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Casas, Bartolomé de las, 1484-1566 (Nombre personal)

Preferred form: Casas, Bartolomé de las, 1484-1566
Used for/see from:
  • Earlier heading: Casas, Bartolomé de las, 1474-1566
  • Las-Kasas, Bartolome de, 1484-1566
  • Kasas, Bartolome de las, 1484-1566
  • De las Casas, Bartolomé, 1484-1566
  • Las Casas, Bartolomé de, 1484-1566
  • Earlier heading: Casas, Bartolomé de las, Bp. of Chiapa, 1474-1566
  • Casaus, Bartolomé de las, 1484-1566
  • Las Casas, Balthazar de, 1484-1566
  • Casas, Balthazar de las, 1484-1566
  • Las Casas, B. de (Bartolomé), 1484-1566
  • Casas, Bartholomew las, 1484-1566
  • Las Casas, Bartholomew, 1484-1566
  • Lascasas, Bartolomé de, 1484-1566

Bib. nat. (Las Casas, P. Bartolomé de, O.P., évêque de Chiapa; refs. Casaus; Las Casas, Balthazar de; B. de Las Casas)

Symposium Fray Bartolomé de las Casas: Transcendencia de su Obra y Doctrina (1984 : Mexico City, Mexico, etc.) Symposium Fray Bartolomé de las Casas, 1985: p. 7 (Los trabajos de la investigadora Helen Rand Parish señalaron que Bartolomé de las Casas había nacido en Sevilla en 1484 y no en 1474 como se creía)

Columbus, C. The log of Christopher Columbus' first voyage to America in the year 1492, 1989: CIP t.p. (Bartholomew Las Casas)

His Fray Bartolomé de Lascasas, 1908.

His A short account of the destruction of the Indies, 1992: t.p. (Bartolomé de las Casas) p. xviii etc. (b. 1484 in Seville, Spain; d. 1576)

Parish, H.R. Las Casas en México, 1992: p. 9 (b. 1484 and not 1474, the traditionally accepted date)

Purchas, Samuel. Haklvytvs posthumus, or, Pvrchas his Pilgrimes, 1625: v. IV, p. 1568 (Frier Bart. de las Casas)

Wikipedia, Sep. 26, 2012: (b. 1484 [not 1474], Seville; d. July 18, 1566, Madrid; Spanish historian, social reformer and Dominican friar; Bishop of Chiapas; in 1502, moved to Hispaniola with father; 1510, ordained a priest; witnessed numerous massacres and atrocities against indigenous peoples, and in 1514, began campaign against slavery; wrote many accounts on the mistreatment of indigenous peoples during the colonization of the New World; entered Dominican monastery of Santa Cruz in Santo Domingo as a novice in 1522 and took holy vows as a Dominican friar in 1523; appointed as Bishop of Chiapas in 1545; d. July 18, 1566, Madrid)

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