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Tuesday, July 10, 2012
G27: 94555186 King Sancho VI of Navarre
94555186. King Sancho VI of Navarre &
94555187. Sancha of Castile
~1130, Sancho born in Navarre, s/o §Garcia Ramirez of Navarre.
[Sancho brother of 94555157. Blanca of Navarre.]
~1136, Sancha born in Castile, d/o 189110312. Emperor Alfonso
VII of Spain & 189110313. Berenguela of Barcelona.
9/15/1149 at Compostela, Charter to the Cathedral of Santiago naming
Infanta Sancha. (S) The Kingdom of Leon-Castilla Under King Alfonso VII,
Reilly, 1998, P370.
Aft. 1149, Sancha’s mother died.
11/21/1150, Sancho’s father died; buried in Pamplona.
1/1151, Alfonso VII of Spain, and Ramon Berenguer IV, by the
Treaty of Tudejen partioned the conquering of the kingdom of Navarre. (S)
Spain, 1157-1300, Linehan, 2011.
1/7/1154 at Salamanca, Alfonso VII, Rica [stepmother], Sancho
and Fernando, kings, and Regina Sancha, issued a charter to the monasterio of
Ayo de Nogales.
8/21/1157, Sancha’s father died.
1157, Sancho married Sancha.
1159, Sancho VI of Navarre and Fernando II of León seized
a number of Castilian frontier towns. (S) Under the Influence, Robinson, 2005,
1161, Sancho attacked by Aragon and Castile.
1164, Sancho VI of Navarre invaded the Rioja of Castile and
issued “fueros” there.
1165, Sancho VI of Navarre made a treaty of common cause with
Fernando II of Leon. (S) Spain, Lineham, 2011.
1166, Sancho wrote to Genoa after sending representatives to William
II of Sicily, stating that Sicily should make peace with Genoa. (S) The Two
Italies, Abulafia, 2005, P136.
1168, Sancho VI of Navarre and Alfons I of Leon signed a
20-year truce to respect the previous arrangements concerning Muslim
territories. (S) The Victors and the Vanquished, Catlos, 2004, P89.
1170, “I Sancho, by the grace of God king of Navarre, make this
charter of donation and confirmation ot the community of Jews of Tudela …” (S)
Church, State, and the Jew in the Middle Ages, Chazan, 1980, P72.
1171, Sancho el Sabio of Navarre capped the Arangoiz hill just
on the west side of the bridge near Sanguesa with a castle, and surrounded it
with a new town called El Castellon. (S) The Pilgrimage Road, Gititiz, 2000, P40.
6/1172, Queen Eleanor of England, in Aquitaine, received
diplomatic visits from King Alfonso of Aragon, and King Sancho of Navarre.
[King Alfonso and King Sancho were married to half-sisters.]
2/21/1173, King Henry of England, and Duke of Aquitaine, held
court at Montferrand in Auvergne which was attended by Sancho, King of Navarre.
1173, King Alfonso of Castile began a war with Sanch of Navarre
to recover lands lost in 1164.
1175, Sancho el Sabio authorized a weekly market, and equalized
the rights of locals and Francos, at Los Arcos on the pilgrimage road near the
Castilian frontier. (S) The Pilgrimage Road, Gititiz, 2000, P113.
1176, The Kings of Castile and Navarre refer their disputes to
arbitration of King Henry II of England [who was also Duke of Normandy.]
3/15/1177 in London, King Henry II of England arbitrated a
border dispute between Castile and Navarre through emissaries of each king. (S)
Court, Household and Itinerary of King Henry II, Eyton, 1878.
1178, Grant by Sancho VI of Navarre to his court
physician, Solomon, son of his alfaquim, Avenardus, for “numerous and good
services.” (S) Social and Religious Histoy of the Jews, Baron, 1957, P253.
1179, Sancha died.
1179, Alfonso VIII of Castile signed the treaty of Cazola with
King Alfonso II of Aragon, in which the zones of expansion of Navarre, Leon,
Portugal, and Aragon were defined.
1180, King Sancho VI of Navarre declared in
a code of regulations on hunting: big game and animals of the woodland could
only be hunted “by the king, grandees, nobles, and knights.” (S) The Food of
Spain, Roden, 2011, P423.
1181, Sancho VI of Navarre conquered Gasteiz. (S) Romans,
Barbarians, … Mathisen, 2011, P294.
1182, Sancho the Wise of Navarre granted the Charter
jurisdiction of Bernedo to the inhabitants of a small town that bore this name,
by which he granted them certain privileges. (S) Guia Para Visitar Los
Santuarios, Elustondo, 2000, P88.
1185, Sancho of Navarre support by the King of Leon were in conflict
with the King of Castile [Sancho’s nephew.] (S) Chronicle of the Cid, 1894, P298.
1186-88, King Richard of England was making arrangements to marry
Sancho’s daughter Berengaria.
1190, Alfonso II of Aragon joined forces with Sancho VI of
Navarre against Castile by the Treaty of Borja.
11/1190, Queen Eleanor of England arrived in Pamplona to escort
Sancho’s daughter Berengaria to her son King Richard to be married.
1192, Sancho of Navarre came to the aid of King Richard I of
England during the revolt of his Gascon barons, unsuccessfully besieging Loches.
(S) The Loss of Normandy, Powicke, 963, P148.
1192, Sancho, with the approval of knights and nobles, laid
down customary sanctions against those who assault or retaliate without
observing the rules of public notice. (S) Crisis of the 12th
Century, Bisson, 2009, P532.
6/27/1194, Sancho VI el Sabio “the Wise”, King of Navarre died
(S) Medieval Iberia, Gerli, 2003. (S) She-Wolves, Castor, 2011.
(S) The Kingdom of Leon-Castilla Under King Alfonso VII, Reilly, 1998.
Children of Sancho and Sancha:
i. Sancho VII of Navarre, born 4/17/1154 in Navarre.
8/15/1194, Sancho crowned King in Pampolona.
1195, Sancho at the battle of Alarcos.
1212, Sancho at the battle of Las Navas de Tolosa.
4/7/1234, Sancho died; his her his nephew Theobald by his
ii. Berengaria of Navarre, born ~1170 in Navarre.
5/1191, Berengaria married King Richard I of England.
7/1/1199, Queen Berengaria, widow of King Richard I of England,
witnessed the marriage between Berengaria’s sister Blanche, and Theobald, count
of Champagne. (S) King John, Church, 2003, P188.
iii. Blanche of Navarre (47277593), born by 1179 in Navarre.