The Codex de Roda names "Santio Asnari et domna Tota regina et domna Sanzia" as the children of "Asnari Sanziones qui et Larron" and his wife, one manuscript specifying that Tota was the wife of "Sanctii Obtimi regis" and that she was "pro neptem de Eneco Arista". "Sancius rex cum Tuta regina" donated property to the monastery of Leire by charter dated 21 Oct . "Sancius rex, filius Garsie regis, successor in regno germani mei Fortunii…cum domina Tuta regina uxore mea" donated property to the monastery of Leire by charter dated 18 Mar . "Sancio Garsianis rex…cum coniuge mea Tota Isinari" donated the monastery of San Pedro to the bishop of Oya by charter dated 28 Oct 924. "Tota regina, seu filio meo Garsia Sancius" donated property to the monastery of San Martín de Albelda by charter dated 20 Sep 928. She was regent for her son King García III from 933. "Garsea Sancio" confirmed donations to the monastery of San Pedro de Siresa by "Sancio Garsee…commites domno Galindo, Asenari, Galindonis cum omnis fratres eius" by charter dated 9 Mar 933, signed by "Tota Isenari". Queen Toda became a powerful figure and was the principal organiser of the coalition of Christian princes which defeated Abd al-Rahman III at Simancas in 939. She developed alliances through the marriages of her daughters, not only with three successive kings of León but also the powerful Condes de Álava and Castilla. "Garsea rex…cum genitrice Tuta regina" donated property to the monastery of San Martín de Albelda by charter dated 22 Nov 947, witnessed by "Santius Ranimiri regis filius, Fortis Iustis…Flaginus comes, Garsea, Eximino, Fortunio Galendo…". The dating clause of a charter dated 15 Apr 958, under which "Muza…cum germana mea Tota" donated property to the monastery of San Martín de Albelda, names "regnante…rex Garcia Sanciz in Pampilona, et sub eius Fortun Galindonis in Nagera, et regina Tota in Deio, in Lizarrara". This is the only document so far identified which suggests that an autonomous part of the kingdom was delegated to Queen Toda during the reign of her son..
The Codex de Roda records the death of "Tuta regina", undated but immediately following the record of the death in 970 of her son King García III. 1