[kuh-mee-nee-uh s] /kəˈmi ni əs/

John Amos (Jan Amos Komenský) 1592–1670, Moravian educational reformer and bishop.
John Amos, Czech name Jan Amos Komensky. 1592–1670, Czech educational reformer


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