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  1. Christopher Columbus (44177 bytes)
    5: ...as John Cabot) was first to reach the American mainland (which Columbus did not reach until his third ...
    9: Unlike the voyage of the Scandinavians, Columbus's vo...
    27: In [[1474]], Columbus joined a ship of the [[Spinola Financ...
    46: ...vered less space on the earth's surface than commonly believed. Finally, Columbus read maps as if the ...
    69: ... vast interior of the North and South American mainlands would of course be largely mapped with the le...
  2. Israel (51605 bytes)
    1: ...1497;נַת יִשְׂרָאֵל, [[tra...
    89: ...tion of those territories in 1950 was recognized only by the [[United Kingdom]] and [[Pakistan]], whil...
    102: ...Palestinian refugee]]s - however, the resolution only refers to "refugees", arguably implying that it ...
    104: Israel is the only state that is barred from joining any of the fiv...
    156: ...i|Chief Rabbinate]] of Israel, have jurisdiction only in five distinct areas: [[Jewish view of marriag...
  3. Equatorial Guinea (13387 bytes)
    85: ...as risen to 360,000 barrels/day, up from 220,000 only two years earlier.
    107: ...io Muni lies between Cameroon and Gabon on the mainland; it includes the islands of Corisco, Elobey Gr...
    112: ...a are believed to have been [[Pygmies]], of whom only isolated pockets remain in northern [[Rio Muni]]...
    113: ...the [[Treaty of Paris]], and periodically, the mainland territories were united administratively under...
    118: ...gest tribe, the [[Fang]], is indigenous to the mainland, but substantial migration to [[Bioko Island]]...
  4. List of painters (54090 bytes)
    38: *[[Mariotto Albertinelli]] ([[1474]]-[[1515]])
    103: *[[Fra Bartolommeo]] ([[1474]]-[[1517]])
    1151: *[[Eduard von Steinle]] ([[1810]]-[[1886]])
    1152: *[[Théophile Steinlen]] ([[1859]]-[[1923]])
  5. Josquin Des Prez (6810 bytes)
    6: ...t ''La D鰬oration sur la mort Ockeghem''). By [[1474]] Josquin was a singer at the court chapel of the...
    10: Josquin only stayed in Ferrara for a year, departing in [[150...
    14: ...n his treatises on composition; and his fame was only eclipsed after the beginning of the [[Baroque mu...
    27: ...Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians'', ed. Stanley Sadie. 20 vol. London, Macmillan Publishers L...
  6. Ludovico Ariosto (4416 bytes)
    1: '''Ludovico Ariosto''' ([[September 8]], [[1474]] – [[July 6]], [[1533]]) was an Italian po...
    6: ... of the character of a patron of literature. The only reward he gave the poet for ''Orlando Furioso'',...
    12: On account of the war, his salary of only 84 crowns a year was suspended, and it was withd...
  7. List of philosophers (79981 bytes)
    214: *[[Anicius Manlius Severinus Bo봨ius]], (AD 480-524 or 525){{fn|...
    313: *[[Stanley Cavell]], (born 1926){{fn|C}}{{fn|O}}{{fn|R}}
    859: *[[William Stanley Jevons]], (1835-1882){{fn|C}}{{fn|O}}
    1061: *[[Philipp Mainl䮤er]]
    1252: *[[Richard Stanley Peters]], (born 1919){{fn|O}}
  8. Padua (12961 bytes)
    1: ...viera: a pedestrian walk along a section of the "inland waterway" or ''naviglio interno'' of Padua]]
    7: ...pper storey is surrounded by an open loggia, not unlike that which surrounds the basilica of [[Vicenza...
    17: ...he school of [[Francesco Squarcione]] ([[1394]]-[[1474]]), whence issued the great Mantegna ([[1431]]-[[...
    40: ...zo Visconti]] held the town, nine members of the enlightened [[Carrara family]] succeeded one another ...

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