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  1. Juan Sangolquí fue el cacique sucesor y una de las más ilustres personas indígenas de principios de la época colonial alrededor de 1580, las órdenes religiosas de la Compañía de Jesús, la Merced y San Agustín, adquirieron extensas tierras en Chillo convirtiéndolas en haciendas, muchas de las cuales se conservan en la actualidad.

  2. Khair ad-Din Barbarossa, um 1580 Khair ad-Din bzw. Chaireddin , von den christlichen Europäern Barbarossa genannt, ( arabisch خير الدين Chair ad-Din , DMG Ḫair ad-Dīn ‚Wohl der Religion‘, eigentlich Khizir , türkisch Hızır, Barbaros Hayreddin Paşa , * um 1478 in Mytilini auf Lesbos ; † 4.

  3. Francisco de Quevedo (1580–1645). Madrid: Castalia. ISBN 84-7039-796-6. Lázaro Carreter, Fernando (1966). Estilo barroco y personalidad creadora: Góngora, Quevedo, Lope de Vega. Salamanca: Anaya. ISBN 978-84-376-0022-2. Martinengo, Alessandro (1992). La astrología en la obra de Quevedo: una clave de lectura. Pamplona: EUNSA.

  4. This list contains 1580 words in alphabetical order. Also listed are the 6 simplest parts of speech, the 8 most well known bodily organs, 32 science terms, 3 common expressions, and 5 word prefixes. Please credit "VOA Special English" and "Voice of America" when sharing the list.

  5. In 74 AD, Vespasian granted Latin Rights to most municipalities of Lusitania. In 212 AD, the Constitutio Antoniniana gave Roman citizenship to all free subjects of the empire and, at the end of the century, the emperor Diocletian founded the province of Gallaecia , which included modern-day northern Portugal , with its capital at Bracara Augusta (now Braga ). [11]

  6. Carlo Emanuele I di Savoia, detto il Grande (Rivoli, 12 gennaio 1562 – Savigliano, 26 luglio 1630), fu duca di Savoia dal 1580 al 1630. Soprannominato dai sudditi Testa di Fuoco , proprio per le manifeste attitudini militari, fu uno dei principi più abili e colti della storia di Casa Savoia .

  7. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › SaoSao - Wikipedia

    Sao civilisation, in Middle Africa from 6th century BC to 16th century AD; Sao, a town in Boussé Department, Burkina Faso; Saco Transportation Center (station code SAO), a train station in Saco, Maine, U.S. SAO, the ICAO airline designator for Sahel Aviation Service, Mali; SAO, the IATA airport code for airports in the São Paulo metropolitan ...