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Brunelleschi

[ broon-l-es-kee; Italian broo-nel-les-kee ]
/ ˌbrun lˈɛs ki; Italian ˌbru nɛlˈlɛs ki /
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noun
Fi·lip·po [fi-lip-oh; Italian fee-leep-paw], /fɪˈlɪp oʊ; Italian fiˈlip pɔ/, 1377?–1446, Italian architect.
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Also Bru·nel·les·co [broon-l-es-koh; Italian broo-nel-les-kaw]. /ˌbrun lˈɛs koʊ; Italian ˌbru nɛlˈlɛs kɔ/.

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Brunelleschi
/ (Italian brunelˈleski) /

noun
Filippo (fiˈlippo). 1377–1446, Italian architect, whose works in Florence include the dome of the cathedral, the Pazzi chapel of Santa Croce, and the church of San Lorenzo
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