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People and Empires in the Americas 900 - 1500
North American Indians adapted to their environments 1. Ex: North west coast –Rich resources led to large population –Food from the sea and forest
Ex: Indians of the Southwest lived in a desert environment Irrigation Pottery Cliff dwellings
Common Features of North American Indians 1. Trading networks 2. Religion - nature spirits - for some, a Great Spirit -respect for the land
Common Features of North American Indians 3. Extended families -- the basis for social organization.
The Mayan Civilization - Yucatan Peninsula -built great urban centers – independent city states -giant pyramids, temples, palaces
The Mayan Civilization Religion influenced most of Mayan life -worship included human sacrifice
The Mayan Civilization Religion led to the development -calendars -mathematics
The Mayan Civilization Developed a hieroglyphic form of written language.
Aztecs: -Central Mexico -built planned cities, pyramids. -inherited much from earlier cultures
Aztecs An empire based on military conquest and tribute Practiced human sacrifice – to keep the sun from falling from the sky
The Inca Empire 1438 - 1535 - west coast of South America - linked the empire with an extensive system of roads - in the high plateau of the Andes Mountains
The Inca Empire 1438 - 1535 - The Inca controlled all economic activity. - farmed on terraces in the Andes Mountains - kept records on a quipu
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16 People and Empires in the Americas, 900–1500
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