Portuguese Marano of the sixteenth century, and son of Juan Pinto Delgado; born at Tavira, where he occupied the position of an "escrivão dos orfãos" (secretary of an orphanage). He is the author of "Poema Composto de que Era, o Argumento: a Violente Irrupão Feita Pelos Inglezes no Anno do 1596, Sequeando e Abrazando a Cidade de Faro," a poem narrating the circumstances of an English incursion in 1596, during which the town of Faro was stormed and sacked. The poem is dedicated to Ruy Lourenzo de Tovara.
- Barbosa Machado, Bibliotheca Lusitana, ii. 393;
- Kayserling, Bibl. Esp.-Port.-Jud. p. 41.