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Some conquistadors married Native American women or had illegitimate children. European young men enlisted in the army because it was one way out of poverty.

Catholic priests instructed the soldiers in mathematics, writing, theology, Latin, Greek, and history, and wrote letters and official documents for them.

King's army officers taught military arts. An uneducated young recruit could become a military leader, elected by their fellow professional soldiers, perhaps based on merit.

Others were born into hidalgo families, and as such they were members of the Spanish nobility with some studies but without economic resources.

Even some rich nobility families' members became soldiers or missionaries, but mostly not the firstborn heirs.

They were second cousins born in Extremadura , where many of the Spanish conquerors were born. The two orders had very different approaches to the conversion of the Indians.

The Franciscans used a method of mass conversion, sometimes baptizing many thousands of Indians in a day. This method was championed by prominent Franciscans such as Toribio de Benavente.

The conquistadors took many different roles, including religious leader, harem keeper, King or Emperor, deserter and Native American warrior. Francisco Pizarro had children with more than 40 women.

The division of the booty produced bloody conflicts, such as the one between Pizarro and De Almagro. After present-day Peruvian territories fell to Spain, Francisco Pizarro dispatched El Adelantado , Diego de Almagro , before they became enemies to the Inca Empire's northern city of Quito to claim it.

De Alvarado left South America in exchange for monetary compensation from Pizarro. De Almagro was executed in , by Hernando Pizarro 's orders.

The Emperor commissioned bishop Pedro de la Gasca to restore the peace, naming him president of the Audiencia and providing him with unlimited authority to punish and pardon the rebels.

Gasca repealed the New Laws , the issue around which the rebellion had been organized. Gasca convinced Pedro de Valdivia , explorer of Chile, Alonso de Alvarado another searcher for El Dorado , and others that if he were unsuccessful, a royal fleet of 40 ships and 15, men was preparing to sail from Seville in June.

In , Portugal conquered Ceuta , its first overseas colony. Throughout the 15th century, Portuguese explorers sailed the coast of Africa, establishing trading posts for tradable commodities such as firearms, spices, silver, gold, and slaves crossing Africa and India.

In the first consignment of slaves was brought to Lisbon ; slave trading was the most profitable branch of Portuguese commerce until the Indian subcontinent was reached.

Due to the import of the slave as early as , the kingdom of Portugal was able to establish a number of population of slaves throughout the Iberia due to its slave markets' dominance within Europe.

Before the Age of Conquest began, the continental Europe already associated darker skin color with slave-class, attributing to the slaves of African origins.

This sentiment traveled with the conquistadors when they began their explorations into the Americas. The predisposition inspired a lot of the entradas to seek slaves as part of the conquest.

He later tried to incorporate by marriage the kingdom of Portugal. Isabella notably supported Columbus's first voyage that launched the conquistadors into action.

The Iberian Peninsula was largely divided before the hallmark of this marriage. Five independent kingdoms: Portugal in the West, Aragon and Navarre in the East, Castile in the large center, and Granada in the south, all had independent sovereignty and conflicting interests.

The conflict between Christians and Muslims to control Iberia, which started from North African Muslim's successful launch of attack in , lasted from the years to The discovery of the New World by Spain rendered desirable a delimitation of the Spanish and Portuguese spheres of exploration.

Thus dividing the world into two exploration and colonizing areas seemed appropriate. This was accomplished by the Treaty of Tordesillas 7 June which modified the delimitation authorized by Pope Alexander VI in two bulls issued on 4 May Spain received the lands west of this line.

The known means of measuring longitude were so inexact that the line of demarcation could not in practice be determined, [14] subjecting the treaty to diverse interpretations.

It was particularly valuable to the Portuguese as a recognition of their new-found, [ clarification needed ] particularly when, in —, Vasco da Gama completed the voyage to India.

Later, when Spain established a route to the Indies from the west, Portugal arranged a second treaty, the Treaty of Zaragoza.

Sevilla la Nueva , established in , was the first Spanish settlement on the island of Jamaica , which the Spaniards called Isla de Santiago.

The capital was in an unhealthy location [15] and consequently moved around to the place they called "Villa de Santiago de la Vega", later named Spanish Town , in present-day Saint Catherine Parish.

Grijalva was sent out with four ships and some men. The fall of Tenochtitlan marks the beginning of Spanish rule in central Mexico, and they established their capital of Mexico City on the ruins of Tenochtitlan.

The Spanish conquest of the Aztec Empire was one of the most significant and complex events in world history. At the age of nearly seventy years he was made commander in by Ferdinand of the largest Spanish expedition.

An expedition commanded by Pizarro and his brothers explored south from what is today Panama, reaching Inca territory by The approval read: "In July the queen of Spain signed a charter allowing Pizarro to conquer the Incas.

Pizarro was named governor and captain of all conquests in New Castile. He sought a way to transport the Potosi's silver to Europe.

Africans were also conquistadors in the early Conquest campaigns in the Caribbean and Mexico. In the s there were enslaved black, free black, and free black sailors on Spanish ships crossing the Atlantic and developing new routes of conquest and trade in the Americas.

Spaniards recognized the value of these fighters. Although they usually chose to forget black contributions in written accounts of Spanish campaigns, Spaniards occasionally admitted that African men were outstanding soldiers because so many African men became slaves by being captured on battlefields back in Africa, they already had military experience before coming to the Americas.

One of the black conquistadors who fought against the Aztecs and survived the destruction of their empire was Juan Garrido.

Born in Africa, Garrido lived as a young slave in Portugal before being sold to a Spaniard and acquiring his freedom fighting in the conquests of Puerto Rico, Cuba, and other islands.

He fought in the Spanish—American War as a free servant or auxiliary, participating in Spanish expeditions to other parts of Mexico including Baja California in the s and s.

Granted a house plot in Mexico City, he raised a family there, working at times as a guard and town crier.

He claimed to have been the first person to plant wheat in Mexico. Sebastian Toral was an African slave and one of the first black conquistadors in the New World.

While a slave, he went with his Spanish owner on a campaign. He was able to earn his freedom during this service. In , the Spanish crown ordered that all slaves and free blacks in the colony had to pay a tribute to the crown.

However, Toral wrote in protest of the tax based on his services during his conquests. The Spanish king responded that Toral need not pay the tax because of his service.

Toral died a veteran of three transatlantic voyages and two Conquest expeditions, a man who had successfully petitioned the great Spanish King, walked the streets of Lisbon, Seville, and Mexico City, and helped found a capital city in the Americas.

Around he was purchased by Alonso Valiente to be a slaved domestic servant in Puebla, Mexico. In Juan Valiente made a deal with his owner to allow him to be a conquistador for four years with the agreement that all earnings would come back to Alonso.

He fought for many years in Chile and Peru. By he was a captain, horseman, and partner in Pedro de Valdivia's company in Chile.

He was later awarded an estate in Santiago; a city he would help Valdivia found. Both Alonso and Valiente tried to contact the other to make an agreement about Valiente's manumission and send Alonso his awarded money.

They were never able to reach each other and Valiente died in in the Battle of Tucapel. Pedro Fulupo was a black slave that fought in Costa Rica.

Juan Bardales was an African slave that fought in Honduras and Panama. For his service he was granted manumission and a pension of 50 pesos.

He joined the conquest in Venezuela and was made a captain. During the s, the Spanish began to travel through and colonize North America. They were looking for gold in foreign kingdoms.

By there were rumours of undiscovered lands to the northwest of Hispaniola. Another early motive was the search for the Seven Cities of Gold , or "Cibola", rumoured to have been built by Native Americans somewhere in the desert Southwest.

In Francisco de Ulloa , the first documented European to reach the Colorado River, sailed up the Gulf of California and a short distance into the river's delta.

The Basques were fur trading, fishing cod and whaling in Terranova Labrador and Newfoundland in , [31] and in Iceland by at least the early 17th century.

In Terranova they hunted bowheads and right whales , while in Iceland [35] they appear to have only hunted the latter. The Spanish fishery in Terranova declined over conflicts between Spain and other European powers during the late 16th and early 17th centuries.

As a result of his expedition, the Diego Ribeiro world map outlined the East coast of North America almost perfectly.

After several months of fighting native inhabitants through wilderness and swamp , the party reached Apalachee Bay with men.

They believed they were near other Spaniards in Mexico, but there was in fact miles of coast between them. They followed the coast westward, until they reached the mouth of the Mississippi River near to Galveston Island.

Later they were enslaved for a few years by various Native American tribes of the upper Gulf Coast.

They continued through Coahuila and Nueva Vizcaya ; then down the Gulf of California coast to what is now Sinaloa , Mexico, over a period of roughly eight years.

They spent years enslaved by the Ananarivo of the Louisiana Gulf Islands. Later they were enslaved by the Hans , the Capoques and others.

In they escaped into the American interior, contacting other Native American tribes along the way. In , Estevanico was one of four men who accompanied Marcos de Niza as a guide in search of the fabled Seven Cities of Cibola , preceding Coronado.

When the others were struck ill, Estevanico continued alone, opening up what is now New Mexico and Arizona. He was killed at the Zuni village of Hawikuh in present-day New Mexico.

The viceroy of New Spain Antonio de Mendoza , for whom is named the Codex Mendoza , commissioned several expeditions to explore and establish settlements in the northern lands of New Spain in — After unsuccessfully attempting to descend to the river, they left the area, defeated by the difficult terrain and torrid weather.

In , expeditions under Hernando de Alarcon and Melchior Diaz visited the area of Yuma and immediately saw the natural crossing of the Colorado River from Mexico to California by land as an ideal spot for a city, as the Colorado River narrows to slightly under feet wide in one small point.

Augustine Spanish Florida , is the first known and recorded Christian marriage anywhere in the continental United States.

They explored a part of the route visited by Coronado in New Mexico and other parts in the southwestern United States between and From to Francis Xavier worked in Maluku among the peoples of Ambon Island , Ternate , and Morotai , and laid the foundations for the Christian religion there.

He was the first governor-general of the Spanish East Indies. The Spanish settled and took control of Tidore in to trade spices and counter Dutch encroachment in the archipelago of Maluku.

The Spanish presence lasted until , when the settlers and military were moved back to the Philippines. Part of the Ternatean population chose to leave with the Spanish, settling near Manila in what later became the municipality of Ternate.

Since the arrival to Kagoshima Kyushu of a group of Jesuits with St. Francis Xavier missionary and Portuguese traders, Spain was interested in Japan.

As a seafaring people in the south-westernmost region of Europe, the Portuguese became natural leaders of exploration during the Middle Ages. Faced with the options of either accessing other European markets by sea, by exploiting its seafaring prowess, or by land, and facing the task of crossing Castile and Aragon territory, it is not surprising that goods were sent via the sea to England, Flanders , Italy and the Hanseatic league towns.

One important reason was the need for alternatives to the expensive eastern trade routes that followed the Silk Road. Those routes were dominated first by the republics of Venice and Genoa , and then by the Ottoman Empire after the conquest of Constantinople in The Ottomans barred European access.

For decades the Spanish Netherlands ports produced more revenue than the colonies since all goods brought from Spain, Mediterranean possessions, and the colonies were sold directly there to neighbouring European countries: wheat, olive oil, wine, silver, spice, wool and silk were big businesses.

The gold brought home from Guinea stimulated the commercial energy of the Portuguese, and its European neighbours, especially Spain.

Apart from their religious and scientific aspects, these voyages of discovery were highly profitable.

They had benefited from Guinea's connections with neighbouring Iberians and north African Muslim states. Due to these connections, mathematicians and experts in naval technology appeared in Portugal.

Portuguese and foreign experts made several breakthroughs in the fields of mathematics, cartography and naval technology.

Portuguese explored the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific oceans before the Iberian Union period — Although well received, he was forbidden to depart.

In , Vasco da Gama reached India. The Portuguese sailors sailed eastward to such places as Taiwan, Japan, and the island of Timor. Several writers have also suggested the Portuguese were the first Europeans to discover Australia and New Zealand.

Attracting settlers proved difficult; however, the Jewish settlement was a success and their descendants settled many parts of Brazil.

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