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Diego de Avendaño         
Diego de Avendano
Diego de Avendaño (1594 in Segovia – 1698), was a Peruvian Jesuit, a theologian, jurist and moral philosopher. He was the author of the monumental Thesaurus Indicus, a study of the legal and moral issues typical of life in the Spanish-American colonies.
Vasco Núñez de Balboa         
  • Balboa 1-cent, 1913 issue
  • South Sea]], 1513
  • Balboa claiming possession of the South Sea (<small>19th century engraving by unknown artist</small>)
  • homosexuality]] (1594); [[engraving]] from the [[New York Public Library]]. The rendering was by the Flemish Protestant artist [[Theodor de Bry]].
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  • Tierra Firme]] 1513 – [[Castilla de Oro]]
  • Monument of Vasco Núñez de Balboa in [[Panama City]]
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Vasco Núñez de Balboa (; c. 1475around January 12–21, 1519)The dates 12 January, 15 January and 21 January appear in sources.
Diego de Aguilar         
Diego de aguilera; Diego de Aguilera
Diego de Aguilar (active 1587) was a Spanish painter, of the Renaissance period, active in Toledo. He painted mainly devotional works.


Diego Núñez de Avendaño
Doctor Diego Núñez de Avendaño (died 1607, presumably in Lima, Peru) was oidor (judge) of the Royal Audiencia of Lima, and for a brief period in 1607, interim viceroy of Peru.