Age of exploration

Test for age of exploration quiz, 31 vocab. Consists of a 3 multiple choices.

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Formal agreement between two or more nations or powers to cooperate and come to one another's defense.

Capitalism
Alliance
Compact

Person in Spain's colonies in the Americas who was an american-born descendants of Spanish settlers.

Creole
Triangular trade
Mutiny

Economic cycle that involves the rapid rise in prices linked to a sharp increase in the amount of money available

Mestizo
Inflation
Loan

An agreement among people

Circumnavigate
Compact
Alliance

Colonial trade routes among Europe and its colonies the West Indies and African which goods were exchanged for slaves

Circular trade
Triangular trade
Squared trade

Natural protection, resistance

Immunity
Missionary
Mestizo

The global exchange of goods ideas plants and animals in disease that begin with Columbus exploration of The Americans

India east company
Capital
Columbian Exchange

Spanish explorers who claimed land in the Americas for Spain in the 1500s and the 1600's

Capitalism
Conquistadors
Compact

Money taken in through taxes

Revenue
Peon
Sovereign

Tax on imported goods

Tariff
Viceroy
Creole

To travel completely around the world

Sacrum navigate
Circumnavigate
Conquistadors

Economic system in which the means of production are privately owned and operated for profit

Capitalism
Circumnavigate
Alliance

Person who assumes Financial Risk in the hope of making a profit

Mestizo
Entrepreneur
Missionary

Worker forced to labor for a landlord in order to pay off a debt

Mestizo
Missionary
Peon

In Spain's colonies in the Americas person who was of African and European descent

Outpost
Peon
Mulatto

Period in European history when inflation Rose rapidly

Price revolution
Mulatto
Outpost

policy by which a nation sought to export more than it imported in order to build the supply of gold and silver

Immunity
Missionary
Mercantilism

Privately-owned ship commissioned by a government to attack and capture enemy ships especially Merchant ships

Plantation
Privateer
Immunity

Right the Spanish government granted to its American colonists to demand labor or tribute from Native Americans

Mestizo
Missionary
Encomienda

Representative who ruled one of Spain's provinces in the Americas you can king's name; one who governed India in the name of the British monarch.

Creole
Tariff
Viceroy

Someone sent to promote religious conversion In a territory of a foreign country

Alliance
Missionary
Compact

Revolt especially of soldiers or Sailors against their officers

Outpost
Price revolution
Mutiny

Having full independent power

Sovereign
Pron
Mutiny

Complete control of a product or business by one person or group

Peon
Monopoly
Privateer

War fought between two groups of people in the same Nation

Civil war
Compact
Dutch east

The leg of the Triangular Trade route on which slaves were transported from Africa to the Americas

Middle passage
Enterprise
Encomienda

Map maker

Civil war
Conquistadors
Cartographer

Large estate run by an owner or overseer and worked by laborers who live there

Price revolution
Plantation
Sovereign

A distant military station or a remote settlement

Outpost
Peon
Sovereign

Person in Spain's colonies in the Americas who was of Native American and European descent.

Immunity
Merchant
Mestizo

A trading company established by the Netherlands in 1602 to protect and expand its trade in Asia

Compact
Loans
Dutch East India Company