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Honoring Our Explorers Ferdinand Magellan
Introduction: Voyage Around The World Charles I, King of Spain
Voyage Benefits Westward route to Asia Locate the Spice Islands Open the “Spice Route” without conflict with the Portuguese To successfully circumnavigate the world
Voyage Route Santa Lucia Bay San lucar de Barrameda Cabo Deseado Ladrones Islandes Cape of Good Hope San lucar de Barrameda
Provisions A fleet of 5 ships A crew of at lease 250 men A doctor or surgeon Navigation devises Livestock Food supplies
Ship Positions Needed Captain-General Superintendent Boatswain Marinero Grumete Page
Compensation for Services Monopoly of the discovered route for a period of 10 years. Governors of the lands and island found A fifth of the gains of the voyage.
Honoring Our Explorers Ferdinand Magellan. Introduction I would like to present to the King of Spain the importance and urgency of a westward route to.
Age of Discovery Rise of European Empires in the Americas, Africa, and Asia.
Age of Exploration Unit Test. Who essentially began the Age of Exploration and why? Prince Henry the Navigator Europeans wanted a DIRECT trade route with.
Ferdinand Magellan Portugal Magellan came from Portugal. He sailed for Spain.
Early Exploration Discovering the World. Why Explore? Early explorers sailed for three things, GOD, GLORY and GOLD!! European countries want to establish.
Christopher Columbus By Trinh Tran. INTRODUCTION Born in 1451 in Genoa, Italy Born in 1451 in Genoa, Italy Dreamed of sailing at sea Dreamed of sailing.
Ferdinand Magellan Captain of the First Voyage around the World.
Age of Exploration In the 1400’s European sailors began a dramatic new period of Exploration…mostly in search of spices. In the 1400’s European sailors.
EUROPEANS ARRIVE IN THE AMERICAS Chapter 3 Lesson
Christopher Columbus. Homework- organize your materials for all classes/ Wear B’ville tomorrow Bell Ringer: How did the Renaissance help lead to exploration?
Crusades introduced Europeans to luxuries from Asia Mongol Empire and Silk Road 1400’s Europeans wanted spices as uses for: Flavoring, medicines,
3/11 Aim: What were other Early Explorers famous for? Do Now: Unscramble the words on your handout to uncover the secret message!
Christopher Columbus. Christopher Columbus was born in He was Italian. When he grew up he became a great explorer who sailed across the Atlantic.
By: Allison and Sydney. BACKGROUND! Ferdinand Magellan was born in Portugal, in When he was young, he studied mapmaking and navigation. In his 20s,
Ferdinand Magellan World Explorer Pgs Ferdinand Magellan Ferdinand Magellan ( ) was a Portuguese explorer who led the first expedition.
CHAPTER 2 SECTION 2 CHAPTER 2 SECTION 1 REVIEW. CHAPTER 2 SECTION 1 REVIEW ASTROLABE Developed in 140 BC by Greeks Measures angles Early calculator Forerunner.
Christopher Columbus By: Logan English. He was born in Italy. He lived in Portugal and France. Lived from Patrons- King Ferdinand and Queen.
Ch 2, Sec 2: Early Exploration. Objectives Explain how Portugal led the way in overseas exploration. Develop an understanding of how Columbus’s plan for.
Ferdinand Magellan Group 3. Background He was born in 1480 in Portugal. He was the youngest of three children. The Magellan's were also related to Portugal’s.
Christopher Columbus ● Christopher Columbus was born on the 31 October in ● Christopher Columbus died on the 20 May in 1506.(aged 54) ● In 1492,Christopher.
Christopher Columbus Admiral of the Ocean Sea. Christopher Columbus Biographical Data Born: 1451 in Genoa, Italy Sent by Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand.
Europeans Reach the Americas Chapter 2, Section 2 Pages
Lesson 3 a small community of people living in a new place An outbreak of disease that spreads quickly and affects many people to sail completely.
Unit: The New Imperialism Topic: Early Explorations ► Mrs. Johnson.
Bartholomeu Dias was a Portuguese explorer who sailed around the southernmost tip of Africa, in On October 10, 1486 King John II of Portugal sent.
Early European Explorers Mr. H. Leif Ericsson From – Greenland Sailed and Explored for – Greenland, Vikings Looking For – Route Sailed – North.
ACOS #4: Explain effects of European exploration upon European society and Native Americans, including the economic and cultural impact. ACOS #4a: Identify.
World History Chapter Fourteen Section One. Why Explore? People from Europe wanted luxury goods from the East (Asia) Items such as: spices, silk, perfumes,
The Age of Exploration 8 th Grade American History.
Aim Who were the influential explorers? L81 Do Now : Copy the Regents question and ONLY your answer choice Which statement explains the long term significance.
Age of Exploration- The Explorers Discovery Ed Video: The New World Encountered A map from 1503 that shows the known lands of the time.
Christopher Columbus Italian navigator Columbus looked for a west route to India He knew the world was round He estimated that one could sail west and.
Chapter 2 Section 2 Europeans Reach the Americas.
Early European Explorers As Europeans searched for Sea Routes to Asia, Christopher Columbus Reached the Americas.
Exploration European Expansion Worldwide in an Attempt to gain Land, Bullion, Slaves For*** Gain, Glory and God Economic Impact Exchange of Plants, Animals.
Exploration. The Spice Trade Europeans want Asian spices in 1400s, look for shortcuts to Asia to make spices cheaper.
Famous Explorers. Christopher Columbus Recognized that the world was round, not flat Convinced Queen Isabela and King Ferdinand to pay for his voyage.
Age of Exploration (15 TH – 16 TH CENTURIES) MISTY NICHOLS.
The Search for Spices. Warm-Up Do you think Columbus “discovered” America? Why or why not?
The First Global Age: Europe and Asia The Search For Spices l Italians and Muslim merchants were rich from the spice trade. Pepper sold for as much a.
The Search for Spices. Exploration European population growing European population growing –Demand for traded goods –Spices Preserve food Preserve food.
Exploring the Americas The Growth of Trade. Searching for New Trade Routes 1400s European countries competed to find a sea route to the Indies (islands.
Explorers, Settlements, Maps & Motivation. Beginning in the 1400’s Europeans set forth in a great wave of exploration and trade European motivations:
Ch. 2 Section 2: Early Exploration Main Idea: In search of trade routes, Portuguese explorers ushered in an era of overseas exploration. Key Terms: Line.
Drill – List 3-5 things that you already know about the European “discovery” of the Americas. 2. Does “might” make “right”? Discuss. 3. There.
Unit 4 EK Notes The Age of Exploration. Exploration Factors contributing to the European discovery of lands in the Western Hemisphere Demand for gold,
The Travels of Christopher Columbus BY Mackenzie Simpson.
Global History I: Spiconardi. Crusades Exposed Europeans to the goods of the far east Increased demand of spices and silk Fall of the Byzantine.
Chapter 14, Section 1 The Search for Spices. Motivations…Why Explore the Seas? Historical background: –C–C–C–Crusades introduce Europeans to Asian luxury.
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