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Fortún 'el Monje' Garcés, rey de Pamplona

Also Known As: "o Monge", "King Fortun of /Pamplona/", "Fortoûn ibn Garsiya", "called the One-Eyed or the Monk", ""One-Eyed""
Birthdate: (75)
Death: Died
Immediate Family:

Son of García I Íñiguez, rey de Pamplona and Urraca Fortúnez Sanchez de Gascogne
Husband of Oria Lopo Musa
Father of Onneca Fortúnez; Íñigo Fortúnez; Aznar Fortúnez; Velasco Fortúnez and Lope Fortúnez
Brother of Oneca García de Pamplona; Jimena Garcés de Pamplona, reina consorte de Asturias and Sancho Garcés, Infante de Pamplona
Half brother of Sancho Garcés, Infante de Pamplona; <private> Garces and N.N.

Occupation: Rei de Pamplona, "Foi rei de Pamplona (882 a 905), último soberano da Dinastia Iñiga. Filho do rei Garcia Iñiguez e da rainha consorte Urraca de Aragão, [1] ficou conhecido como “o Monge”." (Wikipedia), Roi, de Pampelune, 880/905, KING
Managed by: Francisco Saavedra Basigaluz
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About Fortún Garcés el Monje, rey de Pamplona

Alt Birth Date: 840, 830, 825, 844, c. 830, 880, 882, Alt Death Date: 905, 925, c. 925, 926

Fortún Garcés (Arabic: فرتون بن قرسية‎, Fortoûn ibn Garsiya, d. after 925), called the One-Eyed or the Monk, was the king of Pamplona from 882 to 905.

He was the eldest son of King García Íñiguez, himself the son of king Íñigo Íñiguez Arista, the founder of the kingdom, and Fortún was to be the last king of the Arista dynasty.

Prince Fortún was taken prisoner by the Moors in 860 during the invasion of Emir Mohammed I of Córdoba and kept for the next 20 years. While a prisoner in Córdoba, his daughter Oneca Fortúnez married Abdallah ibn Mohammed, who would later succeed his father as Emir. He was released from captivity in 880 and returned to Pamplona, apparently accompanied by his daughter. He succeeded upon the death of his father at Ayhar in 882 in a battle against Emir Mohammed I.

[source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fortún_Garcés_of_Pamplona]


Fortún Garcés of Pamplona From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Fortún Garcés (Arabic: فرتون بن قرسية‎, Fortoûn ibn Garsiya, d. after 925), called the One-Eyed or the Monk, was the king of Pamplona from 882 to 905. He was the eldest son of King García Íñiguez, himself the son of king Íñigo Íñiguez Arista, the founder of the kingdom, and Fortún was to be the last king of the Arista dynasty. Prince Fortún was taken prisoner by the Moors in 860 during the invasion of Emir Mohammed I of Córdoba and kept for the next 20 years. While a prisoner in Córdoba, his daughter Oneca Fortúnez married Abdallah ibn Mohammed, who would later succeed his father as Emir. He was released from captivity in 880 and returned to Pamplona, apparently accompanied by his daughter. He succeeded upon the death of his father at Ayhar in 882 in a battle against Emir Mohammed I. Little is known of the remainder of his reign except the manner of its ending. In 905, an alliance of the Banu Qasi under Lubb ibn Mohammed, King Alfonso III of Asturias, and count Raymond I of Pallars brought about a successful coup in favor of the latter's nephew, Sancho Garcés, son of García Jiménez, a "king in another part of the kingdom", forcing Fortún to retire as a monk to Leyra. Fortún had several surviving children by his wife Oria, whose parentage has been subject to much speculation: Íñigo Fortúnez Aznar Fortúnez Blasco (Velasco) Fortúnez Lope Fortúnez Oneca Fortúnez, who married firstly Abdallah ibn Mohammed, Emir of Córdoba, and secondly her cousin Aznar Sánchez of Larraun, grandson of king García Íñiguez, becoming the mother of the future queens Toda Aznárez, wife of Sancho Garcés, and Sancha Aznárez, wife of king Jimena Garcés.
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Fortún Garcés of Pamplona

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Fortún Garcés (Arabic: فرتون بن قرسية‎, Fortoûn ibn Garsiya, d. after 925), called the One-Eyed or the Monk, was the king of Pamplona from 882 to 905.

He was the eldest son of King García Íñiguez, himself the son of king Íñigo Íñiguez Arista, the founder of the kingdom, and Fortún was to be the last king of the Arista dynasty.

Prince Fortún was taken prisoner by the Moors in 860 during the invasion of Emir Mohammed I of Córdoba and kept for the next 20 years. While a prisoner in Córdoba, his daughter Oneca Fortúnez married Abdallah ibn Mohammed, who would later succeed his father as Emir. He was released from captivity in 880 and returned to Pamplona, apparently accompanied by his daughter. He succeeded upon the death of his father at Ayhar in 882 in a battle against Emir Mohammed I.

Little is known of the remainder of his reign except the manner of its ending. In 905, an alliance of the Banu Qasi under Lubb ibn Mohammed, King Alfonso III of Asturias, and count Raymond I of Pallars brought about a successful coup in favor of the latter's nephew, Sancho Garcés, son of García Jiménez of "another part of the kingdom", forcing Fortún to retire as a monk to Leyra.

Fortún had several surviving children by his wife Oria, whose parentage has been subject to much speculation:

   * Íñigo Fortúnez
   * Aznar Fortúnez
   * Blasco (Velasco) Fortúnez
   * Lope Fortúnez
   * Oneca Fortúnez, who married firstly Abdallah ibn Mohammed, Emir of Córdoba, and secondly her cousin Aznar Sánchez of Larraun, grandson of king García Íñiguez, becoming the mother of the future queens Toda Aznárez, wife of Sancho Garcés, and Sancha Aznárez, wife of king Jimeno Garcés, as well as grandmother of caliph Abd-ar-Rahman III.

Preceded by

García Íñiguez King of Pamplona

882–905 Succeeded by

Sancho Garcés I

This page was last modified on 3 March 2010 at 18:29.


Fortún Garcés

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Fortún Garcés, rey de Pamplona (870-905). Último rey de la dinastía Iñiga.

Hijo del rey García Iñiguez y de la reina consorte Urraca, posiblemente hija de Fortún Ibn Musa. Fue conocido como «el Monje» o «el Tuerto».

Estuvo preso en Córdoba desde que fue capturado en el 860, tras la invasión de Pamplona por parte de Mohamed I, hasta poco antes de la muerte de su padre, en calidad de rehén, al no estar capacitado para las artes marciales.

Durante su reinado sufrió varias expediciones de castigo por parte de los ejércitos de Córdoba y de sus aliados del Ebro, los Banu Qasi, que ya habían superado las controversias anteriores con la capital cordobesa y actuaban nuevamente como verdaderos conversos del Islam.

Pero posteriormente entabló buena relación con el Banu Qasi Lope ibn Muhammad, por lo que el rey Alfonso III de Asturias y el conde de Pallars, enemigos de los Banú Qasi, organizaron un "golpe de estado" por el que ocupó el trono Sancho Garcés I, hijo de García Jiménez, quien había sido regente durante el cautiverio.

Se cree que Fortún Garcés acabó sus días en el Monasterio de Leyre en 906.

Casado posiblemente en 845 con Oria (Aurea), de filiación desconocida.

Hijos 

Iñigo Fortúnez.

Aznar Fortúñez de Pamplona.

Blasco Fortúñez de Pamplona.

Lope Fortúñez de Pamplona.

Oneca Fortúñez, n. posiblemente en 847, casada con el emir de Córdoba Abd Allah, tuvieron a Muhammad ibn Abdallah y a Zayd Ibn Abdallah. Oneca estuvo también casada con su primo-hermano Aznar Sánchez de Larraún y, de ese matrimonio, nació Toda Aznárez, que luego fue la esposa de Sancho Garcés I.


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Fortún Garcés of Pamplona

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Fortún Garcés (Arabic: فرتون بن قرسية‎, Fortoûn ibn Garsiya, d. after 925), called the One-Eyed or the Monk, was the king of Pamplona from 882 to 905.

He was the eldest son of King García Íñiguez, himself the son of king Íñigo Íñiguez Arista, the founder of the kingdom, and Fortún was to be the last king of the Arista dynasty.

Prince Fortún was taken prisoner by the Moors in 860 during the invasion of Emir Mohammed I of Córdoba and kept for the next 20 years. While a prisoner in Córdoba, his daughter Oneca Fortúnez married Abdallah ibn Mohammed, who would later succeed his father as Emir. He was released from captivity in 880 and returned to Pamplona, apparently accompanied by his daughter. He succeeded upon the death of his father at Ayhar in 882 in a battle against Emir Mohammed I.

Little is known of the remainder of his reign except the manner of its ending. In 905, an alliance of the Banu Qasi under Lubb ibn Mohammed, King Alfonso III of Asturias, and count Raymond I of Pallars brought about a successful coup in favor of the latter's nephew, Sancho Garcés, son of García Jiménez of "another part of the kingdom", forcing Fortún to retire as a monk to Leyra.

Fortún had several surviving children by his wife Oria, whose parentage has been subject to much speculation:

   * Íñigo Fortúnez
   * Aznar Fortúnez
   * Blasco (Velasco) Fortúnez
   * Lope Fortúnez
   * Oneca Fortúnez, who married firstly Abdallah ibn Mohammed, Emir of Córdoba, and secondly her cousin Aznar Sánchez of Larraun, grandson of king García Íñiguez, becoming the mother of the future queens Toda Aznárez, wife of Sancho Garcés, and Sancha Aznárez, wife of king Jimeno Garcés, as well as grandmother of caliph Abd-ar-Rahman III.

Preceded by

García Íñiguez King of Pamplona

882–905 Succeeded by

Sancho Garcés I

This page was last modified on 3 March 2010 at 18:29.


  • Rey de Pamplona

Leo: Europäische Stammtafeln, J.A. Stargardt Verlag, Marburg, Schwennicke, Detlev (Ed.), Reference: II 53.


•Note:

Don Fortun Lopez, Duque and Second

Señor (Sovereign) of Vizcaya, was also known as "Zuria". 1

•Note: Took part in the battle of Acinas. 1


Fortunus Garcés (d. 922) known as the One-Eyed and years later as the Monk, was the son of King Garcia Iniguez of Pamplona and Queen Urraca. 1] He was king of Pamplona and Sobrarbe. [1]

His father, King Garcia Iniguez, had tightened ties with the kingdom of Asturias and loosened those who had maintained their predecessors with the Banu Qasi and for this reason had to suffer the constant attacks of the Muslims. The emir Muhammed I ibn Abdurrahman, governor of Cordoba from 852 to 886, invaded the kingdom of Pamplona in 860 and captured in Milagro, one of the three squares occupied by the Saracens, the son of King García Iñiguez, Fortún Garcés el Tuerto And to his daughter Onneca Fortúnez, taking them like hostages by the payment of the tributary debt and taking them captive to Cordova. The valy of Zaragoza Muhammad ibn Lop, third grandson of Count Casio, destroyed in 882 the castle of Aibar.

After almost twenty years of captivity in Cordova, Fortun Garc s returned to the kingdom of Pamplona to occupy the throne to the death of its father. King Fortun exerted a policy of coexistence with the Banu Qasi, more given to pious practices than to the military companies, reason why it produced the displeasure of its vassals. He retired frequently to the monastery of San Salvador de Leyre to which he made great donations and during his absence Iñigo Garcés governed.

There was a dynastic change in the kingdom of Pamplona in 905 when the old king Fortun left the government that was occupied by Sancho Garces, the first king of the new dynasty Jimena, son of the count Garci'a Jiménez. This Sancho Garcés, was chosen in 905 by several causes king of Pamplona. Some of the reasons for his election were undoubtedly that he was related to the reigning dynasty, enjoyed great military prestige gained in the defense of the fortress of Aibar and had the backing of influential figures such as that of his uncle Count Ramon I Of Ribagorza and Pallars, of the count of Aragon Galindo II Aznárez, husband of Onneca Garcés, sister of the king Fortun, and of the king Alfonso III, married with Jimena Garces, also sister of the king Fortún Garces, and possibly its relative.

King Fortun I Garces retired in 905 to the monastery of San Salvador de Leyre, where he died in the year 922. [8]

Marriage and descent

He married Oria ibn Lopo ibn Musa, who was the daughter of Lop ibn Musa ibn Musa, son of Musa ibn Musa ibn Fortun, and Ayab Al Bulatya. The children were: [n. 2]

Íñigo Fortúnez married Sancha Garcés de Pamplona, ​​daughter of Count Garcia Jiménez and his wife Onecca Rebelle de Sangüesa. According to the Codex de Roda, the children of this marriage were Fortún, Áurea, and Lopa Íñiguez. Fortun Íñiguez was the father of García, Íñigo and Sancha Fortunez. Aznar Fortúnez. It is not known whether he married or had succession. Velasco Fortúnez, who according to the Codex de Roda had three children: Jimena wife of Inigo Garcés, who ruled Pamplona in 900, son of Count Garcia Jiménez and his wife of Onecca Rebelle de Sang esa [9] All Velázquez, Woman of Íñigo Manzones; And Sáncha Velázquez, married to Galindo Jiménez. Lope Fortúnez. 3] [10] Onneca Fortúnez (nc 847),