This category is telling you a little bit about the knowledge part of worldview for the Spanish. The first artifact is a torture tool from the Spanish inquisition or the reconquista the torture tool I am using is the rack the Spanish were really knowledgeable when it came to this. The rack consists of a rectangular, wooden frame, slightly raised from the ground, with a roller at one, or both, ends, at one end a fixed bar to which the legs are fastened, and at the other a movable bar to which the hands are tied. The victim's feet are fastened to one roller, and the wrists are chained to the other. This is a very complicated torture tool that really explains how knowledgeable the Spanish could be when it came to getting their way. The second artifact is the idea of the voyage I am representing this with the ship and the map. To explain a typical Spanish voyage I am using an example of what Christopher Columbus had to go through. First you must go to the royal castle to see Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand to beg for the chance to get money for your voyage [a ship and a crew]. If you make it past that you must make sure you have everything you need if the king and queen can’t supply you with a crew you must find one what Christopher Columbus did was use the Jew and Muslim prisoners from the inquisition. Plus you have the stress of making sure you bring something back for the king and queen or else you will be in trouble. This showed their knowledge because it is giving you a glimpse of the things they did to get gold and resources to become rich and powerful country.
This category is going to tell you a lot about the Spanish geography and how it really played a big role in Spanish riches. The first artifact is a bottle of water but the water in it is from the Atlantic Ocean. I am using this because Spain is right by the Atlantic Ocean and a lot of important events in history happened in the Atlantic Ocean like the finding of the Aztec...
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