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Manuel Milá y Fontanals (1818–1884)

Milá y Fontanals, Manuel (mē-lä’ ē fōn-ta-näls’). A Spanish scholar; born near Barcelona, May 4, 1818; died at Barcelona, July 16, 1884. He devoted himself to history, especially that of Catalonia and Spain, and was an authority on the Romance languages and literatures. Among his works were: ‘Catalonian Legends’ (2d ed. 1882); ‘The Troubadours in Spain’ (1861); ‘The Popular Heroic Poetry of Spain’ (1873); ‘Principles of Spanish Literature’ (1874); etc.