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European Influence Between 1400 - 1800 in the Americas Africa and Asia The years 1400 - 1800 were a time of exploration and discovery It was a time when Europe attempted to dominate the whole world The building of huge sturdy ships known as caravels helped them sail around the world easily to discover new lands by constructing ports and empires in Asia Africa North America and other such regions Some of their many motives were to spread Christianity among the people they invaded and introduce the newly invented technological innovations They influenced the people they invaded in a lot of ways but mainly they changed their beliefs principles religions and other ritual routines that those people had been practicing for centuries Though their influence on Africans was somewhat the same as those of the Asians there were also a lot of differences in their influential explorations Prince Henry the Navigator helped conquer the Muslim city of Cueta in North Africa in 1415 This was the beginning of the many explorations that the Europeans would be making into Africa throughout the centuries By the time Henry died in 1460 the Europeans individually the Portuguese had established a series of trading ports along the coasts of Africa There they traded with the Africans for gold silver ivory and other such profitable items These Europeans saw the Africans as barbaric and without any religion The Dutch established a port called the Cape of Good Hope on the southern tip of Africa They tried to Christianize them and make them civilized Later on they dominated Africa and took complete control over the Africans As the found a sea route to Asia from Africa they started trading the Africans whom they had enslaved with the Indians As the Europeans found the sea route to India from Africa they started trading with the Indians as well They tried to dominate India because there were more spices and other luxury
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