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Travel the World: Mesoamerica

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BC: Won't you come visit and discover more of ancient civilizations with me?

FC: Come Discover Mesoamerica!

1: This is an image of a Olmec pyramid, which the Olmec people built to live in or honor their dead in. The pyramid is most likely in the La Venta; the pyramid here shows a big open area which was used to play a ancient ball game.

2: This is a image of Olmec art which the Olmec people created, and is located in La Venta. Many archeologist's think the big heads represents previous Olmec rulers, as a way to honor them.

3: This is another image of Olmec art and is most likely located in either La Venta or San Lorenzo. This image represents a women holding her child with care they probably made this statue or image to honor or show appreciation to women.

4: This is an image of Zapotec art and is located at Zapotec's capital Oaxaca. This Zapotec art might represent a god bat or some kind of god because of the way it looks, and they could have made this statue as a way to honor or show their religion to it.

5: This is an image of Zapotec art and is located in Oaxac Zapotec's capital. This Zapotec art represents the Zapotec warriors; you can tell because of the weapons and appeal.

6: This is a image of a Zapotec pyramid.The Zapotec pyramid in this image is located in Oaxaca where Zapotec capital use to be. The Zapotec built the pyramid as a way to honor the dead or live in.

7: This map shows where Chavin Empire was from 900 to 200 BCE. I believe that the U.S. or Mexico made this to represent where Chavin Empire would be located.

8: This is a image of what a Chavin pyramid which would be located in northern Andean highlands in Peru. The Chavin like the Olmec and Zapotec built these pyramids to honor dead and to live in or a place to worship.

9: This is a image of Chavin pottery which was made in the Andean Highlands of Peru. The Chavin most likely made this for a tea pot or a place to hold a drink in.

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