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Sangallo

[ sahng-gahl-law ]
/ sɑŋˈgɑl lɔ /
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noun

An·to·nio Pic·co·ni da [ahn-taw-nyaw peek-kaw-nee dah], /ɑnˈtɔ nyɔ pikˈkɔ ni dɑ/, Antonio Cordiani, 1484?–1546, Italian architect and engineer.
his uncle Giu·lia·no da [joo-lyah-naw dah], /dʒuˈlyɑ nɔ dɑ/, (Giuliano Giamberti), 1445–1516, Italian architect, sculptor, and engineer.

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