eBook Voyage of Magellan (Exploration Through the Ages) download
by Richard Humble
Author: Richard Humble
Publisher: Franklin Watts (February 1, 1989)
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Chapters are limited to two-page spreads, generously illustrated. Each chapter deals with some aspect of Magellan's voyage, starting with exploration in general and ending with the specific effects of his travels.
Chapters are limited to two-page spreads, generously illustrated. There is space devoted to details of life on a ship of that time, including an excellent cross-section of a ship and the titles and duties of the crew. Navigation, astronomy, food, and the dangers of such a trip are all discussed before the actual voyage is described.
The Age of Discovery, or the Age of Exploration (approximately from the beginning of the 15th century until the middle of the 17th century), is an informal and loosely defined term for the period in European history in which extensive overseas explor.
The Age of Discovery, or the Age of Exploration (approximately from the beginning of the 15th century until the middle of the 17th century), is an informal and loosely defined term for the period in European history in which extensive overseas exploration emerged as a powerful factor in European culture and which was the beginning of globalization. It also marks the rise of the widespread adoption of colonialism and mercantilism as national policies in Europe
The four voyages of Columbus began the Spanish colonization of the Americas. A spherical Earth had been the general opinion of Ancient Greek science, and this view continued through the Middle Ages (for example, Bede mentions it in The Reckoning of Time).
The four voyages of Columbus began the Spanish colonization of the Americas. Voyages of Christopher Columbus. The four voyages of Columbus. In fact Eratosthenes had measured the diameter of the Earth with good precision in the 2nd century BC. Where Columbus did differ from the generally accepted view of his time was in his incorrect arguments that assumed a significantly smaller diameter for the Earth, claiming that Asia could be easily reached by sailing west across the Atlantic.
Other important voyages of exploration during this era included Ferdinand Magellan's attempted . The Age of Exploration had a significant impact on geography
The Age of Exploration had a significant impact on geography. By traveling to different regions around the globe, explorers were able to learn more about areas such as Africa and the Americas and bring that knowledge back to Europe. Methods of navigation and mapping improved as a result of the travels of people such as Prince Henry the Navigator.
The Voyage of Magellan. by Richard Hook and Richard Humble. Age Range:9 to 12 years. Grade Range:Grades 4 to 7. Related Subjects.
The Voyage Of Magellan book. Voyage of Magellan (Exploration Through the Ages). 0531106381 (ISBN13: 9780531106389).
Exploration through the ages. Читайте также: Look through the vocabulary below that may be useful when speaking about your family. Some of the earliest sea voyages were undertaken by the Polynesians who had immediate and easy contact with the ocean. The literature of exploration. As they spread from island to island, their navigational skills and knowledge of the area grew. Later in the 15th-16th century the development of the quadrant and other instruments, a better understanding of the functioning of the magnetic compass, as well as improvements in cartography made voyages somewhat less dangerous.
Author Richard Humble has done an excellent job of describing the voyages of these intrepid explorers and explaining how seamanship, navigational skills, determination, optimism, luck, and an iron will led these explorers to succeed in their voyages. The rivalry between Spain and Portugal is also skillfully portrayed.
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Voyages Principal Voyage By the end of October 1517, Magellan was in Seville . A Journal of a Late Voyage of Mr. De Gennes to the Traits of Magellan, By le Sr.
Voyages Principal Voyage By the end of October 1517, Magellan was in Seville, becoming a Spanish citizen. Once through the strait, Magellan continued northward up the coast of Chile. In March the reached the island we now know as Guam. Here, they found and ate fresh food for the first time in 99 days. 9 Having found a route through South America, Magellan was still determined to reach the Spice Islands. He and his fleet continued west.