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Description Historia de Galicia, Tomo Primero.
Source Imprenta de Soto Freire, editor
(Rijksuniversiteit Gent).
Manuel Murguía  (1833–1923)  wikidata:Q3055400 s:es:Autor:Manuel Murguía q:gl:Manuel Murguía
Manuel Murguía
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Birth name: Manuel Antonio Martínez y Murguía; pseudonym: Manuel Murguía; Manuel Murguia
Description Spanish writer, poet, archivist, historian, polygraph and journalist
Date of birth/death 17 May 1833 Edit this at Wikidata 2 February 1923 Edit this at Wikidata
Location of birth/death Q12383329 A Coruña
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