Birth Name: Martin Behaim
Place Of Birth: Germany
Date Of Death: July 29, 1507
Cause Of Death: N/A
Martin Behaim was born on the 10/6/ of 10/6/, 10/6/. He was best known for being a Explorer. German explorer and geographer remembered for creating the Erdapfel, the oldest surviving terrestrial globe. He was a member of King John II of Portugal’s Council on Navigation and is thought to have aided in the discovery of the Straits of Magellan.
Martin Behaim was born in Germany. He moved to Flanders in 1477, where he worked for clothing vendor Jorius van Dorpp. His famous Erdapfel has been preserved at the German National Museum and is significant for being the first globe tilted to spin at the correct angle.
Martin Behaim was a 10/6/ and was born in the 10/6/.
Martin Behaim was born in 10/6/. 10/6/
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Martin Behaim was born in the Year of the 10/6/.
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Zodiac Sign: Martin Behaim was a 10/6/. 10/6/
Chinese Zodiac: Martin Behaim was born in the Year of the Rat. 10/6/
Ruling Planet: Martin Behaim had a ruling planet of 10/6/ and 10/6/
Martin Behaim’s birth sign is 10/6/ and he had a ruling planet of 10/6/.
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