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Arellano, Diego Molina Liñan y, fl 1646 (poet)



  • Existence: fl 1646


Diego de Molina Linan y Arellano, Senor de la Aldeguela, lived at Molina de Aragon, now in the province of Guadalajara. His works include the Fabula de Hipomenes y Atalanta; two dramatic prologues in verse in honour of the Blessed Virgin Mary; a prologue to a comedia by his friend Don Carlos Gonzalez y Andrade; and a poem on the destruction of Carthage.

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.7818
Scope and Contents A collection of autograph poems with many deletions and corrections. The pieces include two poems on the death of Dr. Juan Perez de Montalban (d. 1638); a sonnet in praise of D. Diego Sanchez Portocarrero's Antiguedad del noble i muy leal Senorio de Molina (Madrid, 1641); a poem on the death of Ferdinand, the Cardinal-Infant (d. 1641); two poems on the death of Queen Isabel (d. 1644); two poems on the death of Prince Baltasar Carlos (d. 1646); a sonnet on the execution of Charles I of...
Dates: 1638-1652 (Circa)
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