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Exploration Test Fla

What is the spice trade? trade between Europe and Asia for Asia's spices
What country is Prince Henry from? England
What country is Bartolomeu from? Portugal
What country is Vasco de Gama from? Portugal
What country is Christopher Columbus from? Spain
What country is Ferdinand Magellan from? Spain
2 Reasons for exploration. faster routes to Asia— the source of spices and luxury goods and spreading Christianity to new lands.
3 Technology that improved exploration/sailing. compass, astrolabe, new ships like caravel
3 Major American Civilizations Aztec, Inca, Maya
5 major colonizing powers and when they conquered ?
Impact of Colonization on Natives Natives died because of disease
Impact of colonization on Economy political institutions became weaker and the economy declined
Impact of colonization World power dynamics ?
Old World trade goods Bananas, Barley, Coffee, Cows, Pigs
New World trade goods Corn, Tobacco, Tomatoes, Chocolate, Cotton
Columbian exchange impact improved agriculture, education
Trans-Atlantic Slave trade Slaves getting sent to the Americas by sending Africa Resources
Impact of slavery on economy People in Americas becoming more richer
Missionary a person sent on a religious mission
Circumnavigate sail or travel all the way around
Cartography the science or practice of drawing maps
Caravel a small, fast Spanish or Portuguese sailing ship of the 15th–17th centuries.
Conquistador a conqueror, especially one of the Spanish conquerors of Mexico and Peru in the 16th century.
colonization the action or process of settling among and establishing control over the indigenous people of an area.
Columbian Exchange exchange of people, plants, animals, and ideas, between Eastern and Westen Hemispheres
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