Domingo de la Anunciación

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The title page of Domingo de la Anunciación's Doctrina cristiana.

Domingo de la Anunciación (1510–1591), born Juan de Ecija, was a Spanish Dominican missionary in New Spain (now Mexico).

De la Anunciación accompanied conquistador Tristán de Luna y Arellano in his 1559 expedition to conquer Florida.

In 1565 he published a bilingual Spanish/Nahuatl book of Christian doctrine, Doctrina cristiana breve y compendiosa por vía de diálogo entre un maestro y un discípulo. It is his only known work.

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