Caballeria, Pedro (Bonafos) de la
- (c.1450)Spanish financial official. He lived and worked in Aragon. He converted to Christianity and wrote the anti-Jewish work Zelus Christi adversus fudaeos.
Dictionary of Jewish Biography. Dan Cohn-Sherbok.
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Bonafos Caballeria — (died 1464) was an anti Jewish writer. He was the son of Solomon ibn Labi de la Caballeria of Saragossa and assumed the name of Micer Pedro upon converting to Christianity. From his early youth he devoted himself to the study of Hebrew, Arabic,… … Wikipedia
CAVALLERIA (Caballeria), DE LA — CAVALLERIA (Caballeria), DE LA, family in Aragon, Spain, prominent from the second half of the 13th century. There is information about its early connections with the Order of the Knights Templar, especially during the second half of the 13th… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
De la Caballeria — De la Caballeria, Marano family of Aragon, Spain, widely ramified, and influential through its wealth and scholarship, especially in Saragossa. The family descended from D. Solomon ibn Labi de la Caballeria, who had nine sons. The eldest, Bonafos … Wikipedia