They were trying to find a quicker route to Asia. Their main motivation was spices and other trade items.
Columbus brought the Spanish to the New World. Then came the Dutch. French, and English.
Yes. The Longhorns' ancestral roots came from Spain, which is where Columbus, among other Spanish refugees, who were fleeing from the Spanish rule in the late 1400's, came from.
Spanish and Portuguese conquistadors came to the New World, or the Americas, searching for gold.
The Spanish first came to America in 1492. Christopher Columbus was the first Spanish explorer to arrive in the Americas.
They left Spain on ships and sailed across the Atlantic Ocean he was going west but was searching for India.
other explorers and colonist around the world.
gold and sliver
The Christopher Columbus came first in 1492.
No name. He didn't land in North America.
christopher columbus came with him
A lot of people were on the land but didn't know what it was , but Columbus came and discovered it was America .
Its said that the Spanish first brought horses over when they came over searching for new land
None, Columbus was dead, he came to America in 1492
The Spanish conquistadors can be dated with Columbus. Even if history uses Cortes' as the measurement, Cartier was later.
they need more land
The explorer Christopher Columbus came from what is today modern Italy. Columbus was born, and came from a Genoan family.
i think from Italy but he sailed under the spanish because Italy would not give him the money needed for his trip.
Three groups of people converged when Christopher Columbus came to the New World: Indians, Africans, and Europeans
well, they came in search of the northwest passage, of gold and other valuable materials, searching for a fast route to the indies, for pelts, and trying to convert the natives to Christianity or to enslave them actually they .... They followed the animals they were hunting. They were searching for gold. They were searching for adventure. They came for religious freedom. They came to own land of their own. They came to find a quick trade route to the Indies. They came by mistake. They got lost at sea! They came to claim land and power for their country
He did but when he was going he accidently came across a new world
Well, the Spanish conquistadors came from Cuba to the America's in 1492 after Columbus discovered the "New World." So I would say somewhere from the late 1400s until the early 1500s.