Nomina regum catolicorum Legionensium

The Nomina regum catolicorum Legionensium ("Names of the Catholic kings of León", Spanish: Nómina Leonesa) is a medieval regnal list of the Kings of Asturias and León from Pelagius of Asturias to Ramiro II of León, included in the manuscript of the Albeldense Chronicles of the Códice de Roda. It has been reported to have been compiled in 929, although this was two years before the reign of Ramiro II, with whom the list ends. A date of 931 has also been claimed.[1][2][3]

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ITEM NOMINA REGUM CATOLICORUM LEGIONENSIUM
1. Pelagius filius Ueremundi nepus Ruderici regis Toletani. Ipse primus ingressus est in asperibus montibus sub rupe et antrum de Aseuba.
2. Deinde filius eius Fafila.
3. Deinde Adefonsus gener Pelagi.
4. Post illum frater eius Froila.
5. Deinde Aurelio.
6. Post Aurelio Adefonsus castus, qui fundabit Oueto.
7. Deinde Nepotianus cognatus regis Adefonsi.
8. Post Nepotiano Ranimiro.
9. Post filius eius Ordonius, qui allisit Albailda.
10. Deinde filius eius Adefonsus, qui allisit Ebrellos.
11. Ac post filius eius Garsea.
12. Inde Ordonius.
13. Inde frater eius Froila.
14. Post filius eius Adefonsus.
15. Ac deinde Santius filius Ordoni.
16. Deinde Adefonsus, qui dedit regno suo et conuertit ad Dominum.
17. Post frater eius Ranemirus. Sunt sub uno XVI.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Nomina regum catolicorum Legionensium, ed. J. GIL FERNÁNDEZ (1972): Crónicas asturianas. Oviedo, Universidad de Oviedo, p. 172 ss.
  2. ^ Balbín, Hermínia Rodríguez (1977). De un monte despoblado a un fuero real 700 a 1145: estudio sobre los primeros siglos del desarrollo urbano de Oviedo. Universidad. p. 80. Retrieved 30 May 2012. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  3. ^ El Reino de León en la alta edad media: La monarquía astur-leonesa : de Pelayo a Alfonso VI (718 - 1109). Centro de estudios e investigación "San Isidoro. 1995. p. 238. ISBN 978-84-87667-16-9. Retrieved 30 May 2012. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)