What did Afonso de Albuquerque mean when he proposed to make the Indian Ocean a “Portuguese Lake”? How did Dutch involvement in Asia differ from that of Portuguese? You just studied 10 terms!
How did the Portuguese gain control of trade in Southeast Asia?
how did the portuguese gain control over asian trade? … rich islamic trading port that controlled the sea route linking india, southeast asia, and china. east indian port. portuguese killed all muslim inhabitants here.
Which two European countries dominated trade in Southeast Asia and the Indian Ocean?
BWHS World History EO 1
|Which civilization greatly influenced Southeast Asia?||India|
|Which civilization strictly controlled European trading rights?||China|
|Which country led overseas exploration?||Portugal|
|Which country dominated trade in India in the late 1700s?||Britain|
Why did the Portuguese not enjoy more success?
Why did the Portuguese not enjoy more success in their first voyage? When da Gama finally met the leader of Calicut, the conference went badly. The Portuguese had brought few goods of value to India, and the ruler expected gold in return for the spices that da Gama desired.
What was the significance of the Portuguese finding a sea route to India?
Gama’s voyage was significant and paved the way for the Portuguese to establish a long-lasting colonial empire in Asia. The route meant that the Portuguese would not need to cross the highly disputed Mediterranean, or the dangerous Arabian Peninsula, and that the entire voyage would be made by sea.
Which European nation built the most lasting colonies in the New World?
France. France founded colonies in the Americas: in eastern North America (which had not been colonized by Spain north of Florida), a number of Caribbean islands (which had often already been conquered by the Spanish or depopulated by disease), and small coastal parts of South America.
What did the Portuguese discover?
Portuguese expansion into the Atlantic began with the discovery of the Canary Islands in 1341. These are shown on the map off the west coast of North Africa. They are labeled Insule Canarie. Portugal then began a programme of systematic exploration under Prince Henry the Navigator (1394-1460).