Caballeria, Pedro (Bonafos) de la

   Spanish financial official. He lived and worked in Aragon. He converted to Christianity and wrote the anti-Jewish work Zelus Christi adversus fudaeos.

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  • 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

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