Jimeno de Pamplona
(Cir 0730-)
García Jiménez Regente de Pamplona
(Abt 0830-Abt 0885)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Oneca Rebelle señora de Sanguesa

2. Dadailidis de Bigorre

García Jiménez Regente de Pamplona

  • Born: Abt 830
  • Marriage (1): Oneca Rebelle señora de Sanguesa
  • Marriage (2): Dadailidis de Bigorre
  • Died: Abt 885 about age 55

bullet  Information about this person:

• Background Information, 890. 488
The existence of this García Jiménez is based on a 17th century reinterpretation of a text in the Codex de Roda. There is no factual historical information about his existence.

~D'Oïhenart, A. (1656) Notitia utriusque Vasconiæ 2nd Ed. (Paris), cited in Settipani (2004), p. 92
~Codex de Roda, c. 1-2, and c. 10, quoted in Settipani (2004), p. 92 footnote 5

He succeeded, in 858, as García II Jiménez King of Pamplona. Settipani speculates that King García either took power following the defeat of King Íñigo García by the Muslims or he adopted the royal title in a separate part of the country at the same time as Íñigo García continued as king in his own part. ~Settipani (2004), p. 100

The Codex de Roda names his first wife and their children Íñigo and Sancha, and his second wife and their children Sancho and Jimeno.
~Codex de Roda, c. 10, quoted in Settipani (2004), p. 99

García's first wife was Oneca Rebelle de Sangüesa [Sancossa] . She is named as the first wife of King García in the Codex de Roda.
~Codex de Roda, c. 10, quoted in Settipani (2004), p. 99

García's second wife was Dadildis de Pallars, sister of Raimundo I Conde de Pallars. She is named as the second wife of King García in the Codex de Roda, which also names her brother.
~Codex de Roda, c. 10, quoted in Settipani (2004), p. 99

• Web Reference: García Jiménez.
The Roda Codex shows García Jiménez to have married twice, firstly to Oneca, "Rebel of Sangüesa" with whom he had two children:

Íñigo, called 'king' in the Roda Codex when reporting his marriage to a granddaughter of Fortún Garcés of Pamplona, but not in his own entry as son of García Jiménez. He perhaps succeeded to his father's sub-kingdom (else the term is being used as an honorific rather than a title).

Sancha, married as her first husband Íñigo Fortúnez, son of Fortún Garcés of Pamplona, and subsequently remarried to Galindo Aznárez II, Count of Aragon.

García Jiménez married secondly Dadildis de Pallars, sister of count Raymond I of Pallars and Ribagorza, having by her two sons:

Sancho, later sole king of Pamplona.
Jimeno, king in succession to Sancho.


García married Dadailidis de Bigorre, daughter of Lope I Comte de Bigorre and Mademoiselle de Toulouse. (Dadailidis de Bigorre was born about 860.)


García next married Oneca Rebelle señora de Sanguesa. (Oneca Rebelle señora de Sanguesa was born circa 835.)


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