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Sancho I of Aragon

Sancho I of Aragon (died 1094) was king of Aragon (1063-1094) and of Navarre (1076-1094) as Sancho V of Navarre. He was also called Sancho Ramirez.

He was the son of Ramiro I of Aragon and Ermesinde of Bigorre, and he succeeded his father Ramiro in 1063. He elected king of Navarre in 1076 after Sancho IV of Navarre[?] died without an heir.

He conquered Barbastro[?] in 1065, Graus[?] in 1083, and Monzon[?] in 1089.

Preceded by:
Ramiro I of Aragon
List of Aragonese monarchs Followed by:
Peter I of Aragon



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