he said that he would bring gold and spices from the new world. King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella (espically the queen) wanted to spread Christianity. Before Christopher Columbus's first expedition to the New World, the Islamic people had just been completely driven out. The queen wanted millions of other people to be saved and accept Christianity and Jesus Christ.
Because they wanted the jewels and spices and they wanted to see if christopher Columbus would keep his promise
Columbus promised a substantial amount of exotic spices, and other goods in exchange for support in his voyage.
money to support his voyage
why did columbus keep the snakes skin at the american voyage
Ferdinand Magellan wanted to find away to the east for the purpose of trading.
I think it was crowded and difficult to support but they had the supplies necessary
They saw that his voyage of discovery may lead to financial benefits for Spain.
his voyage was trying to find a more northern route to asia you ding dongs that need help with this sh**.
In the story of Maritime they leave a lot open for interpretation. The romantic journey can be considered a voyage, is one of those that is left open for the reader to reflect on and decide what they feel the story told them.
Spain. Columbus had first asked Portugal, but their geographers were better than Columbus and they had quickly calculated that Columbus estimated the circumference of the Earth at 1/3rd of its real size and that he never would find India and China where he thought it was.
Yes it does. I have the Sims 2 Bon Voyage for PC. It works fine. For it to be fast, though, you will need a more new computer in order to support it.
Christopher Columbus had to gain financial support for his three ship voyage.
Voyage to the Americas would not have been possible without the support of Queen Isabella of Spain, also he was a sailer
The voyage on the Titanic was its maiden voyage
Voyage - Voyage album - was created in 1978.
Bon voyage is the correct one
Bon voyage ! : have a nice trip!
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A ship on its first voyage is a ship that is on its maiden voyage.
The proper term is bon voyage not von voyage. Bon voyage in a French term and means "to have a safe journey".
First Voyage: 1534 Second Voyage: 1535-1536 Third Voyage: 1541-1542
The request by Columbust was rejected by King John II of Portugal. Columbus asked for support from Spanish King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella, who approved of his idea.
The Spanish crown paid for him. He promised them that he would bring back gold and riches.