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Sancho García de Navarra
(Abt 830-)
Fortún García "el Monje", rey de Navarra
(830-After 905)
Aria López ibn Musa Banu Qasi
(Abt 825-)
Azanar Sánchez de Larraún
(Abt 860-)
Oneca Fortunez de Navarra
(850-)
Toda Aznárez de Larron
(885-After 970)

 

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Sancho I García Rey de Pamplona

Toda Aznárez de Larron

  • Born: 885, Iberian Peninsula 488
  • Marriage: Sancho I García Rey de Pamplona
  • Died: After 970, Iberian Peninsula 488

bullet  Noted events in her life were:

• Background Information. 488
Toda Aznárez, as "domna Tota regina", she is named as the daughter of Aznar Sánchez in the Codex de Roda.
~ Codex de Roda, c. 6, quoted in Settipani (2004), p. 99

Toda married, as his second wife, Sancho I García King of Navarre, son of García II Jiménez King of Pamplona & his first wife Oneca.

"Sancio Garsianis rex…cum coniuge mea Tota Isinari" donated the monastery of San Pedro to the bishop of Oya by charter dated 28 Oct 924.
~Pamplona 2, p. 21

She was regent for her son King García III Sánchez from 933. ~Del Pino, p. 158

Queen Toda became a powerful figure, the principal organiser of the coalition of Christian princes which defeated Abd al-Rahman III at Simancas in 939. ~Payne Chapter 3, p. 49

She developed particular through the marriages of her daughters, not only with three successive Kings of León but also the powerful Condes de Álava and Castilla.


Toda married Sancho I García Rey de Pamplona, son of García II Jiménez Regente de Pamplona and Dadailidis de Bigorre. (Sancho I García Rey de Pamplona was born about 865 in Pampelona, Navarre, Iberia 488 and died in Dec 925 488.)


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