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Certain uncontacted tribes still exist in the region. Political dominations[ edit ] In the colonial time, the territory which today belongs to the State of Amazonas, was a combination of treaties, expeditions, evangelism and military occupations, scarce but in account claims and indigenous uprisings in the region, was initially of the Spanish Empire through the Treaty of Tordesillas and after Portuguese Empire by the First Treaty of San Ildefonsoand through failures attempts at colonization of European powers as England and the Dutch empire.
First Spanish expeditions of Francisco de Orellana in conjunction with Catholic priest Gaspar de Carvajalwho documented the expedition, where reported a conflict against indigenous women and led to the current name of the river and as a result the current name of the region and the state Amazonas in English: After the unification of the Iberian kingdoms, Portugal launched an expedition on the river but in reverse from Francisco de Orellana, from the mouth of the river to the place on the present-day city of Quitocapital of Ecuadorwith the intention of attaching Spanish lands to the Portuguese Kingdom composing the current territory comprising the Brazilian Amazonafter the dissolution of the Iberian UnionPortuguese and Spanish possessions in the region they were undefined resulting in internal conflicts in the region between Portugal and Spainthe Portuguese Crown later asserted the principle of uti possidetiswith respect to the region, during this time was first asserted the principle from Roman law of uti possidetis, ita possideatis, Latin, "who has possession, has dominion"analogous to English common law "Squatters rights" Due account may have been taken of John Locke's labour theory of property.
The issues originated from the conflict between what was granted by law in the Treaty of Torsedillasand the subsequent reality of colonial expansion Spanish, eastward the expansion from the Pacific coastal plains had been restrained by the rise of the Andeswhile Portuguese westward expansion had aided by the waterways and lowlands of the mighty Amazon. The Treaty of Madrid 13 Januaryfinished the border between the Spanish possessions and southern Portuguese Brazil, had first enunciation the principle that new states, at the time of their creation shall have dominion over the lands that were settled as colonies. It implicitly opened the door to claims by prior possession in the vast lands of the north.
The indigenous people called this river the Conoris. Early publications, as was the style of the day, called the river after its European explorer, the Orellana.
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