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Chapter 6

Mesoamerica&Oceania

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Olmec Mesoamerican civilization that lived in Mexico.
Maya existed in three different periods(Classic 2000 BCE-250 CE, Classic 250CE-900CE, and Post-Classic 900 CE- 1500 CE)
Teotiuchan lived in Southeast Mexico from 500 BCE to 750 CE
Mochica lived in the river valley and dry coast of Peru from 200 CE to 800 CE
Chronology Americas: 13,000 BCE Human migration to Mesoamerica from Siberia
Chronology: 8000-7000 BCE Origen of agriculture in Mesoamerica
Chronology: 4000 BCE Origen of maize cultivation in Mesoamerica
Chronology: 3000 BCE Origens of agriculture in South America
Chronology: 1200- 100 BCE Olmec Society
Chronology; 1000-300 BCE Chavin Cult
Chronology; 200 BCE- 750 CE Teotiuachan Society
Chronology; 300-1100 CE Maya Society
Chronology; 300-700 CE Mochica Society
Chronology Oceania; 60,000 BCE Human migrations to Australia and New Guinea
Chronology; 3000 BCE Origins of agriculture in New Guinea
Chronology; 3000 BCE Austronesian migrations to New Guinea
Chronology 1500-500 BCE Lapita Society
Chronology; 1500 BCE- 700 CE Austronesian migrations to Pacific islands
The Lapita lived in the South Pacific islands from 1500-500 BCE
Chavin Cult 900-300 BC culture form Peru
Chinapas mesoamerican agriculture method where the crops where built in shallow lake beds
Causeways a road or track in low or wet land
Political; Olmec
Interactions with Environment: Olmec
Religion; Olmec prayed to many gods( fire god,corn god, etc), Jaguar God( rain god; main god), sacrifices
Art&Architecture: Olmec basalt heads, pyramids, ball games
Technology: Olmec glyphs, calendars, astronomy
Economy: Olmec trade
Social: Olmec
Political: Mayas small city kingdoms , theocracy, military forces
Interactions with Environment: Mayas
Relgion: Mayas gods of nature, prayed, sacrificed(mostly animals), mirrors where a path to god,
Art&Architecture: Mayas pok-a-tok, plazas, temples, palaces, pyramids,
Technology: Maya stone, wood,and bone tools, medicine, mathematics( 0 based system), calendar
Economy: Maya cacoa beans= currency
Social: Maya priests=highest class, hereditary nobility,
Political: Teotihuacan theocracy, agricultural society
Interactions with Environment: Teotiuhacan
Religion: Teotihuacan priests kept track of calendar and cultivations
Art&Architecture: Teotihuacan orange pottery, painted animals associated with war and conquests
Technology: Teotihuacan obsidian tools, adapted olmec calendar, expanded olmec glyphs into a writing system
Economy: Teotihuacan
Social: Teotuhuacan priests interacted with nobles
Political: Australian peoples mobile communities
Interactions with Environment: Australian desert
Religion: Australian
Art&Architecture: Australian
Technology: Australian ointments, boomerangs, clubs, lassos, large canoes, linguistics
Economy: Australian not known
Social: Australian not known
Created by: fernanda2019