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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
1000-300 B.C.E. ChavĂ­n cult
200 B.C.E.-750 C.E. Teotihuacan society
300-1100 C.E. Maya society
300-700 C.E. Mochica society
60,000 B.C.E. Human migration to Australia and New Guinea
3000 B.C.E. Origins of agriculture in New Guinea
1500-500 B.C.E Lapita society
1500 B.C.E-700 C.E. Austronesian migrations to Pacific islands
3000 B.C.E. Austronesian migrations to New Guinea
Olmecs: Politics Rulers
Olmecs: Interactions with the Environment Agriculture Moved form Siberia to Alaska No large domesticated animals
Olmecs: Religion ceremonial centers (probably gods)
Olmecs: Art and Architecture elaborate complexes built huge pyramids
Olmecs: Technology /
Olmecs: Economy trade in jade and obsidian
Olmecs: Society /
Maya: Politics tikal
Maya: Interactions with the Environment Guatemala agriculture
Maya: Religion polytheistic sacrifices
Maya: Art and Architecture /
Maya: Technology /
Maya: Economy Merchants=trade
Maya: Society slaves hierarchial
Oceania: Politics chiefs
Oceania: Interactions with the Environment Australia New Guinea agriculture
Oceania: Religion gods?
Oceania: Art and Architecture pottery with geometric shapes
Oceania: Technology outrigger canoes
Oceania: Economy hunting gathering trade
Oceania: Society hierarchical divine or semi-devine chiefs
Hierarchical of the nature of a hierarchy; arranged in order of rank.
Chiefdoms a form of hierarchical political organization in non-industrial societies usually based on kinship
Bismarck Archipelago a group of islands in Papua New Guinea
Realm a kingdom.
Created by: andrea2019