Aleixo Clemente Messias Gomes

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Aleixo Clemente Messias Gomes (Panjim, Goa, 11 January 1873 - Panjim, 27 June 1957), better known as Prof. Messias Gomes, was a secondary school teacher, writer and Goan journalist,[1] author of several works on historical themes and co-founder, with Menezes Braganza, of the daily O Heraldo[2] (which appeared on 22 January 1900), the first daily to be published in Portuguese India.[3]


  • O reino de Chandrapur: Uma investigação archeologica, Bastorá, Tipografia Rangel, 1896.


  1. ^ Mário Cabral e Sá. "Eminent Goans". Archived from the original on 2 April 2013.
  2. ^ Henry Scholberg. "Journalism in Portuguese India 1821-1961".
  3. ^ "A Educação em Goa". WordPress.