BirthJohn Cabot was born in 1450 in the Italianport of Genoa. John Cabot was born asGiovanni Caboto.
MarriageIn 1474 John Cabot married a girl namedMattea. They had three sons namedLudovico, Sebastiano, and Sancto.
MovingIn the 1490s John Cabot, his wife, and theirthree sons moved to the sea port of BristolEngland.
SailingThe English King Henry V11 granted JohnCabot the right to seek islands and countriesof the West, East, and North sailing underthe English flag. Paying John a anormousamount of money.
ExploreringOn June 9th 1497 John Cabot reaches theNew World.26 June 1497: Cabot begins his returnvoyage.
Biographical infoOn June 11 1498 John Cabot assembles afleet of 5 ships and 300 men. The fleetheaded north along the east coast ofAmerica past Newfoundland in what is nowknown as Canada.
Time line of John Cabots life1450- John Cabot was born in the italianport of Genoa.1461- John Cabot moved to Venice with hisfamily.1474- John Cabot married a girl namedMattea.
They had three sons named Ludvocio,Sabatiano, and Santico.1490s- moved to the sea port of BristolEngland.1496- the English King Henery the V11granted John Cabot the right to seekislands, countries...
sailing under the English flag.1497- John Cabot boards his ship theMattew, to explore the land across theAtlantic, hoping to find a north west passageto the Indies and China.1498-John Cabot granted another patent toundertake a....
second expedition- to take at his pleasereV1 englisshe shipes And covey and let tothe Londe isles of late founde by sied John.1499- the death of John Cabot
Resources 1World Book, Inc. (2001).WORLD BOOK2001.Chicago: World Book, Inc.
Resources 2Content100% Educational Videos. (2004).Early Explorers: The Age of Discovery [FullVideo]. Available fromhttp://www.discoveryeducation.com/
Resource 3: Timeline of John Cabot. (2006).Retrieved April 5, 2011, fromwww.history-timelines.org:http://www.history-timelines.org.uk/14-john-cabot-timeline.htm
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