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Portugal sought a sea route to Asia in the 1400s because a. Spain controlled all the riches in present-day Mexico and South America. b. Coronado had returned to Portugal with gold discovered in the Seven Cities of Cíbola. c. Venice monopolized Asian trade on the Silk Road and the Mediterranean Sea. d. the Treaty of Tordesillas gave Portugal rights to all of Asia.

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