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San Martín de la Ascensión ¿de Ibarranguelua?

Lasa, Esteban and Múgica, Celedonio (1936) San Martín de la Ascensión ¿de Ibarranguelua? Revista Internacional de los Estudios Vascos = Revue Internationale des Etudes Basques (27). pp. 136-157.

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Abstract

There is a great controversy on the surname and place of origin of San Martín de la Ascension. Beasain and Bergara disputed the origin of the Saint until the Sacred Congregation decided, in 1867, that San Martín was named Loinaz and came from Beasain. However, Ibarranguelua was considered the place of origin of the Saint and several writings and articles that refer to this issue are analyzed. In conclusion, it seems that he was named Loinaz and that he did proceed from Beasain

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Uncontrolled Keywords:San Martín de la Ascensión; Iglesia; Church
Subjects:History > Specialized histories
ID Code:2120
Deposited On:03 Oct 2008 16:05
Last Modified:03 Oct 2008 18:52
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