The consequences of the Discoveries

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Treaty of Tordesillas in 1499: This treaty was a solution to avoid problems between Spain and Portugal- It is a line of demarcation . Portugal received territories east of the line Africa, Asia and Brazil and Castile received territories west of line , most of the territories from the Americas to Asia :

Treaty of Tordesillas in 1499: This treaty was a solution to avoid problems between Spain and Portugal- It is a line of demarcation . Portugal received territories east of the line Africa, Asia and Brazil and Castile received territories west of line , most of the territories from the Americas to A sia

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After the excellent Megan´s explanation can you explain this map ? Please

European supremacy::

European supremacy: Some European countries began to acquire territory and extend their influence on other continents . They wanted to benefit from trade and exploit the resources of these continents . The rivalry among European countries lasted five centuries Can you explain this map . Which countries colonised America and Where?

Consequences of the Discoveries:

Consequences of the Discoveries 1- Major progress in Science . Do you Know Why . Answer the question? Knowledge of the lands and oceans on the planet became more accurate .Many new plant and animal species were discoveries. All of this contributed to developments in Geography, Natural Science and cartography What are these products? Explain it

Oh ! the worst consequences:

Oh ! the worst consequences One of the most important consequences of the discoveries was the contact among different peoples 1-Diseases introduced by Europeans caused a dramatic decline in the indigenous population of America 2-The indigenous suffered a big exploitation 3-Black people were taken from A frica as slaves 4- Both suffered a lot . They were marginalized in this new society( marginados )

Bartolomé de las Casas:

Bartolomé de las Casas Spanish monk. He defended the indigenous and got a signature of a document from Charles I to avoid their persecution and exploitation.

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