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  Encyclopedia: List of Navarrese monarchs   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
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This is a list of the kings of Navarre.
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The fueros were the way to escape from the feudal system, as fueros were only given by the monarch, as a counterpart, the town council (the concejo) only was dependant on him and had to help their lord (auxilium), and their military force was known as caballeros villanos.
At his death, the Navarrese chose as their king Sancho I of Aragon, who became Sancho V of Navarre and I of Aragon.
The mixing of Christians, Muslims and Jews was later officially ended by the rules of ethnic or religious purity of the Modern Age, namely the Spanish limpieza de sangre and the expulsion of Jews by Manuel I in Portugal.
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 THE ALMOHAD INVASION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
By 1162, all of the Christian kingdoms save Portugal had young and inexperienced monarchs on their thrones in the face of an aroused Muslim south.
Almohad diplomacy had also succeeded in fanning Navarrese border disputes with Castile into flame: Sancho VII of Navarre (brother-in-law of the crusader Richard I) invaded Castile from the North.
The infantry detachments from the towns were mixed with cavalry forces in all wings, a mixture subsequently justified by King Alfonso in his letter to Pope Innocent III as needed to secure his flanks from envelopment.
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In 1620, the Kingdom was merged into France, although the French kings continued to use the title of King of Navarre until 1791, and it was revived from 1814 to 1830 during the Restoration.
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