Enzinas Jayme De
Enzinas Jayme de a Spanish Protestant, brother of the preceding (known, like his brother, bythe name Dryander), studied at Louvain and Paris, and embraced Reformed principles. At the request of his father he returned to Italy, and remained there in great uneasiness for some years. He was preparing to rejoin his brother in Germany when he was denounced before the Inquisition as a heretic. He was tried, condemned, and burnt alive in 1546. — McCrie,, Reformation in Spain, chapter 5.