Leonese language
The term Leonese (llionés), in the narrow sense described in this article, refers to certain vernacular Romance dialects which are spoken in northern and western portions of the historical region of L...
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Lucas Fernández
Lucas Fernández (c. 1474 - 1542) was a Spanish dramatist and musician, writer in Leonese language.He was born and educated at Salamanca, and was a professor of music there from 1522.Lucas Fernández su...
Asociación de Profesores y Monitores de Llingua Llïonesa
The Asociación de Profesores y Monitores en Llingua Llïonesa or APMLL (Leonese Language Teachers and Monitor Association) is a Leonese language association where are integrated the teachers and monito...
Asociación de Profesores y Monitores de Llingua Llïonesa - Wikipedia
La Nuestra Tierra
La Nuestra Tierra (Our land) was a weekly newspaper edited by the IDEL (Leonese Studies Institute) between 2000 and 2004. Its content was mainly about the Leonese territory and 30% of it was written i...
Bartolomé de Torres Naharro
Bartolomé de Torres Naharro (c. 1485, Torre de Miguel Sesmero, Extremadura – c. 1530) was a Spanish dramatist and Leonese language writer of Jewish converso descent.After some years of soldieri...
Bartolomé de Torres Naharro - Wikipedia
Pal.luezu dialect
Pal.luezu (also known as patsuezu, pachuezu, patsuezo, pachuezo, or nuesa l.lingua ("our language")) is a dialect of Asturian-Leonese, which is one of the Iberian Romance languages. It is one of eight...
Pal.luezu dialect - Wikipedia
José Aragón Escacena
José Aragón Escacena (born 1891 in Astorga, (León Province), Spain; died 1945 in Spain) was a Leonese language writer.He wrote "Entre Brumas", edited in 1921 and awarded in the IX Century of Leonese "...
Eva González (language writer)
Eva González was a Leonese language writer; she was born in Palacios del Sil (León Province, Spain) in 1918 and died in León in 2007. She has a dedicated street in León by her contribution to the lite...
Leonese dialect
The term Leonese (llionés), in the narrow sense described in this article, refers to certain vernacular Romance dialects which are spoken in northern and western portions of the historical region of L...
Leonese dialect - Wikipedia
Nodicia de kesos
In the early 20th century, Zacarías García Villada discovered the Nodicia de kesos on the backside of a tenth-century parchment recording a gift to the monastery of San Justo y Pastor, which was locat...
Cuentos del Sil
Cuentos del Sil (Tales of the Sil) is a Leonese language book written by nine Leonese language writers. It was sponsored by the provincial government of León, and two Leonese language associations: El...
Cuentos del Sil - Wikipedia
Diego de Torres Villarroel
Diego de Torres Villarroel (1693 – 19 June 1770) was a Spanish writer, poet, dramatist, doctor, mathematician, priest and professor of the University of Salamanca. His most famous work is his au...
Diego de Torres Villarroel - Wikipedia
List of Leonese-language writers
This is a list of writers who have worked in the Leonese language (Llingua Llïonesa in Leonese), a language developed from Vulgar Latin with contributions from the pre-Roman languages which were spok...
List of Leonese-language writers - Wikipedia
Severiano Álvarez
Severiano Álvarez (1933 – September 23, 2013) was a Leonese language writer. He was born in Cuevas del Sil (in the municipality of Palacios del Sil), province of León. He had two mentions in Leonese l...
Leonese Language Day
Leonese Language Day (Día de la Llingua Llïonesa) is a celebration for promoting the Leonese language developed in the city of Llión, province of Llión, Spain. It was the result of a protocol signed b...
Leonese Language Day - Wikipedia
Xuasús González
Xuasús González (born in León, Spain) is a Leonese language writer.He collaborated in Cuentos del Sil (2006) and wrote several columns for La Nuestra Tierra, a weekly newspaper in Leonese language.
Logos Dictionary
Logos Dictionary is a large multilingual online dictionary provided by Logos Group, a European translation company. It was started in 1995, and as of 2005 contains over 7 million terms in over 200 la...
Logos Dictionary - Wikipedia
El Toralín (association)
The Bercian Association in Defense of the Leonese Language "El Toralín" (Asociación Berciana en defensa de la Llingua Llïonesa El Toralín, in Leonese language) was a Leonese association from El Bierzo...
El Toralín (association) - Wikipedia
Asociación Cultural de la Llingua Llïonesa El Fueyu
The Asociación Cultural de la Llingua Llïonesa El Fueyu (Cultural Association of the Leonese Language El Fueyu) was a Leonese language association whose main effort was promoting the knowledge of Leon...
Caitano Bardón
Caitán Bardón (1881 – 1924), also rendered Cayetano Álvarez Bardón, was a Leonese language writer. His work "Cuentos en Dialecto Leonés" was one of the first books written in the Leonese language in ...
PuntuLLI
PuntuLLI is an association that promotes the creation of a top level domain in the Domain Name System of the Internet for the Leonese language and culture.
PuntuLLI has three main efforts:More tha...
Mikroglottika
Mikroglottika - An International Journal of Minority Language Philologies is a linguistic journal about minority languages. Mikroglottika's goal is to promote the study of the philology, phonology, s...
Juan del Encina
Juan del Enzina – the spelling he used – or Juan del Encina – modern Spanish spelling – (born July 12, 1468 – died late 1529 or early 1530) was a composer, poet and playwright, often called the ...
Juan del Encina - Wikipedia