lunes, 4 de octubre de 2010

Miguel Cid, el poeta santo.



En la Plaza del Triunfo, justo en la base del monumento a la Inmaculada Concepción, podemos ver cuatro esculturas de cuatro intelectuales sevillanos que defendieron en vida el dogma de inmaculada concepción de la Virgen María.
Entre ellas está la estatua del poeta Miguel Cid, un poeta del principios del siglo XVII, autor de temas religiosos, entre ellos , "Las Justas Sagradas", obra que fue impresa por su hijo en 1640.
Miguel de Cervantes, en su obra "Viaje del Parnaso" lo llamó el "poeta santo", por la religiosidad de sus versos.
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In the Triunfo Square, just in the base of the monument to the Immaculate Concepcion, we can see four sculptures of four intellectual Sevillian people that defended in life the dogma of immaculate conception of the Virgin Mary.
Between them there is the statue of the poet Michael Cid, a poet of the 17th century, author of religious topics, between them, "The Sacred Jousts", works that was printed by his son in 1640.

Michael of Cervantes, in his work "Trip of the Parnassus" called him the "holy poet", for the religiousness of his verses.

1 comentario:

  1. I do enjoy reading your Spanish - I wish I could speak it! Another interesting photo and post.

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