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Ships of the Dutch East India Company, English found. Dutch occupy, Portuguese forts, English establish, Massachusetts in Indian Ocean colonial empire in. Bay Colony trading areas North America Chapter Overview. Visit the Glencoe World, History Web site at, wh glencoe com and click. 1630 1660 1690 1720 1750, on Chapter 13 Chapter, Overview to preview. World map 1630 chapter information, Burmese sack, Thai capital.
Discovery of Magellan Strait by an unknown artist, Magellan Sails Around the World. C onvinced that he could find a sea passage to Asia through. the Western Hemisphere the Portuguese explorer Ferdi. nand Magellan persuaded the king of Spain to finance his voy. age On September 20 1519 Magellan set sail on the Atlantic. Why It Matters, At the beginning of the sixteenth, Ocean with five ships and a Spanish crew of about 250 men. century European adventurers, After reaching South America Magellan s fleet moved launched their small fleets into the. down the coast in search of a strait or sea passage that vast reaches of the Atlantic Ocean. would take them through America His Spanish ship captains They were hardly aware that they. thought he was crazy The fool is obsessed with his search were beginning a new era not only. for a strait one remarked for Europe but also for the peoples. At last in November 1520 Magellan passed through a nar of Asia Africa and the Americas. row waterway later named the Strait of Magellan and These European voyages marked. emerged in the Pacific Ocean the beginning of a process that led. which he called the Pacific Sea ATLANTIC to radical changes in the political. SOUTH OCEAN economic and cultural life of the, Magellan reckoned that it AMERICA. entire non Western world, would be a short distance Strait of.
from there to the Spice Islands Magellan, History and You Create a map. of the East PACIFIC to scale that shows Spain South. Week after week he and his SEA America and the Philippines Draw. crew sailed on across the Pacific the route Magellan took from Spain. as their food supplies dwindled At last they reached the to the Philippines If the voyage took. Philippines named after the future King Philip II of Spain about 20 months how many miles. There Magellan was killed by the native peoples Only one of each day on average did Magellan. travel How long would a similar, his original fleet of five ships returned to Spain but Magellan. sea voyage take today, is still remembered as the first person to sail around the world. Exploration, and Expansion, Guide to Reading, Main Ideas People to Identify Reading Strategy. In the fifteenth century Europeans Vasco da Gama Christopher Columbus Summarizing Information Use a chart. began to explore the world John Cabot Amerigo Vespucci Francisco like the one below to list reasons why. Portugal Spain the Dutch Republic and Pizarro Ferdinand Magellan Melaka a port on the Malay Peninsula. England reached new economic heights was important to the Portuguese. through worldwide trade Places to Locate, Portugal Africa Melaka Cuba Importance of Melaka.
conquistador colony mercantilism Preview Questions. balance of trade 1 Why did Europeans travel to Asia. 2 What impact did European expansion, have on the conquerors and the. Preview of Events, 1480 1495 1510 1525 1540 1555, 1488 1494 1500 1550. Bartholomeu Dias rounds The Treaty of Tordesillas Pedro Cabral lands Spanish gain control. the Cape of Good Hope divides the Americas in South America of northern Mexico. Voices from the Past, In a letter to the treasurer of the king and queen of Spain Christopher Columbus. reported on his first journey, Believing that you will rejoice at the glorious success that our Lord has granted me. in my voyage I write this to tell you how in thirty three days I reached the Indies with. the first fleet which the most illustrious King and Queen our Sovereigns gave me. where I discovered a great many thickly populated islands Without meeting resistance. I have taken possession of them all for their Highnesses When I reached Cuba I. followed its coast to the westward and found it so large that I thought it must be the. mainland the province of China but I found neither towns nor villages on the sea. coast save for a few hamlets, Letters from the First Voyage edited 1847.
Christopher Columbus, To the end of his life despite the evidence Columbus believed he had found a new. route to Asia, Motives and Means, The dynamic energy of Western civilization between 1500 and 1800 was most. apparent when Europeans began to expand into the rest of the world First Portu. gal and Spain then later the Dutch Republic England and France all rose to new. economic heights through their worldwide trading activity. CHAPTER 13 The Age of Exploration 407, European Voyages of Discovery. Hu Cab Hudson 16, Hudson dso n ot, Cart ENGLAND NETHERLANDS. PORTUGAL Ocean, AMERICA 1524, zano SPAIN JAPAN, 30 N CHINA.
MEXICO Cuba Bahamas INDIA TROPIC OF CANCER, Tenochtitl an Hispaniola 92 Goa Philippines Death of. Mexico City Cort es 1519 Caribbean bus 14, AFRICA Magellan. Sea Calicut, 1 5 3 1 1 5 3, ma April 1521, P iza r r o 2. EQUATOR Ga, l Spice Islands, pacific bra, Atlantic Ca Strait of Moluccas M agellan. Ocean Malacca 22, Ocean n 15, SOUTH gella, TROPIC OF r Ma.
CAPRICORN AMERICA Elcan AUSTRALIA, 30 S M a 14 7 no. ag 9 INDIan, 15 ell 20 N Ocean, English 0 2 000 miles. Strait of Magellan French S, 60 S Portuguese 0 2 000 kilometers. Spanish Lambert Azimuthal Equal Area projection, 150 W 120 W 90 W 60 W 30 W 0 30 E 60 E 90 E 120 E 150 E 180. For more than a hundred years European explorers sailed Economic motives loom large in European expan. the globe searching for wealth and glory sion Merchants adventurers and state officials had. high hopes of expanding trade especially for the, 1 Interpreting Maps Which continents were left.
untouched by European explorers spices of the East The spices which were needed to. preserve and flavor food were very expensive after. 2 Applying Geography Skills Create a table that orga. nizes the information on this map Include the explorer being shipped to Europe by Arab middlemen Euro. date sponsoring country and area explored peans also had hopes of finding precious metals One. Spanish adventurer wrote that he went to the Amer, icas to give light to those who were in darkness and. For almost a thousand years Europeans had to grow rich as all men desire to do. mostly remained in one area of the world At the end This statement suggests another reason for the. of the fifteenth century however they set out on a overseas voyages religious zeal Many people shared. remarkable series of overseas journeys What caused the belief of Hern n Cort s the Spanish conqueror of. them to undertake such dangerous voyages to the Mexico that they must ensure that the natives are. ends of the earth introduced into the holy Catholic faith. Europeans had long been attracted to Asia In the There was a third motive as well Spiritual and. late thirteenth century Marco Polo had traveled with secular affairs were connected in the sixteenth cen. his father and uncle to the Chinese court of the great tury Adventurers such as Cort s wanted to convert. Mongol ruler Kublai Khan He had written an the natives to Christianity but grandeur glory and a. account of his experiences known as The Travels The spirit of adventure also played a major role in Euro. book was read by many including Columbus who pean expansion. were fascinated by the exotic East In the fourteenth God glory and gold then were the chief. century conquests by the Ottoman Turks reduced the motives for European expansion but what made the. ability of westerners to travel by land to the East voyages possible By the second half of the fifteenth. People then spoke of gaining access to Asia by sea century European monarchies had increased their. 408 CHAPTER 13 The Age of Exploration, power and their resources They could now turn their southern coast of West Africa thus became known to. energies beyond their borders Europeans had also Europeans as the Gold Coast. reached a level of technology that enabled them to Portuguese sea captains heard reports of a route to. make a regular series of voyages beyond Europe A India around the southern tip of Africa In 1488. new global age was about to begin Bartholomeu Dias rounded the tip called the Cape of. Reading Check Explaining What does the phrase Good Hope Later Vasco da Gama went around the. cape and cut across the Indian Ocean to the coast of. God glory and gold mean, India In May of 1498 he arrived off the port of Cali. cut where he took on a cargo of spices He returned. The Portuguese Trading Empire to Portugal and made a profit of several thousand. Portugal took the lead in European exploration percent Is it surprising that da Gama s voyage was. Beginning in 1420 under the sponsorship of Prince the first of many along this route. Henry the Navigator Portuguese fleets began prob Portuguese fleets returned to the area to destroy. ing southward along the western coast of Africa Muslim shipping and to gain control of the spice. There they discovered a new source of gold The trade which had been controlled by the Muslims In. Caravel small fifteenth, Sea Travel in an and sixteenth century ship. Age of Exploration, E uropean voyagers acquired much of their.
knowledge about sailing from the Arabs For, example sailors used charts that Arab navigators. and mathematicians had drawn in the thirteenth Cargo hold. and fourteenth centuries Known as portolani, these charts recorded the shapes of coastlines and. distances between ports They were very valuable in. European waters Because the charts were drawn, on a flat scale and took no account of the curvature. of the earth however they were of little help on, overseas voyages. Only as sailors began to move beyond the coasts, of Europe did they gain information about the.
actual shape of the earth By 1500 cartography the art and science of. mapmaking had reached the point where Europeans had fairly accurate. maps of the areas they had explored Early compass, Europeans also learned new navigational techniques from the Arabs Pre. viously sailors had used the position of the North Star to determine their lat. itude Below the Equator though this technique was useless The compass. and the astrolabe also perfected by the Arabs greatly aided exploration. The compass showed in what direction a ship was moving The astrolabe. used the sun or a star to ascertain a ship s latitude. Finally European shipmakers learned how to use lateen triangular sails. which were developed by the Arabs New ships called caravels were more. maneuverable and could carry heavy cannon and more goods. Evaluating Which one advance was the most important for early. explorers Why, Map of the world 1571, CHAPTER 13 The Age of Exploration 409. 1509 a Portuguese fleet of warships defeated a com Portuguese had neither the power the people nor. bined fleet of Turkish and Indian ships off the coast the desire to colonize the Asian regions. of India A year later Admiral Afonso de Albu Why were the Portuguese the first successful. querque set up a port at Goa on the western coast European explorers Basically it was a matter of guns. of India and seamanship Later however the Portuguese. The Portuguese then began to range more widely would be no match for other European forces the. in search of the source of the spice trade Soon Albu English Dutch and French. querque sailed into Melaka on the Malay Peninsula, Melaka was a thriving port for the spice trade For Reading Check Explaining Why did Afonso de. Albuquerque control of Melaka would help to Albuquerque want control of Melaka. destroy Arab control of the spice trade and provide. the Portuguese with a way station on the route to the. Moluccas then known as the Spice Islands Voyages to the Americas. From Melaka the Portuguese launched expedi The Portuguese sailed eastward through the. tions to China and the Spice Islands There they Indian Ocean to reach the source of the spice trade. signed a treaty with a local ruler for the purchase and The Spanish sought to reach it by sailing westward. export of cloves to the European market This treaty across the Atlantic Ocean With more people and. established Portuguese control of the spice trade The greater resources the Spanish established an over. Portuguese trading empire was complete However seas empire that was quite different from the Por. it remained a limited empire of trading posts The tuguese trading posts. The whole history of the Americas stems from, the Four Voyages of Columbus Today a core of. independent nations unite in homage to Christo, pher the stout hearted son of Genoa who carried.
Christian civilization across the Ocean Sea, What Was the Samuel Eliot Morison 1942. Admiral of the Ocean Sea, Impact of Columbus A Life of Christopher Columbus. on the Americas, Historians have differed widely Just twenty one years after Columbus s first land. ing in the Caribbean the vastly populous island, over the impact of Columbus that the explorer had re named Hispaniola was. effectively desolate nearly 8 000 000 people, on world history Was he a had been killed by violence disease and despair.
hero who ushered in eco W hat happened on Hispaniola was the equivalent. The Age of Exploration 1500 1800 Key Events As you read this chapter look for the key events of the Age of Exploration Europeans risked dangerous ocean voyages to discover new sea routes Early European explorers sought gold in Africa then began to trade slaves

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