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Prince Henry of Portugal was known as Hnery the Navigator because A. he was the first person to round the Cape of Good Hope. B. he devoted his life to promoting exploration. C. he designed the
compass. D. he discovered America. E. "navigator means conqueror in Portuguese.
By process of elimination the answer is B. he devoted his life to promoting exploration I can find no record of him designing the compass. [ Bartolomeu Dias proved that Africa could be circumnavigated when he reached the southern tip of the continent, now known as the "Cape of Good Hope." This was his discovery. refer to; Any translation of Navigator gives no reference to Conqueror in
portuguese. ]
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User: Prince Henry of Portugal was known as Hnery the Navigator because A. he was the first person to round the Cape of Good Hope. B. he devoted his life to promoting exploration. C. he designed the compass. D. he discovered America. E. "navigator means conqueror in Portuguese.





Weegy: By process of elimination the answer is B. he devoted his life to promoting exploration I can find no record of him designing the compass. [ Bartolomeu Dias proved that Africa could be circumnavigated when he reached the southern tip of the continent, now known as the "Cape of Good Hope." This was his discovery. refer to; Any translation of Navigator gives no reference to Conqueror in portuguese. ]
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