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Brown, The Story of Maps, pp. 3-80; Max Gary and E. H. Warmington, The Ancient Explorers; Lionel Casson, The Ancient Mariners; Donald Harden, The Phoenicians; Charles E. Nowell, The Great Discoveries; Boies Penrose, Travel and Discovery, pp. 3-27; Percy Sykes, A history of Exploration, pp. I-A4. , spread westward to the end of the Mediterranean and eastward along the shores of the Black Sea. They mingled with their practical desire for commerce and colonization great scientific curiosity. They sought explanations of the earth on which they stood and all that seemed to surround them.

They occupied a region around Merida (Spain) and gave the Romans a difficult task of conquest. They were pushed west and formed a nucleus for Lusitania (later Portugal). The modern name of Portugal is derived from the region around Oporto, ruled by Henry of Burgundy and Teresa. 14 FOUNDATIONS OF THE PORTUGUESE EMPIRE route to the Holy Land for the Second Crusade. This placed in Christian hands one of the finest cities and ports in Europe. The future commercial importance of Portugal was foreshadowed by the trade and fishing carried on in Afonso Henriques's time.

Louis IX of France, still determined to strike a blow at the Muslims, made a new Crusade to Tunis in 1270, but failed again and died. His failure, as well as that of others, emphasized the value of anti-Muslim allies. The Polos, unable to recruit the missionaries requested by the khan because of an interregnum in the church, started again toward the East in 1271 with only two preaching friars, who soon dropped out. The brothers, however, had with them seventeen-year-old Marco, son of Nicolo. His personal qualities and gifts as a linguist attracted the khan who took him into his service.

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