Charles III the Noble (1361-1425): King of Navarre known by the Privilege of the Union.
Eleanor of Castile (1360-1515): Queen of Navarre, wife of Charles III.
Blanche I of Navarre (1385-1441): Queen of Navarre, daughter of Charles III and Eleanor.
Theobald I (1201-1253): King of Navarre, the first from the French dynasty.
Lancelot (1386-1420): nominal bishop of Pamplona, illegitimate child of Charles III.
Sancho the Great (990-1035): King of Pamplona.
Pedro Marcilla de Caparroso (15th century): Knight of Pamplona, patron of the Caparroso altarpiece.
César Borgia (1475-1507): bishop of Pamplona, son of Rodrigo Borgia.
San Fermín (3rd century): Pamplona-born saint, first bishop of Pamplona.
Liliolo (6th century): bishop of Pamplona, he attended the Council of Toledo.
Arnaldo de Barbazán (?-1355): bishop of Pamplona, key sponsor of the Gothic Cloister, his sepulchre can be found in the Barbazan chapel.
Martín de Azpilicueta (1492-1586): priest, theologian and Navarran philosopher.
Pedro de Roda (?-1115): bishop of Pamplona, organiser of the Council of Canonry.
Miguel Sánchez de Uncastillo (?-1287): bishop of Pamplona.
Miguel Sánchez de Asiain (?-1364): bishop of Pamplona, his sepulchre is in the Cloister.
Martín de Zalba (1337-1403): bishop of Pamplona, during his bishopric the construction of the Gothic Cathedral was started.
Sancho Sánchez de Oteiza (?-1425): bishop of Pamplona, his sepulchre is in the Cathedral.
Antonio Zapata (1550-1635): bishop of Pamplona, sponsor of the construction of the Sacristy.
Enrique Delgado Gómez (1888-1978): first Archbishop of Pamplona.
CRAFTSMEN AND ARTISTS
Juan de Anchieta (1533-1588): sculptor, creator of the Cathedral’s Crucified Christ.
Maestro Esteban (11th-12th century): architect and sculptor, master builder of Pamplona and Santiago.
Jehan Lome de Tournay (?-1449): sculptor, creator of the mausoleum of Charles III and the sepulchre of Sancho Sánchez de Oteiza.
Santos Ángel de Ochandátegui (1749-1803): architect, master builder of the Neoclassical façade.
Ventura Rodríguez (1717-1785): architect, director of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, designer of the Neoclassical façade.
Pompey the Great (106-48 BC): Roman General, founder of Pompaelo.
Abd al Rahman III (889-961): first Omeya caliph of Córdoba, instigator of the destruction of the Pre-Romanesque Basilica.
Francisco Espoz y Mina (1781-1836): guerilla fighter against the Napoleonic invasion, his sepulchre is in the cloister.
Victor Hugo (1802-1885): French poet, novelist and politician, author of a travel book in which he narrates his stay in Pamplona.
VV.AA, La Catedral de Pamplona, tomo II, Caja de Ahorros de Navarra, 1994.