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European Interaction

in Asia, Africa, the Americas

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A primary reason Europeans dominated the age of exploration was: technological advancements
The caravel was; a new type of ship that was faster and more safe
The compass was created and: tells the direction that an explorer was traveling
gunpowder was used to fire bullets and canon; allowed Europeans to conquer
When Europeans reached Asia they found that Asian societies were also highly advanced
What did Europeans do in the Americas? conquered and spread their religion
What did Europeans do in Africa? took slaves to work in their newly conquered American lands
What were the "3 Gs"? (motivation for exploration) Gold, God, Glory
What was the effect of the slave trade in Africa? major population decrease, families were separated
Created by: cassandra_lock