Isabella of Aragon was the famous queen who financed Christopher Columbus and ensured that he can complete his voyages round the world. She was born in the year 1451 and was married to Ferdinandy of Araon in the year 1469. After 1474, she became the queen of Castile and after her marriage she also became the queen of Aragon. This brought the union between the two kingdoms and led to the global empire. Isabella was also a patrol of art. She established a number of educational institutions and also supported for the building of a number of art works. She also learned Latin and educated both her songs and daughters. Isabella and his husband Ferdinand were collectively given the title of “the catholic monarchs” by the Pope of the country and were recognized in their role of purifying the faith. In addition to this Isabella also took interest in being the nun and helping the poor.
Galileo Gaileli was one of the most famous scientist and Astronomer. Born in the year 1564 in Pisa, Italy he is regarded as the “Father of Modern Science”. His observations and research led to the birth of the modern physics and astronomy. He started his life as a mathematics professor who later became a scientist (Brecht, 1980). He is also known for the invention of telescope. Galileo supported the Theory of Copernicus. For his ideas and the beliefs he was accused by the church couple of times. He wrote a number of books on the basis of his research and ideas. In addition to telescope, he also constructed the Hydrostatic balance which helped to measure weight of small objects. He refined the theories of motion and falling object. The universal law of acceleration was defined by him. One of his most famous books includes the “Two New Sciences” which was the summary of his life. Galileo died in the year 1742.