Global Mastery and Its Effects on Europe

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Names, Terms, Dates Bartolomeu Dias, c. 1450-1500 Vasco da Gama, c. 1469 [Portugal]-1524 [India] Christopher Columbus,1451 [Genoa]-1506 [Spain] Pedro Álvares Cabral, 1467-1520: Brazil, 1500 Ferdinand Magellan,1480 [Portugal]-1521 [Philippines] Amerigo Vespucci, 1454 [Florence]-1512 [Seville] Martin Waldseemüller map, 1507 Hernando Cortez, 1485-1547: Conquest of Aztec Empire, 1521 Francisco Pizarro, c1476-1541: conquest of Inca Empire, 1532 Tenochtitlan (Mexico City) Hans Staden, Captivity of Hans Staden of Hesse in 1547-55 [by Tupinamba] Theodor de Bry, 1528-98 Las Casas-Sepúlveda debate, 1550
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Outline Discovery 1. The Voyages: from Columbus to
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Unformatted text preview: Magellan 2. What was discovered? Mastery 1. Conquest and Conversion 2. Movement and Settlement 3. Extraction and commerce Exchange? 1. Elliot: a “blunted” effect 2. Represenatations of Power: empire and city 3. Ethnographic developments Montaigne, Of Coaches • So many goodly cities ransacked and razed; so many nations destroyed and made desolate; so infinate millions of harmless people of all sexes, states and ages, massacred, ravaged, and put to the sword; and the richest, the fairest, and the best part of the world turned upside down, ruined, and defaced for the trade of pearls and peppers....
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