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"Dompna Urraca filia Nunnu Alvarez" donated property, held by "meo tio Munnio Alvarez", and "mater mea domna Maria, filia Gutier Alfonso" donated other property, to the monastery of San Milln de la Cogolla by charter dated [1088].His name reinforces the suggestion made above that lvaro, his father, was the same person as lvaro Muoz, in which case Munio was presumably his fathers oldest son.The citations marked Regestalia in the end-notes are taken from extracts of cartularies between 7, translated into Spanish, which appeared on the website Proyecto Regestalia which was presented by the Universidad de Alcal Two possible brothers, sons of Munio.The common patronymic, and their joint involvement in a property arrangement, suggests that the two husbands in the charter shown below may have been brothers.["Sancio rex...sennor Munnio Alvarez..." subscribed the charter dated under which "Eximina regina mater Sancii regis" defined the territory of Villarta (following her donation to San Milln de la Cogolla).It is possible that Munnio in this document is an error for Nunnu, as Nuo lvarez subscribed the charter of the same date which records Queen Jimenas donation of the property (see below).] "...

It also disputed jurisdiction with the kings of Len over the areas around Saldaa, Palencia and Simancas to the west and with the kings of Navarre over Njera and lava to the east.

[The following charters suggests that Nuo, and later his brothers, lived at the court of Navarre in the late 1020s until [1030], and again in 1037.

"Sancio rex...sennor Nunnu Alvarez..." subscribed the charter dated to [] under which "comite Fredelando Pelaioz..coniuge mea Gelvira et mater mea donna Gutina cum consensu neptus mei Fernando Fredinandiz" confirmed the donation of the monastery of San Emeterio and San Celedonio de Taranco to San Milln de la Cogolla.

The possibility that all five individuals shown below were brothers appears strongly supported by the numerous charters, quoted below, in which some or all of Nuo, Gonzalo, Fortn and Diego are named together.

It also interesting to note the subscription of the charter by Salvador Gonzlez, which together with other indications discussed further below, suggest a connection between the lvarez and Salvadrez families. As noted above, there are indications which suggest that she may have been related to the family of Salvador Gonzlez, which is shown below in Part F of the present chapter.

It also disputed jurisdiction with the kings of Len over the areas around Saldaa, Palencia and Simancas to the west and with the kings of Navarre over Njera and lava to the east.

[The following charters suggests that Nuo, and later his brothers, lived at the court of Navarre in the late 1020s until [1030], and again in 1037.

"Sancio rex...sennor Nunnu Alvarez..." subscribed the charter dated to [] under which "comite Fredelando Pelaioz..coniuge mea Gelvira et mater mea donna Gutina cum consensu neptus mei Fernando Fredinandiz" confirmed the donation of the monastery of San Emeterio and San Celedonio de Taranco to San Milln de la Cogolla.

The possibility that all five individuals shown below were brothers appears strongly supported by the numerous charters, quoted below, in which some or all of Nuo, Gonzalo, Fortn and Diego are named together.

It also interesting to note the subscription of the charter by Salvador Gonzlez, which together with other indications discussed further below, suggest a connection between the lvarez and Salvadrez families. As noted above, there are indications which suggest that she may have been related to the family of Salvador Gonzlez, which is shown below in Part F of the present chapter.

The reference by Nuos daughter Urraca to her maternal uncle Munio lvarez, as well as to her mother, in the [1088] charter shown below, suggests that the husband of Mara Gutirrez was Nuo lvarez who is shown below.