Person - Bello, Andrés (1781-1865)

Bello, Andrés (1781-1865)

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1781-11-29 - Santiago (Región Metropolitana de Santiago, Chile)  1865-10-15

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Andrés de Jesús María y José Bello López (Caracas, November 29, 1781 ? Santiago de Chile, October 15, 1865). He was a thinker, lawyer, educator and Venezuelan poet. He lived in Venezuela, from 1810 to 1829 and moved to London as a representative of the movement of the independence of his country. He was the editor of ?El Censor Americano, La Biblioteca Americana? - The American Censor, the American library -and Director of ?El Repertorio Americano? - The American Repertory -. The rest of his life, he lived in Chile where he was called to organize public education. Chancellor of the new University; he wrote the Chilean Civil Code (1855), and wrote one of the oldest treated in International law. As poet, he wrote works such as: ?Gramática de la lengua castellana? (1847) y ?Ortología y Métrica? (1835).

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Miranda, Francisco de (1750-1816)  ( He/She/It collaborated with )

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Biblioteca Nacional de España

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