Sancho I 'el de los Buenos Fueros' García de Castilla, conde de Castilla (965 - 1017) MP

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Nicknames: "of the Good Laws", "El de los Buenos Fueros", "called of the Good Laws (in Spanish", "el de los Buenos Fueros)", "El de los buenos fueros"
Birthplace: Castile, Spain
Death: Died in Castile, Spain
Occupation: Conde de Castilla (995 al 1017), Conde Soberano de Castela, Greve, Conde de Castilla, Count of Castile, Conde, Conde de Castilla. Llamado "el de los buenos fueros"., Count of Castile and Álava., Señor de Vizcaya, Conde Soberano de Castilla (995-1017)
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About Sancho I 'el de los Buenos Fueros' García de Castilla, conde de Castilla

Sancho García http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sancho_Garc%C3%ADa

Sancho García, el de los Buenos Fueros (?-1017). Conde de Castilla del 995 al 1017. Hijo de García Fernández y su mujer Ava de Ribagorza. Sucedió a su padre al frente del condado tras su muerte aunque protagonizó una sublevación contra él con apoyo de Almanzor.

Contrajo matrimonio con Urraca Gómez de la familia condal Banu Gómez de Saldaña: 1) García Sánchez (1010-1028), conde de Castilla. 2) Muniadona de Castilla, condesa de Ribagorza y de Castilla, casada con Sancho III de Navarra. 3) Sancha de Castilla (1006-1027), casada con el conde de Barcelona Berenguer Ramón I. 4) Trígida Sánchez, abadesa en el Monasterio de San Salvador de Oña. 5) Urraca Sánchez ( ? -1041) casada con Sancho Guillermo, duque de Gascuña, conde de Burdeos.

En el año 1000 Almanzor ataca Castilla, Sancho García sale a su encuentro y es derrotado en la Batalla de Cervera no sin antes causar un gran número de bajas en las filas de Almanzor. Participó junto con Sancho III de Navarra y Alfonso V de León en la famosa batalla de Calatañazor donde Almanzor sufrió su primera derrota importante.

Apoyó a Sulaiman al-Mustain en las luchas civiles cordobesas, recibiendo a cambio varias plazas en la línea del Duero (Osma, San Esteban de Gormaz, Clunia, Berlanga de Duero, Sepúlveda, Peñafiel) Conocido como "el de los Buenos Fueros" por los privilegios que dio a diversas poblaciones de Castilla. Fue el fundador del Monasterio de San Salvador de Oña en 1011, donde actualmente está enterrado. -------------------- Sancho García (d. 1017), called of the Good Laws (in Spanish, el de los Buenos Fueros), was the count of Castile and Álava from 995 to his death. He was the son of Count García Fernández, against whom he rebelled with the support of Almanzor, the effective ruler of Córdoba. This resulted in the partition of the county between Sancho and his father, and the county was not reunited until his father's death five years later. He was succeeded by his own son García.

His wife was named Urraca, whose origin has been subject to speculation. The current consensus makes her his cousin, the daughter of count Gómez Díaz of Saldaña, head of the Beni Gómez family, by Muniadona Fernández of Castile. They had:

Muniadona Mayor, eldest daughter, married Sancho III of Navarre, through whom right to the county eventually passed. Ferdinand, died before 2 March 999 Tigridia, abbess of San Salvador de Oña Sancha, married Berenguer Ramon I, Count of Barcelona García, who succeeded his father They may also have been parents of:

Urraca, wife of Sancho VI William of Gascony

-------------------- Sancho García (d. 1017), called of the Good Laws (in Spanish, el de los Buenos Fueros), was the count of Castile and Álava from 995 to his death. He was the son of Count García Fernández, against whom he rebelled with the support of Almanzor, the effective ruler of Córdoba. This resulted in the partition of the county between Sancho and his father, and the county was not reunited until his father's death five years later. He was succeeded by his own son García.

His wife was named Urraca, whose origin has been subject to speculation. The current consensus makes her his cousin, the daughter of count Gómez Díaz of Saldaña, head of the Beni Gómez family, by Muniadona Fernández of Castile. They had:

Muniadona Mayor, eldest daughter, married Sancho III of Navarre, through whom right to the county eventually passed.

Ferdinand, died before 2 March 999

Tigridia, abbess of San Salvador de Oña

Sancha, married Berenguer Ramon I, Count of Barcelona

García, who succeeded his father

They may also have been parents of:

Urraca, wife of Sancho VI William of Gascony -------------------- Sancho García (died 1017), called of the Good Laws (in Spanish, el de los Buenos Fueros), was the count of Castile and Álava from 995 to his death.

Sancho was the son of count García Fernández and his wife Aba of Ribagorza. He rebelled against his father with the support of Almanzor, the effective ruler of Córdoba. This resulted in the partition of the county between father and son, and the county was not reunited until his father's death five years later. He renewed the Reconquista by rebelling against Almanzor, alongside García Sánchez II of Pamplona and García Gómez of the Banu Gómez. Sancho led the coalition that was defeated at the Battle of Cervera in July 1000, but in early September successfully turned back the Córdoban invasion of his county. Almanzor was again campaigning against Sancho in 1002 when another battle occurred, remembered by the Christians as the Battle of Calatañazor and Muslims as the Pedroso expedition. The two sides report different outcomes to the battle itself, but Almanzor died of injuries received in the conflict, removing Sancho's primary antagonist and leaving the Caliphate of Córdoba in crisis. Sancho ruled for another 15 years, and was succeeded by his own son García.

His wife was named Urraca, whose appears to have been his cousin, the daughter of count Gómez Díaz of Saldaña, head of the Beni Gómez family, by Muniadona Fernández of Castile. They had:

Muniadona Mayor, eldest daughter, married Sancho III of Navarre, through whom right to the county eventually passed.

Ferdinand, died before 2 March 999

Tigridia, abbess of San Salvador de Oña, which he founded for her to direct.

Sancha, married Berenguer Ramon I, Count of Barcelona

García, who succeeded his father

They may also have been parents of:

Urraca, wife of Sancho VI William of Gascony

[edit] Ancestry

Ancestors of Sancho García of Castile[hide]


 16. Fernándo González 
 
         

 8. Gonzalo Fernández, Count of Castile   
 
               

 17. Gutina 
 
         

 4. Fernán González, Count of Castile   
 
                     

 18. (perh) Ramiro, Anti-King of León 
 
         

 9. Muniadona Ramírez of León   
 
               





 2. García Fernández, Count of Castile   
 
                           

 20. García Jiménez of Pamplona 
 
         

 10. Sancho I of Navarre   
 
               

 21. Dadildis of Pallars (sister of 24) 
 
         

 5. Sancha of Navarre   
 
                     

 22. Aznar Sánchez, Lord of Larraun 
 
         

 11. Toda Aznárez   
 
               

 23. Oneca Fortúnez of Pamplona 
 
         

 1. Sancho García of Castile   
 
                                 

 24. Raymond I, Count of Pallars and Ribagorza 
 
         

 12. Bernard I, Count of Ribagorza   
 
               





 6. Raymond II, Count of Ribagorza   
 
                     

 26. Galindo Aznárez II, Count of Aragon 
 
         

 13. Tota Galíndez   
 
               

 27. Acibella Garcés (daughter of 28, 29) 
 
         

 3. Ava of Ribagorza   
 
                           

 28. García II Sánchez, Duke of Gascony 
 
         

 14. William Garcés, Count of Fézensac   
 
               

 29. Amuna (Munia) 
 
         

 7. Garsinda of Fézensac   
 
                     













Preceded by

García Fernández Count of Castile

995–1017 Succeeded by

García Sánchez

Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sancho_Garc%C3%ADa_of_Castile"

Categories: 1017 deaths | 11th-century Spanish people | Counts of Spain | 10th-century rulers in Europe | 11th-century rulers in Europe -------------------- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sancho_I_of_Castile -------------------- He is identified as Sancha Garcia III of Castille who died 5 Feb 1017 by Luis Suarez Fernandez, "Historia de Espana" (Madrid: Edad Madia, 1978).

(From Wikipedia) Sancho García (died 1017), called of the Good Laws (in Spanish, el de los Buenos Fueros), was the count of Castile and Álava from 995 to his death. He was the son of Count García Fernández, against whom he rebelled with the support of Almanzor, the effective ruler of Córdoba. This resulted in the partition of the county between Sancho and his father, and the county was not reunited until his father's death five years later. He was succeeded by his own son García.

His wife was named Urraca, whose origin has been subject to speculation. The current consensus makes her his cousin, the daughter of count Gómez Díaz of Saldaña, head of the Beni Gómez family, by Muniadona Fernández of Castile.

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El Conde don Sancho Garcia fucedio a fu padre en el Señorio de Caftilla. Fue cafado con doña Vrraca, en quien tuvo al Infante don Garcia que le fucedio en el Condado, y a doña Nuña Reyna de Navarra muger de el Rey don Sancho de Navarra, y a la Reyna doña Terefa muger del Rey don Bermudo el Tercero de Leon, y a doña Tigride Abadeffa del Monafterio de Sã Salvador de Oña. El Infante don Garcia fiedo defpofado con la Infanta doña Sancha hija del Rey don Bermudo de Leon fue muerto por el Cõde don Rodrigo Vela, por cuya muerte fucedio en el Señorio de Caftilla la Reyna doña Nuña fu hermana y el Rey don Sancho de Navarra fu cuñado. Y aunque las hiftorias la llaman doña Elvira, fu nombre por efcripturas de aquel tiempo es doña Nuña. NOBLEZA DEL ANDALVZIA Por Gonçalo Argote de Molina, Sevilla 1588. Libro Primero. Don Gomez Manriqve Maestre de Calatrava gana a Alcaudete de los Moros, y el Rey don Fernando la da a la dicha Orden, y fucefsion de fu linage, y del linage de el Conde Fernan Gonçalez. Cap. CV. Pág. 117

-------------------- Gift med sin cousine: Uracca Salvadores (d. 20. Maj 1025).

Leo: Europäische Stammtafeln, J.A. Stargardt Verlag, Marburg, Schwennicke, Detlev (Ed.), Reference: II 51. -------------------- Sancho García, el de los Buenos Fueros (m. febrero de 1017)1 fue Conde de Castilla del 995 al 1017.

Hijo de García Fernández y su mujer Ava de Ribagorza, y nieto del Conde de Castilla y de Álava (931-944 y 945-970) Fernán González. Sucedió a su padre al frente del condado tras su muerte aunque protagonizó una sublevación contra él con apoyo de Almanzor.

En el año 1000 Almanzor ataca Castilla; Sancho García sale a su encuentro y es derrotado en la Batalla de Cervera no sin antes causar un gran número de bajas en las filas de Almanzor. Participó junto con Sancho Garcés III de Pamplona y Alfonso V de León en la famosa batalla de Calatañazor donde Almanzor sufrió su primera derrota importante.

Apoyó a Sulaiman al-Mustain en las luchas civiles cordobesas, recibiendo a cambio varias plazas en la línea del Duero (Osma, San Esteban de Gormaz, Clunia, Berlanga de Duero, Sepúlveda, Peñafiel)

Conocido como "el de los Buenos Fueros" por los privilegios que dio a diversas poblaciones de Castilla.

Fue el fundador del Monasterio de San Salvador de Oña en 1011, donde fue enterrado. (Fuente: Wikipedia)

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Sancho I el de los Buenos Fueros, conde de Castilla's Timeline

965
965
Castile, Spain
990
990
Age 25
Toledo, Castilla-La Mancha, España
994
994
Age 29
995
995
Age 30
998
998
Age 33
1006
1006
Age 41
1006
Age 41
Count of, Castile
1006
Age 41
Count of, Castile
1006
Age 41
Count of, Castile
1009
November 1009
Age 44
Burgos