Ramiro I


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Ramiro I

(rämē`rō), d. 1063, first king of AragónAragón
, autonomous community (1991 pop. 1,221,546), 18,382 sq mi (47,609 sq km), and former kingdom, NE Spain, bordered on the N by France. Land and People
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 (1035–63), illegitimate son of Sancho IIISancho III
or Sancho the Great
, c.970–1035, king of Navarre (1000–1035). Having inherited the kingdom of Navarre, which included Aragón, he launched an annexation campaign that made him the leading power in Christian Spain. After conquering (c.
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 of Navarre, from whom he inherited Aragón. After the death of his half-brother Gonzalo he annexed Sobrarbe and Ribagorza and fought unsuccessfully against the Moorish king of Zaragoza. He died while fighting the Castilians at Graus and was succeeded by his son, Sancho ISancho I
(Sancho Ramírez) , 1045?–1094, king of Aragón (1063–94) and, as Sancho V, king of Navarre (1076–94); son and successor of Ramiro I.
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As opposed to Castile and Leon, ancient kingdoms that could claim a long monarchic tradition, Aragon was founded as a kingdom only in the eleventh century by Ramiro I, who, in fact, might well be considered to have defied the legitimate authority of Garcia de Najera, the rightful heir of their father, Sancho III el Mayor, deceased in 1035.
(32)And the most likely candidate to have been patron of the church of San Salvador de Javierrelatre was the lord of the village, Count Sancho Ramirez, illegitimate son of Ramiro I and half-brother of King Sancho Ramirez.
There has been a tendency to view the preoccupations of Aragon, a kingdom without compelling historical claims to either Visigothic or Asturian precedence, as apart from those of the other frontier kingdoms of Iberia, including Castile and Leon, perhaps reflecting the fact that Aragon was founded by Ramiro I, whose legitimacy to rule was questionable.
Ubieto Arteta, "Ramiro I de Aragon y su concepto de la realeza," Cuadernos de historia de Espana, XX (1953), pp.
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