Hist. 142 Notes 3

Hist. 142 Notes 3 - CONQUEST OF MEXICO:-comparative...

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Unformatted text preview: CONQUEST OF MEXICO:-comparative chronology:-Mesoamerica: 1428 Triple Alliance, 1440/68 Moctezuma I, 1470 Mexica become dominant power of central Mexico, 1487 dedication of Templo Mayor, 1502/20 Moctezuma II-Iberia: 1469 Ferdinand and Isabella unite Castille and Aragon, 1492 Columbus first voyage, 1493 settlement of Hispaniola, 1494 Tordesillas Treaty and founding of Santo Domingo (first Spanish city in Caribbean), 1500 Cabral lands on Brazilian coast-Mexico: 1509 comet appears over Valley of Mexico/ drought and hunger, 1517 Hernandez de Cordoba sails from Cuba to Yucatan, 1518 Juan de Grijalva leads second expedition to Yucatan, 1519 Cortes arrives in Yucatan and defeats Tabascan warriors and Malinaltzin joins Cortes-Iberia and Caribbean: 1502/09 Nicolas de Ovando governor of Hispaniola, 1508 conquest of Puerto Rico, 1509 Spanish expeditions to Jamaica and Venezuelan coast, 1511 Audencia of Santo Domingo/ first Spanish town on mainland at Darien/ conquest of Cuba begins, 1512 Laws of Burgos,...
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This note was uploaded on 05/13/2011 for the course HIST 142 taught by Professor Burns during the Fall '08 term at UNC.

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