What country was responsible for colonizing most of South America in the Sixteenth Century?
Spain was responsible for colonizing most of South America in the sixteenth century. ...
What happened as a result of Spain's early exploration of the New World?
Spain was able to establish colonies in large areas of both continents. Spain was able to establish colonies in large areas of both continents. ...
Asked in History of Europe, History of Spain
Spain became the number one power in the world during the sixteenth century because?
Spain had extensive natural resources and many deep water ports.
Who was the most miliant catholic monarch in the late sixteenth century?
Kink Phillip II of Spain was the most militant Catholic monarch in the late 16th century. ...
Asked in History, Politics & Society, Netherlands
Why did France England and the Netherlands establish colonies later than Spain?
it wanted to establish a system of free trade. They were occupied with wars and revolutions in Europe. ...
Asked in Spain, History of Spain
Why did Spain establish these colonies?
You may wish to specify which colonies you are referring to. In general, though, Spain founded colonies in order to extract resources from the ground (especially gold), convert the populations to Christianity, and achieve renown through the act of conquest. ...
What European countries established colonies in the new world before 1700?
The first counties to establish colonies in America were Spain, France, and Great Britain ...
How did England's rivalry with Spain drive the nation to establish new colonies in North America?
Where they could worship as they wish
Asked in History of Europe, Italy, History of Italy
What two great European powers fought for control of Italy?
During the sixteenth and seventeenth century France and Spain fought for control of Italy. ...
Why did Spain want to establish colonies in the Americas?
They wanted to take over more land for their growing population and send people over from Spain to the New World. ...
Asked in History of Spain
How did Spain pay for the wars in the eighteenth century?
Spain, which had been at war with Britain over colonies and trade ever since. For much of the eighteenth century, France approached its wars in the same way. ...