Period: 816 to 852
Íñigo AristaÍñigo Arista he was the founder of the Arista-Íñiga dynasty, and count of Bigorra. He has been considered the first king of Pamplona.
Period: 852 to 882
García ÍñiguezSon of Iñigo Arista; from 842 he was regent and led the military campaigns during the last years of his father's life.
Period: 882 to 905
Fortún GarcésHe was the last Pamplona chieftain of the Arista-Íñiga dynasty.
Period: 905 to 925
Sancho Garcés ISancho Garcés I 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 Jimena dynasty.
Period: 925 to 970
García Sánchez IGarcía Sánchez I 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 Queen Toda Aznárez.
Period: 970 to 994
Sancho Garcés IIEven 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: 994 to 1000
García Sánchez IIGarcía 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.
Period: 1000 to 1035
Sancho Garcés IIISancho 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.
Period: 1035 to 1054
García Sánchez IIIGarcía Sánchez III, nicknamed that of Nájera, was king of Nájera-Pamplona from 1035, Álava and a large part of the County of Castilla. Son of Sancho III the Elder and Muniadona Sánchez de Castilla.
Period: 1054 to 1076
Sancho Garcés IVSancho Garcés IV, called "El de Peñalén" or "El Noble", was king of Pamplona between 1054 and 1076. He died in 1076.