Manuel de Roda
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Who is Manuel de Roda?
Manuel de Roda y Arrieta, Former Ambassador in Rome under King Fernando VI of Spain, King of Spain from 1746 until his death, and nominated by King Carlos III of Spain, step brother of Fernando VI and formerly King of Naples and Sicily till the death of his brother Fernando, Ministry of "Grace and Justice", which he held for 17 years till his death at the Royal Site of San Ildefonso, Segovia. There, he was buried at the "Christ Chapel" of this Summer Royal Palace deciding the King to pass his title of Marqués de Roda to Miguel Joaquin Lorieri, married to his niece Francisca de Alpuente y Roda.
- also known as Manuel de Roda y Arrieta
- born on (307 years ago) in Zaragoza
- nationality: Spain
- profession: Politician
- died on (233 years ago) in Segovia
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The Edinburgh Encyclopaedia (1832)
the following letter, accompanied with the stone to which it refers, to Don Manuel de Roda, Minister of State. * “In November last, an extraordinary occurrence, said to have happened on the 17th of that month, in a ploughed field at Sena, ...
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