- João de [zhwoun duh] /ʒwãʊ̃ də/, the Portuguese Livy, 1496–1570, Portuguese historian.
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Gómez and Barros have been charged with forced slavery, inflicting bodily harm on a child and false imprisonment.
She knew that Gómez and Barros were supposed to have her sister, but they had told her she ran away years before.
A dead Dutchman would have the weight of a fairy alongside Barros.The Frozen Pirate
W. Clark Russell
The name of one of these is supplied by Castanheda and Barros.
Barros says that the instrument consisted of three taboas or plates.
The succeeding decades, from the 5th to the 13th, are not written by Barros.
His first Decade overlaps Barros, and his history goes from 1526 to 1600.Rulers of India: Albuquerque
Henry Morse Stephens
- João de (ʒu[~ə]u ˈdəː). 1496–1570, Portuguese historian: noted for his history of the Portuguese in the East Indies, Décadas da Ásia (1552–1615)
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