De Rada

De Rada is a surname of possibly Spanish origin. It may refer to:

  • Jeronim de Rada (or Girolamo de Rada) (1814 - 1903), Italian writer
  • Martín de Rada (or Herrada) (1533 - 1578), a Spanish Augustinian friar, missionary and traveler
  • Rodrigo Jiménez de Rada (1170 - 1247), A Spanish Roman Catholic bishop and historian

Other articles related to "rada, de, de rada":

Rubén Rada - Discography
4 ½” (SONDOR) 1971 “Tótem” (SONDOR) 1972 “Descarga” (SONDOR) 1972 “Rada” (SONDOR) 1974 “Camerata Punta del Este” (SONDOR) 1975 “Radeces” (AYUI) 1987 “Botija de mi país ... I (SONDOR) 1996 “Botijas Band con Ruben Rada” (ORFEO) 1996 “Montevideo” PLATINUM ALBUM (BIG WORLD) 1997 “Lo mejor de Rada’ Vol. 1997 “Miscelánea Negra” PLATINUM ALBUM (AYUI) 1998 “Rada en Colores”(Compilation) (EMI) 1998 “Tengo un candombe para Gardel” (Compilation.) (REMIX) 1998 “Black” PLATINUM ...
Martín De Rada - Legacies
... On June 26, 1575 de Rada and Jeronimo Marin, OSA, accompanied a delegation of officials to China ... De Rada wrote detailed observations on the Chinese people and their way of life ... In 1578 de Rada was once again placed on an expedition by the governor of Manila this was to Borneo, where there was rivalry within the family of the sultan ...
Rada (disambiguation) - People - With A Variant Form, "De Rada" As A Family Name
... Jeronim de Rada (or Girolamo de Rada) (1814 - 1903), Italian writer Martín de Rada (or Herrada) (1533 - 1578), a Spanish Augustinian friar, missionary and traveler Rodrigo Jim ...
Girolamo De Rada - Biography
... in Macchia Albanese in the mountains of Cosenza, De Rada attended the college of Saint Adrian in San Demetrio Corone ... It was in Naples in 1836 that De Rada published the first edition of his best known Albanian-language poem, the "Songs of Milosao", under the Italian title ... prince Nicholas Dukagjini), was seized by the Bourbon authorities because of De Rada's alleged affiliation with conspiratorial groups during the Italian Risorgimento ...
Girolamo De Rada
... Geronimo de Rada (Arbërisht Jeronim de Rada 1814 – 1903) was an Italian writer of Italo-Albanian literature ...