Period: 770 to 852
Íñigo Arista(770-851/852)Íñigo Arista (Íñigo Íñiguez a or Íñigo Jímenez b) c (d. 851) was the founder of the Arista-Íñiga dynasty, and count of Bigorra. Although traditionally he has been considered the first king of Pamplona as well as the fifth king of the kingdom of Sobrarbe, today many historians prefer to speak of a "latent state" for the territory and its inhabitants than Arista and his descendants García Íñiguez and Fortún Garcés they ruled between 824 and 905.
Period: 810 to 882
García Íñiguez(810-882)García Íñiguez —García Íñiguez II de Sobrarbe1 - (c. 810-8812 / 882), 3 son of Íñigo Arista, from about 842 he was regent and led the military campaigns during the last years of his life. father, who fell ill around 841-842 and became paralyzed. He succeeded his father in the leadership of Pamplona in 851-852.
Period: 825 to 922
Fortún Garcés(825-922)Fortún Garcés —Fortún Garcés II de Sobrarbe (ca. 826-ca. 922) was the last Pamplona chieftain of the Arista-Íñiga dynasty. Although he is often called King of Pamplona, current historians prefer to consider his successor Sancho Garcés I the first authentic king of Pamplona, using the expression "kingdom in a latent state" for the time of Íñigo Arista, García Íñiguez and Fortún Garcés . Known as El Tuerto and years later as El Monje, he was the son of García Íñiguez and Queen Urraca.
Period: 860 to 925
Sancho Garcés I(860/865-925)Sancho Garcés I (b. Sangüesa - Resa, December 10, 925) was king of Pamplona between the years 905 and 925. Son of García Jiménez and his second wife, Dadildis de Pallars, he was the first king of the dynasty Jimena With her arrival to the throne, the Pamplona territory was definitively articulated as a kingdom, surpassing the stage of political-military leadership of the preceding Íñiga dynasty. In this sense.
Period: 919 to 970
García Sánchez I(919-970)García Sánchez I (c. 919-22 February 970) was the first King of Nájera and by paternal inheritance King of Pamplona who ruled the kingdom from 925 until his death.He was the son of the King of Pamplona Sancho Garcés I and of Queen Toda Aznárez, granddaughter of King Fortún Garcés.
Period: 938 to 994
Sancho Garcés II(938-994)Sancho Garcés II, nicknamed Abarca (938-994) was the son of King García Sánchez I and Andregoto Galíndez, daughter of the Count of Aragón Galindo Aznárez II, and King of Pamplona from 943 to his death. Even though he was a minor, he was entrusted with the possession of the county of Aragon and when he reached the age of majority, he ruled the county as a regulus, “although always under the authority of his father, the king of Pamplona.
Period: 964 to 1000
García Sánchez II El Temblón(964-1000)García Sánchez II, nicknamed El Temblón, was the son of Sancho Garcés II Abarca and Queen Urraca Fernández and King of Nájera-Pamplona from 994 until his death. He inherited the throne when his father, King Sancho Garcés II, passed away in 994. He tried to shake off the submission that his father had offered to Córdoba, for which, shortly after ascending the throne, he faced Almanzor, but in 996 he was forced to ask for peace in Córdoba.
Period: 990 to 1035
Sancho Garcés III El Mayor o el Grande(990/992-1035)Sancho Garcés III, nicknamed the Greater or the Great, was king of Pamplona from 1004 until his death. His reign is considered the period of greatest hegemony of the kingdom of Pamplona over the Spanish-Christian sphere in all its history. He dominated by marriage in Castilla, Álava and Monzón (1028-1035), which increased with the county of Cea (1030-1035). It added to its dominions the territories of Sobrarbe and Ribagorza from 1015 and 1018, respectively.
Period: 1012 to 1054
García Sánchez III El de Nájera(1012/1016-1054)García Sánchez III (1012 Nájera-Atapuerca,September 1054) nicknamed that of Nájera, was king of Nájera-Pamplona from 1035, Álava and a large part of the County of Castilla (La Bureba, Trasmiera, Montes de Oca, Las Encartaciones and Las Merindades). Son of Sancho III the Elder and Muniadona Sánchez de Castilla. He was born in Nájera around 1012. Heir to the throne according to custom, on the death of his father Sancho Garcés III of Pamplona, since the first-born Ramiro, who inherited Aragon.
Period: 1039 to 1076
Sancho Garcés IV El de Peñalén(1039- 1076)Son and successor of García Sánchez III of Pamplona and Estefanía, he was proclaimed king upon the death of his father in the battle of Atapuerca, at the age of fourteen. Until he was eighteen he was guided by his mother, who, faithful to the will of her husband, attended the foundation of the Monastery of Santa María de Nájera, where the Navarrese monarch was buried.