Alfonso II of Asturias (c. 760-842), nicknamed the Chaste, was King of Asturias in two different periods: first in 783 and later between 791 and 842, when he died. Upon his death, Nepociano, a relative of not too clear kinship, disputed the throne to the future Ramiro I.
During his reign, which spanned a period of fifty-one years, the supposed tomb of the Apostle Santiago was discovered in Compostela.
783 and 791 - 842
Silo de Asturias
Mauregato de Asturias
c. 760, Oviedo
Pantheon of kings of the Cathedral of Oviedo
Alfonso II | Real Academia de la Historia
Berta, wife of Alfonso II of Asturias?