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Nicknames: "The Desired", "o Desejado", "King Sancho III of /Castille/", "'the desired'", "el Deseado", "Sancho III // King of Castile", "called el Deseado (the Desired) due to his birth", "as first child of his parents", "not until eight years after their marriage", "Son Of Alfons..."
Death: Died in Toledo, Toledo, Castille La Mancha, Spain
Occupation: Roi de Castille, Rey de Castilla (1157-1158), KING OF CASTILE, II?, King of Castilla, Rey de Castilla, roi de Castille, King, Roi, de Castille, Kung i Kastilien 1157-1158, "The King of Castile", King of Castile, King of Castile and Toledo
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Sancho III de Castilla

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Sancho III de Castilla (* Toledo, 1134 - † Toledo, 31 de agosto de 1158). Llamado "el Deseado" fue rey de Castilla desde el 21 de agosto de 1157 hasta su muerte.

Hijo primogénito de Alfonso VII y Berenguela de Barcelona, el 21 de agosto de 1157 a la muerte de su padre, heredó el Reino de Castilla mientras que su hermano, Fernando II, recibió el reino de León. La división del reino entre los dos hijos de Alfonso VII no derivó en conflicto entre los hermanos debido a la intervención de su hermanastra Sancha que intermedió para que ambos respetaran los límites territoriales de cada reino.

El 30 de enero de 1151 contrajo matrimonio en Laguardia con Blanca Garcés de Navarra, hija del rey navarro García Ramírez I y de Margarita de Aguila. De este matrimonio nacería, en 1155, el futuro Alfonso VIII en cuyo parto fallecería Blanca.

En 1158 contribuyó a la creación de la Orden de Calatrava cuando los templarios rehusaron mantener la defensa de la ciudad fronteriza de Calatrava que les había sido concedida por Alfonso VI en 1147. Sancho entregó entonces la tenencia y el señorío de Calatrava al abad Raimundo de Fitero y al caballero Diego Velázquez, que fundarían la citada Orden militar.

Siguiendo la política de su padre logró que, en 1157, el rey navarro Sancho VI, y en 1158, el conde de Barcelona Ramón Berenguer IV le prestaran vasallaje. Ese mismo año entró en el reino leonés de su hermano Fernando II pero no llegó a enfrentarse a él, ya que ambos monarcas el 23 de mayo de 1158 llegaron a un acuerdo firmado el tratado de Sahagún, por el cual Sancho se comprometía a devolver las tierras fronterizas entre ambas reinos que había conquistado a cambio de que estas fueran dadas en señoríos a nobles leoneses cercanos al rey castellano. También acordaron prestarse ayuda mutua frente a terceros, se repartieron las zonas de conquista sobre los territorios musulmanes y establecieron que si alguno de ellos fallecía sin descendencia el reino del finado pasaría al superviviente.

La súbita muerte de Sancho dejó el tratado firmado con su hermano sin fuerza alguna. Fue sucedido en el trono por su hijo Alfonso, entonces menor de edad, lo que originó una lucha por el poder en Castilla entre la familia Lara y la familia Castro.

Se halla enterrado en la Capilla Mayor de la catedral de Santa María de Toledo.

Descendencia con Blanca Garcés de Navarra:

  1. Alfonso VIII

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Sancho III of Castile

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Sancho III of Castile (1134 – 31 August 1158) was King of Castile and Toledo for one year, from 1157 to 1158. During the Reconquista, in which he took an active part, he founded the Order of Calatrava. He was called el Deseado (the Desired) due to his position as the first child of his parents, born after eight years of childless marriage.

He was the eldest son of King Alfonso VII of Castile and Berenguela of Barcelona. During his father's reign, he appears as "king of Nájera" as early as 1149. His father's will partitioned the kingdom between his two sons: Sancho inherited the kingdoms of Castile and Toledo, and Fernando inherited Leon. The two brothers had just signed a treaty when Sancho suddenly died in the summer of 1158, being buried at Toledo. He had married in 1151 to Blanca of Navarre, daughter of García Ramírez of Navarre, having two sons, his successor Alfonso VIII of Castile, and infante García, who died at birth in 1156, apparently also resulting in the death of Blanca. There may also have been an older son who died in infancy.

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Sancho III of Castile (1134 – August 31, 1158), called el Deseado (the Desired) due to his birth, as first child of his parents, not until eight years after their marriage, was King of Castile and Toledo for one year, from 1157 to 1158.

He was the eldest son of King Alfonso VII of Castile and Berenguela of Barcelona. During his father's reign, he appears as "king of Najera", as early as 1149. His father's will partitioned the kingdom between his two sons: Sancho inherited the kingdoms of Castile and Toledo, and Fernando inherited Leon. The two brothers had just signed a treaty when Sancho suddenly died in the summer of 1158, being buried at Toledo. He had married in 1151 to Blanca of Navarre, daughter of García Ramírez of Navarre, having two sons, his successor Alfonso VIII of Castile, and infante García, who died at birth in 1156, apparently also resulting in the death of Blanca. There may also have been an older son who died in infancy.

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fue rey de Castilla desde el 21 de agosto de 1157 hasta su muerte.

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Sancho III of Castile (1134 – 31 August 1158) was King of Castile and Toledo for one year, from 1157 to 1158. During the Reconquista, in which he took an active part, he founded the Order of Calatrava.[1] He was called el Deseado (the Desired) due to his position as the first child of his parents, born after eight years of childless marriage.

He was the eldest son of King Alfonso VII of León and Castile and Berenguela of Barcelona.[2] During his father's reign, he appears as "king of Nájera" as early as 1149. His father's will partitioned the kingdom between his two sons: Sancho inherited the kingdoms of Castile and Toledo, and Fernando inherited Leon. The two brothers had just signed a treaty when Sancho suddenly died in the summer of 1158, being buried at Toledo.[3]

He had married in 1151 to Blanca of Navarre, daughter of García Ramírez of Navarre, having two sons;

Alfonso VIII of Castile, his successor

infante García, who died at birth in 1156, apparently also resulting in the death of Blanca.

There may also have been an older son who died in infancy.

[edit] Notes

1.^ Conant, Kenneth John, Carolingian and Romanesque architecture, 800 to 1200, (Yale University Press, 1959), 311.

2.^ Busk, M. M., The history of Spain and Portugal from B.C. 1000 to A.D. 1814, (Baldwin and Cradock, 1833), 31.

3.^ O'Callaghan, Joseph F., A History of Medieval Spain, (Cornell University Press, 1975), 235.

[edit] References

Busk, M. M., The history of Spain and Portugal from B.C. 1000 to A.D. 1814, Baldwin and Cradock, 1833.

Conant, Kenneth John, Carolingian and Romanesque Architecture, 800 to 1200, Yale University Press, 1959.

O'Callaghan, Joseph F., A History of Medieval Spain, Cornell University Press, 1975.

[edit] Further reading

Szabolcs de Vajay, "From Alfonso VIII to Alfonso X" in Studies in Genealogy and Family History in Tribute to Charles Evans on the Occasion of his Eightieth Birthday, 1989, pp. 366–417.

Preceded by

Alfonso VII King of Castile

1157–1158 Succeeded by

Alfonso VIII

Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sancho_III_of_Castile"

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Sancho III of Castile

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sancho III of Castile (1134 – August 31, 1158), called el Deseado (the Desired) due to his birth, as first child of his parents, not until eight years after their marriage, was King of Castile and Toledo for one year, from 1157 to 1158.

He was the eldest son of King Alfonso VII of Castile and Berenguela of Barcelona. During his father's reign, he appears as "king of Najera", as early as 1149. His father's will partitioned the kingdom between his two sons: Sancho inherited the kingdoms of Castile and Toledo, and Fernando inherited Leon. The two brothers had just signed a treaty when Sancho suddenly died in the summer of 1158, being buried at Toledo. He had married in 1151 to Blanca of Navarre, daughter of García Ramírez of Navarre, having two sons, his successor Alfonso VIII of Castile, and infante García, who died at birth in 1156, apparently also resulting in the death of Blanca. There may also have been an older son who died in infancy.

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Sancho III of Castile (1134 – August 31, 1158), called el Deseado (the Desired) due to his birth, as first child of his parents, not until eight years after their marriage, was King of Castile and Toledo for one year, from 1157 to 1158.

He was the eldest son of King Alfonso VII of Castile and Berenguela of Barcelona. During his father's reign, he appears as "king of Najera", as early as 1149. His father's will partitioned the kingdom between his two sons: Sancho inherited the kingdoms of Castile and Toledo, and Fernando inherited Leon. The two brothers had just signed a treaty when Sancho suddenly died in the summer of 1158, being buried at Toledo. He had married in 1151 to Blanca of Navarre, daughter of García Ramírez of Navarre, having two sons, his successor Alfonso VIII of Castile, and infante García, who died at birth in 1156, apparently also resulting in the death of Blanca. There may also have been an older son who died in infancy.

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Sancho and Ferdinand II of León, from a Privilegium Imperatoris of Alfonso VII of León and Castile.

Sancho III of Castile (1134 – 31 August 1158) was King of Castile and Toledo for one year, from 1157 to 1158. During the Reconquista, in which he took an active part, he founded the Order of Calatrava.[1] He was called el Deseado (the Desired) due to his position as the first child of his parents, born after eight years of childless marriage.

He was the eldest son of King Alfonso VII of León and Castile and Berenguela of Barcelona.[2] During his father's reign, he appears as "king of Nájera" as early as 1149. His father's will partitioned the kingdom between his two sons: Sancho inherited the kingdoms of Castile and Toledo, and Fernando inherited Leon. The two brothers had just signed a treaty when Sancho suddenly died in the summer of 1158, being buried at Toledo.[3]

He had married in 1151 to Blanca of Navarre, daughter of García Ramírez of Navarre, having two sons;

   * Alfonso VIII of Castile, his successor
   * infante García, who died at birth in 1156, apparently also resulting in the death of Blanca.

There may also have been an older son who died in infancy.

[edit] Notes

  1. ^ Conant, Kenneth John, Carolingian and Romanesque architecture, 800 to 1200, (Yale University Press, 1959), 311.
  2. ^ Busk, M. M., The history of Spain and Portugal from B.C. 1000 to A.D. 1814, (Baldwin and Cradock, 1833), 31.
  3. ^ O'Callaghan, Joseph F., A History of Medieval Spain, (Cornell University Press, 1975), 235.

[edit] References

   * Busk, M. M., The history of Spain and Portugal from B.C. 1000 to A.D. 1814, Baldwin and Cradock, 1833.
   * Conant, Kenneth John, Carolingian and Romanesque Architecture, 800 to 1200, Yale University Press, 1959.
   * O'Callaghan, Joseph F., A History of Medieval Spain, Cornell University Press, 1975.

[edit] Further reading

   * Szabolcs de Vajay, "From Alfonso VIII to Alfonso X" in Studies in Genealogy and Family History in Tribute to Charles Evans on the Occasion of his Eightieth Birthday, 1989, pp. 366–417.

Preceded by

Alfonso VII King of Castile

1157–1158 Succeeded by

Alfonso VIII

This page was last modified on 26 March 2010 at 03:18

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Nació el año de 1134, en Toledo. Fue rey de Castilla de 1157 a 1158. Casó — el 30-I-1150/51, en Calahorra, Logroño— con Blanca de Navarra (hija de García VI Ramírez de Navarra, "el Restaurador" y Margarita de L'Aigle Rotrou —descendiente de los Reyes Capetos de Francia y los Carolingios—; García Ramírez era hijo de Ramiro Sánchez de Navarra —ver Reyes de Navarra— y Cristina Rodríguez de Vivar, hija del Cid Campeador). Murió el 31-VIII-1158, en Toledo.

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Sancho III of Castile (1134 – August 31, 1158), called el Deseado (the Desired) due to his birth, as first child of his parents, not until eight years after their marriage, was King of Castile and Toledo for one year, from 1157 to 1158.

He was the eldest son of King Alfonso VII of Castile and Berenguela of Barcelona. During his father's reign, he appears as "king of Najera", as early as 1149. His father's will partitioned the kingdom between his two sons: Sancho inherited the kingdoms of Castile and Toledo, and Fernando inherited Leon. The two brothers had just signed a treaty when Sancho suddenly died in the summer of 1158, being buried at Toledo. He had married in 1151 to Blanca of Navarre, daughter of García Ramírez of Navarre, having two sons, his successor Alfonso VIII of Castile, and infante García, who died at birth in 1156, apparently also resulting in the death of Blanca. There may also have been an older son who died in infancy.

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Sancho III of Castile, called "el Deseado" ("the Desired") due to his birth, as first child of his parents, not until 8 years after their marriage, was King of Castile and Toledo for 1 year, from 1157 to 1158. During his father's reign, he appears as "King of Najera," as early as 1149. His father's will partitioned the kingdom between his two sons: Sancho inherited the kingdoms of Castile and Toledo, and Fernando inherited Leon. The two brothers had just signed a treaty when Sancho suddenly died in the summer of 1158, being buried at Toledo. (How convenient his death must have been for his brother?) -------------------- Sancho III of Castile (1134 – 31 August 1158) was King of Castile and Toledo for one year, from 1157 to 1158. During the Reconquista, in which he took an active part, he founded the Order of Calatrava.[1] He was called el Deseado (the Desired) due to his position as the first child of his parents, born after eight years of childless marriage.

He was the eldest son of King Alfonso VII of León and Castile and Berenguela of Barcelona.[2] During his father's reign, he appears as "king of Nájera" as early as 1149. His father's will partitioned the kingdom between his two sons: Sancho inherited the kingdoms of Castile and Toledo, and Fernando inherited Leon. The two brothers had just signed a treaty when Sancho suddenly died in the summer of 1158, being buried at Toledo.[3]

He had married in 1151 to Blanca of Navarre, daughter of García Ramírez of Navarre, having two sons;

   * Alfonso VIII of Castile, his successor
   * infante García, who died at birth in 1156, apparently also resulting in the death of Blanca.

There may also have been an older son who died in infancy. -------------------- Sancho III (1134 – 31 August 1158) was King of Castile and Toledo for one year, from 1157 to 1158. During the Reconquista, in which he took an active part, he founded the Order of Calatrava.[1] He was called el Deseado (the Desired) due to his position as the first child of his parents, born after eight years of childless marriage.

He was the eldest son of King Alfonso VII of León and Castile and Berengaria of Barcelona.[2] During his father's reign, he appears as "king of Nájera" as early as 1149. His father's will partitioned the kingdom between his two sons: Sancho inherited the kingdoms of Castile and Toledo, and Ferdinand inherited León. The two brothers had just signed a treaty when Sancho suddenly died in the summer of 1158, being buried at Toledo.[3]

He had married in 1151 to Blanche of Navarre, daughter of García Ramírez of Navarre, having two sons;

Alfonso VIII of Castile, his successor infante García, who died at birth in 1156, apparently also resulting in the death of Queen Blanche. There may also have been an older son who died in infancy. Wikipedia -------------------------------------------

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Sancho III el Deseado, rey de Castilla's Timeline

1134
1134
1150
February 4, 1150
Age 16
1151
February 4, 1151
Age 17
Catahorra, Logrono, Spain
1155
November 11, 1155
Age 21
Soria, Soria, Castille and Leon, Spain
1157
1157
Age 23
King of Castile
1157
Age 23
King of Castile
1157
Age 23
King of Castile
1158
August 31, 1158
Age 24
Toledo, Toledo, Castille La Mancha, Spain
1158
Age 24
Toledo, Castille La Mancha, Spain
1934
March 24, 1934
Age 24