Guevara, Juan Beltran
Guevara, Juan Beltran a Spanish prelate, was born at Medina-de-las-Torres in 1541. He was sent on a mission to Naples, and wrote for pope Paul V against the Venetians; for which that pontiff rewarded him with the bishopric of Salerno. Guevara was afterwards bishop of Badajoz, and died archbishop of Compostella, in May 1622. His contemporaries designate him as governed by passion and given up to imagination... He wrote Propug.qnaculuam Ecclesiasticce Libertatis Adversus Leges Vehetiis Latas; etc. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.