Anjos, Luiz Dos
Anjos, Luiz Dos, a Portuguese monk born at Oporto, lived in the beginning of the 17th century. He entered the Order of the Hermits of St. Augustine, and became confessor to Alexis de Menezes, archbishop of Prague. He conceived the design of writing the history of his order in the form of annals, and for that purpose traversed Spain, France, and Italy to collect materials; he, however, only published the Life of St. Augustine (Coimbra, 1612), and died in 1625. He also wrote the Garden of Portugal, an account of some of the saints and illustrious women of that country.