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 la Corte de Nerac. Articles containing Spanish-language text Articles containing Arabic-language text All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from April All stub articles. Their rivals the Tujibids would follow their model, making an independent peace with Leon ina move that resulted in a punitive expedition from the Caliph similar to those of prior years against the Banu Qasi.

Banu Qasi – Wikipedia

Muhammad’s son, Lubb ibn Muhammad ibn Qasiwas born inand was already active at the time of his father’s death.

The following men are the documented leaders of the Banu Qasi entries in italics are of uncertain affiliation to the family:. Eran sasi gente qawi del valle del Ebro. La Casa de Francia y los derechos sucesorios en Navarra. Use dmy dates from July Articles containing Arabic-language text CS1 Spanish-language sources es Spain articles missing geocoordinate data All articles needing coordinates.


Auge del influjo de Navarra en el siglo XI. This page was last edited on 26 Novemberat The immediate response of emir Muhammad was to try to limit the expansion of the Banu Qasi by installing a rival dynasty, the Arab Banu Tujibiin Calatayud, the one part of their father’s possessions not reclaimed.

The name is anachronistic, and no Banu Qasi 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. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Category:Banu Qasi

The Quest for El Cid. Las guerras en Castilla y la “Beltraneja”. 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.

Sancho descended toward Calahorra.

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. El Condado de Castilla 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. A Political History of Al-Andalus. Retrieved 30 March Retrieved from ” https: In actuality, even more menacing was the gradual eastwards expansion of the Asturian Kingdom ; while in the south lay the Caliphate of Cordovaever anxious to impose its authority over the frontier regions.


Sus descendientes Qasi fueron desde entonces alcanzando notoriedad y poder en la Marca Superior. Juntos asedian Tudela y consiguen apoderarse de Yusuf. The New Cambridge Medieval History.

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. In the next generation, Mutarrif ibn Musa, was likely a son of Musa ibn Furtun, [e] although historian Ibn Hayyan only mentions his name and does not say that he was bnau member of the Banu Qasi clan. Whence we must therefore come to deduce that the roots banuu this lineage are obviously Hispano-Roman.

Su hijo Lubb fue entonces liberado por el emir y le puso como general al frente de sus tropas contra los normandos. La Casa de Beaumont y los “beamonteses”. Muslim Spain and Portugal: Of these, it has been suggested that the second may be the Abu Tawr, Wali of Huescawho invited Charlemagne to Zaragoza in After a brief siege, he was able to reclaim the city for his family, as well as Lleida.