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Week 10 West meets East
European independent development
The east and the west almost never interacted, Europeans received Asian goods and
technology through central Asians, and often they were wrongfully attributed to
Arabs
Europeans by the Middle Ages realized they were lagged behind and began to trade
more to boost their economy
Ming China and the expedition to Indian Ocean
Delhi Sultanate and Mughal India
European expansion and exploration
Reasons: political, religious, and economic
Prester John withstood the Arab onslaught and would make a valuable ally, thought by
some to be Kubilai Khan
Portuguese Maritime Empire in Asia
Captured Ceuta in Africa
Prince Henry the Navigator inspired expansion, conquered parts of Africa, and
replaced Muslim traders as the dominant commercial power in West Africa
Portugal Kings authorized by the Pope to preach Christianity to foreign lands
Christopher Columbus discovered the New World in 1492 for the Spanish King.
Columbus is inspired by Marco Polo and thought he found Asia, or at least a part of
Japan
Papal Bull: a type of letters patent issued by the pope of the Catholic Church
Inter Caetera: a papal bull issued by the pope which grants Spain all lands to the west and
south of a pole-to-pole line 100 league of Spain
Treaty of Tordesillas: divides the newly discovered lands outside Europe between Spain and
Portugal
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Week 10 West meets East European independent development The east and the west almost never interacted, Europeans received Asian goods and technology through central Asians, and often they were wrongfully attributed to Arabs Europeans by the Middle Ages realized they were lagged behind and began to trade more to boost their economy Ming China and the expedition to Indian Ocean Delhi Sultanate and Mughal India European expansion and exploration Reasons: political, religious, and economic Prester John withstood the Arab onslaught and would make a valuable ally, thought by some to be Kubilai Khan Portuguese Maritime Empire in Asia Captured Ceuta in Africa Prince Henry the Navigator inspired expansion, conquered parts of Africa, and replaced Muslim traders as the dominant commercial power in West Africa Portugal Kings authorized by the Pope to preach Christianity to foreign lands Christopher Columbus discovered the New World in 1492 for the Spanish King. Columbus is inspired by Marco Polo and thought he found Asia, or at least a part of Japan Papal Bull: a type of letters patent issued by the pope of the Catholic Church Inter Caetera: a papal bull issued by the pope which grants Spain all lands to the west and south of a pole-to-pole line 100 league of Spain Treaty of Tordesillas: divides the newly discovered lands outside Europe between Spain and Portugal www.notesolution.com
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