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  1. List of explorers (24013 bytes)
    1: ...icle|SUV]], see [[Ford Expedition]] (especially replacing the [[Ford Excursion]]). For the science fic...
    6: ... de Azambuja]] ([[15th century]] [[Portuguese]] explorer of the [[African]] coast)
    7: ... de Alenquer]] ([[15th century]] [[Portuguese]] explorer of the [[African]] coast)
    8: ...lmeida]] ([[16th century]] [[Portuguese]] naval explorer and [[viceroy]] of [[India]])
    9: ...uerque]] ([[16th century]] [[Portuguese]] naval explorer and [[viceroy]] of [[India]])
  2. Christopher Columbus (44177 bytes)
    1: ...cia]] or [[Portugal]] among others. He was an [[explorer]] and [[trade]]r who crossed the [[Atlantic O...
    3: ...etting stuck in windless regions. Although his explorations were not the first to reach the Americas,...
    5: ...t]]''', one of the most consistent is the first exploration (before 1472) of two, led by [[João Vaz C...
    7: Columbus landed in the [[Bahamas]] and later explored much of the [[Caribbean]], including the isle...
    11: ...]]. Others honour him for the massive boost his explorations gave to Western expansion and culture. [[...
  3. Isabella of Castile (4156 bytes)
    2: ...bel'' is used in modern Spanish) ([[April 22]], [[1451]] – [[November 26]], [[1504]]) was [[Kings ...
    8: ...ng [[John I of Portugal]] and his wife [[Philippa Plantagenet|Philippa of Lancaster]], daughter of Joh...
    10: ...ere King [[Henry III of Castile]] and [[Catherine Plantagenet]] of the [[House of Lancaster]], a half ...
  4. Timeline of invention (28171 bytes)
    31: * [[Plough]]s in [[Mesopotamia]]
    35: * 3500 BC: [[Plywood]] in [[History of ancient Egypt|Egypt]]
    80: * [[600]]: Mouldboard [[plough]] in [[Eastern Europe]]
    107: * [[1451]]: [[Concave lens]] for [[eyeglasses]]: [[Nichola...
    162: * [[1797]]: [[Cast iron plow]]: [[Charles Newbold]]
  5. Roger van der Weyden (3397 bytes)
    22: * ''[[Last Judgment]]'' ([[1451]]), hospital of [[Beaune]], [[France]]
    35: ...ipal figures at least, though Memling may have completed the picture.
  6. Hundred Years' War (30012 bytes)
    3: ...an Philippe de Vries suggested that it had "taken place at a more or less provincial level." Fernand B...
    8: ...n Frankish [[Carolingian]] ruler [[Charles the Simple]] allowed the [[Vikings]] of [[Rollo of Normandy...
    17: ...hese lost lands became a major focus of English diplomacy. Another effect of the war was to galvanize...
    27: ...st by his father. A compromise homage in [[1329]] pleased neither side, but in [[1331]], facing seriou...
    31: In [[1336]], Philip made plans for an expedition to restore David to the Scot...
  7. Johann Gutenberg (6119 bytes)
    4: ...rinting of written materials and an information explosion in [[Renaissance]] Europe.
    9: ...ovable metal types at the time, but due to the complex nature of the Chinese writing system, printed m...
    14: Reproduction of Gutenberg-era Press on display at the Printing History Museum in Lyon, France....
    23: ...ably already purchased before the printing was completed, so it is doubtful that any copies were ever ...
    26: ...it awarded control of the type used in his Bible, plus much of the printing equipment, to Fust. So, wh...
  8. John Cabot (5966 bytes)
    2: ...Italy|Italian]] [[navigator]] and [[exploration|explorer]] who is popularly credited as the modern dis...
    4: ...rations and is best known as John Cabot for his explorations made under the English flag. Most notabl...
    6: ...[Genoa]], others [[Gaeta]]. The date was around [[1451]], but he moved to [[Venice]] in his youth, and l...
    10: ...a route to the west for himself. He went with his plans to England, because he incorrectly thought [[s...
    16: ...]] according to [[Celts|Celtic]] legends. Some people think [[Newfoundland]] may have been found on (o...
  9. Ottoman Empire (16587 bytes)
    20: | [[Istanbul|İstanbul]] ([[Constantinople]]/[[Asitane]]/[[Konstantiniyye]] )
    45: ...en referred to as the ''[[Sublime Porte]]'' or simply as ''the Porte'', from the [[French language|Fre...
    47: ... [[Fall of Constantinople|captured]] [[Constantinople]] (modern [[Istanbul|İstanbul]]) from the ...
    53: ...sultan]] (king). With the capture of [[Constantinople]] in [[1453]], the state became a mighty [[empir...
    55: ...e. In Aceh, the Ottomans built a fortress and supplied huge cannon. The [[the Netherlands|Dutch]] [[...
  10. Bosporus (3180 bytes)
    8: ...rus II) bridge]], is 1090 meters long, and was completed in [[1988]] about five kilometers north of th...
    10: ...nel]] is under construction and expected to be completed in [[2008]]. Approximately 1,400 meters of th...
    20: ...nadoluhisari]] ([[1393]]) and [[Rumelihisari]] ([[1451]]). Its strategic importance remains high: severa...

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