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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This page was last edited on 1 Julyat The Quest for El Cid. All Muslim authors make them to appear descending from the Visigothic Count Cassius, whose name, as well as those of many of his descendants, is Latin: This biographical article about qqasi person notable in connection with Islam is a stub.
This threat neutralized, Lubb turned toward Pallarsravaging the lands, qsi hundreds and taking a thousand captives, including IsarnCount Raymond’s son, who was kept in Tudela for a decade before being freed. Los “reyes malditos” en ban trono de Navarra. The family is said to descend from the Hispano-Roman or Visigothic nobleman named Cassius.
Lubb ibn Muhammad continued his father’s siege of Zaragoza, but found himself drawn in other directions. Musa ibn Musa ibn Qasi.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Though being attacked by a larger, better equipped army, Lubb was able to rout al-Tawil’s men, taking his brother prisoner.
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After a brief siege, he was able to reclaim the city for his family, as well as Lleida. Such acts on the part of the Umayyads demonstrated their banj to ever fully resolve the problem of effective, central control of outlying regions. Articles containing Spanish-language text Articles containing Arabic-language text All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from April All stub articles.
The cultural ambivalence of the Banu Qasi is also demonstrated by their mixed use of names: Salazar y Acha, Jaime de Bnu from ” https: The New Cambridge Medieval History. Mutarrif ibn Muhammad ibn Bannu, Abd Allah’s brother, rushed to relieve the city, and Abd Allah was ransomed, his daughter Urraca and probably son Furtun ibn Abd Allah being given as hostages.
In JanuaryIsma’il ibn Musa entered Zaragoza, and was there joined by Lubb, the two of them together taking Monzon. An account of the rebellion tells of Musa’s murder shortly thereafter at the hands of a Banu Husain follower, yet a “Furtun ibn Musa” is said to have been killed in his own Zaragoza uprising, and it has been suggested that this name may be an error for Musa ibn Furtun.
This biographical article about Al-Andalus is a stub. Muhammad’s son, Lubb ibn Muhammad ibn Qasiwas born inand was already active at the time of his father’s death. 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.
Arab sources describe Abd Allah’s rear-guard action at Luesia as a victory, but if so it was only a tactical victory and he immediately retreated south.
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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. Su hijo Lubb fue entonces liberado por el emir y le puso como general al frente de sus tropas contra los normandos.
Although never realized, the threat of Frankish attempts to regain control over the western Pyrenees was a real one. Los Condes de Foix reyes de Navarra.
Inthe emir sent two military campaigns into the region and took Zaragoza, although chronicler Ibn Hayyan reports that Muhammad ibn Lubb had sold the city to count Raymond I of Pallars and Ribagorza prior to its fall.
Inhe was refortifying Monzon when al-Tawil of Huesca tried his luck.
They fell out and Ibn Qasi was assassinated in by his own men. Lubb would relent, forgiving the remaining debt and returning the hostages except Sayyida, whom he married.
Los Banu Qasi del Valle del Ebro. They frequently intermarried with other regional nobility, both Muslim and Christian. Navarra en el siglo X. Views Read Edit View history. A History of Medieval Spain.
A Political History of Al-Andalus. The Banu Qasi dynasty descended from Fortun, the eldest son; the second son may have been the Abu Taur of Huesca who invited Charlemagne to Zaragoza in ; and the Banu Salamaa family that ruled Huesca and Barbitanya Barbastro in the late tenth century, may have descended from Abu Salama.
Over the next decade Musa expanded the family’s lands to include Zaragoza, NajeraViguera and Calatayudwhile also governing Tudela, Huesca and Toledoand according to the Chronica Adefonsi tertii regisMusa had his followers call him “the third king of Spaniae.
Sus descendientes Qasi fueron desde entonces alcanzando notoriedad y poder en la Marca Superior. Eran fundamentalmente gente influyente del valle del Ebro. In the next year,Muhammad launched a campaign against the various northern rebels.
Fouracre, Paul; McKitterick, Rosamond; et al. Spain in the Middle Ages.
Isma’il died shortly thereafter, inbanuu al-Tawil and Muhammad ibn Lubb each took their case to emir Abd Allah for possession of Isma’il’s lands, the emir confirming the succession of Muhammad ibn Lubb. With the fall of Lubb, his local rivals immediately fell upon the Banu Qasi lands. The earlier hostage-taking done by all parties, greatly complicated such situation.