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Mariana, Juan de, 1536-1624

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Personal name headingMariana, Juan de, 1536-1624
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Variant(s)De Mariana, Juan, 1536-1624
Mariana, J. de (Juan), 1536-1624
Mariana, Ioannes, 1536-1624
Mariana, Giovanni, 1536-1624
Mariana, Juan de, 1535-1624
Associated countrySpain
Associated placeParis (France)
LocatedToledo (Spain)
Birth date1536-04
Death date1624-02-16
Place of birthTalavera de la Reina (Spain)
Place of deathToledo (Spain)
Field of activityEconomics Spain--History
AffiliationUniversité de Paris
Profession or occupationTheologians Historians
Found inLa dignidad real y la educación del rey = De rege et regis institutione, 1981: title page (Juan de Mariana) cover (J. de Mariana)
MdU/G-K files (usage: Ioannis Marianae)
Gran enciclopedia Larousse (Mariana, Juan de; born 1535; died 1624)
Mariana, Juan de. De monetae mutatione. English. A treatise on the alteration of money, 2011: title page (Juan de Mariana) page 4 of cover (Juan de Mariana, 1536-1624; Spanish Jesuit priest and theologian; chair of theology at the University of Paris from 1569 to 1574 before returning to Toledo in Spain, where he remained until he died; in addition to his work on politics and economics, he is remembered for a magisterial work on the history of Spain)
New Catholic encyclopedia. Second edition: volume 9, page 160 (Mariana, Juan de; Spanish theologian and historian; born [i.e. baptized; see citation from the Diccionario biográfico of the Real Academia, below] April 2, 1536, in Talavera; died Toledo, Spain, February 16, 1624; entered the Jesuit order in 1554; studied in Alcalá; taught in Rome and Paris; he returned to Toledo in 1574)
Biblioteca Nacional de España online catalog, viewed June 30, 2020 (authorized access point: Mariana, Juan de (1536-1624))
Catto, Michela. La Compagnia divisa: il dissenso nell'ordine gesuitico tra '500 e '600, 2009: title page (padre Giovanni Mariana) page 177 (Juan de Mariana)
Real Academia de la Historia, Diccionario biográfico electrónico, viewed online on June 30, 2020 (Mariana, Juan de; baptized on April 2, 1536, at Talavera de la Reina (Toledo province); died February 16, 1624, in Toledo; distinguished Jesuit theologian and historian)
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