Who proved christopher Columbus did not find Asia?
Actually, Columbus did. He kept a log of his trips and the log has been used to follow his route. It takes the traveller right to Hispaniola.
Christopher Columbus found India Asia (aka: southwest Asia.)
Christopher Columbus set out to find a quicker route to Asia in 1492.
Did Columbus find Asia? No Columbus did not find Asia he found what is now named the Bahamas and is located in United State of America.
Columbus found nothing in Asia; he never went there.
Christopher Columbus failed to find an alternate route to Asia.
Christopher Columbus did not find Asia, although he intended to. He landed on San Salvador, which he thought was part of the West Indies.
Christopher Columbus wanted to find the shortest route to Asia. He was looking for a route to the Indian Ocean.
Find a water route to Asia.
The Spanish sponsorship of the Christopher Columbus expedition was to find a shorter ocean route to East Asia.
He explored and tried to find Asia for there spices and riches.
It was to: To find spices, gold and riches. To find a route to Asia.
1. Columbus wanted to find a westward route to Asia.
Christopher Columbus expected to find a western route to "the Indies" meaning China, Japan, and other places in south and southeast Asia.
Christopher Columbus and Christopher Newport
because he wanted to find riches
find America thinkin he was in Asia
Christopher Columbus never found a sea route to Asia. His voyage there was blocked by the American continents, which it is credited with "finding," although he did not realize it at the time.
No. Christopher Columbus knew the Earth was round. His famous voyage was to find a short-cut to Asia. Unfortunately the Americas were in the way.
No. Everybody else tried, Columbus didn't. Nobody succeeded, anyway.
It was to find a water route to Asia and to get very rich.
It was queen Isabella.
the people he met were brown not yellow!
a new trade route to asia
wanted to get spices silks and minerals from India or Asia
Christopher Columbus, under the auspices of King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella, set out from Spain to find an all-water route to Asia.
Queen Isabella send Christopher Columbus on a mission to find a western route the China to Asia (China, India, etc.)
To find a route to Asia faster then Christopher Columbus' route
He was actually trying to find a shorter water route to Asia.
he went on his travels so he can find a new route to Asia
it is because he wanted to find an ocean route to asia.
Christopher Columbus did not conquer any country. Hernando cortés conquerd the Aztecs and Francisco pizzaro conquered the incas. Christoper columbus went out to go and try to find the America's. Instead he found the Asia. He tried to find it but didnt. So Christopher Columbus didn't conquer anyone. 😄
yes , Cristopher Columbus had to lie to his crew because he wanted to fose everybody to go and with him to find Asia.
Columbus was determined to set sail and find Asia, find gold mines, enslave the Taino, and prove that he found Cathay A.K.A China.
What information influenced Christopher Columbus to sail westward in an attempt to find China or India?
Christopher wanted to find a trade route to Asia. So he can trade items to get the spices Asia had. The spices helped preserve food.
The mission of Christopher Columbus was to find a shorter route to Asia. He, then can be said to be the leader in this quest.
No. He only found Hispaniola and never knew about the North American mainland. Let alone find a route to Asia.
to find a new route to Asia and set up trade
he became a explorer because he wanted to find a water way to Asia.
He left to find a water route to Asia and to become very rich.
To Find a faster way to Asia And to get rich
No, he was really looking for an easier way to get to Asia when he ran into North America.
It is Christopher Columbus, who sailed the ocean blue in fourteen hundred ninety-two. Christopher Columbus sailed in 1492. He came to a land where people didn't know who he was. But they gave him treasures. Christopher Columbus was trying to find Asia and he landed in North America.
Christopher Columbus went out sailing after finding and settling in America. He never did find Asia like he was hunting.
Christopher Columbus was sailing to find a shorter or faster way to get to India. He decided to go straight and that's when he found America and when he saw the native Americans he called them Indians because he thought he was in India. p.s. any questions about history ask me No .... Christopher Columbus wanted to find a shorter way to Asia
Christopher Columbus sailed west from Europe because he wanted to find a faster route to Asia.
Did Christopher Columbus stumbled upon the Caribbean Islands when he was trying to find a route to Asia?
Yes. He was trying for the riches of Asia but became famous for his mistake.
He watched boats. He wanted to find a 2nd way to Asia