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Florio, Michael Angelo (d. 1566x71), Reformed minister, author, and translator, was probably born in Florence or Siena, into a family of converted Jews. He joined the Franciscan conventual order under the name Paolo Antonio, but about 1541 converted to the reform movement, and started a wandering career as a preacher in several Italian cities. In 1548 he was arrested, tortured, and detained in ...

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Reina, Casiodoro de (c. 1520–1594), Reformed minister and translator, was Spanish by birth, probably from Seville or nearby Montemolín. The names of his parents are not recorded. After graduating from the University of Seville he was ordained and then joined the Observantine Hieronymite monastery of ...