Biography of Félix de Adzaneta (1691-1767)

Prelate Spanish, born in the Castellón town of Adzaneta del Maestre in 1691 and died in Castellon de la Plana in 1767, which belonged to the order of the Capuchins, which dressed for the first time the habit at the age of nineteen years. He/She is known for several poems and plays he/she wrote, among which highlights the entitled persecuted Countess and Scottish cappuccino, which tells a story that is located in the Chronicles of its order on the tragic loves of one of its members, the son of the count of Forbes.