The Arms of the Kings of Aragon

Roll of the Kings of Aragon

These are the dates for their reign, beginning to end. There are some cases where the end of the reign was not the end of their life, so I give the death date if I know it. I have tried to give some indication (where I can) of how they died (or ended their reign.)
ab. = abdicated,  kib. = killed in battle, as. = assassinated, ex. = executed, dep = deposed

Aznar I 809-838 ab Count of Aragon. Died 839
Also Count of Urgel, Jaca and Cerdana
Unknown 838-844
Galindo I 844-867 Count of Aragon
Aznar II 867-893 Count of Aragon
Galindo II 892-922 Count of Aragon
Andregoto 922-931 Countess of Aragon
Sancho I 931-970 Count of Aragon.
Also Sancho I of Pamplona
Sancho II 970-994 Count of Aragon.
Also Sancho II, King of Pamplona
Garcia (The Tremulous) 994-1004 Count of Aragon.
Also Garcia II, King of Pamplona
Garcia II 1004-1035 as Count of Aragon.
Also Garcia III, King of Pamplona
Also Count of Ribagorza and Sobrarbe
Ramiro I 1035-1063  
Sancho I 1063-1094 kib. Also Sancho V King of Navarre 1076-1094
Pedro I 1094-1104   Also King of Navarre
Alfonso I (the Battler) 1104-1134   Also King of Navarre,
ab Also King of Castille1109-1126, with Urraca, Queen
ab Also King of Leon, 1109-1126, with Urraca, Queen
Ramiro II (the Monk) 1134-1137 ab. 1147 d.
Petronillia, Queen 1137-1162 ab. 1172 d.
Alfonso II (the Chaste) 1163-1196   Also Count of Barcelona.
Also Marquis of Provence.
Also known as the Troubador
Pedro II (the Catholic) 1196-1213 kib.  
Jaime I (the Conqueror) 1213-1276 ab. 1276 d.
Pedro III (the Great) 1276-1285   Also King of Sicily
Alfonso III (the Liberal) 1285-1291    
Jaime II (the Just) 1291-1327   Also King of Sicily
Alfonso IV (the Benign) 1327-1336    
Pedro IV (the Ceremonius) 1336-1387    
Juan I (the Hunter) 1387-1395    
Martin (the Humane) 1395-1410   Also King of Sicily
Fernando I 1412-1416    
Alfonso V 1416-1458    
Juan II 1458-1479    
Fernando II 1479-1516    

At which point the crowns of Aragon and Castille are combined, becoming Spain as we now know it.

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