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This man attempted to sail around the world!
a) Columbus b) Dias c) Magellan d) Da Gama
This man accidentally discovered the Americas
a) Columbus b) Dias c) Da Gama d) Magellan
Columbus was from this country?
a) England b) Spain c) France d) Italy
Columbus sailed for Ferdinand and Isabella and this country?
a) Portugal b) England c) Spain d) France
This was one of the major items Europe wanted to trade for in Asia, it was used to make foods taste better and to perserve them.
a) Spices b) Silk c) Sugare Cane d) Vinegar
What was a ships Hold for?
a) Where the captain lived and worked b) Where they stored supplies of the ship c) A place to lookout and see what was ahead d) Where the crew slept, worked, and ate
Why did they only have fires on the ships in calm weather?
a) So the wind wouldn't blow them out b) So the ship wouldn't catch fire c) To cook the fresh fish they caught d) To prevent too many fires from being lit
What was the role of the barber on a ship?
a) To act as cook b) To act as the doctor c) To act as the captain when he was asleep d) To act as the navigator
What was the ships crows nest for?
a) Where the crew slept, worked, and ate b) Where they stored supplies of the ship c) Where the captain lived and worked d) A place to lookout and see what was ahead
What was the ships deck for?
a) Where the crew slept, worked, and ate b) Where they stored supplies of the ship c) Where the captain lived and worked d) A place to lookout and see what was ahead
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