Burgos, Pablo De
Burgos, Pablo De a Spanish prelate, was born in Burgos in 1353. He was a Jew, and was afterwards converted to Christianity, baptized, and then took the name of Pablo de Sainta Maria. At the death of his wife he entered the order and became bishop of Carthagena, then of Burgos. King Henry II chose him as preceptor of his son John. He died Aug. 29,1435. He wrote some important additions to the Postils of Nicolas de Lyra, and a treatise entitled, Scrutinium Scripturarum (1591). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.