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  1. Spain: History 1500-present Spain’s dominant religion is ____________. The Renaissance was a _____ of the cultures of _______ and ______. Spanish author, ______, wrote Don ______, a book that made fun of knights and medieval society. It was the first ____, a new type of literature. The three major motivations for exploration were ______, ____, and ______. 1492: _________________ sailed west in search of a western route to __________, but instead ran into the ___________________ islands. However, his discovery spread rapidly by ____________________’s invention of the printing press. Thus, he was considered to have “___________________” America. http://www.salem.k12.va.us/staff/mingerson/spainstory.ppt

  2. Spain: History 1500-present Spain’s dominant religion is Roman Catholic. The Renaissance was a ______ of the cultures of ______ and _______. Spanish author, ______, wrote Don _____, a book that made fun of knights and medieval society. It was the first ____, a new type of literature. The three major motivations for exploration were ______, ______, and _____. 1492: _______________ sailed west in search of a western route to __________, but instead ran into the ___________________ islands. However, his discovery spread rapidly by ____________________’s invention of the printing press. Thus, he was considered to have “___________________” America.

  3. Spain: History 1500-present Spain’s dominant religion is Roman Catholic. The Renaissance was a rebirth of the cultures of _______ and _____. Spanish author, _______, wrote Don ______, a book that made fun of knights and medieval society. It was the first ____, a new type of literature. The three major motivations for exploration were _____, ____, and ______. 1492: ____________________ sailed west in search of a western route to __________, but instead ran into the ___________________ islands. However, his discovery spread rapidly by ____________________’s invention of the printing press. Thus, he was considered to have “___________________” America.

  4. Spain: History 1500-present Spain’s dominant religion is Roman Catholic. The Renaissance was a rebirth of the cultures of Greece and Rome. Spanish author, ________, wrote Don ______, a book that made fun of knights and medieval society. It was the first ____, a new type of literature. The three major motivations for exploration were ______, ___, and _____. 1492: ____________________ sailed west in search of a western route to __________, but instead ran into the ___________________ islands. However, his discovery spread rapidly by ____________________’s invention of the printing press. Thus, he was considered to have “___________________” America.

  5. Spain: History 1500-present Spain’s dominant religion is Roman Catholic. The Renaissance was a rebirth of the cultures of Greece and Rome. Spanish author, Cervantes, wrote Don _______, a book that made fun of knights and medieval society. It was the first ____, a new type of literature. The three major motivations for exploration were ______, ____, and ____. 1492: ____________________ sailed west in search of a western route to __________, but instead ran into the ___________________ islands. However, his discovery spread rapidly by ____________________’s invention of the printing press. Thus, he was considered to have “___________________” America.

  6. Spain: History 1500-present Spain’s dominant religion is Roman Catholic. The Renaissance was a rebirth of the cultures of Greece and Rome. Spanish author, Cervantes, wrote DonQuixote, a book that made fun of knights and medieval society. It was the first ____, a new type of literature. The three major motivations for exploration were ______, _____, and ______. 1492: ________ sailed west in search of a western route to _______, but instead ran into the ________ islands. However, his discovery spread rapidly by _______’s invention of the printing press. Thus, he was considered to have “_______” America.

  7. Spain: History 1500-present Spain’s dominant religion is Roman Catholic. The Renaissance was a rebirth of the cultures of Greece and Rome. Spanish author, Cervantes, wrote DonQuixote, a book that made fun of knights and medieval society. It was the first novel, a new type of literature. The three major motivations for exploration were ______, ________, and _____. 1492: ___________ sailed west in search of a western route to ____, but instead ran into the _______ islands. However, his discovery spread rapidly by ______’s invention of the printing press. Thus, he was considered to have “__________” America.

  8. Spain: History 1500-present Spain’s dominant religion is Roman Catholic. The Renaissance was a rebirth of the cultures of Greece and Rome. Spanish author, Cervantes, wrote DonQuixote, a book that made fun of knights and medieval society. It was the first novel, a new type of literature. The three major motivations for exploration were Gold, Glory, and God1492: _________________ sailed west in search of a western route to __________, but instead ran into the _________ islands. However, his discovery spread rapidly by __________’s invention of the printing press. Thus, he was considered to have “_______” America.

  9. Spain: History 1500-present Spain’s dominant religion is Roman Catholic. The Renaissance was a rebirth of the cultures of Greece and Rome. Spanish author, Cervantes, wrote DonQuixote, a book that made fun of knights and medieval society. It was the first novel, a new type of literature. The three major motivations for exploration were Gold, Glory, and God1492: Christopher Columbus sailed west in search of a western route to __________, but instead ran into the ____________ islands. However, his discovery spread rapidly by ______’s invention of the printing press. Thus, he was considered to have “__________” America.

  10. Spain: History 1500-present Spain’s dominant religion is Roman Catholic. The Renaissance was a rebirth of the cultures of Greece and Rome. Spanish author, Cervantes, wrote DonQuixote, a book that made fun of knights and medieval society. It was the first novel, a new type of literature. The three major motivations for exploration were Gold, Glory, and God1492: Christopher Columbus sailed west in search of a western route to India, but instead ran into the __________ islands. However, his discovery spread rapidly by _______’s invention of the printing press. Thus, he was considered to have “_________” America.

  11. Spain: History 1500-present Spain’s dominant religion is Roman Catholic. The Renaissance was a rebirth of the cultures of Greece and Rome. Spanish author, Cervantes, wrote DonQuixote, a book that made fun of knights and medieval society. It was the first novel, a new type of literature. The three major motivations for exploration were Gold, Glory, and God1492: Christopher Columbus sailed west in search of a western route to India, but instead ran into the Caribbean islands. However, his discovery spread rapidly by __________’s invention of the printing press. Thus, he was considered to have “__________” America.

  12. Spain: History 1500-present Spain’s dominant religion is Roman Catholic. The Renaissance was a rebirth of the cultures of Greece and Rome. Spanish author, Cervantes, wrote DonQuixote, a book that made fun of knights and medieval society. It was the first novel, a new type of literature. The three major motivations for exploration were Gold, Glory, and God1492: Christopher Columbus sailed west in search of a western route to India, but instead ran into the Caribbean islands. However, his discovery spread rapidly by Gutenburg’s invention of the printing press. Thus, he was considered to have “__________” America.

  13. Spain: History 1500-present Spain’s dominant religion is Roman Catholic. The Renaissance was a rebirth of the cultures of Greece and Rome. Spanish author, Cervantes, wrote DonQuixote, a book that made fun of knights and medieval society. It was the first novel, a new type of literature. The three major motivations for exploration were Gold, Glory, and God1492: Christopher Columbus sailed west in search of a western route to India, but instead ran into the Caribbean islands. However, his discovery spread rapidly by Gutenburg’s invention of the printing press. Thus, he was considered to have “discovered” America.

  14. _____________ set sail in 1517 in search of a western route to ____. He died on the way, but his crew became the first people to ___________ the world. In 1521, ____________ landed in _______, where he fought with the ______ tribe, who were well known for human sacrifice and ____. Wanting their ____, ______ defeated them in battle and became known as a _________. ___________ landed in South America where he came into contact with the ____, who were well known for building _____ and growing _____. _____ quickly conquered them (aided by the spread of _______, which killed millions of Indians) and claimed the land for _____.

  15. Ferdinand Magellan set sail in 1517 in search of a western route to ____. He died on the way, but his crew became the first people to ___________ the world. In 1521, ____________ landed in _______, where he fought with the ______ tribe, who were well known for human sacrifice and ____. Wanting their ____, ______ defeated them in battle and became known as a _________. ___________ landed in South America where he came into contact with the ____, who were well known for building _____ and growing _____. _____ quickly conquered them (aided by the spread of _______, which killed millions of Indians) and claimed the land for _____.

  16. Ferdinand Magellan set sail in 1517 in search of a western route to India. He died on the way, but his crew became the first people to ___________ the world. In 1521, ____________ landed in _______, where he fought with the ______ tribe, who were well known for human sacrifice and ____. Wanting their ____, ______ defeated them in battle and became known as a _________. ___________ landed in South America where he came into contact with the ____, who were well known for building _____ and growing _____. _____ quickly conquered them (aided by the spread of _______, which killed millions of Indians) and claimed the land for _____.

  17. Ferdinand Magellan set sail in 1517 in search of a western route to India. He died on the way, but his crew became the first people to circumnavigate the world. In 1521, ____________ landed in _______, where he fought with the ______ tribe, who were well known for human sacrifice and ____. Wanting their ____, ______ defeated them in battle and became known as a _________. ___________ landed in South America where he came into contact with the ____, who were well known for building _____ and growing _____. _____ quickly conquered them (aided by the spread of _______, which killed millions of Indians) and claimed the land for _____.

  18. Ferdinand Magellan set sail in 1517 in search of a western route to India. He died on the way, but his crew became the first people to circumnavigate the world. In 1521, Hernan Cortez landed in _______, where he fought with the ______ tribe, who were well known for human sacrifice and ____. Wanting their ____, ______ defeated them in battle and became known as a _________. ___________ landed in South America where he came into contact with the ____, who were well known for building _____ and growing _____. _____ quickly conquered them (aided by the spread of _______, which killed millions of Indians) and claimed the land for _____.

  19. Ferdinand Magellan set sail in 1517 in search of a western route to India. He died on the way, but his crew became the first people to circumnavigate the world. In 1521, Hernan Cortez landed in Mexico, where he fought with the ______ tribe, who were well known for human sacrifice and ____. Wanting their ____, ______ defeated them in battle and became known as a _________. ___________ landed in South America where he came into contact with the ____, who were well known for building _____ and growing _____. _____ quickly conquered them (aided by the spread of _______, which killed millions of Indians) and claimed the land for _____.

  20. Ferdinand Magellan set sail in 1517 in search of a western route to India. He died on the way, but his crew became the first people to circumnavigate the world. In 1521, Hernan Cortez landed in Mexico, where he fought with the Aztec tribe, who were well known for human sacrifice and ____. Wanting their ____, ______ defeated them in battle and became known as a _________. ___________ landed in South America where he came into contact with the ____, who were well known for building _____ and growing _____. _____ quickly conquered them (aided by the spread of _______, which killed millions of Indians) and claimed the land for _____.

  21. Ferdinand Magellan set sail in 1517 in search of a western route to India. He died on the way, but his crew became the first people to circumnavigate the world. In 1521, Hernan Cortez landed in Mexico, where he fought with the Aztec tribe, who were well known for human sacrifice and gold. Wanting their ____, ______ defeated them in battle and became known as a _________. ___________ landed in South America where he came into contact with the ____, who were well known for building _____ and growing _____. _____ quickly conquered them (aided by the spread of _______, which killed millions of Indians) and claimed the land for _____.

  22. Ferdinand Magellan set sail in 1517 in search of a western route to India. He died on the way, but his crew became the first people to circumnavigate the world. In 1521, Hernan Cortez landed in Mexico, where he fought with the Aztec tribe, who were well known for human sacrifice and gold. Wanting their gold, ______ defeated them in battle and became known as a _________. ___________ landed in South America where he came into contact with the ____, who were well known for building _____ and growing _____. _____ quickly conquered them (aided by the spread of _______, which killed millions of Indians) and claimed the land for _____.

  23. Ferdinand Magellan set sail in 1517 in search of a western route to India. He died on the way, but his crew became the first people to circumnavigate the world. In 1521, Hernan Cortez landed in Mexico, where he fought with the Aztec tribe, who were well known for human sacrifice and gold. Wanting their gold, Cortez defeated them in battle and became known as a _________. ___________ landed in South America where he came into contact with the ____, who were well known for building _____ and growing _____. _____ quickly conquered them (aided by the spread of _______, which killed millions of Indians) and claimed the land for _____.

  24. Ferdinand Magellan set sail in 1517 in search of a western route to India. He died on the way, but his crew became the first people to circumnavigate the world. In 1521, Hernan Cortez landed in Mexico, where he fought with the Aztec tribe, who were well known for human sacrifice and gold. Wanting their gold, Cortez defeated them in battle and became known as a conquistador. ___________ landed in South America where he came into contact with the ____, who were well known for building _____ and growing _____. _____ quickly conquered them (aided by the spread of _______, which killed millions of Indians) and claimed the land for _____.

  25. Ferdinand Magellan set sail in 1517 in search of a western route to India. He died on the way, but his crew became the first people to circumnavigate the world. In 1521, Hernan Cortez landed in Mexico, where he fought with the Aztec tribe, who were well known for human sacrifice and gold. Wanting their gold, Cortez defeated them in battle and became known as a conquistador. Francisco Pizarro landed in South America where he came into contact with the ____, who were well known for building _____ and growing _____. _____ quickly conquered them (aided by the spread of _______, which killed millions of Indians) and claimed the land for _____.

  26. Ferdinand Magellan set sail in 1517 in search of a western route to India. He died on the way, but his crew became the first people to circumnavigate the world. In 1521, Hernan Cortez landed in Mexico, where he fought with the Aztec tribe, who were well known for human sacrifice and gold. Wanting their gold, Cortez defeated them in battle and became known as a conquistador. Francisco Pizarro landed in South America where he came into contact with the Incas, who were well known for building _____ and growing _____. _____ quickly conquered them (aided by the spread of _______, which killed millions of Indians) and claimed the land for _____.

  27. Ferdinand Magellan set sail in 1517 in search of a western route to India. He died on the way, but his crew became the first people to circumnavigate the world. In 1521, Hernan Cortez landed in Mexico, where he fought with the Aztec tribe, who were well known for human sacrifice and gold. Wanting their gold, Cortez defeated them in battle and became known as a conquistador. Francisco Pizarro landed in South America where he came into contact with the Incas, who were well known for building bridges and growing _____. _____ quickly conquered them (aided by the spread of _______, which killed millions of Indians) and claimed the land for _____.

  28. Ferdinand Magellan set sail in 1517 in search of a western route to India. He died on the way, but his crew became the first people to circumnavigate the world. In 1521, Hernan Cortez landed in Mexico, where he fought with the Aztec tribe, who were well known for human sacrifice and gold. Wanting their gold, Cortez defeated them in battle and became known as a conquistador. Francisco Pizarro landed in South America where he came into contact with the Incas, who were well known for building bridges and growing potato. _____ quickly conquered them (aided by the spread of _______, which killed millions of Indians) and claimed the land for _____.

  29. Ferdinand Magellan set sail in 1517 in search of a western route to India. He died on the way, but his crew became the first people to circumnavigate the world. In 1521, Hernan Cortez landed in Mexico, where he fought with the Aztec tribe, who were well known for human sacrifice and gold. Wanting their gold, Cortez defeated them in battle and became known as a conquistador. Francisco Pizarro landed in South America where he came into contact with the Incas, who were well known for building bridges and growing potato. Pizzaro quickly conquered them (aided by the spread of _______, which killed millions of Indians) and claimed the land for _____.

  30. Ferdinand Magellan set sail in 1517 in search of a western route to India. He died on the way, but his crew became the first people to circumnavigate the world. In 1521, Hernan Cortez landed in Mexico, where he fought with the Aztec tribe, who were well known for human sacrifice and gold. Wanting their gold, Cortez defeated them in battle and became known as a conquistador. Francisco Pizarro landed in South America where he came into contact with the Incas, who were well known for building bridges and growing potato. Pizzaro quickly conquered them (aided by the spread of smallpox, which killed millions of Indians) and claimed the land for _____.

  31. Ferdinand Magellan set sail in 1517 in search of a western route to India. He died on the way, but his crew became the first people to circumnavigate the world. In 1521, Hernan Cortez landed in Mexico, where he fought with the Aztec tribe, who were well known for human sacrifice and gold. Wanting their gold, Cortez defeated them in battle and became known as a conquistador. Francisco Pizarro landed in South America where he came into contact with the Incas, who were well known for building bridges and growing potato. Pizzaro quickly conquered them (aided by the spread of smallpox, which killed millions of Indians) and claimed the land for Spain.

  32. The effects of European exploration were quite significant: The European countries _______ to conquer the Americas. The __________ Exchange developed as a result of exploration as well. _____, _____, and _______ were sent to America from Europe. ______, _______, and ______ were sent from America to Europe. The effects of the Columbian exchange caused ________. _______, Catholic Church missionaries, were sent to America to convert natives.

  33. The effects of European exploration were quite significant: The European countries R.A.C.E.D. to conquer the Americas. The _________ Exchange developed as a result of exploration as well. _____, _____, and _______ were sent to America from Europe. ______, _______, and ______ were sent from America to Europe. The effects of the Columbian exchange caused ________. _______, Catholic Church missionaries, were sent to America to convert natives.

  34. The effects of European exploration were quite significant: The European countries R.A.C.E.D. to conquer the Americas. The Columbian Exchange developed as a result of exploration as well. _____, _____, and _______ were sent to America from Europe. ______, _______, and ______ were sent from America to Europe. The effects of the Columbian exchange caused ________. _______, Catholic Church missionaries, were sent to America to convert natives.

  35. The effects of European exploration were quite significant: The European countries R.A.C.E.D. to conquer the Americas. The Columbian Exchange developed as a result of exploration as well. Horses, cattle, and smallpox were sent to America from Europe. _____, _______, and ______ were sent from America to Europe. The effects of the Columbian exchange caused ________. _______, Catholic Church missionaries, were sent to America to convert natives.

  36. The effects of European exploration were quite significant: The European countries R.A.C.E.D. to conquer the Americas. The Columbian Exchange developed as a result of exploration as well. Horses, cattle, and smallpox were sent to America from Europe. Potato, corn, and tobacco were sent from America to Europe. The effects of the Columbian exchange caused ________. _______, Catholic Church missionaries, were sent to America to convert natives.

  37. The effects of European exploration were quite significant: The European countries R.A.C.E.D. to conquer the Americas. The Columbian Exchange developed as a result of exploration as well. Horses, cattle, and smallpox were sent to America from Europe. Potato, corn, and tobacco were sent from America to Europe. The effects of the Columbian exchange caused C.R.O.P.S. _______, Catholic Church missionaries, were sent to America to convert natives.

  38. The effects of European exploration were quite significant: The European countries R.A.C.E.D. to conquer the Americas. The Columbian Exchange developed as a result of exploration as well. Horses, cattle, and smallpox were sent to America from Europe. Potato, corn, and tobacco were sent from America to Europe. The effects of the Columbian exchange caused C.R.O.P.S. Jesuits, Catholic Church missionaries, were sent to America to convert natives.

  39. Spanish colonies were well known for their __________, a very absolutist form of government. But that is expected since they were only imitating their _____ country. Spanish colonies also had a ____ class system, where people were born into a certain class and couldn’t get out. Spain believed in _________, and economic theory that said power comes from wealth, specifically having the most______ (silver and gold). Spain had the most ______, but it caused severe ______ (rise in prices), ruining their economy. Spain did not _____________ like England, so it soon went into decline.

  40. Spanish colonies were well known for their dictatorships, a very absolutist form of government. But that is expected since they were only imitating their _____ country. Spanish colonies also had a ____ class system, where people were born into a certain class and couldn’t get out. Spain believed in _________, and economic theory that said power comes from wealth, specifically having the most______ (silver and gold). Spain had the most ______, but it caused severe ______ (rise in prices), ruining their economy. Spain did not _____________ like England, so it soon went into decline.

  41. Spanish colonies were well known for their dictatorships, a very absolutist form of government. But that is expected since they were only imitating their parent country. Spanish colonies also had a ____ class system, where people were born into a certain class and couldn’t get out. Spain believed in _________, and economic theory that said power comes from wealth, specifically having the most______ (silver and gold). Spain had the most ______, but it caused severe ____ (rise in prices), ruining their economy. Spain did not _____________ like England, so it soon went into decline.

  42. Spanish colonies were well known for their dictatorships, a very absolutist form of government. But that is expected since they were only imitating their parent country. Spanish colonies also had a rigid class system, where people were born into a certain class and couldn’t get out. Spain believed in _________, and economic theory that said power comes from wealth, specifically having the most______ (silver and gold). Spain had the most ______, but it caused severe ______ (rise in prices), ruining their economy. Spain did not _____________ like England, so it soon went into decline.

  43. Spanish colonies were well known for their dictatorships, a very absolutist form of government. But that is expected since they were only imitating their parent country. Spanish colonies also had a rigid class system, where people were born into a certain class and couldn’t get out. Spain believed in mercantilism, and economic theory that said power comes from wealth, specifically having the most______ (silver and gold). Spain had the most ______, but it caused severe ______ (rise in prices), ruining their economy. Spain did not _____________ like England, so it soon went into decline.

  44. Spanish colonies were well known for their dictatorships, a very absolutist form of government. But that is expected since they were only imitating their parent country. Spanish colonies also had a rigid class system, where people were born into a certain class and couldn’t get out. Spain believed in mercantilism, and economic theory that said power comes from wealth, specifically having the most bullion (silver and gold). Spain had the most _____, but it caused severe _______ (rise in prices), ruining their economy. Spain did not _____________ like England, so it soon went into decline.

  45. Spanish colonies were well known for their dictatorships, a very absolutist form of government. But that is expected since they were only imitating their parent country. Spanish colonies also had a rigid class system, where people were born into a certain class and couldn’t get out. Spain believed in mercantilism, and economic theory that said power comes from wealth, specifically having the most bullion (silver and gold). Spain had the most bullion, but it caused severe _______ (rise in prices), ruining their economy. Spain did not _____________ like England, so it soon went into decline.

  46. Spanish colonies were well known for their dictatorships, a very absolutist form of government. But that is expected since they were only imitating their parent country. Spanish colonies also had a rigid class system, where people were born into a certain class and couldn’t get out. Spain believed in mercantilism, and economic theory that said power comes from wealth, specifically having the most bullion (silver and gold). Spain had the most bullion, but it caused severe inflation (rise in prices), ruining their economy. Spain did not _____________ like England, so it soon went into decline.

  47. Spanish colonies were well known for their dictatorships, a very absolutist form of government. But that is expected since they were only imitating their parent country. Spanish colonies also had a rigid class system, where people were born into a certain class and couldn’t get out. Spain believed in mercantilism, and economic theory that said power comes from wealth, specifically having the most bullion (silver and gold). Spain had the most bullion, but it caused severe inflation (rise in prices), ruining their economy. Spain did not industrialize like England, so it soon went into decline. http://www.salem.k12.va.us/staff/mingerson/spainstory.ppt