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Tomás Antonio Sánchez de Uribe (Cantabria, 1723–1802, Madrid), was a controversial ecclesiastic and the first editor of several basic texts of Spanish Medieval Literature, including the Cantar del Mio Cid. He served as Royal Librarian.

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  • Tomás Antonio Sánchez de Uribe (Ruiseñada, Cantabria, 1723 - Madrid, 1802), escritor, medievalista, lexicógrafo y editor español.
  • Fu il primo scrittore che si occupò della leggenda del Cid Campeador, cioè della storia di Rodrigo Díaz conte di Bivar, esiliato ingiustamente dal re Alfonso VI di Castiglia a seguito di maldicenze di alcuni cortigiani.
  • Tomás Antonio Sánchez de Uribe (Cantabria, 1723–1802, Madrid), was a controversial ecclesiastic and the first editor of several basic texts of Spanish Medieval Literature, including the Cantar del Mio Cid. He served as Royal Librarian.
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  • Tomás Antonio Sánchez de Uribe (Ruiseñada, Cantabria, 1723 - Madrid, 1802), escritor, medievalista, lexicógrafo y editor español.
  • Fu il primo scrittore che si occupò della leggenda del Cid Campeador, cioè della storia di Rodrigo Díaz conte di Bivar, esiliato ingiustamente dal re Alfonso VI di Castiglia a seguito di maldicenze di alcuni cortigiani.
  • Tomás Antonio Sánchez de Uribe (Cantabria, 1723–1802, Madrid), was a controversial ecclesiastic and the first editor of several basic texts of Spanish Medieval Literature, including the Cantar del Mio Cid. He served as Royal Librarian.
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