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  • Read pg. 193Spain’s geography heavily influenced its ability to build an empire.What factors do you think influenced Christopher Columbus to want to set out on his voyage? Students may suggest the desire for fame, fortune, to find the unknown, to find a route to the Far East, or to finish what he started. Why might the Spanish monarchs have been reluctant to support him? They might have been reluctant because other European leaders had turned him down, he wasn’t Spanish, they didn’t trust him, they thought the plan wouldn’t succeed, the cost was to high, or they could look foolish.Figure 9-1 What impression of Christopher Columbus does this portrait give? Students may feel that Columbus seems young, serious, and thoughtful. The globe and telescope suggest his interest in sailing and exploring.Compare this portrait with the one of page 104. Students might suggest that Columbus seems older, more physically imposing, and more like a soldier, carrying banner and sword.
  • Like the rest of Europe, Spain was largely Christian at the beginning of the Middle Ages. Within a few years, however, conquerors from the Arab world were able to take over most of Spain. Islam became the predominant religion. This rule lasted for several hundred years until Christian forces reclaimed the country in the 1200s.“Geography controls everything”. How does this saying apply to Canada?
  • Bisigoths, a people who had invaded Spain from the north at the end of the Roman Empire.Created a sense of national identity – built a mosque in Cordoba (p. 33)Many Christians converted over time, but not all (to Islam)
  • For example, Islam discourages showing human beings, animals, and other subjects realistically because it may lead to idolatry, that is, worshipping idols. Thus, Muslim artists often created works of art using designs and written script.For 5 centuries Spain was part of a vast empire.Arab Islamic world was part of the largest economic trade zone in the world-culturally divers with customs and traditions-exchange of goods and ideas from all over (Spain, Egypt, Syria, Zanzibar and Indonesia)Muslim rulers and rich merchants supported the arts (music, art, architecture – reflected Islamic values -> discouraged showing human beings, animals and other subjects realistically because it may lead to idolatry (worshipping idols) – often created works of art using designs and written script.
  • First university is over 200 years before the first university in EuropeGreat centers of learning (Cordoba, Seville, Granada)Admired the Greek reasoning skillsKnew much more about natural science than the Europeans did.
  • See quote on p. 197
  • They grouped large numbers of soldiers, all using the same weapon, into tight formations that were difficult to overrun. As a result the Spanish infantry became the deadliest fighting force in Europe. The Spanish brought this very effective style of fighting with them to the Americas.
  • Read p. 199-200
  • Canadian History examples:AcadiansFirst NationsWWII Japanese Canadians (British Columbia) – security risk after bombing of Pearl Harbor by Japan
  • p. 206 – Memory and Reconciliation

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  • 1. Chapter 9SPAIN LOOKS WESTWARD
  • 2. THE SPANISH WORLDVIEW OF COLUMBUS’ TIME Religious intolerance Emphasis on gold Maritime confidence
  • 3. GEOGRAPHY AND RELIGION EuropeSpain Africa
  • 4. HOW MIGHT THE LOCATION OF A COUNTRYINFLUENCE ITS RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCES?
  • 5. AL-ANDALUS, MUSLIM SPAIN Most of Spain was Christian at the beginning of the middles ages. Spain was ruled by the Visigoths (invaded Spain from the north at the end of the Roman Empire). Spain became vulnerable (allowing Muslims to take control) due to:  Internalstruggles  A series of weak rulers
  • 6. YEAR 711: MUSLIM FORCES Tariq ibn-Ziyad landed in Spain with his Muslim forces. Conquered almost the entire Iberian Peninsula (Spain and Portugal). In 785 began building the Aljama Mosque of Cordoba (expanded over the next 200 years). Many Christian converted to Islam, but some did not.
  • 7. LIFE AND SOCIETY Spain was part of the Islamic world for the next five centuries. The Arab Islamic world was part of the largest economic trade zone in the world. Goods and ideas were exchanged between places as far as Spain, Egypt, Syria, Zanzibar and Indonesia. Muslim rulers supported the arts (reflected Islamic values).
  • 8. CENTRES OF LEARNING Learning was greatly valued (understand the universe; aid in living an ethical life). World’s first university was established in Cairo in 971. Muslim scholars studied medicine and science. Muslim and Jewish scholars translated books and essays of the ancient Greeks.
  • 9. RELIGIOUS TOLERANCE Tolerant of religious minorities. Read religious Tolerance on p. 198
  • 10. The area of jurisdictionof Islamic rulers.In 1000s, Spain began todecline due to ineffectiverulers which led to civilunrest and thesectioning of Al-Andaluzinto a number ofindependentprincipalities (states)CALIPHATE
  • 11. RECONQUISTA Began as a way for the Christian kingdoms to expand their power and influence. Was also a war based on religious differences During this time the Spanish developed a new way of fighting on the battlefield. Read p. 199
  • 12. TIMELINE: Because of its location, Spain was influenced by the Arab world and the Muslim religion.
  • 13. TIMELINE: Tariq ibn-Ziyad crossing the Sait of Gibraltar and landing in Spain.
  • 14. TIMELINE: Muslims expand across the Iberian Peninsula and conquer all of it.
  • 15. TIMELINE: New rulers construct mosque at Cordoba to help create national identity.
  • 16. TIMELINE: Exchange of goods and ideas to and from Spain
  • 17. TIMELINE: Music, art and architecture reflect Islamic values
  • 18. TIMELINE: Cordoba and Granada become centres of learning
  • 19. TIMELINE: Muslim Spain was largely tolerant of minority religions.
  • 20. TIMELINE: Weak leaders led to civil unrest
  • 21. TIMELINE: Number of independent states replace a unified Spanish nation
  • 22. TIMELINE: Quarrelling among local leaders weakens the country.
  • 23. TIMELINE: Christian kingdoms begin to expand across Spain (The Reconquista)
  • 24. VOCABULARY Mosque: a sacred place of worship in the Islamic faith Hadith: the authenticated sayings of the Prophet Muhammed Caliph: a supreme ruler under the Islamic faith Caliphate: the area of jurisdiction of Islamic rulers Principalities: small areas often ruled by princes Martyr: a person who is willing to die for his convictions or beliefs Reconquista: the Christian reconquest of Spain from the Muslims
  • 25. CREATING A CHRISTIAN SPAIN King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella (declared Christian Monarchs by the pope in Rome) Wanted to create unity in Spain by;  Unifying religions or outlaw any that competed with the Catholic Church.  Distributing economic wealth more uniformly throughout regions  Go to war to create a common enemy
  • 26. RECONQUISTA Long process Christian crusaders (European) helped the Spanish Christian forces win territory from the Muslims. Granada was captured on January 2, 1492. From the Pyrenees Mountains in the north to the Rock of Gibraltar in the south, Spain was now a Christian land.
  • 27. THE SPANISH INQUISITION King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella Catholic Monarchs Christian Crusaders from Europe Helped Spanish Christian forces regain land from Muslims Took over the Spanish Inquisition from the Church
  • 28. THE SPANISH INQUISITION State-run system of courts Church officials put non-Christian believers on trial Convert or be exiled Some left Spain; some pretended to convert Muslims/Jews lived in fear
  • 29. THE SPANISH INQUISITION – NEGATIVE EFFECTS Spanish Jews/Muslims – large part of educated middle class (financiers/business people/economic)
  • 30. SAVING SOULS King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella believed it was their duty of convert people to Catholicism Supported Columbus Missionaries
  • 31. GOLD AND GLORY Key motivation for European explorers Personal Country – economic Buy the things they lacked Pay for wars (protection) Take over other territories
  • 32. WEATH IN SPAIN 1492 – Spain used up its gold and silver reserves Crusades had been expensive Read p. 208 – 209 Handout Group activities on Columbus for remainder of week.