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Maarten Janssen, 2014-

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[1530]. Billete de Antonio de Medrano, cura, para su hermano Bernardino Díaz de Medrano.

Autor(es) Antonio de Medrano      
Destinatário(s) Bernardino Díaz de Medrano      
In English

Note from Antonio de Medrano to his brother Bernardino Díaz de Medrano.

The author asks his brother Bernardino Díaz de Medrano to request for him the making of a doublet, for which he dives him his measures. He also asks his brother to send him foods and a pair of shoes.

The sender of this letter was Antonio de Medrano, a priest in the churches of Navarrete y Fuenmayor (La Rioja). He was accused by the Inquisition of Logroño in 1526 of the crime of 'heretical propositions'. The three letters he sent to Juana López initiated the charges, which were truly motivated by the desire of the Cabredo family to deprive Antonio de Medrano of the power he had in Navarrete y Fuenmayor. The defendant was convicted to abjuration 'de levi' and to pay 100 golden 'ducados'. He was forbidden of preaching in private residences and of delivering the communion to under aged Catholics. In 1530 he was charged once more by the Inquisition of Toledo of 'Alumbrismo' and Epicureanism and convicted to abjuration 'de vehementi' in a public 'auto-da-fé', to life imprisonment in a monastery, the suspension of his priesthood for two years and the payment of 30,000 'maravedíes'.

The notes sent by Antonio de Medrano to his brother Bernardino Díaz de Medrano, asking him to take him certain foods and tools to the jail, were handed over to the prosecutor of the Holy Office, who joined them to the proceedings as a proof of the epicureanism of the accused, because these notes allegedly proved that he was interested only in eating and drinking well.

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señor
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por me hazer md luego mañana me haga haze un jubon de vocara muy bueno
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y el anchor de la pretina sean çinco palmos de los suyos quato los pudiere estirar
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y aRyba en l pecho quatro palmos y una mano.
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en lo demas cortese a su medida
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la manga sea de ancha un palmo y una mano otorgada en la vocamanga
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e la buelta hagale echar un poco de Raso o terçiopelo.
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y hagase luego porq padezco mucha calor.
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ebyeme unos çapatos de una suela a su medida.
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y enbie carbo q sea bueno.
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y enbie vynagre, y vyno tinto.
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y este alegre y dios le de el gualardon de qua bueno es todo lo q nos ebya.
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y quato mas pudiere nos ebye asado a las tardes porq hago muy grand tripa.
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nro señor le haga todo suyo y negoçie como salgamos de aqui presto

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