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Galindo I Aznárez, conde de Aragón

Also Known As: "Galindo Aznar"
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Death: after 867
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Son of Aznar I Galíndez, Count of Aragon and N.N.
Husband of N.N.
Father of Aznar II Galíndez, conde de Aragón and Teresa Galíndez Aznarez de Aragón
Brother of Centulio Aznar; Eilona (Aylo) Aznar and Matrona Aznárez

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Galindo Aznárez I (died 867) was Count of Aragón from 844 to 867, succeeding Galindo Garcés. He was the son of Aznar Galíndez I, who had been Count of Aragón from 809 to 820 and Count of Urgell, Cerdanya, and Conflent (820-??). Galindo Aznárez received these last three counties from his father sometime before 833, in 833 was designated count of Pallars and Ribagorza, but only governed them for a year. After a period of rule in Pamplona, he came back to Aragón in 844 to assume the Countship upon the heirless death of Galindo Garcés.


Galindo Aznárez had one son, Aznar Galíndez II, his successor.


Preceded by

Aznar Galíndez I

Count of Urgell

824–834

Succeeded by

Sunifred I

Count of Cerdanya

824–834

Preceded by

Galindo Garcés

Count of Aragon

844–867

Succeeded by

Aznar Galíndez II

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Galindo I Aznárez (fallecido en 867) fue conde de Aragón del 844 al 867, sucediendo a Galindo Garcés. Aznárez era hijo de Aznar I Galíndez, que había sido conde de Aragón desde el 809 al 820 y conde de Urgel y de Cerdaña partir del 820.

Galindo I Aznárez recibió los dos condados de su padre (Urgel y Cerdaña) en algún momento anterior al 833 fue designado conde de Pallars y Ribagorza, hasta que fue expulsado en el 844. Tras un período de gobierno en Pamplona, volvió a Aragón en el 844 para asumir la herencia de Galindo Garcés que había muerto sin descendencia.

Galindo I estuvo casado con Guldreguda y tuvo un hijo, Aznar II Galíndez, su sucesor.


Galindo Aznárez I

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Galindo Aznárez I (??? - 867) was Count of Aragón from 844 to 867, succeeding Galindo Garcés. He was the son of Aznar Galíndez I, who had been Count of Aragón from 809 to 820 and Count of Urgell, Cerdanya, and Conflent (820-??). Galindo Aznárez received these last three counties from his father sometime before 833, in 833 was designated count of Pallars and Ribagorza, but only governed them for a year. After a period of rule in Pamplona, he came back to Aragón in 844 to assume the Countship upon the heirless death of Galindo Garcés. Galindo Aznárez was married to Guldreguda, and had one son, Aznar Galíndez II, his successor.


  • Conde de Aragón

Sucediole fu hijo Aznar en el Señorio de Cantabria. El qual tuvo dos hijos, el mayor como el abuelo fe llamô Hedon, que fucedio en el Señorio de Vizcaya en tiempo del Rey don Garcia Iñiguez fegundo Rey de Navarra. Cuyo principio de Reyno fue en el aõ de 758. Y el fegundo don Aznar, que fue el primer Conde de Aragon en el aõ de fetecientos y cohenta. NOBLEZA DEL ANDALVZIA Por Gonçalo Argote de Molina, Sevilla 1588. De Don Lope Chico Primer Caudillo del Reyno de Ian, y de las Armas y fucefsion del apellido de Haro y de Baeça. Cap. LXXXIII. Pág. 84

http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/ARAGON%20&%20CATALONIA.htm#_Toc203441649

AZNAR Galíndez (-after [838]). No document has been found which indicates his parentage. It is possible that he was the son of Galindo García, shown above, on the basis of his patronymic. However, the name García is not common among the known descendants of Aznar Galíndez which suggests that his father may have been another Galindo. The name of his son “Centulio” suggests a connection with the family of the vicomtes de Béarn (see the document GASCONY). [The Royal Frankish Annals record that “counts Aeblus and Asinarius had been sent to Pamplona with Basque forces” in 824 (presumably in an attempt to reassert Carolingian authority over the fledging Navarrese state - see the Introduction to the document NAVARRE KINGS)[12]. The same source continues by stating that “when they had completed their assignment and were on their march back, they were lured into an ambush by the treachery of the mountain people, surrounded and taken prisoner”, that “Aeblus was sent to Cordova, but Asinarius, being a relative of his captors, was mercifully permitted to return home”. The name “Asinarius” suggests that the Carolingian envoy may have been the same person as Aznar Galíndez, who, if this suggestion is correct, had settled at the Carolingian imperial court and could later have been installed as ruler in the county of Aragon under Carolingian Frankish sponsorship. This suggestion is consistent with Aznar Gálindez´s choosing France as his place of refuge (returning to his Carolingian sponsors) after he was expelled from Aragon by his son-in-law (see below).] Conde [de Aragón]. The Codex de Roda records that "Asnari Galindones" was expelled from his county by his son-in-law García "el Malo" and went to France, stating that "Carli Magni" (presumably a mistake for Emperor Louis I) granted him "Cerretania et Oriello", where he was buried[13]. His expulsion is confirmed by the charter dated 26 Aug 863, which is a judgment given by “Salomon comis in vico Alle”, and records that “Witisclus” was given “villa...Settereto” by “amita mea...Aylone” and that she inherited the property “de patre suo Asenari Galindonis comite per sua ruptura et aprisione per preceptum domni imperatoris”[14]. However, it is unlikely that Aznar was count of Cerdanya and Urgell, which were conquered in the 830s by Seniofredo, later Marquis [of Septimania], who was the father of Guifré [I] Comte de Barcelona (see the document CATALONIA). m ---. The name of Aznar Galindez's wife is not known. The early 12th century manuscript of the Codex de Roda states that "Aznarius Galindi" married “domnam Onnecam filiam Garsiez Enneconis filii Enneconis Ariste” and names their three oldest children as shown below[15], but the document evidently confuses this Aznar Galíndez with Conde Aznar Galíndez who died in 893 (see below). Conde Aznar Galindez & his wife had [five] children.

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