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chapter 6

AMERICAS 13,000 B.C.E. Human migration to North America from Siberia
8000–7000 B.C.E. Origins of agriculture in Mesoamerica
4000 B.C.E. Origins of maize cultivation in Mesoamerica
3000 B.C.E. Origins of agriculture in South America
1200–100 B.C.E. Olmec society
3000 B.C.E. Origins of agriculture in South America
1000–300 B.C.E. Chavín cult
1200–100 B.C.E. Olmec society
200 B.C.E.–750 C.E. Teotihuacan society
1000–300 B.C.E. Chavín cult
300–1100 C.E. Maya society
200 B.C.E.–750 C.E. Teotihuacan society
300–700 C.E. Mochica society
300–1100 C.E. Maya society
OCEANIA 60,000 B.C.E. Human migration to Australia and New Guinea
300–700 C.E. Mochica society
Olmecs prehistoric people society
Domestication adapted to use
artisans a worker in a skilled trade
ceremonial centers involving or relating to ceremony or ritual
emerged move out of or away from something and come into view.
Archaeologists scientific study of material
Mayas a member of an American Indian people
hinterland an area surrounding a town
isthmus a narrow strip of land with sea on either side
Andean region A mountain system of western South America
Mochica people pre-Inca culture
Austronesian family of languages spoken in an area extending from Madagascar
Teotihuacan Mesoamerican city
S there was different societies such as; Mayas and Olmecs
Created by: Brigitte2019