They wanted the gold from Aztecs so they needed a reason to kill them and take their treasures
Conquistadors were the Spanish soldiers that invaded and took lands from the Indians.
When he was a conquistador, he dressed in armor. When he lived with the Karankawas, he dressed like the indians.
Conquistadors came from all over Europe, but most were Spanish conquistadors from southwestern Spain.
The first Spanish in North America were Conquistadors on exploration missions. They brought with them diseases that the Indians weren't immune to - like small pox and measles. These diseases killed thousands of Indians.
Spanish conquistadors defeated the Aztec "tribe" in Mexico, in 1521.
Spanish conquistadors went to the Americas in search of the three "G's", which are God, Gold, and Glory.
The standard spelling is the same as the Spanish, conquistador, with the normal plural conquistadors(Spanish conquistadores, conquerors).
spanish conquistadors in 1519 and cartier in 1534
Conquistadors are Spanish soldiers.
No, they were Spanish.
there is many different spanish conquistadors the most famous are cortez who defeated the Aztecs and Pizarro who defeated the Incas
The Spanish Conquistadors came from Spain.They came from Spain to America in search of gold and other treasures that the natives had
The answer is in the question the conquidors were spanish. Meanig they were from spain.
The Conquistadors conquered the Incas. that is the main difference, the conquistadors were Spanish conquerors. Incas were an ancient civilisation.
Spanish conquistadors and explorers usually were accompanied by priests who began missions to evangelize the Native Americans.
No, not all of them were of Spanish birth, there were Greek, German, Italian and Portuguese conquistadors that I can think of. See the link below for a full explanation.
The Spanish Conquistadors defeated the Inca's with a few men after the Inca had their empire in ruins.
The phrase that is associated with the Conquistadors is "god, gold, and glory."