Legend of the Infantes de Lara
Legend of the Seven Infantes of Lara is medieval, with versions in the Ballads and has given rise to various local traditions from Salas de los Infantes (Burgos) to Mount Toranzo (which is municipality of Soria) near the Moncayo. It is a legend that, geographically, across the former territory of the Community of Villa and Tierra de Soria and curious traditions that originated in Sierra Lunch, Ocenilla and Noviercas. The central theme is a double vengeance, Dona Lambra, which is embodied in the beheading of the seven infants by Muslims, and that years later you run the stepbrother of these, Mudarra.
"In it, as in that of the Sierra del Almotero, they say that the plates and cutlery with which they were eaten are marked, and that the rings on which the horses and cribs were tied were preserved or preserved. Of course, none of this is seen, and that such a table is nothing more than a huge square stone, almost hidden among the oaks and weeds of the mountain. In Noviercas, Ólvega, Borovia, etc., there are many who claim to have seen all these things, or that their grandparents saw them, but now the drawings are worn out by mold; That a goatherd which hepherded in Toranzo found one of the hoops, of bronze and well carved; And that next to one of the mills of the Arabiana were found arms and chains. "