García II Sánchez of Gascony

García II Sánchez (Basque: Gartzia Antso, French: Garcie - Sanche le gate or le COURBE, Latin: Gasrsia Sancius Corvum, * probably mid- 9th century; † 930 ), called the Krumme, was a Duke of Gascony from 893 until his death.

Life and origin

The Genealogica Comitum Guasconiæ after García was a crooked son of Duke Sancho III. Mitarra. He called his cousin Duke Arnold. García founded the ruling by the year 1032 Duke House of Gascony.


García had at least five children:

  • Sancho IV Garcez: who inherited the bulk of Gascony and the title of Duke
  • William García: who inherited the county FEZENSAC, from which a generation later, the county Armagnac solved
  • Arnaud Garcia: inheriting the county Astarac
  • Andregoto: the wife of a Raymond and mother of Count William the Good of Bordeaux was
  • Gersinde: with Count Raymond III. Pons was married from Toulouse
  • Acibella: was married to the Count Galindo II Aznárez of Aragon



  • Dukes and Counts of Gascony (760) -1039 at Foundation for Medieval (English)
  • Duke ( Gascony)
  • Born in the 9th century
  • Died in the 10th century
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