Juan López de Hoyos (Madrid, 1511 - idem, 1583), est un écrivain et humaniste espagnol

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  • Juan López de Hoyos (Madrid, 1511 - idem, 1583), est un écrivain et humaniste espagnol
  • Juan López de Hoyos (Madrid, 1511 - ibídem, 1583), escritor y humanista español.
  • Juan López de Hoyos (1511–1583) was a Spanish schoolmaster and author who lived during the Renaissance. He is most notably believed to be the teacher of Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, from whom he commissioned several poems for a commemorative work on the life of Philip II of Spain's wife, Elisabeth of Valois.
  • Juan López de Hoyos (Madrid, 1511 - ibídem, 1583) fou un escriptor i humanista espanyol.
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  • Juan López de Hoyos (Madrid, 1511 - idem, 1583), est un écrivain et humaniste espagnol
  • Juan López de Hoyos (Madrid, 1511 - ibídem, 1583), escritor y humanista español.
  • Juan López de Hoyos (1511–1583) was a Spanish schoolmaster and author who lived during the Renaissance. He is most notably believed to be the teacher of Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, from whom he commissioned several poems for a commemorative work on the life of Philip II of Spain's wife, Elisabeth of Valois.
  • Juan López de Hoyos (Madrid, 1511 - ibídem, 1583) fou un escriptor i humanista espanyol.
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  • Juan López de Hoyos
  • Juan López de Hoyos
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