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The Americas Chapter 6
I. The Peopling of the Americas A. The First Americans
II. Early Civilizations in Central America A. The Olmecs: In the Land of Rubber B. The Zapotecs C. Teotihuacán: Americas First Metropolis D. The Olmecs: Mother Culture or First Among Equals?
II. Early Civilizations in Central America E. The Maya 1. Origins 2. Political Structures 3. Mayan Religion 4. Mayan Hieroglyphs and Calendars 5. The Mystery of Mayan Decline
II. Early Civilizations in Central America F. The Aztecs 1. Politics 2. Social Structures 3. Land of the Feathered Serpent: Aztec Religion and Culture 4. Art and Culture
Figure 6-1 p160
Figure 6-2 p166
Figure 6-3 p168
III. The First Civilizations in South America A. Caral B. Moche 1. Environmental Problems 2. Wari and Chimor C. The Inka 1. The Four Quarters: Inka Politics and Society 2. Inka Culture
Figure 6-4 p172
Figure 6-5 p176
IV. Stateless Societies in the Americas A. The Eastern Woodlands B. Cahokia C. The Ancient Pueblo Peoples D. South America: The Awawak E. Amazonia
Figure 6-6 p179
Chapter 6 The New World. I. First Americans II. Early Civilizations in Central America Olmec Mayan Aztec III. South American Chimor Incans IV.
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Early Civilizations of the Americas Teotihuacan, Mayan, & Aztec.
Art of SOUTH AMERICA. The first inhabitants of the American continents were nomadic hunters and gatherers. These nomads probably arrived in North America.
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Great Civilizations in the Americas The Olmec, Aztec, Maya, and Inca.
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I.1 ii.2 iii.3 iv.4 1+1=. i.1 ii.2 iii.3 iv.4 1+1=
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