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thumb|215px|Vicente Espinel
Vicente Gómez Martínez-Espinel (; 28 December 15504 February 1624) was a Spanish writer and musician of the Siglo de Oro.
He is credited the creation of the modern poetic form of the décima, composed of ten octameters, named espinela in Spanish after him.

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