Navarre . His reign was full of clashes with Castile and Aragon . He was a monastic founder and many architectural accomplishments date to his reign. He is also responsible for bringing his kingdom into the political orbit of Europe .

Sancho and Sancha had six children:

Sancho VII of Navarre

Ferdinand

Ramiro, Bishop of Pamplona

Berengaria of Navarre (died 1230 or 1232), married Richard I of England

Constance

Blanca of Navarre , married Count Theobald III of Champagne , then acted as regent of Champagne, and finally as regent of Navarre

Sancha died in 1179, aged forty and she left her husband a widower, he never remarried.

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Sancha, Reina consorte de Navarra's Timeline

1139
August 5, 1139
of, Toledo, Castilla-La Mancha, Spain
1153
June 2, 1153
Age 13
Navarra, Spain
1167
1167
Age 27
Pampeluna, Navarra, Spain
1170
1170
Age 30
1177
August 5, 1177
Age 38
Cathedral Santa Maria, Navarra, Spain
1991
October 12, 1991
Age 38
December 4, 1991
Age 38
December 13, 1991
Age 38
1993
July 14, 1993
Age 38
LANGE
September 22, 1993
Age 38
LANGE