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Diego de Romano y Govea         
Diego de Romano y Govea (1538 – 12 April 1606) served as Bishop of Tlaxcala (1578–1606).Catholic Hierarchy: "Bishop Diego de Romano y Govea (Vitoria)" retrieved November 9, 2015
Diego de Covarubias y Leyva         
  • ''Opera omnia'', 1734 (Milano, [[Fondazione Mansutti]]).
  • Tomb in Segovia Cathedral.
SPANISH BISHOP (1512-1577)
Covarruvias; Diego Covarruvias; Diego de Covarruvias y Leyva; Covarruvias, Diego; Diego de Covarrubias; Diego de Covarrubias y Leiva
Diego de Covarrubias y Leyva or Covarruvias (July 25, 1512 – September 27, 1577) was a Spanish jurist and Roman Catholic prelate who served as Archbishop (Personal Title) of Cuenca (1577-1577), Archbishop (Personal Title) of Segovia (1564-1577), Archbishop (Personal Title) of Ciudad Rodrigo (1560-1564), and Archbishop of Santo Domingo (1556-1560)."Archbishop Diego de Covarrubias y Leiva" Catholic-Hierarchy.
Diego de Vargas         
SPANISH GOVERNOR OF NEW MEXICO (1643-1704)
Don Diego de Vargas; Diego de Vargas Zapata; Diego de Vargas Zapata y Lujan Ponce de León; Diego de Vargas Zapata y Luján Ponce de León y Contreras; Don D. de Vargas; Don de Vargas; Diego de Vargas Zapata y Luján Ponce de León; Diego de vargas; Diego de Vargas Zapata y Lujan Ponce de Leon y Contreras
Diego de Vargas Zapata y Luján Ponce de León y Contreras (1643–1704), commonly known as Don Diego de Vargas, was a Spanish Governor of the New Spain territory of Santa Fe de Nuevo México, to the US states of New Mexico and Arizona, titular 1690–1695, effective 1692–1696 and 1703–1704. He is known for leading the reconquest of the territory in 1692 following the Pueblo Revolt of 1680.