European ocean trips of geographic expedition can be facilely divided into two countries. First was the move to the East. which was pioneered by the Portuguese. And 2nd was the diffusion due wests across the Atlantic to the New World. which was commanded by the Portuguese but finally domineered by the Spanish opposite numbers. The difference was that Europe had known of India and China for centuries. whereas America was wholly unsuspected. When Columbus landed in the Americas in 1492. America was more of a barrier between Europe and the true award of the Indies across the Earth.
This was by far the most motivative factor that Europeans delved into life endangering ocean trips in the H2O to derive control over that portion of the universe. Not much was in favour of the European adventurers because they used decrepit wooden ships and were guided by petroleum and crude instruments into chartless seas. where nil was marked and switching currents were a sedate enigma. These challenges of geographic expedition were great but so were the motives: a lecherousness for gold and glorification. missional ardor for change overing the “savage” . and the desire to derive cognition. An economic cause of these ocean trips is chiefly the competition between states.
The place of the Spanish was that they wanted to vie with the Gallic and the British. Spain’s enlargement was limited into Europe because of France so they expanded a spot into northern Africa but this was non honoring. With clip this became evident that additions in territorial power and wealth through colonisation of the new universe. The Spanish clung on the chance taking to the other major powers to spread out their power over and above the others. The technological progresss in mapmaking. pilotage. ship building. and pieces contributed to Europe globalisation.
In fact these progresss gave the Europeans an border over anybody else. Technological inventions in pilotage set the phase for geographic expedition for the Europeans. Bigger. faster ships and the innovation of navigational devices such as the astrolabe and sextant made extended ocean trips possible. All in all. these factors contributed to the success of the European ocean trips and were the motive derived to really back up the cause of these ocean trips.
Mentions Applied History Research Group. The European Voyages of Exploration the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries- 102-104