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S: Aztec, Maya, and Inca D. Gilley

FC: Aztec, Maya and Inca | By: D. Gilley

1: Aztec page 1-7 Mayans page 8-14 Incans page 15-18

2: Aztec the people in Aztec were called Mexicas and spoke their current language, Nahvati.

3: The Mexicas were short and sturdy with black course hair and dark skin.

4: The Mexicas principal food was tortillas, corn, potatoes and bread. | For farming, they kept turkey, quails, geese and dogs. For pets, dogs and cats only.

5: The rich houses were built with expensive clothes and head dress. | gold, silver, copper and emerald were used as jewelry and ortaments.

6: The Aztec empire was invaded by Hernan Cortes in 1519. Cortes was Spanish and he claimed Mexico for Spain. He also helped colonize Cuba and became governor of Spain. | crazy fact; the Mexicas were always buried under house.

7: When Aztec warriors ran out of food in battle, they would eat dead enemies bodies but never the dead comrades bodies. | poor families sold their children for money, the sold child will then become slaves.

8: Maya | The Mayans were very interesting people. They were also religious they believed in many gods which is called polytheism. Their gods were god of sun, rain and corn but every one had one main god. They believed that they saw their gods in sky.

9: They made sculptures out of clay of their gods and often traded these unique sculptures. The Mayans actually traded a lot. They also traded food and clothes and often times, their most precious values. | They mostly traded for tools for medical practice of which they did a lot. And sometimes received food and cloth- which they traded.

10: The Mayans built ball courts so they could play games. They always loved a good game of ball. | The Mayans had to change their language 30 times.

11: Unlike many empires back then, the Mayans had great education where all genders could be educated and they had books.

12: They had kings and royal families. | The women in Maya were professionals in rubber making and some made rubber things for the royal family and got payed for it. Others got lucky if people bought their rubber.

13: The women in Maya would have 'easier' jobs such as stay at home jobs.

14: Inca | some rich Incas owned messengers | The people in Inca had no official name, many call them Incans.

15: Like many Ancient civilizations, the Incans believed in the after life so they buried fellow citizens under their houses along with their belongings. | some times they would make the top of dead peoples skull, drinking cups.

16: The rich people in Inca ate cooked guinea pig. it was a Incan specialty.

17: The Incans believed in polytheism which means many gods.

18: the Incans were south native Americans. | inca was based on an empire.

19: Incan nobles were allowed many wifes. | Inca once ruled the largest and richest empire.

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21: glossary | empire; a group of nations or peoples ruled over by an emperor, empress, or other powerful sovereign or government. monotheism; believe in one god only. polytheism; believe in many gods. sculptures; a building of a person, place or thing. enhanced; appreciation value or uniuqness. messengers; people who carry messages from one person to another. recarnation; coming back from the dead. specialty; something rare or special. nobles; nobles are the people who take care of someone in a higher class then them.

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