Age of Exploration and Isolation. 1400-1800 Chapter 3. Europeans Explore the East. Section 1. Traditional Eurasian Trade Routes. Europeans Begin to Explore the East. Beginning in 1400’s, desire to explore called 3 G’s (Gold, God, Glory)
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B. New technology – compass, faster ships, astrolabe, better mapmaking skills made traveling by ship easier, safer
C. Sparked by Renaissance curiosity and sense of adventure
D. Desire to spread Christianity
Portugal Leads the Way
British and French Traders
Society was very structured