By Carolina Carl
In 1045, the northern Iberian Bishopric of Calahorra used to be introduced again into being through Garc?a III of Navarre at the frontline of his increasing frontiers with Castile. at the loss of life of its 8th post-restoration bishop in 1190, all or a part of the territory of this, via then unmistakably Castilian, see had replaced fingers at least seven instances among Navarre, Aragon, and Leon-Castile/Castile, as those emergent Christian kingdoms competed furiously over the Riojan frontier sector that it occupied. This e-book, the 1st to supply an in depth exploration of 11th and 12th century Calahorra, examines the connection among the intense volatility of Calahorras political scenario and the peculiarities of the sees political and institutional improvement in the course of its first a hundred forty five years as a restored Iberian bishopric.
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writer: Cambridge college Press (September 19, 2005)
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We have seen that his rejection of the traditional centre of his see, and his establishment in first San Millán de la Cogolla, then Santa María la Real de Nájera, and lastly San Martín de Albelda, all ultimately responded to the changing needs and priorities of the Crown of Navarre. They therefore sharply reflect the degree to which Gómez’s episcopate was defined by an exclusive partnership with Navarre’s rulers. â•‡ Ubieto Arteta, Albelda, 47. , 48. 377. 105 106 38 chapter one Each time Gómez transferred the seat of his episcopal government, he did so in response to royal Navarrese dictates that were in turn invariably determined by the politics of Navarre’s frontiers with the Kingdoms of Zaragoza and Leon-Castile: the failure of Calahorra’s historic cathedral to take off as an effective diocesan centre during this period was primarily determined by its location on Navarre’s impoverished, badly connected, and politically less significant border with muslim Zaragoza; Gómez’s departure from San Millán de la Cogolla around 1050 and his subsequent installation in Nájera, García III’s riojan capital, facilitated the Bishop of Calahorra’s participation in the consolidation of Navarre’s western frontier, as Nájera represented the base from which he could extend his authority over the suppressed Old-Castilian Diocese of Valpuesta; finally, Gómez’s departure from Nájera and establishment in Albelda sometime between 1054 and 1058 resulted from developments relating to Navarre’s frontiers: while the former was a response to the debilitation after Atapuerca of the very western Navarrese frontier that the Bishop of Calahorra had been installed in Nájera to consolidate, the latter reflected both Sancho IV’s policy of maintaining the Abbot of San Millán at a safe distance from the temptations of the Castilian border, and the central position assigned to the Bishop of Calahorra in that Navarrese king’s socio-Â� economic regeneration of his eastern riojan border with Zaragoza.
A date of 1054 would fit with the listed bishops of Alava and Pamplona, and also with the charter’s content: the queen’s active government of Navarre in the context of the minority of her son, Sancho IV, and her grief at the recent passing of her husband, García III are recorded in this charter, which would therefore seem to have been issued shortly after the Battle of Atapuerca in 1054. 228. 246–52. 32 33 22 chapter one Visigothic centre of Gómez’s bishopric, this is due to its near-total irrelevance of to that partnership.
263–4. calahorra and the kings of navarre 41 and south-eastern frontiers. They did not, however, respond to a royal Navarrese attempt to prevent Calahorra’s institutional development, but rather to the insecurity inherent in its frontier condition. In this respect, it must be emphasized that through his magnificent installation of Gómez in Santa María la Real de Nájera around 1050, García III in fact created for his riojan bishop a secular diocesan base to which most of his Iberian contemporaries would not even have dared to aspire.
A bishopric between three kingdoms: Calahorra, 1045-1190 (Medieval and Early Modern Iberian World) by Carolina Carl