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As the text was written just over eighty years after the extinction of the Iiga dynasty, the authors of the Codex would have been well aware of the family connection if such a close one had existed.

The genealogical section of the Codex is grouped into six parts, each dealing with a distinct family.

The number of marriages with Muslim families in the early Navarre royal family suggest that Muslim influence persisted even after Pamplona had long been under Christian rule, at least until the early 10th century.

The Iiga dynasty led Navarre until 905 (see Chapter 1. However, their position was challenged by Garca Jimnez who was accepted as ruler in Pamplona from [858] to [885], Garca's descendants emerging definitively to lead Navarre from 905 until they were replaced by the kings of Aragon in 1076 (see Chapter 1. Few records have survived which deal with the early history of Navarre.

The description of the Iiga dynasty in the Codex starts with igo "Arista" and his children.