The conquest of Granada has Isabella and Ferdinand seize there opportunity to take over Granada and the Muslim's out of Spain. So they visited Granada just so they could take over Granada. Later Ferdinand went to the king Ziyad and said surrender the land or there will be war. So the war starts from there the moors vs Ferdinand and Isabella.
the Spanish Reconquista
Christopher Columbus departed on his first voyage from the port of Palos in southern Spain, on August 3, 1492, in command of three ships the Niña, the Pinta and the Santa Maria. Columbus had expected the voyage to take four weeks. So his crew became restless and wanted to return to Spain. At two hours past midnight on October 12, land was sighted by Rodrigo de Triana. the visual shows Rodrigo finding land after two months of sailing.
the desire of exploration
God, Gold, Glory
the Spanish inquisition was formed by queen Isabella l of castile and Ferdinand ll of Argon which was originally against converts from Judaism and Islam but later also against Protestants. This visual shows them killing people that are not loyal to RCC.
the Spanish Inquisition
The Granada War was a series of military campaigns between 1482 and 1491, during the reign of the Catholic Monarchs Isabella I of Castile and Ferdinand II of Aragon, against the Nasrid dynasty's Emirate of Granada. It ended with the defeat of Granada and its annexation by Castile, ending all Islamic rule on the Iberian peninsula. The visual shows the end of the moors controlling Spain.
Here is the key to Granada. take care.
After 2 months of sailing he grabbed the cross and raises it showing that it is there land. Without Columbus there would be no America. "God" stands for the desire to spread and expand Christianity. "Glory" stands for greater power and a larger empire. "gold" stands for the attainment of gold, silver, and other precious stones for greater wealth.
The Spanish Inquisition was started by Ferdinand II and Isabella I . During the Spanish Inquisition many people were burnt in front of crowds in the streets. Anyone who was not loyal to the Roman Catholic church was in danger of being called a heretic and being put to death by being burnt at the stake Jews and Muslims were killed. books were burnt.