If we don't end war, war will end us. One of the most major impacts on europe was “The age of exploration”, it was a period in the mid 15th centuries until the 17th century where European ships were traveling around the world to search for new trading routes and partners to feed burgeoning capitalism in Europe. Another major impact on europe was “The Renaissance” (rebirth), it was a period where many of the changes experienced between the 14th and 16th centuries were inspired by a revival of the classical art and intellect of Ancient Greece and Rome. “I'm going to fight this. I'm going to survive.
The colonies became greedy and wanted more land to expand and increase their wealth. They took advantage of what England gave them. England’s actions were reasonable and the colonies were acting spoiled. The colonies did not follow the English rules. At this time, the colonies were able to get away with many things from England.
The Mediterranean trade was a trade route that helped spread goods from areas that were in large quantity to areas that were short in supply. Plus, it was also an important feature that aided in the development of civilizations of Europe. But not only did this help revive it, it was also the impact of the Crusades. The Crusades was a cycle of Christian military campaigns that dominated the politics of Europe. The impact of this resulted in two things: noble courts and flourishing cities.
As the Europeans started to settle into the time of the 1400s, a new longing for exploration washed over civilization, more commonly known as the Age of Exploration. Over the years that the Age of Exploration took place, it brought its fair share of benefits and faults. This time period brought things like the commercial revolution and advancements in technology to the Europeans. As on the other side of the spectrum brought a Plague of misfortune to the many around the world. It was from these qualities that the Age of Exploration had that made it a debatable topic weather it was solely good or bad.
a. Trade and the advancement of technology both motivated and provided the means to the colonization and exploration across the seas. First, trading throughout Europe demonstrated a very profitable means of income for every nation, but the slow travel routes motivated the exploration of a new path to the desired destination. Trading had also provided the means of colonization because of the motivated exploration of new land. The development and advancement of new technologies had encouraged exploration because of the desire to demonstrate and test the new technologies such as the compass and gunpowder.
The Age of Exploration was a great change in the history of world during 15th-18th century. European explorers went on voyages of discovery in search of different routes for getting riches. Once the New World was discovered, the exploration brought many new things to Europe and from other places of the world to the New World. Three causes for the Age of Exploration were Glory, God, and Gold and the effects of the European exploration were the European dominance of the world, the spread of religion and the Columbian Exchange, which introduced many new products and at the same time brought diseases. One cause for the Age of Exploration was Glory.
The mighty empire of Spain had conquered many places during its command for the benefit of their country. The benefits were riches, laborers, crop, land, and missionaries. The areas in which Spain colonized were South America, the Caribbean, and the American Southwest. They colonized these areas to make them their own. Spain wanted to gain a profit and expand their culture through exploring, sending the word of God through missions, and conquering empires for gold.
The Renaissance was a period in European history that triggered a region wide development in the fine arts, intellectual studies and technology. With the expansion of understanding in the fields of science, philosophy and technology and the accumulation of wealth of many European nations, it led to them to expand their own fleets and finance exploration missions throughout the world. The Columbian Exchange was a by-product of the Age of Exploration and was the transfer of plants, animals and technology between the “Old World” and the “New World”. The Columbian Exchange involved the entire modern world. Irrevocably, the Columbian Exchange helped trigger the largest population boom in world history, it led to a boom in the overall economy and
Since the discovery of luxurious non-European goods and their prosperous economic nature, European intervention outside of Europe steadily increased focused by the motives of “god, glory, and gold.” European systematically discovered each inch of the globe and thus created inevitable circumstances of interaction between Europeans and non-Europeans lasting from late 1700s to early 1900s. European attitudes toward this interaction greatly varied due to intellectual and cultural European trends that greatly altered their own point of view. Early interactions were guided by widely accepted Enlightenment ideals that expected individualism and tolerable thus creating an attitude of awe and respect from the Europeans to non-Europeans. However, the rise of nationalism, Industrial Revolution, and
In the coming years it became increasingly important for countries to establish claims in the sew world to gain access to vast untapped resources and wealth. While Spain and Portugal were the dominant powers in the beginning, eventually the French, British, and other nations would attempt to gain territory themselves. A negative effect from this era of exploration to the new world is that it allowed for the expansion of the slave trade into one of the most profitable industries of the day. While it was extremely beneficial in the beginning of the exploration period, eventually rivalry between European powers would much conflict and hardship as they attempted to expand their gains in the New