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Ernest Hemingway Castillian Double Pedestal Table

The Castilian dialect, the source of modern standard Spanish, arose in the ninth century in north-central Spain (Old Castile) and spread to central Spain (New Castile) by the 11th century. In the late 15th century, the kingdoms of Castile, Leon and Aragon merged, and Castilian became the offical language of Spain. Today's Spanish language as we know it is Castilian Spanish. Seats 6, seats 10 when extended with leaves. Includes two 20" combination face leaves/

Finish: Acacia

Dimensions: 80"w x 46"w x 30"h Apron Height: 26"h

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