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11/1 ? ? (of Ulhasa) [?]

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31/2 <1+1> Abutaurek ? (Abu Tawr, Tariq ibn Ziyad) [Banu Qasi]
birth: 689
birth: 29 april 711, Landing in Gibraltar (Jabal al Tariq)
title: Governor of Tangier
death: 720
sm.takže wikipedia:Abu_Taur_of_Huesca

Abü Tawr ibn Qasi, valí de Huesca, r. meždu 695 i 749 - po https://www.geni.com/people/Ab%C3%BC-Tawr-ibn-Qasi-val%C3%AD-de-Huesca/6000000003137170007

Existence confirmed by Witiza, Visigothic king of Toledo whose his sons were allies of Taric against the Visigothic King Roderic.

Suщestvovanie podtverdil Vitiza, vestgotskiй korolь Toledo, čьi sыnovья bыli soюznikami Tarika protiv vestgotovskogo korolя Roderika.
22/2 <1+1> Fortún Ibn Qasi [Banu Qasi]
birth: 700
caste: Saragosse, wali de Saragosse
marriage: <2> Assima Al Lakhmi [Lakhmi] b. 713?
sm.takže wikipedia:fr:Fortún ibn Qasi Governor/Wali of ZARAGOSA Fortun ibn Qasi Ibn Musa al Qasaw, Linaje Banu Qasi, r. 713 - po https://www.geni.com/people/Fort%C3%BAn-ibn-Qasi-val%C3%AD-de-Zaragoza/6000000012262946239
43/2 <1+1> Abusalam (Solomon) ? (Abu Salam) [Banu Qasi]
Abü Salama ibn Qasi, r. meždu 659 i 749 - po https://www.geni.com/people/Abu-Salama-ibn-Qasi/6000000012262684414
54/2 <1+1> Yunus (Jonas)(Johannes) [Banu Qasi]

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61/3 <2+2> Musa ibn Fortun de Zaragoza [Banu Qasi]
birth: < 740
marriage: <3> Onneca Tudela [Tudela]
death: 801
sm. takže wikipedia:fr:Musa ibn Fortún Muza Ibn Fortún ibn Qasi, valì de Zaragoza, Arnedo y de Tudela, r. ok. 740 um. 802 - po https://www.geni.com/people/Muza-ibn-Qasi-val%C3%AC-de-Zaragoza-Arnedo-y-de-Tudela/6000000012229586298
72/3 <4> Marzuq ? (ibn Uskara) [Banu Salama]

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81/4 <6+3> Musá II ibn Musá (al-Qawasi) [Banu Qasi]
birth: 775
marriage: <4> Ψ ещё 2 Жены [?]
marriage: <5> Assona Iñiguez [Íñiga] b. > 790
death: 26 septembar 862
Musa Ibn Musa lbn Qasaw, Walí de Tudela y Huesca y Zaragoza - po https://www.geni.com/people/Musa-Ibn-Musa-lbn-Qasaw-Wal%C3%AD-de-Tudela-y-Huesca-y-Zaragoza/6000000012263275369

Musa was the maternal half-brother of Inigo Arista

A History of Aragon and Catalonia - H. J. Chaytor

Musa II, maintained his independence against both Franks and Arabs. Independence apart, the Beni-Kasim had no definite policy; they fought against the Count of Barcelona, against the Christians of Castile and the Arabs of Córdoba, and their alliances were as varied as their hostilities; they lent support to the renegades of Toledo, Muslim subjects of Visigothic origin, who forced the Emir of Córdoba to recognize their independence in 873, under payment of an annual tribute. Musa styled himself "the third King of Spain," and was respected or feared by all his neighbours: Charles the Bald was willing to send him presents. On his death in 862, the Emir of Córdoba overpowered this kingdom, but was soon driven out by the Beni-Kasim in alliance with Alfonso III of Leon, who had even entrusted them with the education of his son Ordoño.
112/4 <6+3> Mutarrif Ier [Banu Qasi]
caste: Pampelune, wali de Pampelune
death: 799, Pampelune
93/4 <6+3> Fortún ibn Musa [Banu Qasi]
death: 801
104/4 <7> Bahlul (Borell) ? (ibn Marzuq) [Banu Salama]
residence: Huesca
death: 802
125/4 <6+3> Ψ ещё Несколько [?]

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131/5 <8+5> w Lubb II ibn Musa [Banu Qasi] 142/5 <8+5> Awriya ibn Musa [Banu Qasi]
birth: ~ 810
marriage: <7> García [?] d. 859
153/5 <8+5> Mutarrif ibn Musa [Banu Qasi]
title: Gobernador de Pamplona
marriage: <8> Velasquita Garcés [Íñiga]
death: 873, Cruicified in Cordoba
164/5 <8+5> Fortún ibn Musa [Banu Qasi]
175/5 <8+5> Ismael ibn Musa [Banu Qasi]

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181/6 <13+6> Muhammad ibn Lope [Banu Qasi]
death: 862
192/6 <14+7> Musa [Banu Qasi]