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Dadildis de Pallars

Spanish: Dadildis Jiménez de Pamplona (de Pallars)
Birthplace: Sangüesa, Navarre, Spain
Death: 884 (24-33)
Pamplona, Navarre, Spain
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Lope IV, Count Of Bigorre and Faquilène de Toulouse
Wife of García Jiménez de Pamplona
Mother of Onneca de Pamploma; Ximeno Garcés de Pamplona, Rey de Pamplona; Jimena Garcés de Pamplona and Sancho I Garces
Sister of Ramón I de Ribagorza y Pallars, Conde de Ribargorza y Pallars; Luop V Duke Gascony, V; Count Centulfe I of Bearn; Mansion Liop de Lavedan and Dat Donato II de Bigorre, Comte de Bigorre

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About Dadildis de Pallars


Parents unknown, but often said to have been a daughter of Lope IV de Bigorre and Faquilène de Rouergue.

The Codex de Roda records that "Garsea Scemenonis" married secondly "domna Dadildi de Paliares soror Regimundi comitis"[193].

Søster til: Raimund I Count of Pallars and Ribagorza, der også hører til mine aner.

Leo: Europäische Stammtafeln, J.A. Stargardt Verlag, Marburg, Schwennicke, Detlev (Ed.), Reference: II 54.


García Jiménez (835-after 885) was a high-medieval knight of the realm of Pamplona, who is mentioned by that surname in the Codex of Roda. He was co-regent of the kingdom during the reigns of García Íñiguez of Pamplona and his son Fortún Garcés.a

The Códice de Roda shows García Jiménez to have married twice, firstly to Oneca, "Rebel of Sangüesa" with whom he had two children:

  1. Íñigo, called 'king' in the Códice de Roda when reporting his marriage to a granddaughter of Fortún Garcés of Pamplona, but not in his own entry as son of García Jiménez. He perhaps succeeded to his father's sub-kingdom (else the term is being used as an honorific rather than a title).
  2. Sancha, married as her first husband Íñigo Fortúnez, son of king Fortún Garcés of Pamplona, and subsequently remarried to Galindo Aznárez II, Count of Aragon.

García Jiménez married secondly Dadildis de Pallars, sister of count Raymond I of Pallars and Ribagorza, having by her two sons:

  1. Sancho I, later sole king of Pamplona.
  2. Jimeno, tutor of his nephew García Sánchez and regent until his death on 29 May 931.


Acerca de Dadildis Jiménez de Pamplona (Español)

Dadildis de Pallars (siglo ix) fue una dama del bajo medieval que vivió en el reino de Pamplona (llamado luego reino de Navarra), hija de Lope de Bigorra y de Faquilena de Roergue.

Dadildis era señora de Sobrarbe y hermana del conde Ramón I de Ribagorza y Pallars. Contrajo matrimonio con García Jiménez de Pamplona, de quien fue la segunda esposa y con quien tuvo entre otros a:

Sancho Garcés I de Pamplona Jimeno Garcés de Pamplona (m. 931) Jimena, la mujer del rey Alfonso III de Asturias y de León.

Dadildis era la abuela de García Sánchez I de Pamplona, Sancha de Pamplona, Oneca de Pamplona, Velasquita y Urraca Sánchez (reina de León).

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Sangüesa, Navarre, Spain
Pamplona, Pais Vasco, España (Spain)
Age 29
Pamplona, Navarre, Spain