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  1. Jacques Cartier (8139 bytes)
    3: ...ome the first european-inhabited area of that country.
    7: ...s Cartier has been found and the most familiar portrait (see right) was painted by a Russian artist in...
    13: ...and claimed the territory for France. During this trip he took [[Domagaya]] and [[Taignoagny]], the so...
    15: ==Second Voyage 1535-1536==
    17: ...]] ([[Montreal]]) and arrived on [[October 2]], [[1535]]. Much more impressive than the small and squal...
  2. Mary, the mother of Jesus (30135 bytes)
    2: ...and the [[betrothal|betrothed]] of [[Joseph the Betrothed|Joseph]]. The area of [[Christian]] [[theolo...
    8: ...hodox Christian churches, are based on [[faith]], traditions of the Church Fathers, and their interpre...
    13: ...there they found shelter in the inn provided for strangers (Luke 2:6, 7). But as the inn was crowded,...
    17: ...present at the inauguration of Jesus' public ministry when, at the marriage in [[Cana]]; her intercess...
    19: ...t is held by many Christians that she is again portrayed as the heavenly Woman of Revelation (Revelati...
  3. Vermont (39851 bytes)
    38: ...nch and Indian War]]. For many years, rightful control of the area was disputed by the surrounding [[1...
    46: ...their relatively low altitude allows for little [[tree-line|timberline]], form a north-south spine run...
    50: ...ng Vermont some of New England's best [[cross-country skiing]] areas.
    52: ...ch to the presence of a particular variant of the tree; it rather results from a number of soil and cl...
    58: ...the [[Iroquois]] drove many of the smaller native tribes out of Vermont, later using the area as a [[h...
  4. History of California (38344 bytes)
    5: ... populated by [[missionary|missionaries]] and fur trappers, to a land of opportunity and wealth, first...
    11: ...and, California|Santa Rosa Island]] are among the traces of a very early inhabitation, dated to the la...
    13: ...ada]] foothills collected [[acorn]]s from [[oak]] trees, ground them, and leached out the acidic [[tan...
    19: ...ries of [[Zihuatanejo|Ciguatan]], a wonderful country far to the northwest, populated with [[Amazons|A...
    21: ...Cortés accompanied expeditions in [[1534]] and [[1535]] without finding the sought-after city.
  5. Thomas More (15893 bytes)
    1: [[Image:Thomas More.png|250px|thumb|right|Portrait of Sir Thomas More by [[Hans Holbein the Young...
    2: ...man Catholic Church]], in which he became the [[patron saint]] of statesmen, lawyers, and politicians.
    5: Born in Milk Street, [[London]], Thomas More was the eldest son of...
    12: ...eror|Charles V]], More was knighted and made undertreasurer in [[1521]]. As secretary and personal ad...
    14: ...tion that entailed administrative and judicial control of much of northern England.
  6. Protestant Reformation (26890 bytes)
    20: ...conomic, political and demographic forces that contributed to a growing disaffection with the wealth a...
    22: ...d]], [[France]], and [[Spain]] the move toward centralization begun in the thirteenth century was carr...
    24: ...y]], and the [[Netherlands]] and new textile industries began to develop.
    28: ...hinking favored the notion that no religious [[doctrine]] can be supported by philosophical arguments,...
    30: ...he Northern humanists in its reinforcement of the traditional use of [[Latin]] as the great unifying c...
  7. Gerardus Mercator (3294 bytes)
    4: ...mage:mercator.jpg|200px|Gerardus Mercator]]</td></tr>
    9: ...r copper engraving of maps. He wrote the first instruction book of italic script to be published in no...
    12: ...on by sea, as compass courses could be marked as straight lines.
    15: ...ted versions of the maps of [[Ptolemy]] (though introducing a number of new errors). Maps of [[France]...
    27: * [http://www.walkingtree.com/ Mercators Atlas]
  8. Erasmus (18332 bytes)
    8: ...life of an independent scholar, unhindered by country, academic ties, [[religion|religious]] [[allegia...
    14: ...ntangling obligations; yet he was in a singularly true sense the center of the literary movement of hi...
    16: ...hree other editions - in [[1522]], [[1527]] and [[1535]].
    17: ...his writings, were in Latin, but were immediately translated into other languages, with his encouragem...
    21: ...se. Erasmus, however, dreaded any change in [[doctrine]] and believed that there was room within exis...
  9. Francis Drake (14963 bytes)
    7: ...as [[1535]]. The [[1540]] date is taken from a portrait painted quite late in his life. Francis was th...
    9: ...de the first English [[Atlantic slave trade|slave-trading]] expeditions.
    12: ...rces executed a surprise attack in violation of a truce agreed to a few days before, nearly costing Dr...
    13: ...cially acknowledge Drake's accomplishment. Such intrigues were typical during Drake's era.
    16: ...go]], the land seen to the south of the Magellan Strait, was not part of a southern continent as had b...
  10. List of philosophers (79981 bytes)
    5: *[[Pietro d'Abano]], (1250?-1316)
    15: ...eon Abravanel|Judah ben Isaac Abravanel]], (1460?-1535?){{fn|C}}{{fn|R}}
    33: *[[Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa]], (1436-1535){{fn|R}}
    102: *[[David Malet Armstrong]], (born 1926){{fn|C}}{{fn|O}}{{fn|R}}
    185: *[[Bernard of Chartres]], (d. 1130){{fn|C}}
  11. Knights Hospitaller (26158 bytes)
    1: ...alta''' (see below) is the main successor to this tradition.
    5: ... [[John the Baptist]], took in Christian pilgrims traveling to visit the birthplace of [[Jesus]]. It w...
    9: ... [[Margat]], both located near [[Tripoli, Lebanon|Tripoli]]. The property of the Order was divided int...
    15: ...] surrendered to the knights. They also gained control a number of neighboring islands, as well as the...
    19: ... the survivors were allowed to leave Rhodes and retreated to the [[Kingdom of Sicily]]. In exchange, t...
  12. Iron (23778 bytes)
    3: <tr><td colspan="2">
    5: <tr><td colspan="2" align="center">[[manganese]] &nda...
    6: </tr><tr>
    7: ...henium|Ru]]&nbsp;&nbsp;<br>&nbsp;<br>&nbsp;</td></tr>
    8: <tr>
  13. Chile (39914 bytes)
    1: ...ry in [[South America]] occupying a long coastal strip between the [[Andes]] mountains and the [[Pacif...
    6: {{Infobox Country |
    56: ...]'s first Spanish expedition south from Peru in [[1535]]-[[1536|36]] called themselves the "men of Chill...
    64: ...cognized the agricultural potential of Chile's central valley, and Chile became part of the [[Viceroya...
    66: ...apuche land to the south, and permitted increased trade between colonists and Mapuches.
  14. Tropical savanna (1816 bytes)
    1: ... and either scattered trees, or an open canopy of trees. Although rainfall is generally seasonal, riv...
    3: ... the northern parts of [[South America]] and [[Australia]].
    5: ... Lakes]] of New York, such burning killed all the trees and created [[prairie]] instead.
  15. Francisco Vásquez de Coronado (19760 bytes)
    11: ... been affirmed repeatedly and unfoundedly that Beatriz's father was a bastard son of King [[Ferdinand ...
    16: ...> The other component traveled by land, along the trail Friar Marcos de Niza had used. Coronado and Vi...
    18: ...ings and on November 17, 1539 Diaz departs on the trail to CÍbola, with fifteen horsemen.<ref name="a...
    21: ... were horsemen and foot soldiers who were able to travel quickly, while the main bulk of the expeditio...
    23: ... it was just a complex of simple [[pueblo]]s constructed by the [[Zuni]] Indians. The soldiers consid...
  16. Hernán Cortés (42809 bytes)
    4: ... Cortés, he fought them and won, using the extra troops as reinforcements. Cortés wrote letters dire...
    6: ...as an individual. As a result of these historical trends, descriptions of Cortés tend to be simplisti...
    14: ... [[Captain (OF-2)|captain]] of distinguished ancestry but slender means. Hernán's mother was Catalina...
    16: ...udy at the [[University of Salamanca]] in west-central Spain. This was Spain's great center of learnin...
    18: ...e two years at Salamanca, plus his long period of training and experience as a notary, first in Sevill...
  17. Hernando de Soto explorer (34946 bytes)
    5: ...anish nobility)|hidalgos]] of modest means in [[Extremadura]], a region of poverty and hardship from w...
    7: ...ghter, and tactician, but was notorious for the extreme brutality with which he wielded these gifts.
    12: ...tic Ocean]] and the [[Pacific Ocean]] in order to trade Spain's New World fortunes with the Orient, th...
    14: ... advance guard fought a pitched battle with Incan troops in front of the city, but the battle had ende...
    16: ...de Almagro turned him down. De Soto packed up his treasure and returned to Spain.
  18. Judge (10187 bytes)
    3: ...des over a [[court]]. The powers, functions, and training of judges vary widely from [[jurisdiction]]...
    9: ...udges all over the world continue to wear wigs, a tradition imported from the [[United Kingdom|British...
    13: ...ernment]], the [[judiciary]]. In a democratic country with a [[rule of law]], judges are supposed to b...
    15: In the [[United States|USA]], judges are not trained separately from [[lawyers]] and are generall...
    17: ... [[inquisitorial system]]. In [[common law]] countries, judges usually operate according to the [[adv...
  19. Green alga (4059 bytes)
    5: {{Taxobox_regnum_entry | taxon = [[Plantae]]}}
    10: **[[Streptophytina]] (Subdivision)<BR>
    18: ...era ''[[Trebouxia]]'' or ''[[Pseudotrebouxia]]'' (Trebouxiophyceae), can be found in symbiotic associa...
    20: ... by a smaller motile one (oogamy). However, these traits show some variation, most notably among the b...
    25: ** [[Trebouxiophyceae]]

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