Zaïda de Seville 1 2 3 4 5

Nom de naissance Zaïda de Seville
Alias Isabel
Nom de naissance Zaida
Identifiant Gramps I3281
Genre féminin
Âge au décès inconnu

Événements

Événement Date Lieu Description Sources
Naissance [E10463]        
Général

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Décès [E4259] 13/9/1107      

Familles

    Famille de Abu Nasir al Fatah al Mamun et Zaïda de Seville [F1481]
Mariés Mari Abu Nasir al Fatah al Mamun [I3283] ( * + 26/3/1090 )
    Famille de Alphonse VI le Brave de Castille et Leon et Zaïda de Seville [F1479]
Mariés Mari Alphonse VI le Brave de Castille et Leon [I3200] ( * entre 1038 et 1040 + 30/6/1109 )
  Enfants
Nom Naissance Décès
infante don Sancho Alfonsez de Castille et Leon [I6278]vers 109329/5/1108
infanta doña Elvira de Castille et Leon [I4967]entre 1100 et 11048/2/1135
infanta doña Sancha de Castille et Leon [I6279]vers 1102après 10/5/1125

Anecdote

Princess Zaida of Seville was a refugee Muslim princess who was a mistress and then perhaps queen of Alfonso VI of Castile.
She is said by Iberian Muslim sources to have been the daughter-in-law of Al Mutamid, the Muslim King of Seville, wife of his son Abu al Fatah al Ma'Mun, Emir of Cordoba, (d. 1091).
Later Iberian Christian chroniclers call her Al Mutamid's daughter, but the Islamic chroniclers are considered more reliable.
With the fall of Seville to the Almoravids, she fled to the protection of Alfonso VI of Castile, becoming his mistress, converting to Christianity and taking the baptismal name of Isabel.
She was the mother of Alfonso VI of Castile's only son, Sancho, who, though illegitimate, was named his father's heir but was killed in the Battle of Uclés of 1108 during his father's lifetime. It has been suggested that Alfonso's fourth wife, Isabel, was identical to Zaida,but this is still subject to scholarly debate, others making Queen Isabel distinct from the mistress or suggesting that Alfonso had two successive wives of this name, with Zaida being the second Queen Isabel. Alfonso's daughters Elvira and Sancha, were by Queen Isabel, and hence may have been Zaida's.

[source Wikipedia]

Arbre généalogique

    1. Zaïda de Seville
      1. Abu Nasir al Fatah al Mamun [I3283]
      2. Alphonse VI le Brave de Castille et Leon [I3200]
        1. infante don Sancho Alfonsez de Castille et Leon [I6278]
        2. infanta doña Sancha de Castille et Leon [I6279]
        3. infanta doña Elvira de Castille et Leon [I4967]

Références des sources

  1. Charles Cawley: Medieval Lands - Foundation for Medieval Genealogy [S0099]
  2. Wikipedia [S0052]
  3. Daniel de Rauglaudre / Roglo: Roglo - base de données généalogiques - www.roglo.eu [S0072]
  4. Brian Tompsett - University of Hull (Uk): Directory of Royal Genealogical Data [S0175]
  5. Mark Humphrys: Humphrys Family Tree [S0176]