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Enrique de Villena (1384–1434)

Villena, Enrique de Aragon, commonly styled Marques de (vēl-yā’nä). A Spanish scholar and poet; born in 1384; died at Madrid, Dec. 15, 1434. He wrote: ‘The Troubadour’s Art’; ‘The Art of Carving’; ‘The Labors of Hercules’ (1483); ‘Treatise on Consolation’; ‘Fascinology’ (on the evil eye); ‘On Leprosy.’ He also translated the Æneid and the ‘Divine Comedy.’