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Age of Exploration was the time in which the American Continent was discovered by various explorers. It was the time in history when long sea journeys were the norm of the day. Financed by rulers of different countries, various...

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    America is named after______

The period is characterized as a time when Europeans began exploring the world by sea in search of new trading routes, wealth, and knowledge. The period lasted from the 15th to the 17th centuries. How much can you remember...

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    Sailed around the Cape of ope to India 

Chapter 2: The Conquest of the Americas The Age of Exploration

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    One of the main goals of European exploration was to

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Age Of Exploration Questions & Answers

What technologies were used in the age of exploration?
Navigation Ships because the sail thingy was also madethe triangular sails were used during this era and improved sailing in order to travel farther due to the shape of the sail
Who was America named after?
The United States of America was actually named after an italian explorer named Amerigo Vespucci. The whole of the Americas both North America and South America were named after Vespucci. The America’s were first referred to as the New World v
Which technologies improved in the age of exploration?
C. Ships is also a correct answer, due to the fact that new ships like the "caravel" in this case built by the Portuguese,were being developedto explore along the West African coast and into the Atlantic Ocean, making ships another improved
Who is this guy?
He is Columbus. His full name was Christopher Columbus and he was an Italian explorer and navigator. He was born in 1451 in the Republic of Genoa, now it's called Italy. He loved to make voyages and he was a self-explorer also. Between the years149