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Asia, Age of Exploration.

  • Jan 1, 1500

    Colonization of Southeast Asia

    Colonization of Southeast Asia
    Portugal was one of the European powers to colinize Southeast Asia. Many European powers came in search of spices. Other explorers came for other trade goods
  • Period: 1500 to

    Age of Exploration

  • Period: 1500 to

    Movement led by Martin Luther

    A religious movement of the 16th century that began as an attempt to reform the Roman Catholic Church and resulted in the creation of Protestant churches. holy roman
  • Period: 1500 to

    Mughal Empire

    APR 11, 1526 – APR 12, 1858
    Mughal Empire
    Mughal empire unifies North and parts of South India under its rule;
    Amalgam of Persian and Indian culture created in its courts and territories.
  • Period: 1500 to

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  • Jan 1, 1521

    Suleyman the Lawgiver

    Suleyman the Lawgiver
    In the Mediterranean, their navy captured all the principal North African ports, and for a time the Ottoman fleet completely dominated the sea. By the end of Süleyman's reign, Ottoman hegemony extended over a great portion of Europe, Asia, and Africa. Geographic expansion,. trade. , economic growth
  • Jun 7, 1521

    Spain gained eastern foot hold in Philippines

    Spain gained eastern foot hold in Philippines
    In 1521, the Spanish explorer Ferdinand Magellan arrived in the Philippines, marking the beginning of Spanish presence in the East Indies. In the following decades, the Spanish and Portuguese were locked in rivalry for control in the region. The Spanish gained a foothold
  • Jun 13, 1521

    Ferdinand Magellans discovery

    Ferdinand Magellans discovery
    Ferdinand Magellan came to the Philippines and gave it to Spain. Spaniards came to colonize and trade. They spread Roman Catholism, which remains there today.
  • Aug 13, 1521

    Spain took over the Aztecs

    Spain took over the Aztecs
    The Spanish campaign declared victorious on August 13, 1521, when a coalition army of Spanish forces and native Tlaxcalan warriors led by Hernán Cortés and Xicotencatl the Younger captured the emperor Cuauhtemoc and Tenochtitlan, the capital of the Aztec Empire.
  • Jul 26, 1543

    Portugal traded with Japan

    Portugal traded with Japan
    The first three Europeans to arrive in Japan in 1543 were Portuguese traders António Mota, Francisco Zeimoto and António Peixoto. They arrived at the southern tip of Tanegashima, where they would introduce firearms to the local population.
  • May 7, 1551

    Portuguese arrived in Asia

    Portuguese arrived in Asia
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    The Portuguese trading empire established itself in Asia with the seizure of Goa in India in 1510 and Malacca in present-day Malaysia in 1551. ... When Cabral arrived two year after de Gama there were clashes with Muslim traders in Calicut and the Portuguese ended up establishing their capital in Cochin,
  • 1570

    Portugal made the Caravel.

    Portugal made the Caravel.
    A caravel is a small, highly maneuverable sailing ship developed in the 15th century by the Portuguese to explore along the West African coast and into the Atlantic Ocean.
  • Japanese Invasions

    Japanese Invasions
    Japanese leader invaded China though Korea. Japanese raided and looted Korea and other small areas of land including asia, until, an Korean admiral Yi Sun-shin used metal-plated, also called “turtle boats.” When they finally left Korea, they took Korean artists back to Japan to teach the skills to Japan.
  • Increase in overseas trade

     Increase in overseas trade
    Dutch return with ships from Asia leading to an increase in overseas trade.
  • Arrival of Dutch traders

    Arrival of Dutch traders
    The Dutch arrived in the 1600s and threw out the Portugese. Portugese kept the Island of Timor. The Dutch colonized the Islands of Indonesia.
  • Portugal Explores the coast of africa

    Portugal Explores the coast of africa
    Portuguese explorer Prince Henry, known as the Navigator, was the first European to methodically explore Africa and the oceanic route to the Indies. From his residence in the Algarve region of southern Portugal, he directed successive expeditions to circumnavigate Africa and reach India.
  • Dutch merchants formed the Dutch East India Company.

     Dutch merchants formed the Dutch East India Company.
    A group of wealthy Dutch merchants formed the Dutch East India Company.Portuguese took the East Indies ports massacring the city of Muslims. outpost. distance areas under people's control. Dutch east India company. in 1602 a group of wealthy merchants formed this. sovereign powers. The Dutch east India company had this and was able to build armies l, wage wars, and negotiate peace
  • Spice trade in dutch

    Spice trade in dutch
    DUTCH AND THE SPICE TRADE. The Dutch established a monopoly on the spice trade from the Moluccas . They gained control over the clove trade through an alliance with the sultan of Ternate in the Moluccas in 1607
  • England started to establish colonies

    England started to establish colonies
    The British colonization of the Americas (including colonization by both the English and the Scots) began in 1607 in Jamestown, Virginia, and reached its peak when colonies had been established throughout the Americas.
  • Japan closes borders

    Japan closes borders
    Tokugawa shogunate of Japan enforced a policy which it called kaikin. The policy prohibited foreign contact with most outside countries such as those with traded states Asia,Russia, and others. However, the commonly held idea that Japan was entirely closed is misleading. In fact, Japan maintained limited-scale trade and diplomatic relations with China
  • Portuguese an opened trade with China.

     Portuguese an opened trade with China.
    Dutch captured Malacca from the Portuguese an opened trade with China.These leaner organisations were driven purely by profit and unencumbered by the missionary zeal of the Portuguese. Maritime Asia was as vast as it was varied, and the response to the arrival of the subsequent waves of Europeans was correspondingly diverse. In China, Japan and early Mughal lndia, the encounter took
  • 80 years war

    80 years war
    Lasted for 80 years
    changed the course of history
    started in 1648
  • Portugal traded slaves

    Portugal traded slaves
    Slavery in Portugal occurred since before the country's formation. During the pre-independence period, inhabitants of the current Portuguese territory were often enslaved and enslaved others. After independence, during the existence of the Kingdom of Portugal, the country played a leading role in the Atlantic Slave Trade.
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    In the 1700s...

    The growing power of England and France contributed to the decline of the Dutch trading empire in the East.
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    Mid 1700s

    British and French became locked in a bitter struggle for global power.
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    Late 1700s

    Britain has used its great wealth to dominate much of India. Asia, courtly and urban centers flourish in prosperous regional kingdoms, such as that of Ayudhya in Thailand. ... of the lucrative spice trade from earlier Portuguese and English traders and holds a virtual monopoly on European trade in the Indonesian archipelago throughout the 1600s and 1700s.
  • 1st mellenium

    1st mellenium
    In the first half of the 1st millennium ce, many of the early kingdoms in Southeast Asia adopted and adapted specific Hindu texts, theologies, rituals, architectural styles, and forms of social organization that suited their historical and social conditions
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    France and England set up trading post in India

    He had found many Indian merchants willing to trade with him as well as a sophisticated marketplace with many new goods. Over the next 300 years, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Danish, Dutch, and British companies established trading posts in India. Soon, battles for business turned into battles for colonization and the
  • The Dutch Republic went into decline

    The Dutch Republic went into decline
    Although the. Dutch Republic had been flourishing, it now faced struggles with its security, unity, and prosperity, and. which stated that any goods imported into England and its dependencies had to be transported on government, but if he went to England, he may have seen evidence of the true interests of the English.
  • Dutch went bankrupt

    Dutch went bankrupt
    When you own a business in the Netherlands and you are no longer able to pay off your debts, you can petition the court to be declared bankrupt. To do so, you must use a If one of your customers has gone bankrupt and still owes you money, their receiver will send you a letter about their bankruptcy. If you have not
  • early middle ages

    early middle ages
    Around the period of 650 to 1100 was the late Classical period or the early middle ages. The classical Pauranic Hinduism was established,and Adi Shankara's Advaita Vedanta, which incorporated Buddhist thought into Vedanta, marking a shift from realistic to idealistic thought.
  • French and British Colonization

    French and British Colonization
    In the 1800s , The British and French colonized colonized with plantations , railroads , and mines . People from China and India came to work . The British and French spread Christianity around this region .
  • Gold Rush

    Gold Rush
    A gold rush is an interval of feverish migration of workers to an area that has had a dramatic discovery of gold deposits. Major gold rushes took place in the 19th century in Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, Canada, South Africa, and the United States, while smaller gold rushes took place elsewhere.