Francisco Pérez Bayer

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Francisco Pérez Bayer (1711–1794) was a Spanish philologist, jurist and writer.

Works[edit]

  • Catalog of the Royal Library of El Escorial. Damaiuis et Laurentius Hispani, Rome, 1756.
  • Alphabet and language of the Phoenicians and their colonies, 1772.
  • Travel literature. Valencia: Institution Alfonso the Magnanimous, 1998.
  • Etymology of the Spanish language.
  • Archeological journey from Valencia to Andalusia and Portugal.
  • Numis Hebraeo-Samaritanis
  • From Temple Hebraeorum Toletano
  • Institutions of the Hebrew language.
  • Origin of Spanish voices derived from Hebrew.