15821622, Aug 21
a Spanish poet. In Spain he is simply known as Conde de Villamediana. On leaving Salamanca he married in 1601, and succeeded to the title on the death of his father in 1607; he was prominent in the life of the capital, was forbidden to attend court, and resided in Italy from 1611 to 1617. On Villmediana's return to Spain, he was soon noted as a satirist.
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