Canary Conquest ( Claudia, Francisco Javier y Lisandra )

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  • 1291

    Expedition of the brothers Vadino and Ugolino Vivaldi.

                     Expedition of the brothers Vadino and Ugolino Vivaldi.
    Guided by Mallorcan pilots, their trail is well documented on successive scales
    Mediterranean, until they enter the ocean, where they disappear forever.
  • 1312

    Genoese travel

    Genoese travel
    Lancelotto Malocello was the first man that arrived to the Lanzarote
  • 1320

    None of the Canary Islands is represented in the port of Sanuto

    None of the Canary Islands is represented in the port of Sanuto
    It is stated that "Ultra Gades" no islands have been found
  • 1339

    The island of Lanzarote with the weapons and symbols of the Republic of Genoa

    The island of Lanzarote with the weapons and symbols of the Republic of Genoa
    The denomination it receives is that of "Insula de Lanzarotus Marocelus"
  • 1341

    Portuguese travel

    Portuguese travel
    The captains Angiolino del Teggia and Nicolosso da Recco. They disembark in Fuerteventura and Gran Canaria, pass in front of Tenerife and visit El Hierro and La Palma.
  • 1344

    Pope Clement VI appoints Mr. Luis de la Cerda, sovereign of the Canary Islands, with the title of "Prince of Fortune"

    Pope Clement VI appoints Mr. Luis de la Cerda, sovereign of the Canary Islands, with the title of "Prince of Fortune"
    It has full jurisdiction to eliminate paganism in that area.
  • 1348

    Luis de la Cerda died

    Luis de la Cerda died
    Could not complete its project of feudalization of the Canary Islands, leaving free field to the full Aragonese intervetion in the Archipelago.
  • 1352

    Arnaldo Roger Expedition, with 30 missionaries and the collaboration of 12 indigenous lands on the eastern shores of Gran Canaria.

    Arnaldo Roger Expedition,  with 30 missionaries and the collaboration of 12 indigenous lands on the eastern shores of Gran Canaria.
    It lays the foundations of the new bishopric in the aboriginal nucleus of Telde. Few are the news about their activities on the island.
  • 1375

    The map of Abraham Cresques or Catalan planisphere confirms, with its more or less exact location, knowledge of all the islands of the Archipelago.

     The map of Abraham Cresques or Catalan planisphere confirms, with its more or less exact location, knowledge of all the islands of the Archipelago.
    They are visited by the Majorcans in their oceanic tours.
  • 1377

    First flood of Basque sailors to the islands.

    First flood of Basque sailors to the islands.
    Martín Ruíz de Avedaño is pushed by a storm to the coast of Lanzarote.
  • 1398

    One of the most fruitful navies is evident. Organized by G. Pérez Martel and led by Álvaro Becerra, the fleet runs through the Archipelago.

     One of the most fruitful navies is evident. Organized by G. Pérez Martel and led by Álvaro Becerra, the fleet runs through the Archipelago.
    It is especially primed on the island of Lanzarote, as the
    "Chronicle of Henry III".
  • 1402

    Conquest of Fuerteventura

    Conquest of Fuerteventura
    they conquered the majoreros
  • 1402

    Señorio conquest started

    Señorio conquest started
  • 1402

    Béthencourt and La Salle set sail for Lanzarote.

    Béthencourt and La Salle set sail for Lanzarote.
    They conquered the island
  • 1405

    Expeditions to El Hierro

    Expeditions to El Hierro
    defeated the bimbaches
  • 1450

    Señorio conquest finished

    Señorio conquest finished
  • 1450

    Conquest of La Gomera

    Conquest of La Gomera
    Díaz de Pedraza, conquered another of the islands by force
  • 1478

    Canary Islands

    Canary Islands
    it was the year of the incorporation of the Canary Islands to the Crown of Castile
  • 1478

    Gran Canaria

     Gran Canaria
    Castilian army met with the opposition of the natives, who were under the command of the Guanadames Semidán and Doramas.
  • 1483

    realengo conquest started

    realengo conquest started
    Gran Canaria conquest
  • 1483

    Gran Canaria

    Gran Canaria
    Year of the final conquest.
  • 1492

    Conquest of La Palma

    Conquest of La Palma
    He landed on the island with 900 men and, despite finding resistance in the Auaritas, local Indians, and his chief Tanausú, they finally achieved the conquest in a few months after capturing Tanausú and letting him die of hunger.
  • 1496

    realengo conquest finished

    realengo conquest finished
    Tenerife Conquest
  • 1496

    Tenerife Conquest

    Tenerife Conquest
    By Alonso Fernández de Lugo