Aragó

Aragó is a family name that descended from the kings of the Aragonese Crown. The kings never used any family name. All lines are now exhausted. The name originated from what is now northern Italy. ==Lines== ===Originated by four sons of James I of Aragon=== ===Originated by a son of James II of Aragon=== === Originated by a son of Alfonso III of ...
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Arago

(from the article `Neptune`) The other five known rings of Neptune—Galle, Le Verrier, Lassell, Arago, and Galatea, in order of increasing distance from the planet—lack the ...
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Arago

[Martian crater] The Mezcala Bridge is a cable-stayed bridge over the Balsas River in the Mexican state of Guerrero. It is part of Federal Highway 95 between Mexico City and Acapulco. ...
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Arago

site of paleoanthropological excavation near the town of Tautavel in the French Pyrenees where more than 50 specimens of archaic Homo were recovered ...
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