Person:Sancho III of Navarre (1)

Sancho III "The Great" of Navarre
m. 981
  1. Garcia de Navarre
  2. Elvira de Navarre
  3. Sancho III "The Great" of NavarreAbt 992 - 1035
  4. Urraca Garcez-de-PamplonaAbt 1000 - 1041
  • HSancho III "The Great" of NavarreAbt 992 - 1035
  • WMayor of CastileBet 990 & 995 - 1032
m. bet abt 1000 and 1010
  1. García Sánchez III of Navarre1016 - 1054
  2. Ferdinand I of León and CastileAbt 1017 - 1065
  3. Gonzalo of Sobrarbe and RibagorzaAbt 1020 - 1043
  4. Jimena of Navarre
  • HSancho III "The Great" of NavarreAbt 992 - 1035
  • WSancha de AybarAbt 995 - Bet 1070 & 1076
  1. Ramiro I of AragonAbt 1015 - 1063
Facts and Events
Name Sancho III "The Great" of Navarre
Gender Male
Birth[1] Abt 992 Navarra, Navarra, Spain
Alt Birth[2] 1000 Navarra, Navarra, Spain
Marriage bet abt 1000 and 1010 to Mayor of Castile
Marriage to Sancha de Aybar
Death[1] 18 Oct 1035 Navarra, Navarra, SpainMurdered
Reference Number? Q296652?

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Sancho Garcés III ( 994 – 18 October 1035), also known as Sancho the Great, was the King of Pamplona from 1004 until his death in 1035. He also ruled the County of Aragon and by marriage the counties of Castile, Álava and Monzón. He later added the counties of Sobrarbe (1015), Ribagoza (1018) and Cea (1030), and would intervene in the Kingdom of León, taking its eponymous capital city in 1034.

He was the eldest son of García Sánchez II and his wife Jimena Fernández.

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