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History vocab unit 2

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astroable a device that enabled navigators to learn their ships location by charting the position of the stars
caravel ships that used triangular sails to sail against the wind, and had rudders to improve steering
circumnavigate to travel all around the world
Columbian Exchange the transfer of plants, animals, and diseases between the Americas and europe, asia, and africa
Era an important or distinctive period of history
Observatory a room or building housing a telescope or other scientific equipment
Taino a member of the Arawak people of the Bahamas became extinct after contact with spanish explorers
Line of Demaracation boundary between spanish and portuguese territories in the new world
Navigation planning and following a route, especially charting a a course of a ship
Created by: elwhite101