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Alfonso I King of Asturias took advantage of instability in the Muslim Government of al-Andalus following the Berber rebellion of 741, and of a severe famine in 750, to expand the area of Christian settlements to the north of the Duero river.
The list of the towns he conquered is set out in the Chronicle of Alfonso III and includes Lugo and Tuy in Galicia.
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 presented by the Universidad de Alcal (-before 866). The Chronicon Albeldense records that Ordoo I King of Asturias populated Tude et Amagia, and in the same paragraph the arrival of "Lordomani" [Norsemen] in Gallci maritimis who were killed "a Petro comite", probably dated to [850/60]The Cronica de Sampiro , as reproduced in the Historia Silense, records the succession of "Adefonsus filius Ordonii" [Alfonso III King of Asturias, dated to 866] aged 14, the challenge by filius...
Froyla Lemundi ex partibus Gallecie, King Alfonsos exile in partibus Alauensium, and the death of ipse... However, the identification of the colonist of Coimbra presumably depends on the correct identification of the subscriber of the charter dated 25 Sep 883.] "Adefonsus rex et Exemena regina" donated property near Lanzada which had belonged to "Hermegildus filius Petri et uxor sua Yberia", who had rebelled against the king, to Santiago de Compostela by charter dated 24 Jun 886, subscribed by "Exemena regina, Garsea, Hordonius, Froila", daughter of ---. Oduarius, Froila, Vimara, Auriolus" subscribed the charter dated 30 Jan 915 under which Ordoo II King of Len donated villiam... "Lucidus Uimarani, Gutherre Menendiz, Gutherre Osoriz, Armentarius Siloni" subscribed the charter dated 20 Jan 917 under which Ordoo II King of Len donated villis in territorio Gallecie...
However, during the same period the Sobrado cartulary names other individuals Salamiro who cannot otherwise be connected with the father of Gundesindo.] (-before 18 Oct 942).
His parentage is confirmed by the charter dated 18 Oct 942 under which [his wife] "Seniorina" donated hereditate tam mea quam et de meo marito...
Their control over the southern coastline enabled the Vandals to migrate en masse into North Africa in 429, although what triggered this migration is not known with certainty.
There is inevitably, therefore, a degree of inaccuracy in such categorisation.
The Roman province of Gallcia was occupied by the Vandals when the so-called barbarian tribes invaded the Iberian peninsula.
The Chronicon of Bishop Idatius records that Alani et Wandali et Suevi entered Spain in 409, adding in a later passage that the Vandals occupied Galicia, the Suevi sitam in extremitate Oceani maris occidua, and the Alans Lusitaniam et Carthaginensem provincias, in 411.
However, many of the names are recognizable as noblemen who are recorded at that time in other documents. However, many of the names are recognizable as noblemen who are recorded at that time in other documents. However, many of the names are recognizable as noblemen who are recorded at that time in other documents. Mundini, exitum montis Mauromonte to Suniemiro et Leouildo by charter dated 2 Mar 905.
The chronology is favorable for this co-identity and the reference to Mauromonte (referred to in the charter of Seorina dated 18 Oct 942, see below) suggests a connection.