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________ become isolated because they were devastated by two invasions from the Japanese and the Manchus.
The _________ set up a new dynasty called the Qing and one successful ruler of this dynasty was Kangxi's grandson.
Invaders from the north that ruled a region in Manchuria that had long been influenced by
China was the ___________.
In the mid-1600s, which nation captured Malacca from the Portuguese and developed a monopoly on trade in the Spice Islands?
Dutch or netherlands
Large quantities of American silver flowed into the economies of East Asia through what important Spanish trading center?
In Ming China, why did European traders pay for Chinese silks and porcelains in gold or silver instead of exchanging trade goods?
The Chinese did not want inferior European trade goods.
After the Japanese, and later the Manchus, invaded Korea, the Koreans responded by
excluding foreigners from their nation.
When the first European traders arrived in the 1500s, the Japanese responded by
welcoming trade with the West.
In the 1400s, Europeans searched for new trade routes to obtain valuable spices that came mainly from
The voyage to Calicut by Vasco da Gama soon led to the creation of a vast trading empire for
What statement best describes the significance of the settlement of Cape Town?
It was the first permanent European settlement in Africa.
Who was the brilliant Jesuit Priest that made a strong impression on the Chinese?
Who was the head of a British diplomatic mission to China and brought samples of British made goods to show the Chinese why they should trade with the west?
The islands that Christopher Columbus explored in his voyage in 1492 later became known as
who were the boers
dutch farmers who settled around cape town
How did the Chinese economy fare under the Qing dynasty?
Farm output increased and Chinese industry expanded.
The southern tip of Africa became known as the Cape of Good Hope because
rounding it gave sailors a direct sea route to Asia.
A coastal city of East Africa that was an important trade center
led the way in sponsoring exploration for Portugal
a ruler of Kongo who tried to halt the slave trade in his lands
an island off the coast of India seized by the Portuguese in 1510
an island chain once called the Spice Islands
How did Portuguese explorer Bartholomeu Dias seek a sea route to Asia in 1460?
He rounded the southern tip of Africa.
The first Europeans to challenge Portuguese domination of Asian trade were the
a person who wants to convert others to a religion
a large farming estate
exclusive control of a business or industry
What critical mistake did Columbus make when he left Spain in 1492?
he underestimated Earth's size
Early ____________ made maps that aided in navigation and led to new discoveries.
Why did Ming China demand that Europeans pay for goods with gold or silver?
European textiles and metalwork were inferior to Chinese products
The Ming rulers allowed limited trade with Europeans under the condition that the Europeans would
leave at the end of the trading season
Osei Tutu traded in gold and slaves to help build the powerful
How did Europeans usually acquire African captives for the slave trade?
They relied on African traders to bring captives to African ports.
In 1513, Spanish adventurer Vasco Núñez de Balboa reached the Pacific Ocean by
traveling overland through Panama.
Why did Japanese shoguns turn against foreign traders in the mid-1500s?
Japan saw foreigners as a threat after Spain seized the Philippines.
How did European expansion of the slave trade affect African states in the 1600s and 1700s?
African states competed to dominate the slave trade.
The Line of Demarcation divided world trade and exploration rights between the
Spanish and Portuguese.
The new dynasty that ruled China after the decline of the Ming dynasty
a Portuguese trading post in Ming China
formed by a group of wealthy merchants, it had full sovereign powers
dutch east indian company
led an expedition that became the first to circumnavigate Earth
united his people by claiming that they shared spiritual bonds
Explain Christopher Columbus's significance to the Age of Exploration. Please also include reasons as to why could be considered both a hero and a villain.
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