Kinrick o Navarre

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Kinrick o Navarre
Nafarroako Erresuma (in Basque)
Reino de Navarra (in Spaingie)
Royaume de Navarre (in French)
Regnum Navarrae (in Laitin)
824–1620
Banner o Navarre
Banner
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Coat o airms
Kinrick o Navarre in 1400 (dark green).
Kinrick o Navarre in 1400 (dark green).
Caipital Pamplona
Common leids Basque(spoken)[1]
Laitin(written)[1]
Navarro-Aragonese(admeenistrative)[2]
Occitan[1]
Releegion Roman Catholic
Reformed (1560-1594)
Govrenment Feudal monarchy
Monarch  
• 824–852
Íñigo Arista (first)
• 1610–1620
Louis II (last)
Historical era Middle Ages
• Rebelled against the Frankish Empire
824
• Name chynges frae Pamplona tae Navarre
1004
• Annexed tae Castile
1512
• Charles I o Spain abandons the northren part
1528
• Personal union wi Fraunce unner Henry III/IV
1589
• Northren pairt merged intae the Kinrick o Fraunce
1620
Precedit bi
Succeedit bi
Kinrick o Pamplona
Early modren Fraunce
Croun o Castile
The day pairt o

 Spain

 Fraunce

The Kinrick o Navarre (/nəˈvɑːr/; Basque: Nafarroako Erresuma, Spaingie: Reino de Navarra, French: Royaume de Navarre, Laitin: Regnum Navarrae), oreeginally the Kinrick o Pamplona, wis a Basque-based kinrick[3] that occupied launds on either side o the wastren Pyrenees, alangside the Atlantic Ocean atween present-day Spain an Fraunce.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Estibaliz Amorrortu, Basque Sociolinguistics: Language, Society, and Culture, (University of Nevada Press, 2003), 14 note5.
  2. R. L. Trask, The History of Basque, (Routledge, 2014), 427.
  3. Trask, Robert.L. (1996). The History of Basque. New York: Routledge. p. 427. ISBN 0-415-13116-2.