Fortún ibn Qasi, valí de Zaragoza. His parentage is confirmed by Al-Udri when he names his descendant “Muhammad ibn Lubb ibn Muhammad ibn Musa ibn Musa ibn Fortun ibn Garsiya”[]. Birth of Musa I ibn Fortún, valì de Zaragoza, Arnedo. Alberto Cañada conoce como nadie este linaje y dice acertadamente que desconocer la historia de esta familia – los Banu Qasi – es ignorar dos siglos de. Discover the family tree of Lopo ibn Musa ibn Musa Banu Qasi for free, and learn about their family history and their ancestry.

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Navarra en el siglo X. It is presumed that the members of the family associated with the Cordoban court and military campaigns, but no record of their presence there survives. The earlier hostage-taking done by all parties, greatly complicated such situation.

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The Umayyads of Cordova sanctioned the rule of the Banu Qasi and repeatedly granted them autonomy by appointing them as governors, only to replace them as they expressed too much independence, or launch punitive military expeditions into the region.

Navarra en la Corte de Nerac. Clavijo, la segunda batalla de Albelda.

Este qai poblacional explica muchos de los comportamientos de los Banu Qasi y debe ser tenido en cuenta. Following the death of Musa, nothing is known of the family until Over the next decade, following the deaths of his father and two uncles, Muhammad ibn Lubb ibn Qasi maneuvered to become the leader of qassi family.


The fate of Musa ibn Furtun is debated. At the time of the Muslim arrival and after, Cassius ruled an area comprising TudelaTarazonaBorjaand, probably, Ejea.

Count Cassius

Musa repeatedly submitted, only to rise again. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Furtun ibn Musa occupied Tudela, whose governor the Banu Qasi imprisoned at Arnedo, then killed following an escape. The cultural ambivalence of the Banu Qasi is also demonstrated by their mixed use of names: Monzon was briefly controlled by Lubb’s brother Yunis ibn Muhammad, but he could not hold it, and Monzon too fell to the al-Tawil.

Isma’il died shortly thereafter, inand al-Tawil and Muhammad ibn Lubb each took their case to emir Abd Allah for possession of Isma’il’s lands, the emir confirming the succession of Muhammad ibn Lubb.

Un nuevo escenario Muchas cosas han cambiando para Musa ibn Musa. Los “reyes malditos” en el trono de Navarra. An additional generation would better fit the chronology. Retrieved from ” https: A History of Islamic Spain. All Muslim authors make them to baju descending from the Visigothic Count Cassius, whose name, as well as those of many of his descendants, is Latin: With the fall of Lubb, his local rivals immediately fell upon the Banu Qasi lands.

Count Cassius – Wikipedia

The speculated homeland of Count Cassius was a narrow strip across the Ebro from Tudela. While Musa had been orphaned at nanu early age, his military activity may have begun in the s, and the Banu Qasi possibly Musa himself most probably participated in the second battle of the pass of Roncevaux along with their relatives of Pamplona, [16] an event leading to the establishment of the kingdom of Pamplona.


He sent his brother Mutarrif, who was proclaimed their Amir. Desaires legitimistas en el siglo XV. This page was last edited on 1 Julyat Likewise, the Banu Salamaremoved from power in Huesca and Barbitanya the area of Barbastro at the end of the 8th century, may have derived from Abu Salama. The name is anachronistic, and no Banu Ban is attested until Mutarrif ibn-Musa during the s, but he is identified with just his father’s name and not explicitly linked to Cassius or the Banu Qasi.

El Condado de Castilla Christians and Muslims of the Ebro Valley eleventh to thirteenth centuries.

La Casa de los Navarra y los “agramonteses”. Fouracre, Paul; McKitterick, Rosamond; et al.

The Banu Qasi dynasty descended from Fortun, the eldest son; the second son may have been the Abu Taur of Huesca who invited Charlemagne to Zaragoza in ; and the Banu Salamaa family that qasl Huesca and Barbitanya Barbastro in the late tenth century, may have descended from Abu Salama.

Besides the Arab sources, Musa ibn Musa is mentioned in three Latin texts: