08 - Global Connections

08 - Global Connections - iii. Seeking Christians and...

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Trans-Atlantic/Global Connections 1500 – 1800 C.E. I. Western Europeans a. Global trade b. Spices i. Ferdinand Magellan 1. 26 tons of cloves 2. Sold at 10,000 times original cost 3. Circumnavigated globe 4. c. Silver i. South-Central America d. Land i. Production of wealth ii. Leads to colonization e. Spreading Christianity i. Missionaries f. Vasco da Gama i. Rounds the Cape of Good Hope ii. Lands in India – 1498 C.E.
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Unformatted text preview: iii. Seeking Christians and spices II. China a. Largest naval power i. 3,500 vessels ii. Dismantled in (about) 1520 III. Portugal a. Prince Henry IV. Spain a. Christian forces capture last Muslim stronghold at Grenada 1492 b. Allows for Isabella and Ferdinand to appropriate funds for Christopher Columbus venture...
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