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Kingdom of Pamplona and County of Aragon

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This is episode 29 called Kingdom of Pamplona and County of Aragon and in this episode you will learn:

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- Why Vasconia has always been subject to external attacks
- How the Carolingian Empire and Emirate of Córdoba fought to control Iberian Vasconia and how that led to the emergence of p
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This is episode 29 called Kingdom of Pamplona and County of Aragon and in this episode you will learn:

SHOW NOTES

- Why Vasconia has always been subject to external attacks
- How the Carolingian Empire and Emirate of Córdoba fought to control Iberian Vasconia and how that led to the emergence of pro-Frankish and pro-Umayyad Basque parties
- The assassination of the Banu Qasi governor of Pamplona, led by Velasco the Basque who represented the pro-Frankish party
- How Íñigo Arista, supported by the Banu Qasi and Córdoba, gained control of Pamplona
- Why the Kingdom of Pamplona is not considered a kingdom and the game of double legimitacy
- The origins of the County of Aragon, briefly under the Carolingian Empire and how García the Bad made the County of Aragon a vassal of Pamplona instead
- The last attempt of the Carolingian Empire to regain control over the Western Pyrenees, the Second Battle of Roncesvalles and its consequences
- What kind of relationship did the Banu Qasi and Arista-Íñigo dynasty had
- The political history of the County of Aragon in the 9th century and the origins of surnames like Sánchez or García
- Brief talk about social and economic aspects of the Kingdom of Pamplona and the County of Aragon
- What are the origins of the Basques (genetic studies)
- The external history of the Basque language, why its usage declined and the current situation of Euskera
- Reflection on the pragmatic relationship between the Kingdom of Pamplona and the Banu Qasi
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