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Early modern europe

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  • 1. Early Modern Europe and
    Spain 15th and 16th Century
    DIEGO SERRATOHISTORY 140
  • 2. Early Modern Europe 15th Century
    Portugal led the way in geographical exploration along the coast of Africa in search for a route to India.
    Spain followed which caused the dividing of exploration of the world according to the Treaty of Tordesillas
    Oceanic explorations were followed by France, England and the Netherlands, who explored the Portuguese and Spanish trade routes into the Pacific Ocean
  • 3. Early Modern Europe 16th century
    Spain and Portugal were in the vanguard of European global exploration and the opening the world wide trade routes
    The protestant reformation gave a major blow of authority to the papacy and the roman catholic church
    The European politics became dominated by the religious conflicts.
    The conflicts lead to the thirty year war.
  • 4. Spain Art and Music
    Diego Velazquez
    Diego Velazquez- a Spanish painter who lead the artist of King Philip VI.
    Diego was born in Seville, Spain June 6, 1599
    In the early 16th century polyphony vocal style was developed in Spian
  • 5. Spain Wine
    When the Christopher Columbus discovered the new world which open new opportunity of wine production
    The conquistadors took the grape vines with on their travels as they colonized the new land
    During this period Spanish exports to England began to wane as Spanish-English relations stead