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The Spanish Conquest

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S: Spain Pain Domination

FC: The Domination of Spain | By: Luis Valle, Editmar Contreras, Angel Garcia, & Elizabeth Aranda

1: Table of Contents | Table of Contents............................................... Pg.1 Trade Routes............................................................Pg2 Resources.....................................................................Pg.3 Map................................................................................Pg.4 Lands Conquered.................................................Pg.5 Spanish Conquered Lands : Aztecs.....................................................................Pg.6 Mayan Empire...............................................Pg.7 Inca Empire.........................................................Pg.8 | Technology in Spain............................................Pg.9 Royal Family History : Charles I................................................................Pg.10 Philip II....................................................................Pg.11 Philip III...................................................................Pg.12 Philip IV...................................................................Pg.12 National Anthem..........................................Pg.13 & 14

2: 2 | Trade Routes | The Trade routes extended to the east, west and some towards the south.

3: 3 | Resources | Spanish soils is the country's most valuable natural resource with nearly a third of the land available for cultivation. The country also has many mineral resources, including hard and brown coal, small petroleum and natural gas deposits, iron ore, uranium, mercury, zinc, lead, tungsten, and copper,

4: 4 | Spanish Discoveries

5: 5 | The Spanish discovered many land thought the Years including parts of the coast of California, and running from the west side of Texas passing Mexico, all the way to Panama. The North American land was one of the largest pieces conquered. | Lands Conquered

6: Spanish Conquered Lands | Aztecs: | The Spanish conquered the Aztec empire in south Mexico. The Spanish planned an invasion in 1519. This invasion was led by Hernando Cortez, a Spanish Conquistador. He fought the Aztecs until 1521. In 1521 the Aztecs surrendered to the Spanish Empire. There the Spanish took over the land and the Aztecs were eventually wiped out. | 6

7: Mayan Empire | Before the Mayan Empire was conquered by the Spanish, in the 8th and 9th centuries, the Mayan Empire collapsed. There is no universally accepted reason for this collapse, but it happened. Even though the Mayan Empire recovered, this still gave the Spanish conquistadors an advantage. The Conquistadors took over the Mayan peninsula of Yucatan, were their major government was. | 7

8: The Inca Empire was first discovered by Spanish travelers sailing by. They said they saw people of gold with the city of gold and silver. This got Spanish, soon to be, conquistador’s attention. His name was Francisco Pizzaro and he was hooked onto the idea of going to search the city of riches for fame. He got to the city and saw that the rumors were real. The Inca Empire let him in with a friendly welcome. Pizzaro then got the idea to conquer the Incas. Pizzaro had to wait for a while for his army to get there because of the war with England. In that waiting time, the Incas were ravaged by civil war and disease, the perfect recipe for a civilization’s downfall. When Pizzaro’s men got there, they attacked the Incas and lived of their own empire until Pizzaro took full control. In 1572 the last of the Incas were dispatched and the Inca Dynasty soon disappeared. The remaining Incas burned their own cities and fled into the rain forest. | Incan Empire | 8

9: 9 | Technology in Spain

10: Royal Family History | Charles I- He was born in Ghent, Flanders in the year 1500 February 24. On 10 March 1526, Charles married his first cousin Isabella of Portugal, sister of John III of Portugal, in Seville. Philip II of Spain, the only son to reach adulthood, his sister Maria of Spain , who married her first cousin Maximilian II, Holy Roman Emperor, and Joan of Spain, who married her first cousin Infante John of Portugal, who was the heir of Portugal. He died in 21 September 1558 Yuste, Spain. | 10

11: Philip II- He is the son of Charles I, he was born in May 21 1527 in Valladolid, Spain. Philip was married four times and had children with three of his wives. Philip's first wife was his double first cousin, Maria Manuela, Princess of Portugal, which had a child with him, but she died giving birth. Philip's second wife was his first cousin once removed, Queen Mary I of England. His third wife was Elisabeth of Valois, the eldest daughter of Henry II of France and Catherine de' Medici, they had five children. Philip's fourth and final wife was Anna of Austria, she had four sons and a daughter. Anna died after giving birth to Maria, the last child, in 1580. He died in El Escorial, near Madrid, in September 1598, his death was a painful death for 52 horrific days filled with pain. | 11

12: Philip III-Philip is the son of Philip the second. He was born in Madrid, Spain in April 14, 1578. Philip married to Margaret of Austria and had 8 children. Three of his children died before hitting adulthood. He died in Madrid, his home town, in March 13 1621 when he was 42 years old. Philip IV- He was born in April 8 1605 in Valladolid, Spain. He was married at the age of ten with Elisabeth of France. He died in Madrid, Spain in 1665 with the age of 60 years old. | 12

13: 13 | Charles II- He is the product of Philip IV of Spain and Mariana of Austria. November 6, 1661 Royal Alcazar, Madrid, Spain. He got married with two girls, Marie Louise d'Orléans (1679–1689) was his first wife and tried to have a child but couldn’t. After trying she gave up and turned to food and became overweight. Maria Anna of the Palatinate-Neuburg (1689–1700)was his second wife. He died in November 1, 1700 (aged 38) in Royal Alcazar, Madrid, Spain.

14: The conquistadors set off to explore as brave Spain Their countries name they carry to drive them to glory as the unknown sea rampages and sways One conquistador started the Spain's glory story Christopher Columbus pleaded one day to the king that he was sent by the saints to aid Spain in spreading their exploring and glory a great way to spread their paints The sea rumbled and tumbled the explorers ships, and with little resources he broke through And on to America Amerigo followed and the native battles will remind them of the blue sea God is with Spain and Spain is a victory!! A military victory was at hand for Spain The natives of the new world needed to be cleansed As the messengers destined of god and his saint We will rid this plague of people for their unauthorized presence We waged a bloody war with the Aztecs and the Incas who had no right guidance so we drove for victory as gods hand was in our alliance The blood spilled was in the name of Spain, gold, glory and fames satisfactory We chant as we won all of our wars for the people and gods story God is with Spain and Spain is a victory!! | Spain!! Spain!! Victory!!

15: From night to day ‘From left to right and up an down Spain stands from large and flat land as they say The land is beautiful all around that puts a happy frown We are surrounded by many bodies of water that we can travel From all battle in our land we still look good, like help from an angel We stand in our land every morning We chant as we won all of ours wars for the people and gods story God is with Spain and Spain is a victory!! Our cannons go off in the ocean and our navy is the star we fight for gold, glory and fame so everyone can see the mighty king and the beautiful queen they are truly pride and awe they hold the Spaniards national tittle for everyone to join and be muskets burst and metal clatters in the war for godly peace Spain will lead the way and find the path of riotousness without a please cannons like rockets bombard the non believers who will be forgiven in great memory In the end, Spain’s great glory will continue to unfold the classical story as we all know that God is with Spain and Spain is a Victory!!

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