a Spanish writer of the Golden Age, best known for a curious poem epic novel, The Abidas. It seems that he spent much of his life in Tudela . There frequented the social gathering that organized the Marquis Pedro de Magallon Vergara and Veraiz in the Palacio de San Adrian , who was attending a group of humanists linked to Study Grammar Tudela (1571-1574): Pedro Simón Abril , director of that study ( then be appointed professor at the University of Zaragoza ), church and master Melchor Enrico who wrote several comedies and cars represented at the celebrations of the city, and the poet Jerome Arbolanche, which attributed the texts included in the iconographic program Of "illustrious women" that adorns the staircase of the palace.
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