Lista degli Inquisitori di Coimbra

Dizionario di eretici, dissidenti e inquisitori nel mondo mediterraneo
Edizioni CLORI | Firenze | ISBN 978-8894241600 | DOI 10.5281/zenodo.1309445

The inquisitorial seat of Coimbra of the Portuguese Inquisition, after brief existence in 1541-1547, was permanently created in 1565 and existed until the final supression of the Portuguese Inquisition in 1821.

List of the Inquisitors of Coimbra presented below is taken from Collecciao dos Documentos, Estatutos, e Memorias da Academia Real da Historia Portugueza, Lisboa Occidental 1723, p. 470-485 (with some minor corrections), and completed on the basis of Maria do Carmo Jasmins Dias Farinha, Os arquivos da Inquisição, Arquivo Nacional da Torre do Tombo, Serviço de Publicações e Divulgação, 1990, pp. 323-328. It indicates only the dates of inquisitorial appointments to the Tribunal of Coimbra without indicating the dates of the end of the service of the respective inquisitors. The dates of the next appointments on the list are of no help here, since the standard composition of the tribunal of the Portuguese Inquisition included as many as three inquisitors at one time.

Inquisitors between 1541 and 1547:

  • Bernardo da Cruz OP, bishop of Sao Thome (1541)
  • Gomes Affonso (1541)
  • Simao Pires CanReg (1542)
  • Luis Pinheiro (1542)

Inquisitors from 1565:

  • Manoel Quadros (1565)
  • Luis Alvares de Oliveira (1566)
  • Sebastiao Vaz (1570)
  • Diogo de Sousa (1571)
  • Manoel de Veiga OP (1575)
  • Luis Gonsalves de Ripafria (1583)
  • Bartholomeu de Fonseca (1587)
  • Antonio Dias Cardoso (1589)
  • Ruy Pires de Veiga (1589)
  • Jeronymo Teixeira Cabral (1594)
  • Diogo Vaz Pereira (1598)
  • Joao Alvares Brandao (1603)
  • Gaspar Pereira (1606)
  • Francisco de Menezes (1611)
  • Miguel Pereira (1612)
  • Rodrigo Fernandes de Saldanha (1613)
  • Sebastiao de Motos de Noronha (1617)
  • Francisco Pinto Pereira (1617)
  • Simao Barreto de Menezes (1617)
  • Gaspar Borges de Azevedo (1620)
  • Miguel de Castro (1622)
  • Pedro da Sylva de Faria (1623)
  • Lopo Soares de Castro (1623)
  • Francisco Cardoso de Torneyo (1625)
  • Sebastiao Cesar de Menezes (1633?)
  • Pantaleao Rodrigues Pacheco (1634)
  • Luis Alvres da Rocha (1635)
  • Christovao de Andrade Freire (1635)
  • Diego de Sousa de Castro (1637)
  • Joao Trancoso Pereira (1639)
  • Pedro Duarte (1643)
  • Mattheus Homen Leitao (1649)
  • Alexandre da Sylva (1654)
  • Alvaro Soares de Castro (1654)
  • Pedro Borges Tavares (1657)
  • Manoel de Magalhaens de Menezes (1657)
  • Manoel Pimentel de Sousa (1660)
  • Manoel de Moura Manoel (1665)
  • Pedro de Ataide de Castro (1668)
  • Sebastiao Diniz Velho (1675?)
  • Goncalo Borges Pinto (1682)
  • Joao Carneiro de Moraes (1687)
  • Antonio Monteiro Paim (1693)
  • Joao Duarte Ribeiro (1693)
  • Jose de Sousa de Castelbranco (1695?)
  • Nuno Mascarenhas Brito (1698)
  • Paulo Affonso de Albuquerque (1698)
  • Affonso Cabral Botelho (1700)
  • Nuno Alvares Pereira de Melo (1703)
  • Antonio Portocarrero (1704)
  • Jose da Gama Lobo (1706)
  • Jose de Almeida do Amaral (1712)
  • Joao Guedes Coutinho (1715)
  • Antonio Ribeiro Abreu (1718)
  • Bento Paes do Amaral (1720)
  • Baltasar de Faria Vilas Boas (1730)
  • João Pais do Amaral (1730)
  • António Gonçalves Garrido (1741)
  • Sebastião Pita de Castro (1747)
  • José Xavier de Vasconcelos (1755)
  • António Vicente de Vasconcelos Pereira (1760)
  • Manuel António Ribeiro (1775)
  • José António Ribeiro da Mota (1775)
  • Pedro Carneiro de Figueiroa (1776)
  • Manuel de Almeida de Azevedo e Vasconcelos (1783)
  • Pedro Falcão Cota de Meneses (1791)
  • Luís Rebelo de Albergaria Monteiro (1796)
  • Bernardo de Vasconcelos da Fonseca e Albuquerque (1797)
  • José Pais de Sá e Meneses (1804)
  • António de Albergaria Monteiro e Vasconcelos (1815)

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