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Juana de Dios Barbieto de Antezana

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Gender: F
Ethnic origin: Unknown

Biographical details

From a distinguished Potosí family (the Vicuñas). She married Mariano Antezana, a patriot who was beheaded by Goyeneche in 1812. She was persecuted by Brigadier Imáz and took refuge in the monasterio de Santa Teresa. She was later exiled, first to Potosí and then to Cuzco. Sucre ordered that her wealth, confiscated in 1812 should be returned to her. (Urquidi, 206-207)

Related by marriage to Manuela de la Tapia de Antezana?

Life Events

Other 1812Her husband was beheaded by the Spaniards and her wealth was confiscated.


Urquidi, José Macedonio, (1918), Bolivianas ilustres, heroinas, escritoras, artistas, Tomo I


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