Manuel de Faria e Sousa (Portuguese pronunciation: [mɐnuˈɛɫ dɨ fɐˈɾiɐ i ˈsozɐ]; Spanish: Faria y Sousa; 18 March 1590 – 3 June 1649) was a Portuguese historian and poet, frequently writing in Spanish. Portrait of Manuel de Faria e Sousa in Ásia portuguesa There are English translations by J. Stevens of the History of Portugal (London, 1698), and of Portuguese Asia (London, 1695).

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  • Manuel de Faria e Sousa (Portuguese pronunciation: [mɐnuˈɛɫ dɨ fɐˈɾiɐ i ˈsozɐ]; Spanish: Faria y Sousa; 18 March 1590 – 3 June 1649) was a Portuguese historian and poet, frequently writing in Spanish. Portrait of Manuel de Faria e Sousa in Ásia portuguesa He was born of an ancient Portuguese family, probably at Pombeiro, studied in Braga for some years, and when about fourteen entered the service of the Bishop of Porto. With the exception of about four years, from 1631 to 1634, during which he was a member of the Portuguese embassy in Rome, the greater part of his later life was spent at Madrid, and there he died in June 1649. He was married to Catarina Machado, the "Albania" of his poems, enabled him to lead a studious domestic life, dividing his cares and affections between his children and his books. His first important work, an Epitome de las historias Portuguezas (Madrid, 1628), was favorably received; but some passages in his enormous commentary upon Portuguese epic Os Lusíadas, the poem of Luís de Camões, excited the suspicion of the inquisitors, caused his temporary incarceration, and led to the permanent loss of his official salary. In spite of the enthusiasm which is said to have prescribed to him the daily task of twelve folio pages, death overtook him before he had completed his greatest enterprise, a history of the Portuguese in all parts of the world. Several portions of the work appeared at Lisbon after his death, under the editorship of Captain Faria e Sousa : Europa Portugueza (1667, 3 vols.); Ásia Portugueza (1666–1675, 3 vols.); África Portugueza (1681). As a poet Faria e Sousa was nearly as prolific; but his poems are vitiated by the prevailing Gongorism of his time. They were for the most part collected in the Noches claras (Madrid, 1624–1626), and the Fuente de Aganipe, of which four volumes were published at Madrid in 1644-1646. He also wrote, from information supplied by P. A. Semmedo, Imperio de China i cultura evangelica en ~l (Madrid, 1642); and translated and completed the Nobiliário of the Count of Barcelos. There are English translations by J. Stevens of the History of Portugal (London, 1698), and of Portuguese Asia (London, 1695). (en)
  • Manuel de Faria e Sousa (prononciation IPA [mɐ.nu.'ɛɫ dɨ fɐ.'ɾi.ɐ i 'so.zɐ]; en espagnol "Faria y Sousa"), (18 mars 1590 à Souto - 3 juin 1649 à Madrid) est un historien et poète portugais. (fr)
  • Manuel de Faria e Sousa o Manuel Farías y Sosa (Pombeiro, 18 de marzo 1590 - Madrid, 3 de junio 1649) fue un escritor, poeta, crítico, historiador, filólogo y moralista portugués. Sus obras fueron casi todas escritas en castellano. (es)
  • Manuel de Faria e Sousa (* 18. März 1590 auf der Quinta da Caravela, Pombeiro, Portugal; † 3. Juni 1649 in Madrid, Spanien) war ein portugiesischer Schriftsteller, der hauptsächlich als Dichter, Historiker und Herausgeber tätig war. Sein Werk schrieb er ausschließlich in kastilisch. Auch gilt er als erster bedeutender Camões-Forscher. (de)
  • Manuel de Faria e Sousa (Felgueiras, Pombeiro de Ribavizela, 18 de março de 1590 — Madrid, 3 de junho de 1649) foi um fidalgo, humanista, escritor, poeta, critico, historiador, filólogo e moralista português. As suas obras foram quase todas escritas em língua castelhana, pátria que adoptou. Foi Comendador da Ordem de Cristo. (pt)
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  • Manuel de Faria e Sousa (prononciation IPA [mɐ.nu.'ɛɫ dɨ fɐ.'ɾi.ɐ i 'so.zɐ]; en espagnol "Faria y Sousa"), (18 mars 1590 à Souto - 3 juin 1649 à Madrid) est un historien et poète portugais. (fr)
  • Manuel de Faria e Sousa o Manuel Farías y Sosa (Pombeiro, 18 de marzo 1590 - Madrid, 3 de junio 1649) fue un escritor, poeta, crítico, historiador, filólogo y moralista portugués. Sus obras fueron casi todas escritas en castellano. (es)
  • Manuel de Faria e Sousa (* 18. März 1590 auf der Quinta da Caravela, Pombeiro, Portugal; † 3. Juni 1649 in Madrid, Spanien) war ein portugiesischer Schriftsteller, der hauptsächlich als Dichter, Historiker und Herausgeber tätig war. Sein Werk schrieb er ausschließlich in kastilisch. Auch gilt er als erster bedeutender Camões-Forscher. (de)
  • Manuel de Faria e Sousa (Felgueiras, Pombeiro de Ribavizela, 18 de março de 1590 — Madrid, 3 de junho de 1649) foi um fidalgo, humanista, escritor, poeta, critico, historiador, filólogo e moralista português. As suas obras foram quase todas escritas em língua castelhana, pátria que adoptou. Foi Comendador da Ordem de Cristo. (pt)
  • Manuel de Faria e Sousa (Portuguese pronunciation: [mɐnuˈɛɫ dɨ fɐˈɾiɐ i ˈsozɐ]; Spanish: Faria y Sousa; 18 March 1590 – 3 June 1649) was a Portuguese historian and poet, frequently writing in Spanish. Portrait of Manuel de Faria e Sousa in Ásia portuguesa There are English translations by J. Stevens of the History of Portugal (London, 1698), and of Portuguese Asia (London, 1695). (en)
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