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Lords of Biscay (Bizkaiko Jauna)

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  • Lope Díaz Íñiguez, II señor de Vizcaya, IV Conde de Viscaya (1050 - 1093)
    Lope Íñiguez (c. 1050-1093), fue el segundo señor de Vizcaya después de la muerte de su padre Íñigo López en 1076. Como hijo primogénito de Íñigo López, sucedió a su padre como tenente y señor de Viz...
  • Juan Zuria, Mythical first Lord of Biscay (deceased)
    Jaun Zuria known as The White Lord The mythical first Lord of Biscay, in the Basque Country. According to the legend, he was born from a Scottish princess that had been visited by god Sugaar in the...
  • Íñigo Lopez Ezquerra, Conde y 1er. señor de Vizcaya (b. - 1076)
    Note: Íñigo López was not the son of a Lope Muñoz, as has been suggested, known dates do not coincide. Íñigo López aka Eneko López died c. 1076 at Bizkaia, Basque Country Conde de Vizcaya, first do...
  • Diego I el Blanco López, III señor de Vizcaya (b. - c.1124)
    Diego López I de Haro died 1124-1126 Third Lord of Biscay, and also ruler of Álava, Buradón, Grañón, Nájera, Haro, and perhaps Guipúzcoa. The most powerful Castilian magnate in the Basque Country a...
  • D. Lope Díaz, IV señor de Vizcaya (b. - 1170)
    Lope I Díaz de Haro , IV Señor de Vizcaya born c. 1105 died May 6, 1170 The fourth Lord of Biscay (from at least 1162). He was an important magnate in Castile during the reign of the Emperor Alfons...

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This project identifies the Lords of Biscay (Basque: Bizkaiko Jauna, Spanish: Señor de Vizcaya). A historical title of the head of state of the autonomous territory of Biscay, Basque Country.


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