||Ramiro I (Aragón) de Aragón was a member of aristocracy in Europe.|
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Ramiro was the first king of Aragon from 1035 until his death.
Ramiro wed his first wife, Gisberga, daughter of Bernard Roger of Bigorre, on 22 August 1036. She changed her name to Ermesinda on marrying him. Together the couple had five children: Sancho Ramírez, his successor; García, Bishop of Jaca; Sancha, married Armengol III of Urgel; Urraca, nun in Santa Cruz de la Serós; and Theresa, married William Bertrand of Provence.
Ramiro's second wife was Agnes (Inés), perhaps a daughter of the Duke of Aquitaine.
Ramiro died at the Battle of Graus in 1063 while trying to take the city. He was buried at the monastery of San Juan de la Peña, in Santa Cruz de la Serós.
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