Juan de Ferreras y García (1 June 1652, La Bañeza - 8 June 1735), Spanish priest who became one of the founding members of the Royal Spanish Academy in 1713. Once opened to the intellectuals the Royal Library by a decree of 1711, and its real opening in 1712 the Royal Librarian Gabriel Alvarez de Toledo died soon and there were pressures from the Jesuits to get Juan de Ferreras appointed as Royal Librarian. He coordinated the formal royal decrees on the Rules of Use of the Library in 1716, stating that the Director should be the Confessor of the King.

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  • Juan (de) Ferreras y García (La Bañeza, província de Lleó, 1 de juny de 1652 - Madrid, 8 de juny de 1735) va ser un religiós i erudit espanyol, acadèmic fundador de la Reial Acadèmia Espanyola. (ca)
  • Juan (de) Ferreras y García (La Bañeza, provincia de León, 1 de junio de 1652 - Madrid, 8 de junio de 1735) fue un religioso y erudito español. (es)
  • Juan de Ferreras, historien espagnol, né à La Bañeza près d'Astorga en 1652, mort à Madrid en 1735. (fr)
  • Juan de Ferreras y García (1 June 1652, La Bañeza - 8 June 1735), Spanish priest who became one of the founding members of the Royal Spanish Academy in 1713. Once opened to the intellectuals the Royal Library by a decree of 1711, and its real opening in 1712 the Royal Librarian Gabriel Alvarez de Toledo died soon and there were pressures from the Jesuits to get Juan de Ferreras appointed as Royal Librarian. He coordinated the formal royal decrees on the Rules of Use of the Library in 1716, stating that the Director should be the Confessor of the King. In 1717, as retribution for the Catalan support to the Habsburgs during the Spanish Succession War, Philip V of Spain closed all existing Catalan universities and unified them under the newly created University of Cervera. The new institution actively recruited many former professors of the and, as a result, ended up under the influence of Jesuits. Further, the of Madrid, created in 1727 would be also strongly influenced by the Jesuits. As the Royal Library got as a rule to receive no less than one book printed in Spain since then, the amount of all kinds of information available to such people began to increase exponentially. (en)
  • Juan (de) Ferreras y García, född 1 juni 1652 i La Bañeza, provinsen León, död 8 juni 1735 i Madrid, var en spansk historiker. Ferreras var romersk-katolsk präst i Madrid och blev bibliotekarie hos Filip V. Han utgav Historia de España (16 band, 1700–27; ny upplaga 17 band, 1775–91; översatt till franska och tyska), som behandlar Spaniens historia till 1500-talet. (sv)
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  • Juan (de) Ferreras y García (La Bañeza, província de Lleó, 1 de juny de 1652 - Madrid, 8 de juny de 1735) va ser un religiós i erudit espanyol, acadèmic fundador de la Reial Acadèmia Espanyola. (ca)
  • Juan (de) Ferreras y García (La Bañeza, provincia de León, 1 de junio de 1652 - Madrid, 8 de junio de 1735) fue un religioso y erudito español. (es)
  • Juan de Ferreras, historien espagnol, né à La Bañeza près d'Astorga en 1652, mort à Madrid en 1735. (fr)
  • Juan (de) Ferreras y García, född 1 juni 1652 i La Bañeza, provinsen León, död 8 juni 1735 i Madrid, var en spansk historiker. Ferreras var romersk-katolsk präst i Madrid och blev bibliotekarie hos Filip V. Han utgav Historia de España (16 band, 1700–27; ny upplaga 17 band, 1775–91; översatt till franska och tyska), som behandlar Spaniens historia till 1500-talet. (sv)
  • Juan de Ferreras y García (1 June 1652, La Bañeza - 8 June 1735), Spanish priest who became one of the founding members of the Royal Spanish Academy in 1713. Once opened to the intellectuals the Royal Library by a decree of 1711, and its real opening in 1712 the Royal Librarian Gabriel Alvarez de Toledo died soon and there were pressures from the Jesuits to get Juan de Ferreras appointed as Royal Librarian. He coordinated the formal royal decrees on the Rules of Use of the Library in 1716, stating that the Director should be the Confessor of the King. (en)
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  • Juan de Ferreras y García (ca)
  • Juan Ferreras (en)
  • Juan Ferreras (es)
  • Juan de Ferreras (fr)
  • Juan Ferreras (sv)
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