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Nor was Ponce de Leon looking for any mythical Fountain of Youth.
According to Allman: Ponce de Leon did not discover Florida in 1513.
What Ponce de Leon failed to find in one fell swoop, medical researchers have been chipping away at in recent years.10 Ways to Live Forever|The Daily Beast|February 22, 2010|DAILY BEAST
Instead he found Juan Gonzalez Ponce de Leon, a valiant suitor of noble, unblemished credentials.The Jewish Conquistadors|Edward Kritzler|December 21, 2008|DAILY BEAST
The fizz water must have something of the sort of thing that old Ponce de Leon sought.My Wonderful Visit|Charlie Chaplin
In search of this wonderful fountain historians affirm, that Ponce de Leon and his followers ranged the island.The Indian in his Wigwam|Henry R. Schoolcraft
Dolores Ponce de Leon was remarkable for the small size of her hands and feet, and for the delicate moulding of her features.
He marched straight for the quinta which had been held the previous day by the "Morenos de Ponce."
There was one corps in the army of yesterday which had no headquarters in the city, the "Morenos de Ponce."