Did the Portuguese inspire the early Spanish exploration?
Yes, the Portuguese inspired the early Spanish exploration.
Prince Henry, called "The Navigator".
The portuguese wanted to find gold along the coast of Africa
Only to a limited extent. The Portuguese were a real sea-faring, trading and globe-exploring nation. Spain only got interested in sailing out to anywhere after Columbus had convinced its royal couple - on the basis of totally incorrect assumptions and calculations, by the way - that there was an easy and short way to India and China by sailing out to the west, and then came back with excited stories of gold lying around all… Read More
I believe that Portugal made what is now Brazil, one of their early colonial adventures.
It was something the ate out of.
I am not sure but did they mean route? If they didn't it was armada
Cuba was an early colony in the exploration of Spain in the Western Hemisphere. Often it was a staging base for Spanish expeditions into both North and South America.
The first major impact of the exploration of the New World was due to the early start Spain had in its exploration of the New World. Spanish conquistadors and explorers defeated Native American Tribes and with that came the shipping of gold back to Spain. This led to the submission of the Inca & Aztec Tribal empires.
Prince Henry the Navigator was responsible for the early development of Portuguese exploration and trade with other continents through exploring parts of Africa He was called the navigator because he promoted and supported European travel during the age of exploration. He also made maps. His trips helped the Portuguese make much-needed maps of parts of Africa, and they were able to said places they weren't at first able to :)
all of the above DID Inspire early jazz
Where did most of the impetus for spanish exploration and the pursuit of glory in the early 1500s come from?
national unification and expulsion of the Muslim moors
new info about currents wind patterns and climates where knowledge they needed to ventured farther from home.
Early 15th-century Portuguese caravela tilhada had by the time of Columbus been developed into the Spanish caravela redonda - so, yes.
German: früh French: tôt Spanish: temprano Portuguese: cedo Italian: presto Welsh: cynnar
They banned different things like marijuana and other drugs..you know..........
Portuguese sailors were looking for a naval route to India. Land routes were blocked by Ottoman Empire, which impeded trade with Far East.
Much of the impetus for Spanish exploration and pursuit of glory in early 1500s came from Spain's recent?
nation unification and expulsion of the Muslim Moors
Mercantilism means that all of the money (in the form of gold, jewels, products, hard money), essentially goes to the king. For example, during the early years of exploration for the Americas, all of the silver and gold found by the Spanish and Portuguese went straight back overseas to King and Queen. Apex: An interest in having a favorable trade balance
Native American tribes were living in North Carolina as early as the 200s. Spanish and French explorers arrived in the 1500s.
Much of the impetus for spanish exploration and pursuit of glory in the early 1500s came from spains recent?
Much of the impetus for Spain's exploration and pursuit of glory in the 1500s came from Spain's recent unification. The marriage of Ferdinand and Isabella united Spain.
Eva Stoll has written: 'Konquistadoren als Historiographen' -- subject(s): Discovery and exploration, Early accounts to 1600, Historiography, History, History and criticism, Spanish, Spanish literature
Plantations began in the New World in the early 1600s. The Spanish started them first with the English, Portuguese, and Dutch following closely behind.
Duarte Pacheco Pereira has written: 'Esmeraldo de situ orbis' -- subject(s): Early works to 1800, Portuguese, Discovery and exploration, Discoveries in geography, Discoveries (in geography)
The Age of Discovery, also known as the Age of Exploration, was a period in history starting in the 15th century and continuing into the early 17th century during which Europeans engaged in intensive exploration of the world, establishing direct contacts with Africa, the Americas, Asia and Oceania and mapping the planet. Historians often refer to the 'Age of Discovery' as the pioneer Portuguese and Spanish long-distance maritime travels in search of alternative trade routes… Read More
"Early" as an adverb, "I lend" as a verb, and "speedy tempo" as a noun; "I render" as a verb and "speedy tempo" as a noun; and "I lend" as a verb, "on-time" as an adverb, and "speedy tempo" as a noun are the respective English equivalents of the Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish word presto. Context makes clear which meaning prevails. The respective pronunciations will be "PREH-sto" in Italian and Spanish and "PREH-shtoo" in Cariocan… Read More
Who was the Portuguese monarch who fostered exploration along the coast of Africa in the early 1400s in an all water route to Asia?
Prince Henry the Navigator ... born 04mar1394 in Porto, Portugal and died 13nov1460 in Vila do Infante, near Sagres.
From Spanish or Portuguese 'Negro' during the early 1500's, derived from Latin 'nigrum' meaning member of a black skinned race from Africa
how did a desire to find gold and riches affect early exploration in the americas
Before New Mexico was bought by the Spaniards, the Pueblo Indians lived there. The Spanish arrived in 1540 and explored the area. They later conquered the land.
Portuguese Guinea (1474-1974)
Gaetano Foresta has written: 'Il Nuovo Mondo' -- subject(s): Discovery and exploration, Early accounts to 1600, In literature, Italian, Spanish, Translations into Italian
Ulrich Schmidel has written: 'Vierte Schiffart' -- subject(s): Social life and customs, Early works to 1800, Indians of South America, Description and travel 'Historia, y descubrimiento de el Rio de la Plata, y Paraguay' -- subject(s): History, Spanish, Indians of South America, Early accounts to 1600, Discovery and exploration 'Ulrich Schmidels Fahrt in die Neue Welt' -- subject(s): Description and travel, Discovery and exploration 'Viaje al Rio de la Plata ..' -- subject(s): History, Spanish… Read More
Spain led the way in early exploration. Other major players included France, England, Portugal, and the Netherlands.
Spain was the dominant nation in the early exploration of the Americas. Columbus first arrived in the Caribbean in 1492.
south Africa is where the Portuguese explored first in Africa
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They were very pooish
Lakes and rivers.
The Pacific Ocean
the elephant tribe
it was the portuguese
Early exploration and missionary efforts in Africa were very dangerous because people would often get injured because of their believes.
Much of the impetus for spanish exploration and pursuit of glory in the early 1500s came from spain's recent?
national unification and expulsion of the Muslim Moors. The year when the Muslim Moors finally fell after a ten year siege to the Spanish was the same year Christopher Columbus sighted America.
V. F. Goldsmith has written: 'A short title catalogue of Spanish and Portuguese books, 1601-1700, in the Library of the British Museum (the British Library--Reference Division)' -- subject(s): Bibliography, British Museum, British Museum. Dept. of Printed Books, Catalogs, Early printed books, Imprints, Portuguese imprints, Spanish imprints
In the early 1900's Portuguese immigrants went to work in Canada in the fishing industry. Most of the Portuguese immigrants settled in parts of eastern Canada, like Novia Scotia.
Portugal was the nation that led the way in early voyages of exploration. The Age of Discovery refers to a period of time that began in the 15th century.
Alexander S. Wilkinson has written: 'Iberian books' -- subject(s): Incunabula, Bibliography, History, Early Modern 1451-1600, Early printed books, Portuguese imprints, Incunabula as Topic, Spanish imprints, Imprints
they were adventurous.