Álvaro Díaz

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ÁLVARO Díaz “Marcelo” (- 17 Apr/3 Jul 1072).

The nobleman who is named “don Marcelo” is identified as Álvaro Díaz by Fortún Pérez de Ciriza (2000:465).

His name is confirmed in the patronymic of his children referred to in several sources quoted below.

The primary source which confirms his own patronymic has not yet been identified.

The origin of his surname “Marcelo” has not yet been ascertained.

If this identity is correct, it would be chronologically compatible for him to have been Álvaro Díaz, son of Diego Álvarez de Asturias & his wife ---, who is named in the charter dated 8 Dec 1029 under which "Senior Didaco Alvarez de Asturias" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla, confirmed by "filiis meis Alvaro Didaco et Beila Didaco…"[156].

The origin of his surname “Marcelo” has not yet been ascertained.

“…Sennor dompno Marcelle…” subscribed two charters for San Millán de la Cogolla dated 14 Mar 1046 and 17 Feb 1050[157]. Señor en Marañón. “…Senior domno Marcelle dominator Maranione…” witnessed a donation of Sancho IV King of Navarre to Irache by charter dated 7 Feb 1063, signing second in the list of subscribers which suggests his seniority at court at the time[158]. “Senior Marzellus in Marainone…” is named in the dating clause of a charter dated 9 Feb 1063 of Sancho IV King of Navarre, first after the bishops which indicates his position of prominence[159]. “…Dompnus Marcellus dominans Maranione…” subscribed a charter dated 13 Feb 1063[160]. “Senior Sancho Fortunez” donated “monasterio…de San Miguel de Arendo” to the monastery of San Prudencio by charter dated 11 Apr 1063, subscribed by “…señor domno Marcelo en Maranon”[161]. "Sancio…rex" donated property to the bishop of Nájera by charter dated 13 Dec 1063, confirmed by "…senior domno Marcelle dominator Maranione…"[162]. “…Senior domno Marcelle, dominator Maranione…” witnessed the charter dated 22 Jan [1064] under which Sancho IV King of Navarre granted property to “seniori Furtunio Acenariz et coniugi tue domna Auria”[163]. “…Senior domno Marcelle dominator Maranione…” witnessed the charter dated 15 Jun 1064 under which “Senior Garcia Scemenones…cum coniux mea domina Mencia” donated property to Leire, signing first among the lay subscribers[164]. Señor en Álava. “Seniore domino Marcelle in Alaua…” is named in the dating clause of a charter dated 27 Nov 1064 under which “Senior Eximino Garceiz et germanus meus senior Lope Garceiz vel germana nostra domina Sancia” donated property to Leire[165]. “Senior don Marcel de Alaua…” witnessed a charter dated 1065 under which “domna Sancha Auriel simulque filia mea Sancia Sancionis” sold properties to Leire[166]. “…Senior dompno Marcelle in Marainione…” witnessed a charter of Sancho IV King of Navarre dated 25 Jun 1066[167]. The dating clause of a charter dated 1 Nov 1066 under which “domna Tota” donated property to Leire monastery names “…Seniore domno Marcelle in Alaba et Marainione…”[168]. “…Senior domno Marcelle in Maranione…” subscribed a charter dated 1068 for Albelda monastery[169]. “…Senior domno Marcello, Marainone…” witnessed a charter for Irache dated 1070[170]. “Senior Marcellus cum coniuge mea domna Goto necnon et filiis et filiabus nostris” donated the church of San Miguel in Ripa, Santa Gemma, Ararrian and one third of Pangua to Leire monastery by charter dated 1071[171]. “…Senior don Marcelle in Granion et in Maranion…” confirmed a charter of Sancho IV King of Navarre dated 7 Dec 1071[172]. “Senior don Marcelle tenente Maranione…” is named in the dating clause of a charter of Sancho IV King of Navarre dated 17 Apr 1072[173]. A charter of Sancho IV King of Navarre dated 3 Jul 1072 records that “in hoc anno obit senior dompno Marcelle”[174]. m ANDREGOTO Galíndez, daughter of GALINDO --- & his wife --- (-after [1108]). “Senior dompno Marcelle et domina Andregoto uxor mea” donated property “su heredad de Arrariain” to Leire monastery by charter dated 1066[175]. “Senior Marcellus cum coniuge mea domna Goto necnon et filiis et filiabus nostris” donated the church of San Miguel in Ripa, Santa Gemma, Ararrian and one third of Pangua to Leire monastery by charter dated 1071[176]. “…Senior don Marcelle in Granion et in Maranion…” confirmed a charter of Sancho IV King of Navarre dated 7 Dec 1071[177]. “Dompna Godo” donated the monastery of Santa María de Rotezno to San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 1087, confirmed by “filios meos Monnio Alvarez, Sancio Alvarez, Didaco Alvarez, Furtun Alvarez”[178]. Her parentage is confirmed by the charter dated to [1095] under which “Godo Galindez et filiis meis Fortun Albarez et Lope Albarez” donated property to San Millán de la Cogolla[179]. According to Llorente, she was the sister of Íñigo López Señor de Vizcaya but he cites no primary source in support[180]. This appears to be disproved by the previous charter. Her date of death is set by the charter dated [1108] under which her son “Senior Munio Albaro” donated Berganza monastery to San Miguel de Ripa, which names “mea matre dompna Goto et meo germano senior Didaco Albaroiz, senior Lope Albaroiz, senior Sancio Albaroiz” as “fidiatores”[181]. Marcelo & his wife had six children

[155] Fortún Pérez de Ciriza, L. J. ´La quiebra de la soberanía navarra en Álava, Guipúzcoa y el Duranguesado (1199-1200)´, Revista internacionál de estudios vascos, 45, 2, 2000, p. 465.

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