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José Joaquin Olmedo

Olmedo, José Joaquin (hōsāˈ wäkēnˈ ōlmāˈħō) [key], 1780–1847, Ecuadorian statesman and poet. An ambassador to Paris and London after Ecuador's independence, Olmedo gained renown for his ode La Victoria de Junín [the victory at Junín] (1825), which glorified Simón Bolívar. His collected works in Spanish were published in 1977.

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