The Age of Exploration
The Age of Exploration was a time that brought two worlds together. This action caused changes. The Age of Exploration was a revolution because the Europeans wanted to find new trade routes due to their desire for Gold, Glory, and God. This inspired global cultural diffusion to disperse. One example of the Age of Exploration was trade. According to Document 3, Muslims were getting at the money because they were desired to find new trade routes to Asia. In other words, the price would rise because the supplies were valuable in Europe. The document is an example of trade because Muslims were the middle men in trade between Asia and Europe. Europeans were paying more money for Asian goods. Christopher Columbus set out to find a trade route a stumble upon a New World. He began a major exchange called the Columbian Exchange. Another example of the Age of Exploration was technology. One example of technology was the astrolabe. According to Document 2, the astrolabe was used to show how the sky looks at a specific place at a given time. In other words, the astrolabe helped traders see better when they were either trading or finding new trade routes. The document is an example of technology because it explains how the astrolabe was used. The Mariners’ Astrolabe was used to determine the latitude of a ship at sea by measuring the noon altitude of the sun or the meridian altitude of the Sun or the meridian altitude of a star of known declination. An astrolabe was historically used by astronomers, navigators, and astrologers. In this case, navigators used the astrolabe during the Age of Exploration. The Age of Exploration caused these things that led to effects. The effect of the Age of Exploration changed the two worlds. One example of effects of the Age of Exploration was mercantilism, which was an economic system that provided supplies to the Europeans and made them wealthy. According to document 6, it connects to...
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