.Joaquim da Silva Rabelo, later Frei Joaquim do Amor Divino Rabelo (August 20, 1779 – January 13, 1825), commonly known as Frei Caneca (English: Brother Mug), was a Brazilian religious leader, politician, and journalist who was involved in multiple revolts in Northeastern Brazil during the early 19th century. He acted as a main leader on the Pernambucan Revolt.

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  • .Joaquim da Silva Rabelo, later Frei Joaquim do Amor Divino Rabelo (August 20, 1779 – January 13, 1825), commonly known as Frei Caneca (English: Brother Mug), was a Brazilian religious leader, politician, and journalist who was involved in multiple revolts in Northeastern Brazil during the early 19th century. He acted as a main leader on the Pernambucan Revolt. As a journalist he founded and edited Typhis Pernambucano, a weekly journal used on the Confederation of the Equator.About him, Evaldo Cabral de Mello says: "The man in the history of Brazil, embodied the quintessential nativist sentiment was curiously a Lusitanian 'jus sanguinis'.""Whoever drinks from my "mug" thirsts for freedom!" (en)
  • .Joaquim da Silva Rabelo, later Frei Joaquim do Amor Divino Rabelo (August 20, 1779 – January 13, 1825), commonly known as Frei Caneca (English: Friar Mug), was a Brazilian religious leader, politician, and journalist who was involved in multiple revolts in Northeastern Brazil during the early 19th century. He acted as a main leader on the Pernambucan Revolt. As a journalist he founded and edited Typhis Pernambucano, a weekly journal used on the Confederation of the Equator.About him, Evaldo Cabral de Mello says: "The man in the history of Brazil, embodied the quintessential nativist sentiment was curiously a Lusitanian 'jus sanguinis'.""Whoever drinks from my "mug" thirsts for freedom!" (en)
  • Joaquim da Silva Rabelo, later Frei Joaquim do Amor Divino Rabelo (August 20, 1779 – January 13, 1825), commonly known as Frei Caneca (English: Friar Mug), was a Brazilian religious leader, politician and journalist. He was involved in multiple revolts in Northeastern Brazil during the early 19th century. He acted as the main leader on the Pernambucan Revolt. As a journalist he founded and edited Typhis Pernambucano, a weekly journal used on the Confederation of the Equator.Evaldo Cabral de Mello described him as: "The man in the history of Brazil, embodied the quintessential nativist sentiment was curiously a Lusitanian 'jus sanguinis'." (en)
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  • .Joaquim da Silva Rabelo, later Frei Joaquim do Amor Divino Rabelo (August 20, 1779 – January 13, 1825), commonly known as Frei Caneca (English: Brother Mug), was a Brazilian religious leader, politician, and journalist who was involved in multiple revolts in Northeastern Brazil during the early 19th century. He acted as a main leader on the Pernambucan Revolt. (en)
  • .Joaquim da Silva Rabelo, later Frei Joaquim do Amor Divino Rabelo (August 20, 1779 – January 13, 1825), commonly known as Frei Caneca (English: Friar Mug), was a Brazilian religious leader, politician, and journalist who was involved in multiple revolts in Northeastern Brazil during the early 19th century. He acted as a main leader on the Pernambucan Revolt. (en)
  • Joaquim da Silva Rabelo, later Frei Joaquim do Amor Divino Rabelo (August 20, 1779 – January 13, 1825), commonly known as Frei Caneca (English: Friar Mug), was a Brazilian religious leader, politician and journalist. He was involved in multiple revolts in Northeastern Brazil during the early 19th century. He acted as the main leader on the Pernambucan Revolt. (en)
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