AGE OF EXPLORATION 1)

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AGE OF EXPLORATION 1)
1 CAUSES
1.1 Influence of Renaissance
1.2 New trade routes
1.3 Marco Polo
1.4 wealth for countries
1.5 wealth for explorers
1.6 religion
2 SHIPS AND NAVIGATION
2.1 Caravels
2.1.1 lateen and square sail
2.1.2 Clinker built
2.1.3 rudder
2.2 Compass
2.3 quadrant
2.4 quadrant
2.5 astrolabe
2.6 cross-staff
2.7 maps
2.8 log and line
2.9 lead and line
2.10 logbook
3 PORTUGESE VOYAGES
3.1 CAUSES
3.1.1 religion
3.1.2 Prester John
3.1.3 trade
3.1.4 Prince Henry the Navigator
3.1.4.1 school for navigation
3.1.4.1.1 Sagres
3.1.4.1.2 voyages along the African coast
3.1.4.1.3 padroa (pillar)
3.2 DIAZ
3.2.1 CAPE of GOOD HOPE
3.3 DA GAMMA
3.3.1 INDIA
3.4 RESULTS
3.4.1 Portugese empire
3.4.2 spred of culture
3.5 VOYAGE OF MAGELLAN
3.5.1 el Paso
3.5.2 Spice islands in Spanish half?
3.5.2.1 Spice islands in Portuguese half
3.5.3 Charles V
3.5.4 five ships
3.5.5 governor and profits
3.5.6 Seville
3.5.7 Canary islands
3.5.8 south America
3.5.8.1 El Paso
3.5.8.2 straits of Magellan
3.5.9 Pacific ocean
3.5.10 scurvy, death
3.5.11 Philippine islands
3.5.11.1 death of Magellan
3.5.11.1.1 del Cano to Spain
3.5.12 1st complete voyage, world round
4 VOYAGE OF CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS
4.1 Genoa, Italy (born and raised)
4.2 REASONS
4.2.1 world round
4.2.2 world smaller
4.2.3 go west to get to East
4.2.4 religion
4.3 Ferdinand and Isabella sponsored Columbus
4.3.1 3 ships
4.3.1.1 Sancta Maria
4.3.1.2 Nina
4.3.1.3 Pinta
4.4 New title: ADMIRAL OF THE OCEAN SEA
4.5 Palos
4.6 Canary islands
4.7 2 log book
4.8 San Salvidor
4.9 Cuba
4.10 Hipspaniola
4.11 La Navidad
4.12 RESULTS
4.12.1 Further voyages
4.12.2 settelers
4.12.3 sugar cane
4.12.4 cruelty to the natives
4.12.5 New world called AMERICA, after Amerigo Vespucci
4.12.6 Treaty of Tordesillas
5 CONQUISTADORS
5.1 P.I.P.
5.1.1 Pizarro Incas Peru
5.1.1.1 Ruler: Atahualpa
5.1.1.1.1 captured by the Spanish
5.1.1.1.1.1 room full of gold and silver
5.1.1.1.2 killed
5.1.1.2 Capital: Cuzco
5.1.1.2.1 captured (and empire)
5.1.1.3 gold and silver mines
5.1.1.4 slave labour
5.2 C.A.M.
5.2.1 Cortes Aztecs Mexico
5.2.1.1 Mistaken Aztec God
5.2.1.2 Capital: Tenochtitlan
5.2.1.3 ruler: Montezuma
5.2.1.4 conflict
5.2.1.5 Cortez captured capital and empire
5.2.1.5.1 Colonisation
5.2.1.5.1.1 New Spain
6 RESULTS
6.1 geographical knowledge
6.2 decay of empires
6.3 rise of European empires
6.4 decline of Mediterranean; rise of Atlantic
6.5 spread of Christianity
6.6 slavery
6.7 new foods

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