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history exploreres

Leif Erikson son of Erik the red, adventurer
prince Henry the navigator he founded a school for navigation, financed research for mapmaker and shipbuilders, and he financed the exploration of Africa
Bartlomomeu Dias lead exploration to southern Africa
Vasco de Gama He went around the cape of good hope to India and back.
Christopher Columbus sailor from Italy who wanted to find a new route to India by going west around the globe, found the new world instead but thought it was India
Ferdinand Magellan Portuguese navigator who went to southern South America and then continued to India
Amerigo Vespucci went to South America and realized wasn't in India, a German map maker named America in honer of him.
Vasco Núñez Balboa found the Pacific ocean
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