The Age of Exploration and Expansion
The voyage of Vasxo da Gama has customarily been seen as crucial step in the spening of trade routes to the East. Spice trade has been carried on by sea in the region since the days of the legendary queen of sheba Spice trade was being transported in Muslims ships selling from ports in india or the middle east Major impact of Islam came in the early fifteenth century with the rise of the new sultanate at Malacca The Muslim traders who had come to southeast asia for the spice trade, other would also covet that trade Catholic Europe had been confined to one area
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One major attempt to expand beyond those frontiers was the Crusades which largely failed Europeans had long been attracted to the East The most famous medieval travelers to the east were The polos of Venice One went to the new world to “serve God and His Majesty, to give light to those who were in darkness, and to grow rich, as all mean desire to do” The expansion of Europe was a state enterprise, tired to the growth of centralized monarchies during the Renaissance By the end of the 15th century European states had a level of knowledge and technology A final spur to exploration was the growing knowledge of the wind pattern.
Portugal took the lead in exploration when it began exploring the coast of African under the sponsorship of Prince Henry. Portugal discover a new source of gold around the hump of West African Cargo that earned investors profit of several thousand percent The age of exploration and expansion. Islam-is the monotheistic religion articulated by the Qur’an, a text considered by its adherents to be the verbatim word of God What was a major impact of islam?
Crusades-A medieval military expedition, one of a series made by Europeans to recover the Holy Land from the Muslims in the 11th, 12th, and 13th centuries What was the expansion of europe? Portolani- Detailed charts made by medieval navigators and mathematicians in the 13th and 14th century Who sponsored portugal? Portuguese set out to gain control fo the spice trade Admiral Afonso de Albuquerque established his headquarters a Goa Portuguese raided Arab ships, they took seven vessels, killing those on board and making some prisoners Their success was base on guns and seamanships
Portuguese by no means possessed a monopoly on the use of firearms and explosives Spanish attempted to reach the same destination by sailing westward across the Atlantic Important figure in the history of Spanish exploration was a Italian from Genoa, named Christopher Columbus Columbus reach all the major islands of the Caribbean, which is called the indies Venetian seafarer, John Cabor, explored the New England coastline of the Americas Their superior weapons, organizational skills, and determination brought the comquistadors incredible success Francisco Pizarro took control of the Inca empire
People in the new world were called indians Queen Isabella declared the Indians to be subjects of Castile and instituted the enomienda system Arrival of the European had a enormous impact on both the conquerors and the conquered Who established there headquarters at Goa? What was there success base on? What did columbus call the Caribbean? Enomienda- is a labor system that was employed mainly by the Spanish crown during the colonization of the Americas and the Philippines.
In the encomienda, the crown granted a person a specified number of natives for whom they were to take responsibility. Spice trade has been carried on by sea in the region since the days of the legendary queen of sheba. Spice trade was being transported in Muslims ships selling from ports in india or the middle east. Major impact of Islam came in the early fifteenth century with the rise of the new sultanate at Malacca.
The expansion of Europe was a state enterprise, tired to the growth of centralized monarchies during the Renaissance. Portuguese by no means possessed a monopoly on the use of firearms and explosives. Important figure in the history of Spanish exploration was a Italian from Genoa, named Christopher Columbus. Francisco Pizarro took control of the Inca empire. Arrival of the European had a enormous impact on both the conquerors and the conquered