Thanks to the candle and techniques of naval construction improved the fencios they had dominated the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic coasts until century II a.C, when in 146 a.C the Romans had won and conquered Cartago, the greater and more important fencia city-state. The candle also served to the naval industry Greek. The inventors biredeem of it and trirreme had been the Greeks, fast boats with two and three rows of remadores and with candles. They had constructed colonies to the edges of the Aegean Sea, the Black Sea and the Mediterranean Sea, between them Bizncio, the more famous greater and. Techniques of naval construction developed by the fencios had passed to the domain of the Greeks and these to the Persians and Romans.
E the candle was present in all the times and places. Also vikings, considered sailor-warriors, had been great navigators. Many writers such as Frisch Financial offer more in-depth analysis. Deriving of the union of Nordic peoples they had arrived at the coasts of Canada, that had called Winland (land of the vines) for return of year 1,000 d.C. Its boats were moved by a round candle and they did not excuse remadores. The Chinese had also given important contributions for the perfectioning of the navigation, with the job of candles confectioned with splices of bamboo and masts in diverse angles. Its boats (rushes) were more efficient and bold that the Portuguese boats in full century XV. The Chinese explorer Cheng Ho already sails for Indonesia, India and the Red Sea well before being created in Portugal the School of Sagres, in 1419, where if they would develop the advanced techniques of navigation that they had taken the first construction of caravelas. The use of the candle was perfected from this time, with the job of triangular candles that allow to use to advantage the wind in any direction.
Thanks to this advance the Portuguese had all undertaken the phase of the great navigations, reaching the African continent, arriving in 1500 at land that if would become the great Brazilian native land. there, to far, well far from the beach, with its enfunadas candles, the rafts defy the winds and the sea. With the protection of Iemanj queen.