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Someone who gives financial support to a person or cause.
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Someone who gives financial support to a person or cause.
Patron
A person who buys and sells goods
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A person who buys and sells goods
Merchant
An outbreak of disease spreading quickly
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An outbreak of disease spreading quickly
Epidemic
The buying and selling of humans as property
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The buying and selling of humans as property
Slave Trade
A settlement far from the country that rules it.
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A settlement far from the country that rules it.
Colony
What tool helped European sailors know how far they had sailed from the equator?
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What tool helped European sailors know how far they had sailed from the equator?
Astrolabe
Who started the Portuguese navigation school around 1419?
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Who started the Portuguese navigation school around 1419?
Prince Henry
Why did King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella agree to fund Columbus's voyage?
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Why did King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella agree to fund Columbus's voyage?
Profit from trade and spread Christianity.
How long did Columbus sail before he reached land on his first voyage?
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How long did Columbus sail before he reached land on his first voyage?
Five weeks
Why did Cortes take Moctezuma prisoner?
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Why did Cortes take Moctezuma prisoner?
He wanted to conquer the Aztecs.
What item from the Columbian Exchange most helped the Native Americans?
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What item from the Columbian Exchange most helped the Native Americans?
Horses
How did mapmakers help European sailors improve their navigation?
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How did mapmakers help European sailors improve their navigation?
They made more accurate maps.
What was Prince Henry's navigation school like?
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What was Prince Henry's navigation school like?
Sailors, scholars, mapmakers, and ship builders worked together to improve sea travel.
Why did European merchants want to find a sea route to Asia?
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Why did European merchants want to find a sea route to Asia?
Shipping goods on land took too long and was dangerous. Sailing was faster.
Why was the caravel an improvement over other ships?
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Why was the caravel an improvement over other ships?
Caravels were lighter than older ships and their sails were more efficient. (Triangular)
Which direction did Columbus sail in his attempt to reach Asia?
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Which direction did Columbus sail in his attempt to reach Asia?
West
What did Columbus name the general area in which he landed?
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What did Columbus name the general area in which he landed?
West Indies
Which explorer was the first to circumnavigate the earth? Columbus, Magellan, Cortes, Ponce de Leon
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Which explorer was the first to circumnavigate the earth? Columbus, Magellan, Cortes, Ponce de Leon
Magellan
How easy is this practice?
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How easy is this practice?
Super easy
What grade are you going to get?
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What grade are you going to get?
an A.
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