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Asilah

to very diverse interpretations. On its provisions were based both the Portuguese claim to Brazil and the Spanish claim to the Moluccas (see East Indies#History). The treaty was chiefly valuable to the Portuguese as a recognition of the prestige they had acquired. That prestige was enormously enhanced when, in 1497-1499, Vasco da Gama completed the voyage to India. - 1471–1475 By the Grace of God, King of Portugal and the Algarves, Note that when referring


Elmina

might be discovered east of a straight line drawn from the Arctic Pole to the Antarctic, at a distance of 370 leagues (league (unit)) west of Cape Verde. Spain received the lands discovered west of this line. As, however, the known means of measuring longitude were so inexact that the line of demarcation could not in practice be determined (see J. de Andrade Corvo in ''Journal das Ciências Matemáticas,'' xxxi.147-176, Lisbon, 1881), the treaty was subject to very diverse

interpretations. On its provisions were based both the Portuguese claim to Brazil and the Spanish claim to the Moluccas (see East Indies#History). The treaty was chiefly valuable to the Portuguese as a recognition of the prestige they had acquired. That prestige was enormously enhanced when, in 1497-1499, Vasco da Gama completed the voyage to India. Port factories After being marched to the coast for sale, enslaved people waited in large forts called factories. The amount of time


Sarajevo

-Hercegovina as well as most of Croatia. Filipović was assigned to a chaplaincy in the Rama (Rama, Bosnia and Herzegovina)-Šćit region (in northern Herzegovina). Jasenovac: Diverse Interpretations He did not take up the assignment. In January 1942, after completing his theological exams in Sarajevo, ''Sukob simbola: politika, vjere i ideologije u Nezavisnoj Državi Hrvatskoj'' by Jure G. Kristo, Nakladni


Brazil

discovered west of this line. As, however, the known means of measuring longitude were so inexact that the line of demarcation could not in practice be determined (see J. de Andrade Corvo in ''Journal das Ciências Matemáticas,'' xxxi.147-176, Lisbon, 1881), the treaty was subject to very diverse interpretations. On its provisions were based both the Portuguese claim to Brazil and the Spanish claim to the Moluccas (see East Indies#History). The treaty was chiefly valuable


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