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Spinosa in alfoze de Sancta Cruce de Scuarros to San Pedro de Cardea, in exchange giving kasa de Matarusci to domna Munnia et ad Alvaro Munnoz, by charter dated , subscribed by "Didaco Munnioz..uxor mea Taresa" donated in villa...Spinosa in alfoze de Sancta Cruce de Scuarros to San Pedro de Cardea, in exchange giving kasa de Matarusci to domna Munnia et ad Alvaro Munnoz, by charter dated , subscribed by The chronology is favourable for lvaro, father of Munio and Nuo, and maybe of the other three possible brothers shown below, to have been the same person as lvaro Muoz who is shown above.The name of (maybe the eldest) son Munio also suggests that this is possible.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.Fernando retained Castile, which was raised to the status of a kingdom.His succession as Fernando I King of Castile marked the arrival of Castile as a powerful force in Iberian politics.Reference should also be made to the identity of Nuo lvarez.The charters quoted below show that there were (at least) two different persons named Nuo lvarez in Castile during the 1030s/1040s, one the brother of Rodrigo lvarez (maternal ancestor of El Cid), the other Nuo lvarez who is shown below.
It is possible that Munnio in this document is an error for Nunnu, as Nuo lvarez subscribed the charter of the same date which records Queen Jimenas donation of the property (see below).] "...
"Dompna Urraca filia Nunnu Alvarez" donated property, held by "meo tio Munnio Alvarez", and "mater mea domna Maria, filia Gutier Alfonso" donated other property, to the monastery of San Milln de la Cogolla by charter dated .
His name reinforces the suggestion made above that lvaro, his father, was the same person as lvaro Muoz, in which case Munio was presumably his fathers oldest son.
The families of the counts in the county of Castile in the 9th and 10th centuries are shown in the document CASTILE & LEN COUNTS & KINGS.
Conde Fernando Gonzlez, who is recorded as count in Castile from  until 970, established the county as a fully autonomous entity and expanded its territorial area southwards.
The reference by Nuos daughter Urraca to her maternal uncle Munio lvarez, as well as to her mother, in the  charter shown below, suggests that the husband of Mara Gutirrez was Nuo lvarez who is shown below.