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The area is referred to during Visigothic rule in the Iberian peninsular: Relations between the kingdom of Asturias and the Basques to the east of Asturian territory remained tense, as the same source states that King Fruela I son of Alfonso I "overcame the rebellious Basques and took for himself a wife from their territory named Munia" see below , presumably dated to the early s . His descendants are later recorded in Galicia, which suggests that they were expelled from the kingdom of Navarre after their father died probably in  because of some unrecorded family transgression. Lucas de Tuy dated to  records that "in Castella et in Alaua adolescens No record has been found which refers to Oveco in his personal capacity, except by way of the patronymic of his daughter. His Basque origin is confirmed by the Chronicle of Alfonso III which states that [his son-in-law] Fruela "overcame the rebellious Basques and took for himself a wife from their territory named Munia" .