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Additional articles on this scanAmerigo Vespucci - A famous Italian navigator, b. at Florence, March 9, 1451; d. at Seville, Feb. 22, 1512
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Amerigo Vespucci - A famous Italian navigator, b. at Florence, March 9, 1451; d. at Seville, Feb. 22, 1512
Vestibule - A hall projecting in front of the facade of a church, found from the fifth century both in the East and the West