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Fray Buenaventura Abad - (¿-1766)
Friar of the order of children, born in Cardona. He studied at the school of Marseille, where he to mathematics. He wrote Amusemens philosophiques sur diverses parties de sciences et principalemnet de phisique et de mathématiques, Amsterdam, 1768 in 8th. He died in Marseilles in 1766. Read more...

Fray Matías Abad - (1550-1649)
Religious Spanish Franciscan, town of Cueto, province of Santander (Spain), whose date of birth is unknown. He died January 30, 1649 martyred on the shores of Urabá. Fray Matias was the founder of the missions of the Chocó, and is considered the "promartir" of the Franciscan province of Santa Fe of Colombia. Before joining the Franciscan order, he worked as a miner in the mines of Santa Ana, jurisdiction of Ladybug. Finding fray Matías in Cartagena as an inhabitant of the convent of Loreto in Read more...

Héctor Abad Gómez - (1921-1987)
Colombian physician specialist. He was born in Jerico municipality, Antioquia, and died in Medellín in 1987. He married Cecilia Faciolince who had six children. He studied high school at the General Santander school, of Sevilla, Valle. Identifies Héctor Abad Gómez in Colombia as the defender of human rights. He was researcher in health sciences, political, Democrat integral, journalist, writer and essayist. In addition expressed as a sociologist and anthropologist. It carried out studies of m Read more...

Abul-Cacem-Mohamed Abad I - (¿-1042)
First Moorish King of Seville, founder of the dynasty of the Abaditas; He died in 1042. His father Ismael-ben - ABad was originally from Syria. It reached as the confidence of the King of Córdoba Al - Cacém - Al - Mamun, and got the job of great cadi Seville with the Government of the province. When this lost the throne of Cordoba for the second time, Abbot became independent the year 413 of the Hegira (A.D. 1023), aided by the sheikhs and viziers who had won with their larguezas. He then retu Read more...

Abad II - (1012-1069)
Moorish King of Seville, son and successor Abbot I, born in 1012 and died in 1069. He was proclaimed King the year 1042, and passed through a Muslim unorthodox, because in twenty-five cities that formed their States, he founded no more than a mosque. He continued the war against the King of Carmona and the Allied sovereigns of Granada and Malaga. This relentless war served as an excuse to delay helping the King of Cordoba against the Toledo. But at the behest of the King of Badajoz was held in S Read more...

Abad III - (1039-1095)
Son of Abbot II, born in 1039 and died in 1095. He was proclaimed King of Seville in 1069 with the titles of Al - Motamed, Al - Jafer and Al - Mowaiad, a nickname that you have confused with other princes. Courageous and prudent, magnificent and ambitious like his father, was not cruel or bloody, and rarely abused victory. He excelled in poetry rivaling the King of Almeria, his friend, and protected as the letters and the arts. After a long war, he finished the conquest of the Kingdom of Málaga Read more...

Fray Manuel Abad Illana - (1716-1780)
Spanish religious, born January 1, 1716 in Valladolid. At the age of thirteen he took the habit of regular clerics of the Premonstratensian order candido. He studied philosophy in the convent of San Cristóbal of Ibeas and theology in the University of Salamanca, where he graduated as a doctor. I knew well the ecclesiastical and civil history and Hebrew geography. He was appointed chronicler of his order by what you wrote in two volumes men illustrious in the Religion of St. Norbert (Salamanca, Read more...

Mercedes Abad - (1961-VVVV)
Spanish Narrator, born in Barcelona in 1961.He became known as a writer in the mid-1980s, when his collection of stories entitled light sabbatical debauchery (1986) won the VIII Premio de Narrativa erotic "La Sonrisa Vertical".Within coordinates issues imposed by gender, this opera prima of the Barcelona writer presents the peculiarity of recounting the alleged links between two of the most famous characters in detective literature, Sherlock Holmes and his partner Watson, as well as meetings lib Read more...

Antonio Abad Ojuel - (¿-1989)
Journalist and Spanish essayist, born in Tudela (Navarra) and died in Madrid on June 26, 1989. Linking the world of bulls from a young age, he won prestige of bullfighting critic for journalistic contributions which, under the pseudonym of Don Antonio, published in the magazine El Ruedo. His Agile pen to a splendid bullfighting bullfighting of Domingo Ortega-based. He is also author of lineage and bullfighting Antonio Ordóñez (1987), and the work of Los Toros, written in collaboration with Emi Read more...

José Abad Santos - (1886-1942)
Lawyer and filipino politician, born in San Fernando (Pampanga, Luzon province) on February 19, 1886 and died in Malabang (Mindanao) on May 2, 1942, Secretary of Justice of the Commonwealth of the Philippines during the 1930s, whose tragic death during the Japanese occupation made him a national hero.Coming from a rich family of merchants, José Abad Santos was the youngest of seven children the eldest of whom was Pedro Abad Santos (1875-1944), also famous for being the founder of the Socialist Read more...

Pedro Abad Santos - (1875-1944)
Filipino revolutionary politician, born in San Fernando (Pampanga, Luzon province) in 1875 and died in Manila in 1944, founding Socialist Party, which joined the defense of the filipino peasantry independence aspiration and introduced the idea of the Marxist revolution as a way to solve social injustice in the country.Pedro Abad Santos was born in the bosom of a wealthy family of seven siblings, the youngest of whom, José, was also famous as jurist and politician. He received an education privi Read more...

Manuel Abad y Queypo - (1751-1825)
Spanish Bishop, born in Villapedre (Asturias) in 1751 and died in Santa María de la Sisla (Toledo) in 1825.LifeIt followed an ecclesiastical career, going on to Guatemala and in 1784 in Michoacan (Mexico), where he defended the rights of the Church and attacked the confiscation of Godoy in 1804. However two representations to the King, in 1799 and 1805, proposed social reforms making it impossible to the revolution. He returned to Spain in 1808, with the Commission request the cancellation or a Read more...

Ramón D' Abadal i Vinyals - (1888-1970)
Historian and Spanish politician, born in the town of Vich (Barcelona), on 1 October of the year 1888, and died in Barcelona, on January 17, the year 1970, after a bright and extensive professional experience. A member of an old family with a great presence and projection in the agricultural sector of the region Osona, Abadal was nephew of Ramon D'abadal i cauldron, a leading member of the Lliga Regionalista, in which the young Abadal began politically.He made his university studies at the Unive Read more...

Francisco Javier Abadía Como - (ca. 1770-1830)
Spanish General, born in Valencia in to 1774 and died in 1830.He joined as a cadet in the Toledo infantry regiment September 5, 1785. According to sources spent three years in Ceuta, Melilla eight and took part in the war of 1793, which was taken prisoner (1794), until the signing of the peace. He was Secretary of Godoy, in charge of matters relating to Africa. In 1801, he participated in the war of the oranges, and in 1808 in the Spanish independence, which was appointed brigadier of August 8, Read more...

Guillermo Abadía Morales - (1912-2010)
Colombian folklorist, born in the city of Santafé de Bogotá in 1912 and died in Bogotá, Colombia on January 21, 2010. Guillermo Abadía Morales was a prolific researcher of the Colombian folklore. He was a Professor of folklore at the Department of music of the National University, Coordinator and Secretary of the National Board of folklore from the center of Musical documentation of the Colombian Institute of culture. By the national radio of Colombia, Abad Gomez issued a series of programs Read more...

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