History Summarized: Atlantic Exploration
So you just conquered Iberia, and you're wondering where to go from here? It's a more common conundrum than you might think. Consider: a big wooden floaty house that goes splish-splash in the atlantic ocean. Anyway, this is a video about Portuguese and Spanish (erm, Castilian) exploration in the Atlantic during the 1400s. Please note my deliberate decision to Nope on out at the turn of the 1500s.
This topic was requested by our longtime patron Antonio Juarez! Thank you Antonio for supporting our work and helping to provide entertaining educational content.
SOURCES & Further Reading: "Ornament of the World" by Maria Rosa Menocal; lectures from Great Courses Plus "1571: Spain, Portugal Encircle the Globe" by Donald J. Harreld, "Renaissance and Exploration: New Horizons" by Jennifer McNabb, "Portugal's Great Leap Forward" by "Vejas Gabriel Liulevicius"
TRACKLIST: "Scheming Weasel (faster version)," "Monkeys Spinning Monkeys", "Local Forecast - Elevator" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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