Montano, Leandro a Spanish theologian, a native of Murcia, flourished in the 17th century. He was also known under the name Leandro of Murcia. He was a Capuchin monk, ecclesiastical inspector of Castile, qualificator of the Inquisition, and preacher to the king. Among his numerous works may be mentioned, Questiones regulares y reyla dee los menores (Madrid, 1645, 4to): — Commentaria in Esther (ibid. 1647, fol): — Explicacion de las bulas de Innocencio X (ibid. 1650, 4to): — Disquisitiones morales in primarm S. Thomas (ibid. 1663-70, 2 vols. fol.). See Antonio, Bibl. Nova Hispana; Saint-Antoine, Bibl. univ. Franciscana, 2:279.