By John K. Thornton
Precis: A Cultural historical past of the Atlantic global, 1250–1820 explores the concept powerful hyperlinks exist within the histories of Africa, Europe and North and South the US. John okay. Thornton presents a accomplished review of the heritage of the Atlantic Basin ahead of 1830 through describing political, social and cultural interactions among the continents' population. He lines the backgrounds of the populations on those 3 continental landmasses introduced into touch by way of ecu navigation. Thornton then examines the political and social implications of the encounters, tracing the origins of quite a few Atlantic societies and displaying how new methods of consuming, ingesting, conversing and worshipping built within the newly created Atlantic global. This e-book makes use of shut readings of unique resources to provide new interpretations of its topic.
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And ill-equipped to pay for them. 25 Prince Henry was particularly interested in establishing contact with Prester John. Prester John was supposed to be a beleaguered Christian monarch who allegedly sent messengers to the Papal Curia through Crusaders in the Middle East at the end of the twelfth century. 26 Whether the original letter was from him or not, by 1250 or so, Prester John’s land was believed to be in Ethiopia. Wolfram von Eschenbach, author of the most important of the German versions of the stories of King Arthur’s knights, associated the Holy Grail with dark-skinned people, and one of his continuators held that the Grail Gomes Eanes de Zurara, Crónica do descobrmento e conquista de Guiné, ed.
The two wings of european atlantic expansion The possibility of trade in orchil, and subsequently in wool and in capturead people, brought more European visitors to the islands. Throughout the rest of the fourteenth century, the Canaries became a regular point to visit. Europeans made their first unsuccessful attempts to conquer the islands, and made numerous raids on them for cattle, sheep, and slaves. By century’s end, missionaries were visiting them to convert these strange people, who lived on islands but made no boats, who had social stratification and small states but did not use metals, to Christianity.
For a summary of early Portuguese knowledge, see da Mosto’s report of 1455 on the desert, “Mondo Novo,” ed. Gasparrini Leporace, pp. 26–29, 37–48. 40 Zurara, Cronica, cap. 60. 38 The Formation of the Atlantic World, 1250–1600 21 encounters were followed by many others in the next few years, as Portuguese ships raided fishing villages along the coast above and below the Cape Verde peninsula. 41 In the end, however, these attacks were both fruitless and counterproductive. Although the Africans were surprised and shocked at first to meet navigators from an unexpected quarter, they had the means to resist the attacks.
A Cultural History of the Atlantic World, 1250-1820 by John K. Thornton