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Apart from the Navarrese dynasties, these are the counts of Aragon, Pallars, Gascony and Toulouse, none of whom is recorded as related to the others in the male line.One possibility, therefore, is that the author of the Codex purposely separated his description of the two Navarrese dynasties, in the same way as his narrative concerning the other comital families, because they too were unrelated.It assumes that the Codex simply omits all details of the intervening generations between the two individuals allegedly named Garca Jimnez, and that it conflates the two into one by mistake in the first paragraph of the second chapter.The possibility of such a mistake cannot of course be excluded.

The Akhbar al-Majmua [Collection of Anecdotes, translated into Spanish in the mid-19th century by Lafuente as "Ajbar Machmua", dated to [940] by Chalmeta, although Lafuente dates it to the 11th century] records that "Okba ben Al-Hachaeh" [Uqba bin al-Hajaj al-Saluli, governor of Muslim Spain from [728, conquered territory as far as Narbonne and subjugated Galicia, lava and Pamplona. A below, a lord of Pamplona named Velasco Velsquez is recorded in an Arab source in 816.

C shows that Garca was probably of a similar age to igo "Arista"'s grandchildren, and so evidently could not have been igo "Arista"'s brother. A, Arab sources which name igo "Arista" specify that his father was igo not Jimeno, although this is contradicted by a (dubious) charter of the monastery of Leire which does call him "Ennecorex, filius Simeonis".

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The Akhbar al-Majmua [Collection of Anecdotes, translated into Spanish in the mid-19th century by Lafuente as "Ajbar Machmua", dated to [940] by Chalmeta, although Lafuente dates it to the 11th century] records that "Okba ben Al-Hachaeh" [Uqba bin al-Hajaj al-Saluli, governor of Muslim Spain from [728]], conquered territory as far as Narbonne and subjugated Galicia, lava and Pamplona. A below, a lord of Pamplona named Velasco Velsquez is recorded in an Arab source in 816.C shows that Garca was probably of a similar age to igo "Arista"'s grandchildren, and so evidently could not have been igo "Arista"'s brother. A, Arab sources which name igo "Arista" specify that his father was igo not Jimeno, although this is contradicted by a (dubious) charter of the monastery of Leire which does call him "Ennecorex, filius Simeonis".

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