What trade route did Ferdinand Magellan establish?
Ferdinand Magellan tried to circle the globe but died along the way. Other explorers established the trade route.
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Ferdinand Magellan (c. 1480-1521) was an early explorer of the New World. He was one of the first individuals to cross all the meridians of the globe, sailing to the Pacific through the South American straits that now bear his name. Magellan, though Portuguese by birth, captained the Spanish flee…t in the first expedition to circumnavigate the globe (1519-1522). He did not survive the entire journey. He was caught in a native war in the Philippines in 1521 and died by getting a spear through his heart. Only one of his five ships and 18 of the crew of 250 completed the trip. (Four other survivors made their way back from Portuguese captivity.) The commanding officer of the one remaining ship, the Victoria, was Juan Sebastian Elcano (also spelled del Cano ) who, unfortunately, has all but dissolved into the annals of history. It was Elcano who decided to continue westward, despite the hazards this posed. The fashion of the day dictated that the fleet Captain received the honour of the voyage and as such it went to Magellan. He was, after all, responsible for getting them as far as the Philippines. Ferdinand Magellan was an explorer from Portugal who helped planand execute the first boat trip all the way around the Earth. ( Full Answer )
Magellan, though Portuguese by birth, captained a Spanish fleet with the intention of reaching the Spice Islands (Maluku, Indonesia) by sailing west around South America. The expedition, from 1519-1522, became famous as the first to sail completely around the Earth. After Magellan was killed duri…ng a battle against natives in the Philippines (1521), the Basque captain Juan Sebastian Elcano took command and completed the voyage by sailing west around Africa. Only one ship out of the original five made it back to Spain, and only 18 of the 270 crew members (4 others survived and returned after capture by the Portuguese). ( Full Answer )
Magellan had 5 vessels: the Trinidad, the San Antonio, the Concepcion, the Victoria, and the Santiago. its the TRINIDAD
The reason why Ferdinand Magellan's parents died is unknown. Theonly documentation about it states that they died when he was 10.
His original objective in traveling, and navigating the earth, was to find an easier route to the spice islands in Asia, because spices were scarce in Europe and were practically unavailable to them at the time. Spices were sold very high during his time, and were quite expensive, because they were …used for preservation of food, because refrigerators were non-existent, and of course to make food taste better. ( Full Answer )
no he was home schooled and his mother and father died when he was only 10 years old, he was put under the queens protection
1519 is when he started to circumnavigate the globe. But in 1520 hewas killed and his crew brought his ship back to spain. Which makeseveryone think that he sailed around the world.
Ferdinand Magellan's main accomplishment was he was the first explorer to circumnavigate the world. Circumnavigate - To sail around the world.
Ferdinand Magellan never went to school he was tutored at the palace of Portugal while he a page to the queen he was tutored at the same time
Magellan was never buried, as far as we know. He died in Mactan,Philippines, in a battle with Lapulapu. His remains were apparentlykept by Lapulapu as a trophy, but know one knows what reallyhappened. Pigafetta and GinÃ©s de Mafra provided written documents of theevents culminating in Magellan's d…eath: "Nothing of Magellan's body survived, that afternoon the grievingrajah-king, hoping to recover his remains, offered Mactan'svictorious chief a handsome ransom of copper and iron for them butDatu Lapulapu refused. He intended to keep the body as a wartrophy. Since his wife and child died in Seville before any memberof the expedition could return to Spain, it seemed that everyevidence of Ferdinand Magellan's existence had vanished from theearth." ( Full Answer )
Ferdinand Magellan was a man because he was an adult and not awoman or a lower animal -- all that's left was for him to be a man.
No because he didnt make it to Spice Island because he died if he didnt die and made it back in time with the spices. The spices were what he would of traded.
Ferdinand Magellan was an explorer who is known for being the firstEuropean to travel to Asia through the west. He grew up on shipsand was a very good navigator.
Ferdinand Magellan started off his voyage in Seville, Spain. He headed southwest down toward South America. Staying along the East coastline of South America, then sailing through a waterway at the southern tip of South America, known as the Strait of Magellan. He then started heading North toward H…awaii then going downward to the West and landing in the Philipenes. There is when he dies, but one of his ships the Trinindad it all the way back to Spain with aboard 18 men, who were the first Europeans to circumnavigate the entire world, even though it was Magellan's, and Vespucci's theory of a round Earth. On December 29, 2009 at 3:19 am Vine delgado  said: . before 1521, F. Magellan had already been gone to the spice island. It was 1511, together with the first viceroy of India, Francisco de ALmeida, he went to malacca and in 1512, he had defended and saved his cousin Francisco Serrano and latter had stayed in mindanao and turtle islands to repair their wrecked ship. In Malacca, Magellan also purchased a Malay slave and he named him Enrique. When they went back to Potugal he brought with him the Malay slave. Said to be the first Malay race (or probably the first Filipino to circumnavigate the world). In 1519 to 1521, by the helped of the King Charles I of Spain, Magellan rediscovered the Philippines (the correct spelling the country whom Magellan rediscovered) . It was not Hawaii where Magellan first made his stopped-over but is was in the Islas de Landrones (now Guam). It was Magellan who gave the name because the natives stole one of the boats in the flagship Trinidad. I would like to make also a correction, It was not Trinidad who successfully returned back to Spain but it was Victoria headed by El Cano (once a leader in a mutiny while navigating the pacific to the Philippines. . ( Full Answer )
Ferdinand Magellan was most famous for having the 1st voyage around the world. his 5 ships were the sanot Antonio the conception the the Victoria and the Santiago. Magellan was killed by poison arrow through the foot and a spear through the heart. he died in the island of Cebu in the city of mactan …and in the country of Philippines. ( Full Answer )
He started travelling in 1519 when he went to Asia from Europe. Born in Portugal and he was very popular round the streets.
Ferdinand Magellan established the colony at Malacca. This colonywas begun in 1511, but once the colonization was complete Magellancontinued his voyage.
This entirely depends on the era of the trade routes in question. In the early Islamic period, the trade routes were primarily between Arabian cities. When the Muslim empires began to occupy a much larger stretch of the world, these trade routes began to encompass the entire Middle East to India and… Southeast Asia and much of East Africa as well. Muslim trade routes from North Africa crossed the Sahara into West Africa. The Mediterranean was also a bustling trade area between Muslim states and Christian ones in Europe. ( Full Answer )
It seems reasonable to assume that the gps Magellan was named after Ferdinand Magellan, since he was a well known explorer for Spain, even though he was of portueguese descent. Steve Ligon Hanna Schliess
Mexican settlement in the Philippines comprises a multilingualFilipino ethnic group composed of Philippine citizens with Mexican ancestry.  [ not in citationgiven ] The immigration of Mexicans to the Philippines dates back to the Spanish period. In the Philippines there are 400 Mexic…anscurrently residing. The Mexican community has been established inthose islands many years ago. Migration from Mexico has beenimportant since the Spanish period and when the Philippines wastrading with this country during the Viceroyalty of New Spain , Mexican mestizos mixed with theinhabitants of the islands, similar to the amount of Spain and theUnited States, numbering up many names of Spanishorigin.  Mexican Filipinos are ethnically diverse. They can be Mexicans of European descent , Indigenous peoples of Mexico , mixed-race, or members of anyother group. Mexicans in the Philippines numbered 173 in2010. [ ( Full Answer )
He did nothing in 1531, because he died in 1521 againt the Lapu-Lapu forces on Mactan Island in the Phillippines. He fought againt the Lapu-Lapu forces, because he joined forves with the natives too fight Lapu-Lapu. MAGELLAN DIED IN 1521 APRIL 27
He kind of is important, but NOT MAJOR. Maybe he isnt important. Because, he didnt do much. Sure, he explored a lot. But, he's small compared to others like Lewis and Clark, John Smith and others.
Magellan's first sea voyage was in 1505 when he went to India to help Francisco de Almeida as the Portuguese viceroy.
In his 20's he joined a military expedition and got wounded during a battle in Morocco.
He was the first known conqueror of the Archipelago Island's of the Philippines. Real Pirate Goal Is To Conquer Riches And Wealth Around the World. Ferdinand Magellan Was Commanded By King Charles I That Commanded By The Pope In Spain To Spread The Christianity Around The World. So Ferdinand Magel…lan Is One Of The Greatest Pirate Around The World. ( Full Answer )
The church says the earth is flat, but I know that it is round, for I have seen the shadow on the moon, and I have more faith in a shadow than in the church.
There are many reasons that explorers leave. He could of left because he wanted to be famous, he wanted riches, or he wanted good trade items.
A penguin has been named after Ferdinand Magellan. It is called the Magellanic Penguin. It is native to South America.
To Brazil, Well that's all he got to. He was killed on the Philippine's Island, he wanted to get to Spice Island for spices and for the first man who circumnavigated the globe.
Ferdinand Magellan was famous for circumnavigating the earth, though he was killed toward the end of his journey. When he landed on Cebu, he converted the Chief from their native religion to Christianity. When other islands heard of this, they began a war against this decision. It was in this war, t…hat Magellan was killed in 1521. What remained of his crew returned to Spain on his behalf in 1522. He also discovered the Pacific Ocean which he named. Pacific means 'peace' or 'peaceful'. Ferdinand Magellan was also known for being able to put down a mutiny on his ship using strength and wit. ( Full Answer )
No. He sailed around Cape Horn into the Pacific and was killed by Phillipine natives.
Magellan was suppose to sail to the "spice islands" because the spices there were rare around the world, but he navigated wrong, he arrived in the Philippines instead where he was killed, but he had another task, King Charles II
No he did't, he was killed when his ships stopped in the Phillipines. A war began and someone shot Magellan.
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He was going to look for the spice islands and sailed through the strait and later on they named the straight after Magellan because HE founded it.
He didnt get hired he asked king charles 1 to support him on his circumnavigation, and it was his choice to do it because he wanted to claim back the spice island.
Ferdinand Magellan crew did not trust him because he had the cure for scurvy and he didn't share it with his crew. It wasn't later in his voyage that his crew found out that he was keeping the cure from them. When they found out that he was keeping the cure from them they made him tell them. When th…ey got the cure they deserted him on the Philippine Islands. when he was there he got caught in the war there. they faced a group of natives. the natives killed him by putting a poison arrow through his foot and a spear through his heart. ( Full Answer )
magellan did find a westward route to the india.his goal was tofind a westward route to india.magellan was the first european tocircumnavigate the earth
Magellan was Portuguese. He sailed west to find a new trading route to Asia and the spice Islands. He could not get permission from the Portuguese King, so he changed nationality and persuaded the King of Spain to give him permission to sail. The Portuguese King did not like Magellan, and did not b…elieve that the world was round. - The King thought this expedition was a waste of money as it was "impossible". ( Full Answer )
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Spain. He served King Charles I of Spain in search of a westward route to the "Spice Islands".
he was the first person is sail the whole world and he discovered that Columbus, Cobott, and himself was not a part of Asia but a unknown country.
In 1520, he was a Portuguese seaman sailing for Spain and reached the southernmost tip of South America. He sailed through stormy waters of a strait into the ocean Balboa had seen. The waters were so peaceful [ pacifico in Spanish] that Magellan named the ocean Pacific. Although Magellan later died… in the Philippine Islands, his crew continued west, arriving in Spain in 1522. They became the first known people to circumnavigate the world. He sailed in 1520-1522. Information from McGraw Hill ( Full Answer )
Yes and no. He thought it was a dog but it was actually a Pig.
The queen was important other people he cared about include,his mother the king and...... Yo Mama!
Ferdinand Magellan's discovery as important because he discovered the pacific ocean and if nobody did, then there would be no such thing.
because some teachers said that Lapu-lapu actually didn't killed Magellan but one of Lapu-lapu's member killed him.
he wanted to find a way to Asia. After he died the Europeans said his trip was too long so they started looking for the North Western Passage. (which didn't exist)
he pooped his pants and it was green mushy and there were corn bits in it then he picked it up and ate it for dinner
It depends on what you mean by "country" and "Asia", and perhaps the scope of "first". If you mean any settled people group not on the Asian continent conducting formal trade with any settled people group on the Asian continent, then I would be looking at the Monitu tribes in the Sinai (Mafka…t) around 3000 BCE. These mines were known to export to Monitu (Eqypt), the Levant/Canaan (modern Israel and Palestine, that area) and Sumer. So, I don't know if Mafkat would be the very first, but I find it doubtful there would be any older records available that could confirm a deliberate institution of systematic trade between two civilizations (one of which is on the continent of Asia). ( Full Answer )