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4 a   01 - new discoveries
4 a   01 - new discoveries
4 a   01 - new discoveries
4 a   01 - new discoveries
4 a   01 - new discoveries
4 a   01 - new discoveries
4 a   01 - new discoveries
4 a   01 - new discoveries
4 a   01 - new discoveries
4 a   01 - new discoveries
4 a   01 - new discoveries
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4 a 01 - new discoveries

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  • 1. NEW DISCOVERIES & IMPORTANT EXPLORERS MARIA, NEREA, AINHOA, LUCIA.
  • 2. Exploration
    • Crossing Constantinople- East route
    • 1453 Constantinople fall.-route blocked
    • Need of East resources.
    • Aragon Castile and Portugal met.
    • Treaty of Tordesillas.
  • 3. NEW NAVIGATIONAL TECHNIQUES
    • 13th: compass introduced.
    • 14th: astrolabe introduced.
    • 14th: Caravel use increased
    • 14th: advances in cartography: maps.
      • 14th: began using portolans.
    • 15th: portolans increase, compass improved.
  • 4. POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC REASONS
    • 1469: dynastic union: Castile and Aragon.
    • 1492: Columbus’s discoveries.
    • 1492: meant Spain because of territorial expansion.
      • 1492: expelled Moors from
      • Granada and Jews from Castile.
    • RELIGIOUS UNIFICATION
    • - Conversion
  • 5. Treaty of Tordesillas
    • In 1494, Spain and Portugal kings met.
    • They divided world between them.
    • To avoid the fighting among the world most important explorer countries.
  • 6. DIVISION
  • 7. TREATY OF TORDESILLAS
    • Portuguese king invaded part of Spain lands.
    • The treaty ended.
    • Spain invaded Philippines
  • 8. CONSEQUENCES OF THE DISCOVERIES
    • Linguistic
    • consequences
    • Increase international maritime trade and commerce.
    • New markets, foodstuff and raw materials.
    • Better understanding of the distances
  • 9. NEGATIVE CONSEQUENCES OF THE DISCOVERIES
    • The people motivated by greed and power .
    • Indigenous tribes killed by Europeans.
    • Encomienda
    • Control of Christianity
  • 10. THE BIOGRAPHY:
  • 11. Who is Elcano?
    • Basque Spanish explorer.
    • Guetaria ( Gipuzkoa), Spain 1476.
    • When he was young: keen on fishing.
    • The first one to navigate around of the world.
    • 1509: He form in the military expedition nautical.
    • Hornos Cape
    • He died in the year 1526
  • 12.  

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