Anthony of Lebrija
Anthony Of Lebrija or, with a Latin name, Antonious Nebrissensis, a Spanish theologian and historian, born in 1442, and died in 1522. He was appointed by Cardinal Ximenes professor at the university Alcala de Henares, and colaborer at the Complutensian Bible Polyglot. He was also biographer of Ferdinand the Catholic. He wrote, besides a number of works on classical antiquity, a
Dictionarium quadruplex (Alvala, 1532, fol.); Quinquagena locorum S. Scripturae non vulgariter enarratorum (Paris, 1520; Basle, 1543), a remarkable book, in an exegetical point of view, because it takes the original text for its basis. — Prescott, Ferdinand and Isabella, 1, 456.