Sebastian Cabot expedition sent by Spain to the Philippines?
sebastian cabot expidition
Italy, Spain and England
England (and a bit for Spain).
The Philippines, new Spain and Baja California.
Magellan made quite an exhaustive trip from Spain to the Philippines. It included Portugal and Brazil, Guam, Cebu, Trinidad, and finally the Philippines.
He mostly explored for England but did a little bit of exploration for Spain at the time.
Looks like this may refer to Sebastian Cabot who held both positions in the 1500's.
During an expedition led by Miguel Lopez de Legazpi, an explorer, Spain conquered the Philippines in 1571. Miguel Lopez de Legazpi was known as The Elder.
Ferdinand Magellan never completed the voyage but was killed in the Philippines in 1521. Navigator Juan Sebastian Elcarno and some 22 survivors reached Spain in 1522 to finish the circumnavigation of the globe.
The last commander that survived was Juan Sebastian Elcano. He returned to Spain with the Victoria and the surviving members of the expedition.
After Magellan's expedition, King Charles I of Spain decided to launch several other expeditions to foreign lands. These included the Jofre de Loaisa Expedition to Urdaneta, the Alvaro de Saavedra Expedition, and the highly unsuccessful Ruy Lopez de Villalobos Expedition. The only successful expedition was the colonization of the Philippines by Miguel Lopez de Legazpi.
Sebastian Vizcaino's travel was for Spain.
During an expedition to the islands, Ruy Lopez de Villalobo named them the "Phillipines" after his King Phillip II of Spain.
The Philippines was named after King Philip of Spain. The Philippines used to be a colony of Spain.
Who was the portaguese sailor who was killed in the Philippines while leading first first expedition to sail aroung the world?
Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan attempted to circumvent the earth in 1519 under the flag of Spain. In 1521 he is killed in the Philippines. In 1522, the remnants of his crew land back in Spain.
There is an airport in San Sebastian for domestic flights.
The expedition started in Spain
No, he did not, he explored for England.
The ships were named the Trinidad, San Antonio, Conception, Victoria, and Santiago. The expeditions were: Cabot, Loaisa, Saavedra, Villalobos There were also the expedions of Magellan and Legazpi
Magellan himself never complex the voyage. He was murdered in the Philippines in 1521. One of his ships, Vittoria, finally made it back to Spain in 1522.
1.Garcia Jofre de Loaisa 2.Alvaro de Saavedra 3.Sebastian Cabot 4.Ruy Lopez de Villalobos 5.Miguel Lopez de Legazpi
Ferdinand Magellan claimed the Philippines for Spain in 1521, this is when he died too. From there on out, Spain owned the Philippines until the Spanish-American War in 1898. This is when the Philippines was handed over to the United States.
extremadura, Spain =)
John Cabot found a place in canada, claimed it for spain, was driven out, and died in a storm
Forty-four years after Magellan's death, Spain sent the expedition led by Miguel Lopez de Legaspi, the real Spanish colonizer.
Spain ruled the Philippines for 333 years, from 1565-1898.
Ferdinand Magellan was supported by Spain on his expedition.
The Philippines was under the Colonial Administration of Spain during Jose Rizal's time. The Philippines became colony of Spain for over three centuries.
Yes, Spain colonised the Philippines during the reign of Phillip II 1556 to 1598
The Philippines have not been 'under' Spain for more than 100 years.
The Philippines BELONGED to Spain.
why philippines fell to spian
The Philippines were in revolt against Spain.
Was it King Phillip II of Spain or Queen Elizabeth I of England who first colonized the Philippines?
The name Philippines is a clue. The Philippines were colonized by Spain during the reign of Phillip II King of Spain 1556 to 1598.
Spain colonized the Philippines.
how phillippines administered by spain as a colony?
The king of Spain ruled the Philippines through his viceroy of New Spain in Mexico City from 1565 to 1821. After the Mexican War of Independence, the Philippines was ruled from the Spanish capital Madrid directly.
No, he explored parts of North America in 1497.
The Philippines was colonized by Spain because 1) Magellan, though a Portuguese, found favors with the King of Spain and in turn, he funded his explorations and 2) under the Treaty of Tordecillas, the Philippines fall in the territory in which Spain is allowed to explore.
The distance between Porto Portugal and San Sebastian Spain is 370.50 miles. It takes 6 hours and 50 minutes to drive there.
There were 5 ships in Magellan's expedition, namely Concepcion, Trinidad, Santiago, San Antonio, and Victoria. Among these, Victoria completed the journey from Spain, to Philippines, got the spices from Moluccas Islands and came back to Spain with the spices, of course.
The king of Spain
Baking was introduced in the Philippines by the Spanish when Spain took over the Philippines.
The result of Saavedra's expedition was the first crossing of the Pacific ocean and the discovery of New Spain. New Spain is now called Mexico.
The Philippines was named after King Phillip of Spain.
The Philippines was first colonized by Spain in 1568.
The Philippines was named after King Philip II of Spain in the 16th century by Ruy Lopez de Villalobos. At the time of the naming, Philip was Crown Prince of Spain. NOTE: When the Philippines was named, Philip II of Spain was still a prince and not a king. Therefore, Philippines was actually named after a prince at that time.
Spain gave the United States full control to the Philippines in December 1898.
How long was the philippines a colony of spain?
Ferdinand Magellan was the fist leader of the expedition, but died in the Philippines. The master of the ship when it sailed back into Seville was Juan Sebastián Elcano. It is believed, however, that Magellan's slave Enrique was from the Philippines since he cold speak the local dialect when they arrived there. This would make him the first person to complete a circumnavigation of the world, although only his voyage from Spain to the Philippines… Read More