The king divided his territories between his sons on his death in 1035.
Fernando retained Castile, which was raised to the status of a kingdom.
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However, the placement of the name of Munia, wife of lvaro Muoz, before her husband in the document suggests that she may have been the main beneficiary of the transaction.If that is correct, she may have been the sister of either Diego Muoz or of his wife Teresa and, in the latter case, lvaro may or may not have been Diegos brother.A reference to Diego Muoz is found in Navarre in , married to a different wife, but there are no indications that this was the same person as Diego who is shown below.His succession as Fernando I King of Castile marked the arrival of Castile as a powerful force in Iberian politics.The citations marked Regestalia in the end-notes are taken from extracts of cartularies between 7, translated into Spanish, which appeared on the website Proyecto Regestalia which was presented by the Universidad de Alcal Two possible brothers, sons of Munio.The main difficulty with this possibility is the virtual absence from the record of lvaro Muoz, which appears to reflect his relative obscurity and lack of influence in noble circles, compared with the evident amount of influence achieved by at least four of the five [possible] brothers who are shown below.