Luisa de Medrano

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Luisa de Medrano (1484-1527), was a Spanish scholar.

She was born to Diego López de Medrano and Magdalena Bravo de Lagunas. She taught in Latin at the University of Salamanca, and replaced Antonio de Nebrija.[1] She wrote poems and philosophy, though her work has been lost.

The Institute Lucia de Medrano was named after her.

See also

References

  1. ^ Pedro de Torres: Cronicón, Salamanca, 1508.
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