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Why did spanish rulers fund voyages of exploration?

They hoped to establish trade with China, Japan, and the Indies without having to go throught middlemen in west Asia and the Middle East. The motive of conquering, plundering, and exploiting the lands that these expeditions discovered arose only after they were discovered, that is, after the expeditions and not before then.


Which Chinese sailor began a series of seven naval expeditions that went as far as the east coast of Africa?

Zheng He


Who imperialized the middle east region?

the middle east was a large aria to control but the most common answer to who imperialised the middle east is Germany throughout ww2 The only two countries that occupied lands in the middle east are England and France


What is the largest city in the Middle East?

The largest city in the Middle East is Istanbul, Turkey. Wicked common mistake, Istanbul geographically is part of Europe, and Tehran is the current largest in the middle east Istanbul Does not belongs to Middle easf it, Turkey is half in Europe and half in Asia. By any mean Tehran is the larget city in Middle east


What do you call a citizen of the middle east?

He is called a citizen of that country. If he is a citizen of Turkey, he is a Turkish citizen. If he is a citizen of Iran, he is an Iranian citizen. If he is a citizen of Yemen, he is a Yemeni citizen. If he is a citizen of Lebanon, he is a Lebanese citizen. Etc. Oftentimes, Middle-Easterners will also identify by ethnicity and/or by religion in addition to their nationality. For example: Kurdish Turk, Azeri Iranian, Zaydi Shiite Yemeni, and Maronite Christian Lebanese.

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What were a series of christian military expeditions called?

The military expeditions into the Middle East are known as "The Crusades." Beginning in 1095 AD with the First Crusade, there was an intermittent 200-year struggle for control of the Holy Land with six more major expeditions and numerous minor ones. The Christian-Muslim fight ended in 1291 when the Muslims captured the Christian fort Acre, Jordan, which was the last Christian stronghold in the Middle East.


Christian military expeditions to the Holy Land and the east to win back Holy Land from the infidels were known as the?

crusades


Which Middle Eastern country is mostly Christian?

Cyprus. There is no other country in the Middle East with a Christian Majority. However, Lebanon has a 41% Christian minority.


What are the top 10 armies in the middle East?

1st - israel 2nd - Iran 3rd - Egypt


The crusades were fought between which two religious groups?

The Crusades were fought between Christian crusaders from European countries and various groups in the Middle East, primarily Muslim armies defending their territories.


What are the many invasions of the middle east by Christian warriors?

crusades:)


Why did the Christian crusaders invade the Middle East?

Ostensibly, the Crusaders invaded the Middle East to recapture the Holy Land.


Are there any Christian countries in the Middle East?

Egypt. It's estimated Christian population is 7,892,000, making the country 10% Christian.


What are the many invasions if the Middle East by Christian warriors called?

The crusades


What are many invasions of the middle east christian warriors called?

crusades:)


What was the purpose of the series of military expeditions known as the crusades?

Original purpose was to help protect persecuted Orthodox Christians in the middle east from Moslem armies. Ultimate purpose conquer land and acquire wealth. In the later Crusades the crusaders often just indiscriminately slaughtered muslims, christians, soldiers, and civilians.


What are the many invasions of the Middle East by Christian warrior called?

crusades:)