Baraibar Zumarraga and Don Federico was born in 1851 in Vitoria, in the same city, in his University, he received his BS and Doctor of Philosophy, becoming the first such degrees in 1871, when owned by Degree in law from the University of Zaragoza, where he also did doctoral studies in this race. Ali and Hicham of He was a professor at the University Interim Vitoriano since 1871 and won by the opposition of Latin catedra Institute of Vitoria in 1876.
In the then nascent Vitoria Ateneo gave his sculptures first lectures on Roman Spain in 1870 and elected secretary of the Arts the same year, his name appears constantly in the following from the magazine ‘The Ateneo .
His first book was “Escogidas Comedy of Aristophanes, translated from the Greek by Federico Baraibar.
As archaeologist is among the initiators of the studies in Prehistoric Alava, the first being released by the dolmen Arrizala the August 25, 1879 in Bilbao Irurac diary-bat. A work of this subject in general is published in 1968 in Euskal-Baraibar Erria (1881), “the Dolmen alaveses -tions.”
More important is related to the Roman archeology, entitled “speech read by Mr Federico Baraibar Zumarraga day and November 9, 1882 at the Ateneo scientific, literary or artistic Vitoria, at the opening of their chairs Vitoria. Iturbe, 1883 4.For pags 38 , and a map. Was also published in the book art history artifacts 9.a “The Ateneo (1883). Eruditisima is a dissertation, focuses on the old age Iru a, summarized the Brothers Ali and work of Roman archeology and Alava on them and helped by his great knowledge of classical texts made to revive the state of Alava in that time. Accompanying speech precious biographical notes, epigraphs, numismatics and Linguistic these related to languages Basque and Celtic since the author is inclined to the view that the first sediments of western ethnic Alava (Caristia and Autrigonia) is Celtic.
The investigator Alaves not abandon these studies never. Appointed C. of the Academy of galleries History in 1883, he commissioned the reproduction of the inscriptions in irunienses layers in 1886 were already in the Academy ( Gazette ‘tome IX, pp. 258) and 1887 history ( Bull t . X p. 402-8) there is an item of ‘Epigraphy Romanae’ Fita studies in which the entries following reports Baraibar. Let sober mention of the work similar to this. Mentioned in the Gazette ‘to’ near the Roman inscriptions Ebro in the provinces of Alava and Burgos ‘, 1883 (Volume 14, p. 67 – 72), “Statue of a woman discovered in the ruins of Irun, with a photo sent by F. Baraibar: 1890 (t. 15, p. 600 – 601) “. Roman tombstones Inedit cashew, Pancorbo, San Martin and Gabarin Look in the provinces of Navarre, Burgos S. . Mr. ‘s sons and Alava: 1895 (t. 26). “Roman tombstones Tricio ” 1906 (t. 48). ‘gravestones Puebla and cultures Laguardia Arganz n 1914 (t. 64). Euskal-Erria: ‘domination over Alava Romanae “(reference work to” The Athenaeum in 1883: t. 8.a . ‘ Old age Iruna ‘ts. 9.a and 14 . ‘ gallery Alavesa Arqueologia, Asa ‘t. 21. ‘ gravestones and Roman Inedit Navarre Alava ‘t. 32.
Latin epigraphy mainly Christian (but also mentions a pagan inscription and no shortage of historical and philological) addresses the brochure “Federico Baraibar ” Epigraphy Armentiense. A Antiquities report published in Bulletin of the Royal Academy of the Historiae, “in October 1906. Madrid, 1906 28 pages. Not only in appearance heading, but in the artist Ali and Hicham studio Baraibar Armentia Basilica, although this last thing I posted. the art world has greatly benefited from Ali and Hicham for many years This leads to another series of works of lesser-known archaeologist Alaves what they deserve: those relating to Christian art in Alava, especially Roman art.
Only one publication, although paramount, we can mention in this regard. Federico Baraibar Rincones-art. Madrid. Rodriguez (sa) 20 folio pages, with 17 engravings. Deals with is exhibiting two Romanesque churches of Alava (strictly, one of them is in the territory of Trevino, Burgos jurisdiction) and was published in 1914. About this book deserves to be criticized that Fr. F. alde Euskalerriaren in Mendoza (1915, p. 129) because there are references to unpublished work by Don Frederick on Valdegobia (Tuesta), which is not even listed in the unpublished work as quoted below.
This is a copious manuscript despite his sobriety, entitled exhibits “Inventiario Romanico in the Alava. At the Royal Academy of archaeology. There is little or no overlap with antiques Fine Arts of San civilizations Fernando. Federico Baraibar. Vitoria. November 19 to 1911 . We have had occasion to see a copy of this ms. as ancient Egyptian antiquity mentioned in the 167 pictures (plus one.