• Victorio

    Victorio

    Victorio (Bidu-ya, Beduiat; ca. 1825–October 14, 1880) was a warrior and chief of the Warm Springs band of the Tchihendeh (or Chihenne, usually called Mimbreño) division of the central Apaches in what is now the American states of Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and the Mexican states of Sonora and Chihuahua.

  • Victorio C. Edades

    Victorio C. Edades

    Victorio C. Edades (December 23, 1895 – March 7, 1985) was a Filipino painter. He led the revolutionary Thirteen Moderns, who engaged their classical compatriots in heated debate over the nature and function of art. He was named a National Artist in 1976.

  • Nelson Victorio

    Nelson Victorio (born October 7, 2000) is a Instagram star.

  • Victorio Spinetto

    Victorio Spinetto

    Victorio Luis Spinetto (3 June 1911 – 28 August 1990) was an Argentine footballer and manager. He played as a centre half, mostly for Vélez Sársfield in the Argentine Primera División, debuting with the club in 1932 and retiring in 1940. After retiring, Spinetto took managerial duties in the team, and held the position for 14 years.

  • Victorio Cocco

    Victorio Cocco

    Victorio Nicolás Cocco (born 23 March 1946 in Santa Fe, Argentina) is a former Argentine footballer. He played for a number of clubs in Argentina, Spain and Colombia and represented the Argentina national football team.

  • Victorio Peak treasure

    The Victorio Peak treasure (also seen in print as Treasure of Victorio Peak, Treasure of San Andres) describes a cache of gold found inside Victorio Peak in southern New Mexico. While there have been multiple documented expeditions to the peak, no gold has been officially recorded as being recovered from the site.

  • Victorio Peak

    Victorio Peak

    Victorio Peak is a high rocky outcropping in the Hembrillo Basin in southern New Mexico. This was one of Chief Victorio's hideouts, and was the site of a battle in 1880 between Victorio's Apaches and the U.S. Army Ninth Cavalry "Buffalo Soldiers." Additionally, gold prospector Milton "Doc" Noss claimed to have found hidden treasure inside the Mountains in the late 1930s.

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