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Toribio Rodríguez de Mendoza

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Toribio Rodríguez de Mendoza (1750–1825) was a Peruvian academic. He was a precursor of national independence. He was a priest, a professor, and a tribune. Early life He was born on 15 April 1750 in Chachapoyas, while José Antonio Manso de Velasco, count of Superunda, was governing the Viceroyalty of Peru. When the Republic was born, he was next to his disciples, sharing the responsibilities of the first Peruvian Constituent Congress. During that time, Chachapoyas was a district of the Bishopric of Trujillo. In this city, the region's main political and intellectual institutions were found. Still a child, he was sent to this city to attend seminary. He studied Latin and prepared himself to continue ecclesiastic studies of more importance in the Seminar Santo Toribio de Lima (Saint Toribio of Lima Seminar). He entered in this seminar with outstanding notes. He stood out as a brilliant student and in 1770 he obtained the degree of Doctor in Theology in the National Uni
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