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---------1494- made pope to keep his 2 main Catholic countries,Portugal and Spain from fighting each other over the non-Christian world.Signed by Isabella and John II.Divided world with spain getting non-Christian land west of the line and Portugal those east (plus brazil.)Ignored by English,French,Dutch ect.

my answer treaty of tordesillas
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