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1/6/2014 Age of Exploration WH w/Ms. Venditto 1/6/2014 Age of Exploration WH w/Ms. Venditto Presentation Transcript

  • The Age of Exploration
  • The Age of Exploration
  • Do Now, 1/6/2014 Look at the map on page 527. (See the next slide.) 1. What European nation first sent explorers into the Indian Ocean? Portugal. Vasco de Gama & Dias were important Portuguese explorers. 2. Which nation spent the most time exploring the Indian Ocean? China explored the Indian Ocean. 3. Using page 529, how did the Renaissance encourage exploration? The Renaissance encouraged a spirit of adventure and curiosity. 4. What three things spurred the Age of Exploration? The Three Gs: God, Gold, Glory
  • page 527 http://historoda.com/wpcontent/uploads/2013/04/Chapter-19.pdf
  • Do Now, 1/6/2014 Look at the map on page 527. (See the next slide.) 1. What European nation first sent explorers into the Indian Ocean? Portugal. Vasco de Gama & Dias were important Portuguese explorers. 2. Which nation spent the most time exploring the Indian Ocean? China explored the Indian Ocean. 3. Using page 529, how did the Renaissance encourage exploration? The Renaissance encouraged a spirit of adventure and curiosity. 4. What three things spurred the Age of Exploration? The Three Gs: God, Gold, Glory
  • Complete a timeline: Pages 530 – 535. Dates: 1415 through 1720. (22 dates) Find all of the dates first, then put them in order. Add the facts. The dates are not in order in the book
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  • Routes of Vsco da Gama to the East coast of AFrica
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  • page 535
  • Exploration Time Line 1415 Prince Henry helped conquer Ceuta in North Africa for Portugal. 1419 Prince Henry started a navigation school. 1460 King Henry died. Portugal established trading centers on West African coast. 1488 Captain Bartolomeu Diaz of Portugal explored Southern tip of Africa. 1492 Spain paid Columbus to explore;he was first(?) European in Caribbean 1493 Pope Alexander VI established Line of Demarcation to set up peace between , North America. Spain and Portugal. 1494 Portugal & Spain signed Treaty of Tordesillas to share North & South America. 1497 Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama explored east coast of Africa. 1498 de Gama reached Calicut, India. 1499 de Gama and crew return to Portugal and earn an enormous profit from cinnamon and pepper from India. (6.000%); they establish direct sea route to India
  • 1509 Portugal defeated Muslim navy & gets control of India’s spice trade. 1510 Portugal gets control of Goa, an important trade city on India’s west. 1511 Portugal gets control of Malaccan Spice Islands on west coast of Malay Peninsula. 1514 Portugal built a fort at Hormuz, controlling Persian Gulf & Arabian Sea. 1521 Ferdinand Magellan explored the Philippines for Spain. 1565 Portugal built a fort at Hormuz, controlling Persian Gulf. 1581 The Netherlands in Europe became independent from Portugal. 1600 English and Dutch explorers challenge Portugal in Asia. 1619 The Dutch established a trading center on Java & conquer the Spice Islands. 1664 France established the East India Company & challenges the Dutch and Portuguese. 1700 The English East India Company tried to gain profit from East India Trade. The Dutch gain control of Southern Africa. 1720 France established a trade center in India.