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Report No. t239

Michael Aninyon



Alternative Names

Miguel de Aniñón



M’s dates are taken from the authority file of the Deutsche Nationalbibliothek, and we have not been able to verify them, but they are plausible granted those of his more solidly documented brother, Andreas. That M., like his brother, operated in Zaragoza, can be derived from the only printed work attributed to him. The cover page of what seems to be the first edition of the De unitate ovilis et pastoris (Zaragoza 1578) (TUI 1584 t. 13.2) identifies him as ‘doctor decretorum Caesaraugustanum et sancti officii consultor’. Aránzazu adds that he was schooled at Santiago de Huesca and that he was a canon of the cathedral-basilica of Nuestra Señora del Pilar in Zaragoza. She says that he wrote works other than the De unitate ovilis et pastoris, but the latter is the only one that she specifies.

Source: CERL Thesaurus. Mentioned by M. Aránzazu Novales Alquézar, in DBE s.n. Serveto de Aniñón, Andrés. Zaragoza, c. 1520 – 1592.

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