In the fifteenth century, there was a rapid expansion in the Europe continents that affected almost all parts of the world. This was as a part of the world tendency toward the difficulties in the human being society. The rising states on the Europe fringe were the matching empires of the West Africa and the empires of the Aztecs, who were the rapid rising states in the Eurasian fringes. The countries involved in Europe included; England, Portugal, France and Spain. The navigation and development of trade in the Europe were encouraged by the development of the navigation technology by the Arab community. This was during the times that sea power was the main force other than the land-based armies. The Europeans are the hero’s in joining all the continents in the new global age.
While the rebellion expansion come along with the tremendous changes that enabled Seville and Lisbon to gain most of the world’s wealth through trade in terms of silver, slaves, spices and gold. With time, the Portuguese pepper lost its value by more than 80 percent and the product come attacking through the eastern Mediterranean and the venues. Flowing into the markets and the northern banks by the Spanish bullion created a major growth to the European capitalism and created a way for the development of the Dutch empire building, the English and the French. The expansion also encouraged other European with the confidence and hope while enhancing a mix of people intercontinental exchange of animals and plants and the diffusion of culture in a way never experienced before in the world.
After the year, 1440 China abandoned their proud navigation forays into the Indian Ocean. The Muslim in the Mediterean Ocean still engaged Spain and Portugal in their old struggle in the century. This encouraged them to seek for new routes in the sea that lead to the east. They hoped that they would find the disadvantaged Turks or gain control over the sub-Sahara Africa and the southern Asia rich ports.
Several factors and conditions favored the Martian expansion by the rebellion in the 15th century. Some of these reasons include: Muslims control over the caravan that looks into the east and, especially, after the task took control in the 1453. This created an increase in prices of commodities while encouraging the weakness of the European towards the Turkish land forces, although the Islamic land lacked intimidating sea power and unity.
The new arrivals in the technology of innovation and tactics were already famous in the Iberian state by the 1400s. As other countries in Europe had done, the Spanish and the Portuguese adapted the astrolabe and the compose technology, thus, enabling them to navigate the oceans. The Portuguese and the Spanish were skilled in cartography and chart making. The major advantage was with the ships and their naval guns. This enabled them to sail deep in the Atlantic Ocean since the ocean required broad base complex and maneuvering fighting ships that could sail deep in the ocean. The ships armed with brass cannons that enabled them to strike the enemy's vessels at a far range. Iberian helped by their unique psychological orientation.
The full impact of the rebellion expansion evolution was not realized in the middle of the 17th century. By 1500s, the Spanish and the Portuguese had already dominated overseas countries, but they had not realized the full effect of the expansion. They could not maintain the advantages they had for a long period. The Portuguese lacked the resources and labor that were needed by the empires to enable them to gain access over more than three countries. Spain had wasted resources and wealth in continuous wars that they got involved in. This made them neglect the growth and development of their economy.
The hope that Ethiopia could become a strong ally against the Muslim religion also encouraged the Iberian religion to go against the Islam. The overseas expansion was encouraged by the Iberian state structure. The expansion was tremendously enhanced by diseases faced by Americans. The Portuguese acquired the immunity against diseases that spread such as the measles and smallpox.
In 1492, the Granada was conquered by the Spanish and the Granada turned their focus to the west. Prince Henry of Spain was the great man behind the great exploitation of Spain between the year 1394 to 1460. In between the year 1469-1524 Vasco Da Gama left Lisbon on an open sea navigation and visited the east African port. In the year 1510 the Portuguese acquired go on the west coast of India