The Jiménez dynasty, alternatively called the Jimena, the Sancha, the Banu Sancho, the Abarca or the Banu Abarca, was a medieval ruling family from the 10th century which made part of most of the royal houses and kingdoms of the Iberian Peninsula of the time, namely, the Kingdom of Navarre, the House of Aragon and the Crown of Castile as well as of other territories in the South of France.
Succession crisis. Following the death of Peter, a succession crisis arose between Peter's illegitimate half-brother Henry of Trastámara and the Englishman John of Gaunt, a great great grandson of Ferdinand III of Castile, who claimed the title of King of Castile and Léon by virtue of his marriage to Constance, daughter of Peter.
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A house of Venezuelan president Marcos Pérez Jiménez. The house featured fountains, a pool, an elevator, an observatory and tunnels.
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- Monarchs of Pamplona
- Monarchs of Navarre
- Current Claimants
- See Also
 House of Íñiguez, ? 824–905
The Íñiguez dynasty founded the Navarrese kingdom (of Pamplona) in or around 824 when they rebelled against nominal Frankish (Carolingian) authority.
 House of Jiménez, 1004–1076
During the time of Sancho III the Great, the name Navarre for the kingdom replaced Pamplona, as he was titled rex Navarrae Hispaniarum. He also brought Castile, Ribagorza and Sobrarbe under his control, and conquered León.
 House of Champagne, 1234–1284
1. See also: Count of Champagne
 House of Capet, 1284–1349
1. See also: Kings of France
Alice, Duchess of Calabria is the current claimant of the Kingdom of Navarre in accordance with its fundamental feudal succession order, as evidenced by her son and heir's official website .
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Jiménez received the accolade due to the fact six of the fourteen tracks in the album were composed by him, thus making Jiménez eligible for the award. In Mexico it has a Mausuleo popularly known as "Mausoleum of José Alfredo Jiménez". On January 19, 2016, Google celebrated his 90th birthday with a Google Doodle.
Ji·mé·nez (hē-mĕ′nĕs, -nĕth), Juan Ramón 1881-1958. Spanish poet who introduced modernism to Spanish verse. Platero y Yo (1914) is his most popular work.