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  • The geographic land forms of Meso-America
  • We found the eagle and serpent...just like my dream!
  • Historical evidence relating to Olmec culture
  • "You want to marry this fool! This will ruin my legacy! Give me the stamp to approve this...
  •  The Mayan way of life and Mayan accomplishments
  • It is? Oh, yea it is! Happy birthday my queen! I love you with all my heart!
  • Did you forget my birthday, again?
  • A central spine of mountains bordered by narrow coastal plains: in some places, plains widen into broad lowlands
  • The development of the Aztec empire.
  • Show me 100 pieces of gold right now or you will never see your family again!
  • The Olmec used an early form of glyph writing to record events, dates, and to tell stories.
  • The achievements the Aztecs made in art, architecture, and astronomy
  • Professor Katie's Aztec History Culture 301- The Aztec Codices from Montezuma's ll Tomb
  • The ruling class consisted of kings and their families. Kings governed each of the Mayan cities.
  •  The cultural legacy of the Incan empire
  • From the peoples they conquered, the Aztecs demanded tribute. This forced payment took the form of goods such as corn, gold, and jade
  • The Aztec used pictures and symbols, called glyphs, to represent words and ideas. The Aztecs collected their writings in books called codices.
  • A quipu was a cord with knotted strings of various lengths tied to it. The color and lengths of a string stood for what was being counted.
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