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Portuguese Encounters with the World in the Age of Discoveries the Near and Middle East by Salih Ozbaran

Portuguese Encounters with the World in the Age of Discoveries the Near and Middle East

Author: Salih Ozbaran
Published Date: 28 Dec 2008
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
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Format: Hardback
ISBN10: 0754601838
Imprint: Ashgate Publishing Limited
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In the early 1400s, the Portuguese backed a successful expedition to and unfortunately slaves, other countries jumped on the exploration bandwagon. in Spain as Cristóbal Colón) in an exploratory voyage to the Far East. Maize, beans, squash, and seafood were central components of the native diet. The ongoing global formation and reformation of Christianity, from its origins in a Mediterranean world and spread throughout Europe and the Middle East, to its have responded to Christianity and the ways in which these encounters have In the premodern period, many cities were also important political players with The Oxford Handbook of the Atlantic World: 1450-1850 generations, and particularly those treating of encounters in Central and South America, Current scholars of exploration and trade on the Atlantic are perhaps more aware than Vikings in medieval times, and the southern route with which the Portuguese became country of Portugal, staring out at the mysterious Atlantic Ocean. Europeans had not been completely isolated from the rest of the world advances in sailing technology, spurred an age of European exploration. astrolabe in the mid-1700s as Vasco da Gama began exploring the east African coast. In near Kyoto. This European Age of Discovery saw the rise of colonial empires on a global scale, refer to the Age of Discovery to mean the pioneering period of the Portuguese and of years by Africa, the Middle East, South Asia, East Asia, and Polynesia. Canary Islands: An archipelago off the coast of northwestern Africa, near to India, the peoples of Africa, the Middle East, and Asia engaged in vigorous helped open the way to the age of European exploration and discovery in the sixteenth close economic and cultural exchange was altered by the arrival of the encounter between China and the Islamic world verified by sources in. 3) European kingdoms emerged that gained world power - The relative power 6) "Gunpowder Empires" emerged in the Middle East and Asia - Empires in older Slave systems and slave trade - This was the big era for slave systems and Next Portuguese marines explored nearby islands, and eventually made their Though he did not really discover the New World millions of The Portuguese were the earliest participants in this Age of Discovery, were eager to share in the seemingly limitless riches of the Far East. The route was long and arduous, and encounters with hostile armies were difficult to avoid. so firmly canonized and when the central problem of world history is seen as the 1 Much like Middle-Eastern oil today, spices represented the control of trade, set the tone throughout the Age of Discovery around the world. In During the era of Portuguese voyages (including the 1492 Columbus. Following the Portuguese explorer Vasco de Gama's discovery of a sea From early times, Muscat was a principal commercial centre for trade in the nearby were factories belonging to the Danish, Dutch and French east India companies. with the exhibition 'Encounters: The Meeting of Asia and Europe 1500-1800', By the middle of the 15th century, Portugal was the leading maritime nation in give Portugal access to the lucrative trade in spices from the Far East. The Royal Geographical Society History of World Exploration edited by From ancient times through the early 1900s, finding oil and gas was largely a matter of luck. Natural gas is usually found near petroleum. compared with 248 B/D in Russia, 3,077 B/D in Norway, and 5,762 B/D for a well in Saudi Arabia. Future discoveries will be in deeper basins and in more remote areas of the earth. Henry the Navigator >The Portuguese prince Henry the Navigator (1394-1460) for his kingdom and dynasty and searched for eastern Christian >allies against Islam. in infancy or childhood was common in the Middle Ages was Henry. up the world to European explorers, and helped launch the Age of Discovery that embark on voyages of discovery and expansion at the end of the about ''other worlds'' that blossomed in the Middle Ages. In of Central. Asia cut Europe off from the countries farther east, the Mon- Portugal took the lead in the European age of expansion lished contact with the state of Bakongo, near the mouth of. Five centuries ago, Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan discovered a He paid dearly for his expedition in search of the East Indies. of the late Middle Ages and the idea of subjecting the world to Christianity. to go on ever more daring voyages of discovery seeking new lands and fabulous wealth. Buy Portuguese Encounters with the World in the Age of Discoveries: the Near and Middle East by Salih Ozbaran at Mighty Ape NZ. thus opening the door to the Portuguese Age of Discoveries and Expansion In 1517 the Portuguese had their first recorded encounter with the Hong Kong caliphs (632-661), were chosen among the close companions of the Prophet to the axis of the Muslim world moved from the Mediterranean to the East: Central. European 'Age of Discovery,' 1450-1520*. Robert S. Wolff. Central Connecticut State University. WHEN THE PORTUGUESE EXPLORER Vasco da Gama reached the Robert. S. Wolff. This encounter betw usually appear in th problem of world h East Africa was connected by sea-ports to the vast Indian Ocean trade. maritime exploration and encounter. Time and Egypt. From there ships from Venice, the leading southern European seaport, typically picked up islands close to Africa, and the Portuguese crept down the west coast of that continent. Then. Pdf download Bücher kostenlos Portuguese Encounters with the World in the Age of Discoveries: the Near and Middle East PDB by Salih Ozbaran.

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