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Spices Caravel Prince Henry Bartolomeu Dias Vasco da Gama Line of Demarcation Treaty of Tordesillas Challenger to Portugal
Spices › Most important trade good from the East Italy Profited the most from trade with the East after the Crusades
Motives behind European exploration
Could sail effectively against the wind › Portugal Leader in developing and applying sailing innovations
“The Navigator” › Portuguese leader in overseas exploration Founded a navigation school
Bartolomeu Dias › Captained the first ship to sail around the tip of Africa AKA: Cape of Good Hope
Vasco da Gama › Gained Portugal a sea route between Portugal and India
Both made exploration claims › Line of Demarcation Established a boundary between new land each could claim › Treaty of Tordesillas Purpose Decrease conflict over claiming of new lands
Netherlands(Dutch) › Dominated Indian Ocean trade by 1700
Ming Dynasty Qing Dynasty
Ruled China at the end of the Mongol rule › Hongwu Son of peasants Founded the Ming Dynasty › Yonglo Attempted to expand China’s tribute system Sponsored voyages of exploration
Yonglo › Moved the Chinese capital to Beijing Built the Forbidden City
Zheng He › Led all seven exploration voyages
Foreign trade › Only conducted by the government
Founded in the mid 1600’s by the Manchus Rulers › Kangxi Reduced government spending Lowered taxes Supported intellectuals by offering government positions › Qian-long
Dutch › Accepted Chinese restictions Paid tribute to the emporer Gifts “kowtow” ritual
Manchus › Korea A vassal state
Daimyo Oda Nobunaga Tokugawa Ieyasu Tokugawa Ieyasu cont…. Christian Missionaries Japan
lords in a new kind of Japanese feudalism
rule ended the "warring states" period did not succeed in unifying Japan
1600 › Finally unified Japan Used the "alternate attendance policy" to control the daimyo
Founded the Tokugawa Shogunate › Military government
Successful › Upset Tokugawa Ieyasu Feared religious uprising
Japan remained closed to Europeans for more than 200 years.
Age of Exploration and Isolation Ch. 3 Notes. 3.1.
Would you sail into the unknown??? *Answer yes or no and give 3 reasons to support your answer*
3 An Age of Explorations and Isolation, 1400–1800
Europeans ChineseJapaneseRandom Question What were the three motives driving European exploration?
Encounters in East Asia
Chapter 3.1 Europeans Explore the East:
THE AGE OF EXPLORATION. New desire for contact with Asia develops in Europe in early 1400s Main reason for exploration is to gain wealth Contact.
An Age of Explorations and Isolations,
Begin Chapter 3: Exploration and Isolation $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 European Trade TradeMing/QingDynastiesChineseIsolationJapaneseWarringStatesJapaneseSociety.
An Age of Explorations and Isolation
CHAPTER 19 AN AGE OF EXPLORATIONS & ISOLATION
Exploration and Isolation. Treaty of Tordesillas Initiated by Pope Alexander VI; signed in 1494.
China and Japan’s Reaction to Western Exploration
Exploration Desire for wealth and Christian converts, Europeans began an age of exploration.
Next Chapter 3 Copyright © by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company Modern World History: Patterns of Interaction Motivated by Christian faith and.
Europeans Explore the East. I. Gold, God, & Glory Before 1400s = Euros. (little outside contact) Motivating factors of exploration?
The First Global Age: Europe and Asia (1415–1796)
Early European Explorers
EUROPEAN INTEREST IN THE EAST INCREASED AFTER TRAVELERS REACHED CHINA IN THE THIRTEENTH CENTURY.
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