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211, 263, 270, 351, 364
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Aladdin, 72, 73, 218
Alani, the, 193
Albany, land of, 194
Albertus Magnus, 140, 350
Aldrovandi, 79, 140, 212
Aleutian Islands, 106, 255, 360
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237, 259, 353
Alexandria, 223, 353, 354
Algonquins, 81, 118, 119, 303, 369
Al Istakhri, 362
Alligator god, 338
Alps, the, 80, 191, 203
Altai Mountains, 55, 117
Alvarado, 323, 324
Alvares, Father, 178
Amazons, 2, 84, 118, 151-189, 207, 237,
362, 365, 368, 369, 375