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Un auto de fe, el de Luís Alcanyís

Un auto de fe, el de Luís Alcanyís
Médico de prestigio y cirujano español nacido en Xàtiva hacia 1440, fue hijo de un notario de origen judío; artífice del primer libro preventivo sobre la peste, consiguió junto a Luis Dalmau la autorización desde Valencia de la primera escuela, Universidad de cirujanos de Europa, donde impartió clase como profesor de medicina, en el reinado de Juan II, quien les concedió además un privilegio especial para disecar cadáveres humanos en un momento donde la prohibición era lo habitual desde antiguo. Reconocida y elogiada su labor por muchos, inclusive el Papa setabense Alejandro VI, Luis Alcañís, fue quemado al igual que el hijo que le precedía en lo profesional, su mujer, y tres de sus hijas, por la delación de otro cirujano profesor de la Facultad de Medicina Salvador Abril, médico que deseaba fervientemente ocupar su cátedra, cosa que consiguió de la mano de la inquisición al ser quemado Luis Alcañís y el hijo que seguía sus pasos. Juan de Sangüesa, Juan Oltra, médico de la inquisición

A prestigious doctor and Spanish surgeon born in Xàtiva around 1440, he was the son of a notary of Jewish origin; Architect of the first preventive book on the plague, he obtained with Luis Dalmau the authorization from Valencia of the first school, University of surgeons of Europe, where he taught as a professor of medicine, in the reign of John II, who also granted them a special privilege to dissect human corpses at a time when prohibition was the usual thing since ancient times. Recognized and praised for his work by many, including the Setabense Pope Alejandro VI, Luis Alcañís, was burned as well as the son who preceded him professionally, his wife, and three of his daughters, by the denunciation of another surgeon professor of the Faculty of Medicine Salvador Abril, a doctor who fervently wished to occupy his chair, something he got from the hand of the inquisition when Luis Alcañís and the son who followed in his footsteps were burned. Recognized and praised for his work by many, including the Setabense Pope Alejandro VI, Luis Alcañís, was burned as well as the son who preceded him professionally, his wife, and three of his daughters, by the denunciation of another surgeon professor of the Faculty of Medicine Salvador Abril, a doctor who fervently wished to occupy his chair, something he got from the hand of the inquisition when Luis Alcañís and the son who followed in his footsteps were burned. Juan de Sangüesa, Juan Oltra, doctor of the Inquisition.

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