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  2. Don Juan Manuel | Spanish author | Britannica

    Don Juan Manuel, (born May 5, 1282, Escalona, New Castile—died 1348, Córdoba), nobleman and man of letters who has been called the most important prose writer of 14th-century Spain. The infante Don Juan Manuel was the grandson of Ferdinand III and the nephew of Alfonso X.

  3. Juan Manuel - Wikipedia

    Don Juan Manuel (5 May 1282 – 13 June 1348) was a Spanish medieval writer, nephew of Alfonso X of Castile, son of Manuel of Castile and Beatrice of Savoy. He inherited from his father the great Lordship of Villena , receiving the titles of Lord, Duke and lastly Prince of Villena. [1]

  4. Juan Manuel Márquez - Wikipediaárquez

    Juan Manuel Márquez Méndez(born August 23, 1973) is a Mexican former professional boxerwho competed from 1993 to 2014. He is the third Mexican boxer (after Érik Moralesand Jorge Arce) to become a world champion in four weight classes, having held nine world major titles from featherweightto light welterweight, including the lineal ...

  5. Juan Manuel Fangio | Formula 1®

    Juan Manuel Fangio. Many consider him to be the greatest driver of all time. In seven full Formula One seasons (he missed one recovering from a nearly fatal injury) he was World Champion five times (with four different teams) and runner-up twice.

  6. Juan Manuel Santos | Biography & Nobel Peace Prize

    Juan Manuel Santos, in full Juan Manuel Santos Calderón, (born August 10, 1951, Bogotá, Colombia), Colombian politician who cofounded (2005) the Social Party of National Unity (Partido Social de Unidad Nacional, or Partido de la U), later served as president of Colombia (2010–18), and was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2016 for his ...

  7. Biografia de Don Juan Manuel - Biografias y Vidas .com

    Don Juan Manuel (Escalona, actual España, 1282 - Córdoba, 1348) Escritor medieval castellano. Hijo del infante don Manuel y sobrino de Alfonso X el Sabio , heredó el título de gobernador general del reino de Murcia y participó activamente en las luchas políticas de su tiempo.

  8. Don Juan Manuel - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

    Don Juan Manuel (Escalona, 5 de mayo de 1282-Córdoba, 1348), nieto de Fernando III y por tanto miembro de la casa real, fue un notable escritor en lengua castellana y uno de los principales representantes de la prosa medieval de ficción, sobre todo gracias a su obra El conde Lucanor, [1] conjunto de cuentos moralizantes que se entremezclan ...

  9. Juan Manuel Correa is a FIA Formula 2 and World Endurance Championship Racing Driver for the 2023 season. JM has been on a 2-year FIA F3 and ELMS campaign, which was the perfect program for a competitive environment behind the wheel of a car that will help him achieve his ultimate goal.

  10. Juan Manuel Correa to return to racing after horrific Spa crash

    Juan Manuel Correa announced his return to racing on Monday after recovering from the severe leg injuries he sustained in the 2019 Formula Two crash in which Anthoine Hubert died. “Announcing my ...

  11. Juan Manuel Santos – Biographical* -

    Juan Manuel Santos, who is considered a statesman internationally, has summed up his recent experience with a short yet powerful phrase: “It is far more difficult to make peace than it is to wage war, I know it because I have done both.”. Fortunately for Colombia and for the world, he prevailed.