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Arias Montanus, Benedictus

(bĕnədĭk`təs ā`rēəs mŏntā`nəs), or

Benito Arias Montano

(bānē`tō ä`ryäs mōntä`nō), 1527–98, Spanish Benedictine monk, editor of the Antwerp Polyglot BiblePolyglot Bible
, Bible in which different texts, often in different languages, are laid out in parallel columns. Polyglot Bibles serve as tools for textual criticism. Origen's Hexapla was the most famous ancient example.
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. He attended the Council of Trent (1562).
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Ciertamente no es mi intencion presentar la Ortografia castellana como una obra cuya genesis deba buscarse en los sentimientos de venganza de un judeoconverso resentido; hacerlo limitaria gravemente los alcances extraordinarios de la obra y su dependencia con otros aspectos interesantisimos como su anclaje dentro del discurso de una incipiente burguesia castellana o su relacion con el empirismo academico actualizado por el cenaculo sevillano de Benito Arias Montano y su discipulo Pedro de Valencia, a quienes Aleman con gran seguridad conocio y trato.
Benito Arias Montano y los humanistas de su tiempo.
The first two chapters give an adequate etat de la question and information about Benito Arias Montano or the Family of Love.
60), himself a Bible student in Alcala of the Augustinian friar Dionisio Vazquez, introduced to the Hebrew Scriptures most of the leading biblicists of the sixteenth-century Spanish schools: Benito Arias Montano (1527-98), Martin Martinez de Cantalapiedra, Juan de Mariana, probably Sixto de Siena (1520-69), Pedro de Fuentiduena, and fray Luis de Leon (Morocho Gayo et al.
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Chapter three's argument concerning Luca Cambiaso's Gloria cites Benito Arias Montano as a likely advisor and reliably orthodox source, in contrast to the "Hermetic and magical world of Llull and Herrera" from which the author wishes, justifiably, to distance the iconographic project (84-86).