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Christopher Columbus Biography
Transcript of Christopher Columbus Biography
By Emma Arbuthnot
Discoveries & Beliefs
Christopher Columbus believed many things for example, he thought the world was pear shaped and also claimed to see mermaids while sailing on one of his voyages.
Columbus also made many discoveries some being, sailing between Portugal and Iceland for his first voyage. His second voyage however changed the world, he had found America, which back then he thought was Asia.
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Name: Christopher Columbus
Born: October 1451, Genoa, Italy
Death: 20th May, 1506, Valladolid, Spain
Full Name: Cristoforo Colombo
Children: Diego Columbus & Ferdinand Columbus
Partner: Filipa Moniz Perestrello
Parents: Domenico Colombo & Susanna Fontanarossa
Interests/Hobbies: Sailing, Exploring & Discovering
Christopher Columbus was born on 31st October to Domenico and Susanna.
Columbus marries Filipa Moniz Perestrello. They moved to the island of Porto Santo, near Madiera. Then later had their first son Diego.
Columbus sets sail for India. He led 3 ships, the "Pinta", the "Nina" and the Santa Maria. Columbus himself rode on the Santa Maria.
When Columbus reached Asia they found it was not Asia at all but the coasts of America
Columbus made 2 other trips to America but both times came home empty handed with no jewels or valuable items. His brothers stayed in America while he returned to Spain.
Christopher Columbus' second son is born, Ferdinand.
Spain paided Christopher to return again to America only to find that his brother's colony was a mess and was accused and arrested for his brother's crimes.
Christopher was later found not guilty of his brothers crimes he was accused of. Spain agreed to pay Christopher one last voyage to America, but still did not find any route to Asia or found any treasures or valuables
Christopher Columbus returned to Spain were he passed away