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Francisco de Almeida as the first viceroy of Portuguese India. Although his name does not appear in the chronicles, it is known that he remained there eight years, in GoaCochin and Quilon.
He participated in several battles, including the battle of Cannanore inwhere he was wounded. In he fought in the battle of Diu. After the conquest their ways parted: Magellan was promoted, with a rich plunder and, in the company of a Malay he had indentured and baptized, Enrique of Malaccahe returned to Portugal in He married a woman from Amboina and became a military advisor to the Sultan of TernateBayan Sirrullah.
His letters to Magellan would prove decisive, giving information about the spice-producing territories. Serving in Moroccohe was wounded, resulting in a permanent limp. He was accused of trading illegally with the Moors. The accusations were proved false, but he received no further offers of employment after 15 May Later on inhe got an employment offer as a crew member on a Portuguese ship, but rejected this.
In after a quarrel with King Manuel Iwho denied his persistent demands to lead an expedition to reach the spice islands from the east i. His wife died in Seville around Meanwhile, Magellan devoted himself to studying the most recent chartsinvestigating, in partnership with cosmographer Rui Faleiroa gateway from the Atlantic to the South Pacific and the possibility of the Moluccas being Spanish according to the demarcation of the Treaty of Tordesillas.
Voyage of circumnavigation See also: The Spanish soon realized that the lands of the Americas were not a part of Asia, but a new continent. The Treaty of Tordesillas reserved for Portugal the eastern routes that went around Africa, and Vasco da Gama and the Portuguese arrived in India in Castile Spain urgently needed to find a new commercial route to Asia.
After the Junta de Toro conference ofthe Spanish Crown commissioned expeditions to discover a route to the west. On 22 March the king named Magellan and Faleiro captains so that they could travel in search of the Spice Islands in July.
He raised them to the rank of Commander of the Order of Santiago. The king granted them: A fifth of the gains of the travel. Granting of an island for each one, apart from the six richest, from which they would receive a fifteenth.
The expedition was funded largely by the Spanish Crown, which provided ships carrying supplies for two years of travel. Several problems arose during the preparation of the trip, including lack of money, the king of Portugal trying to stop them, Magellan and other Portuguese incurring suspicion from the Spanish, and the difficult nature of Faleiro.
Detail from a map by Ortelius Faleiro, who had planned to accompany the voyage, withdrew prior to boarding. Antonio Pigafettaa Venetian scholar and traveller, asked to be on the voyage, accepting the title of " supernumerary " and a modest salary.
He became a strict assistant of Magellan and kept an accurate journal. The only other sailor to report the voyage would be Francisco Albo, who kept a formal logbook.
Juan de Cartagena was named Inspector General of the expedition, responsible for its financial and trading operations.
There they remained more than five weeks. Finally they set sail on 20 September and left Spain.
On 27 November the expedition crossed the equator ; on 6 December the crew sighted South America. There the crew was resupplied, but bad conditions caused them to delay. On Easter April 1 and 2a mutiny broke out involving three of the five ship captains. Magellan took quick and decisive action.
Luis de Mendoza, the captain of Victoria, was killed by a party sent by Magellan, and the ship was recovered. Juan de Cartagena, the head of the mutineers on the San Antonio, subsequently gave up.
The Santiago was sent down the coast on a scouting expedition and was wrecked in a sudden storm.When Portuguese explorer and conquistador Ferdinand Magellan arrived in the Philippines in the service of Spain, Zula was one of those who gave tribute to the Spanish king while Lapu-Lapu refused.
On the morning of April 27, , Lapu-Lapu led 3, warriors in a battle against Portuguese explorer and conquistador Ferdinand Magellan . Ferdinand Magellan: Ferdinand Magellan, Portuguese navigator and explorer who sailed under the flags of both Portugal and Spain.
From Spain he sailed around South America, discovering the Strait of Magellan, and across the Pacific.
Though he was killed in the Philippines, one of his ships continued westward to Spain, completing the first . Ferdinand Magellan was a Portuguese explorer who led the first expedition that circumnavigated the Earth by sailing from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean. He is also known for naming the Pacific Ocean.
Magellan was born in Portugal around As a student, he studied navigation and. Introduction Ferdinand Magellan is known for circumnavigating – sailing around – the world.
From Spain he sailed around South America, discovering the Strait of Magellan, and across the Pacific. Though he was killed in the Philippines, his ship the Victoria continued westward to Spain, accomplishing the first circumnavigation of the globe.
. Moderation / Criticism / Exposition / Exposés David Aaronovitch. Catholics try, rather unconvincingly, to show how conferring sainthood is different in principle to the pagan apotheosis (the process that made Claudius, for instance, into a God), but the distinction doesn't quite wash.
. Ferdinand Magellan was born in Portugal, either in the city of Porto or in Sabrosa, circa His parents were members of the Portuguese nobility and after their deaths, Magellan became a page for the queen, at age