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Teresa's son Ramiro III of León

Teresa Ansúrez (died in 997) was the Queen consort of King Sancho I of León, and because of that, she is also known as Teresa of Leon. She was regent of her son in 975-979.

Consort

Teresa was a daughter of nobleman Ansur Fernández and Gontroda Nuñez and sister of Fernando Ansúrez II.[1] She married Sancho I of León and by him had children, King Ramiro III of León[2] and Urraca Sánchez.

Regent

Teresa was put in a convent on her husband's death,[3] and her son placed under the regency of her sister-in-law, Elvira Ramírez. However, when a coalition formed by the latter suffered a military defeat at Gormaz in 975, Elvira was forced to step away from her active role in the government, and Teresa assumed the regency until her son achieved his majority.[2]

References

  1. ^ Villa Calvo, Nicolás (2002). Mendunia: Historia documentada del Condado de Monzón. Monzón de Campos: C.I.T. Bajo Carrión y Ucieza. ISBN 84-607-3963-5. pág. 214
  2. ^ a b Christensen, Martin Iversen (29 December 1999). "Women in power 750-1000". Worldwide Guide to Women in Leadership. Retrieved 2019.
  3. ^ Elorza, Juan C.; Lourdes Vaquero, Belén Castillo, Marta Negro (1990). Junta de Castilla y León. Consejería de Cultura y Bienestar Social. ed. El Panteón Real de las Huelgas de Burgos. Los enterramientos de los reyes de León y de Castilla (2ª edición). Editorial Evergráficas S.A.. pp. 52. ISBN 84-241-9999-5.



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