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María Abarca - (s. XVII)
Amateur painter who lived in Madrid in the middle of the 17TH century and stood out in the realization of portraits. Read more...

Pedro de Abarca - (1619-1697)
Theologian and Spanish Jesuit historian born in Jaca (Huesca) in 1619 and died August 23, 1697 in Salamanca. He entered the society of Jesus in 1641, at the age of 22. He taught theology in the Colegio de San Ambrosio in Valladolid and then in around a quarter of a century, the University of Salamanca. He was also master of the Guild of this University and chronicler of Castile. He wrote some treatises of theology, such as the Tractatus teologici Scientia Dei ('the science of God theological Tre Read more...

Eduardo Abaroa - (1838-1879)
Bolivian Patriot, born in San Pedro de Atacama on October 13, 1838 and died in Calama in 1879. Symbol of military heroism in the service of the fatherland, Abaroa headed the civil resistance against the Chileans and fought to give his life heroically in defense of the interests of Bolivia, which has happened to the history of his country as a prototype of patriotism.Educated with austerity in their native environment, he came to conquer a respectable position among their peers thanks to its resp Read more...

Bernardino Abarzúa Trocoso - (1876-?)
Religious and Chilean journalist, born in Linares on September 28, 1876 and died on date that is unknown.Son of Bernardino J. Abarzúa and Rudecinda Troncoso, learned his first letters in his hometown, completed later in high school, where he obtained the degree of Bachelor in humanities. Later he moved to Santiago to join the seminar. Ordered priest and served as magisterial work. For much of his life he devoted himself to journalism; Thus, in 1905 he worked as Chief Editor at the newspaper El Read more...

Buenaventura Abárzuza y Ferrer - (1843-1910)
Politician, diplomat, journalist, and Spanish dramatist, born in Havana (Cuba) in 1843 and died in Madrid in 1910. In his brilliant career of public man, belonged to the Constituent Cortes of 1869 and 1873, and to the King Amadeus I of Savoy. He was Minister on several occasions (the last one, as the holder of the portfolio of State in the Government of Antonio Maura), Senator and Ambassador of Spain in Paris.On October 1, 1898, in his capacity as Senator, became one of the signatories of the ag Read more...

Ramón Abascal Heredero - (1937-VVVV)
Bullfighter Venezuelan, born in Madrid (Spain) in 1937. When Ramon was nine years old, his family moved to the Republic of Venezuela, a country in which, besides acquire a new nationality, the young Ramon was left to win by fans the bulls bullfighting of two ancient natural of those payments right-handers schools attending: Rafael Cavalieri Rosales and Eleazar Sananes Echevarría.Considering this last master Ramón Abascal was already plenty value and trade to undertake the fight of a steer, enc Read more...

José Manuel Abascal - (1957-VVVV)
Spanish athlete, born in 1957 in Alceda (Cantabria). He was one of the great world endurance of the eighties and the first Spanish athlete to win a medal in track. Character very calculating in career, although he also got very fast records in the 1500 m, he debuted in the elite winning the 1,500 m of the European Junior of 1977, endorsed by the bronze in the same distance at the 1982 European Championships. Great competitor, unlike his great rival national, José Luis González, always reserved Read more...

Juan Abascal - (1784-?)
Spanish politician born in the year 1784, whereby data on place of birth and place and date of death are unknown.Start your career in 1806, being appointed controller of post of Burgo de Osma. The following year it becomes official in the administration of Córdoba.During the war of independence the Government commissioned him to monitor the movements of the enemy, or at least I pretend to it. In 1814 they attack the servile and he has to abandon Córdoba, but shortly after it returns to the cit Read more...

Abascanto - (s. I-II)
Natural physician of Lyon, where exercised his art in the century I or II of our era. It was a liberto of the Emperor Augustus. Galen quotes him and ponders his antidote against snake bite. Read more...

José Mariano de Abásolo - (1783-1812)
Military Mexican follower of the movement of the priest Hidalgo, born in 1783, in pain, in the State of Guanajuato, in the bosom of a wealthy family.He devoted himself to a military career and joined the regiment of dragons provincial de la Reina in San Miguel el Grande, where he attained the rank of captain. In 1806 he went to Mexico with his regiment, and 6 months later he returned to San Miguel. Subsequently, he joined San Juan de los Llanos, and in 1808 was again in San Miguel. Abasolo marri Read more...

Abassa o Abbassa - (790-815)
Sister of Harun the Raschid, married by her brother in the year 810 Djafar the Barmecid, on the condition that they not consumarían marriage. Love made two husbands to forget the order had been received, and had a son who was secretly sent to Mecca. When the Caliph knew it, he had removed the life to Djafar, and Abassa, expelled from his palace, was reduced to the most miserable state. He left some poetry, reproduced in part by Ibn-Abu - Hadjelah, in his book titled Sababeth. Read more...

Andrés Abate - (¿-1732)
Neapolitan painter of natural history who was born at the end of the 17TH century and died in 1732. He was employed by the King of Spain, and left some estimated works. Read more...

Abati Antonio - (¿-1667)
Italian poet, born in Gubbio in the early years of the 17TH century and died in Sinigaglia in 1667. He was in the service of the Archduke Leopoldo de Austria, and traveled through the Netherlands and France. When he returned to Italy, he was successively Governor of several cities of ecclesiastical state. She left written several poems and a melodrama. Read more...

Bocca del Abati - (s. XIII)
Famous Florentine noble thanks to Dante. This poet, in Canto XXXII of L'Inferno, places Abati Bocca among traitors to their homeland for having contributed to the loss of the battle of Montaperti, won the 4 September 1260 by the Ghibbelin. Read more...

Joaquín Abati y Díaz - (1865-1936)
Writer and lawyer from Madrid, author of more than 120 comic works and librettos for operettas, alone or in collaboration with Carlos Arniches and Enrique García Álvarez, Antonio step, Gregorio Martínez Sierra. His work is notable for the simplicity of the plot and colourful detail. His most important titles are: among doctors (1892), a hundred maidens (1907); with step you wrote dogs of prey (1909), the pride of Albacete (1916); with Arniches, the tears of the Trini (1918), the BRIC-a-BRAC ( Read more...

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