What people were considered the dominate force in sea exploration during the fifteenth century?
What country was the initial leader in Europe's exploration of the world during the fifteenth century?
Portugal led the way in European exploration during the 1400s (15th century). They began a systematic exploration of the Atlantic coast of Africa under Prince Henry the Navigator in 1418.
Spain was the dominant nation in the early exploration of the Americas. Columbus first arrived in the Caribbean in 1492.
Explain how advances in learning and technology influenced fifteenth and sixteenth century European exploration and trade.?
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The preeminent European maritime power in the fifteenth century was Portugal.
Portugal's African exploration during the fifteenth century broke the monoply of the old Mediterranean trade with the East, dramatically expanded the world known to Europeans, established a network of Portuguese outpostin Africa and Asia,and developed methods of sailing the high seas that Columbus employed on his revolutionary voyage west.
The word century is a common noun. The word fifteenth is functioning as an adjective (not a noun) decribing the noun century.
It was in the fifteenth century.
Portuguese traders accounted for 95% of the slave trade in the fifteenth century.
That would be the fifteenth century.
The fifteenth century
the fifteenth century
The fifteenth. (1485)
How many pages does A Catalogue of Books Printed in the Fifteenth Century now in the Bodleian Library have?
A Catalogue of Books Printed in the Fifteenth Century now in the Bodleian Library has 6 pages.
The year 410 was in the fifth century. The year 1485 fell in the fifteenth century.
The fifteenth Century is all the time from the beginning of January 1, 1401 until the end of December 31, 1500. That's exactly 100 full years.
A Catalogue of Books Printed in the Fifteenth Century now in the Bodleian Library was created on 2005-07-07.
In Florence, Italy in the fifteenth century.
Fifteenth century by Jaspard Zoller.
There was no punctuation until the fifteenth century.
From the 6th century to the 12th century.
Until the end of the fifteenth century.
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in the fifteenth century
The year 1482, along with every year between 1401 and 1500, is in the fifteenth century.
The year 1485, as with any year between 1401 and 1500, was in the fifteenth century.
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15th century-17th century
Why do historians sometimes refer to the monarchies of the late fifteenth century as new monarchies or Renaissance states?
Historians sometimes refer to the late fifteenth century as "new monarchies" or "Renaissance states" because in the renaissance time new discoveries had been affected by the first rulers. The historians usually refer to the monarchies of the late fifteenth century as Renaissance states because of the type of governance in these states.
The Medici family were dominant in Florence from the 15th century up to the 18th century.
No it came after the 17th century
No, it would be a solarium.
Ballet origanated in France in the early fifteenth century.
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It was known to have existed in the fifteenth century.
Cape Verde was discovered by the Portuguese in the fifteenth century (in 1462 to be precise).
The year 1440, as with any year between 1401 and 1500, fell in the fifteenth century.
Europe had enormous capital and industries which allowed it to dominate the world economy by the beginning of the twentieth century. It was also superior militarily.
It was not built then, but Leonardo da Vinci made a drawing of a helicopter in the 15th Century.
The Old World is the term for Africa, Asia and Europe, the continents known to people native to those areas prior to exploration towards the end of the fifteenth century. The foods know today to the Western world are all Old World foods; four such foods are wheat, apples, carrots and onions. Conversely, the New World - the Americas (and some include Australasia) - discovered after the end of the fifteenth century, provided the Old… Read More
It was termed the Renaissance.
The Moors were driven out of Spain.
The linear perspective.
Spain and Portugal began to sail the world in exploration the 15th century.
What is considered the Renaissance Man and who most epitomized this type of person during the fifteenth century in Florence Italy?
The 'Renaissance Man' was a man who participated in all forms of intellectual pursuit, from art, to science, to invention, and everything else. Leonardo DaVinci is considered the perfect Renaissance man.
The Incan Empire: "In the late fifteenth century, the world's fastest-growing empire was the Inca Empire of Peru." Felipe Fernandez-Armesto's The World. Learned in my college world civs class.
In the 16th century, Spain dominated the exploration and exploitation of the Americas. The Spanish Empire was one of the largest empires in history.