The first part of the Conciliador, here in its original Spanish version, claims to have been printed in Frankfurt in 1632. However this is widely believed to be spurious. It is more likely that the work was printed by Menasseh in Amsterdam. Frankfurt, an eminent publishing centre, was probably given as the place of printing to increase the value of the book in the eyes of its readers.
This first part was translated into Latin in 1633. An English translation of the work appeared in London in 1842.