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Joaquin Perez Westhill Institute Early World History-April 2010
Earliest occupation (highlands and lowlands) about 13K years ago. 2000 B.C. to 250 AD (Village Farming) 250 AD to 900 AD (Classic Period) 900 AD to 1500s (Post-Classic Period)
The Maya Area
Quiche Maya Cakchiquel Maya
Huaxtecan Maya (Gulf Coast, Tamaulipas) Yucatecan Maya (dominant language today) Lacandon (Chiapas) Cholan Maya (Central America) Tzeltalans Maya (Chiapas) Kanjobal, Tojolabal, Motozintlec, and many more.
Temple Pyramids Palaces Small huts Temple Pyramids Palaces Small huts
City States Ritual Centers Large population
Highland: slopes and ridges
Cotton Cocoa Corn Ga Garden items: papaya, avocado, sapodilla.
Warlords: rulers-top Vassals: foot- soldiers Merchants Artisans, serfs Slaves & war captives
A complete cycle: interlocking 13 numbers with 20 named days
Quetzal feathers Jade
Estimated population Highlands *Guatemala The Yucatan Peninsula Chiapas *Mexico Around the world *caused by war
CH 12, Section 2. Developed on the Yucatan Peninsula in Central Mexico. Today the Yucatan Peninsula is the southeastern tip of Mexico.
The Maya 16.1 Chapter 16 Section 1. Geography Reaches from central Mexico to northern Central America BC- settled in Guatemala. Tropical Forest.
THE MAYA CIVILIZATION.
Ancient American Civilizations A civilization can be defined as “an advanced culture.” Basic features of early civilizations included the building of cities,
What makes a civilization “advanced”?
7 th Chapter 14-2 Cornell Notes The Maya. Mayan Hierarchy.
Key Terms Mayas Farming Techniques of the Mayas Religious beliefs of the Mayas Class Hierarchy of the Mayas Accomplishments of the Mayas Coach Smith.
E. Napp The Mayas In this lesson, students will be able to define the following terms: Mayas Farming Techniques of the Mayas Religious beliefs of the Mayas.
MAYA Raquel Smith Espanol II - Grade 10. Language: Mayan itself is a language and most Mayan descendants now speak Spanish. There are 21 separate.
EARLY SOCIETIES OF MESOAMERICA. EARLY PRE-HISTORY Migration to Mesoamerica Humans traveled from Siberia to Alaska, 40,000 years ago Probably came in search.
6th Grade World History Mrs. Merritt
Early Civilizations of the Americas Teotihuacan, Mayan, & Aztec.
Pre-Classic Period Between 1500 BC – 300 AD the Mayan population grew and large villages were constructed. This is called the “Pre-Classic” period of.
The Americas During the Middle Ages 9 th grade World History.
EARLY CIVILIZATIONS IN MESOAMERICA. Middle America or Mesoamerica ■Areas of Mexico and Central America where ancient empires flourished.
Maya Civilization. Mesoamerica Mesoamerica = Mexico & Central America.
Chapter 7 - The Americas Section 2: Mesoamerica
Maya Kings and Cities.
The Mayas Geography and Agriculture of an Ancient Civilization Grade 5.
Mayans By:Steven G. Steve B. Jalen J. Angela H.Roxana C. Abraham O.
The Maya Chapter 23 Notes Video -- Maya Pyramids of Chichen Itza -- National Geographic.
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SOUTH AMERICA ANCIENT HISTORY. MESOAMERICAN EMPIRES MESOAMERICAN LOCATION NOTABLE EMPIRE ACHIEVEMENTS Maya The Yucatan Peninsula, present-day Mexico,
Mexico Lesson 2: Creating a Mexican Culture. Mexixo’s Early Civilizations Complete the Anticipation Guide on the bottom of page 2 in your packet. ONLY.
Early Societies in the Americas and Oceania
The Rise of Maya Civilization. Building a Civilization in the Rain Forest 2.1 A.
Early Cultures Chapter 1: Lesson 1. The First Americans Thousands of years ago, Earth went through Ice Ages and much of the Earth’s surface was covered.
Mayan’s This power point is for reviewing.
Cultures of Middle America In about 1325, the Aztecs, a people who lived in the Valley of Mexico, began looking for a place to build a new capital.In about.
Over 760,000 sq. miles 5 th Largest country in the Americas 31 States with D.F. = Mexico City as the capital city.
The Rise and Fall of the Classic Maya Civilization
The Maya. I. Maya Create City-States Homeland: southern Mexico into northern Central America (Yucatan Pen.)
Mexico: Maya & Aztec empires. Large Indian empires controlled Mexico in ancient times. Some are so ancient that we can only guess who they were. Teotehuacán,
Civilizations in Mesoamerica Agriculture 7000 BC in Central Mexico.
Mesoamerica Unit 1 AP World History. Olmec Time period – 1500– 400 B.C. Location – Mesoamerica - lowland river valleys near the Gulf of Mexico Culture.
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MESOAMERICA EQ: 1) What is Mesoamerica? 2) What are some contributions from Mesoamerica & how do they impact us? 3) How does the development of Mesoamerica.
Act. 2.1 The Rise of Maya Civilization. Temple I-Tikal.
Verbal Quiz 1.What method did the lowland Mayans use to clear land for farming? 2.How did highland Mayans open land for farming? 3.Which early Mesoamerican.
The Culture of the Mayas The Mayan culture developed in Central America and the Yucatán Peninsula and reached its height between 250 and 900. The Maya.
Mayas. Mesoamerican Setting Central Mexico to northern Central America Maya Homeland Highlands to south Some by active volcanoes – ash made rich fertile.
Mayan Civilization Who are these people?.
Section 2. Civilizations in Mesoamerica. Maya Create Urban Kingdoms.
Aim: What were the achievements of the Mayan Civilization?
Civilizations Of The Americas (1400B.C.-A.D.1570)
Mesoamerica was the areas of Mexico & Central America that were civilized before the Spaniards arrived around 1200 B.C. with the Olmec. Located in.
Chapter 5- Mexico Test Review 1) E 11) O 2) C12) K 3) A13) N 4) B14) L 5) D15) M 6) H 7) J 8) I 9) F 10) G.
The Maya empire. The remains of the Maya empire are located on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, and in the Central American countries of Guatemala, El Salvador,
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