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Irondale AtMed Unit3

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This is what motivated and influenced Aztec art and architecture Religion
Created a sophisticated writing system using hieroglyphs Maya
In triangular trade, this was shipped from the Americas to Europe raw materials
In triangular trade, this was shipped from Africa to the Americas slaves
In triangular trade, this was shipped from Europe to Africa manufactured goods and firearms
This led to increased warfare within Africa the slave trade
The journey of enslaved persons from Africa to the Americas was called The Middle Passage
Inca city whose ruins still serve as the finest example of Inca architecture Machu Picchu
How did the Spaniards treat the writings they found when they conquered the Maya They destroyed them
Aztec capital city Tenochtitlan
Supreme god of the Maya Itzamna
This is why the Aztecs originally accepted the Spaniards they thought they were representatives of the god Quetzalcoatl
Name of the Inca language Quechua
the system of knotted strings that the Inca used to keep records since they did not have a writing system quipu
The first known Mesoamerican civilization Olmec
This European explorer is credited with being the first to circumnavigate the earth Ferdinand Magellan
These people believed that the prosperity of a nation depended on a large supply of gold and silver mercantilists
this established a line of demarcation between territories controlled by Portugal and those controlled by Spain in 1494 Treaty of Tordesillas
The social classes of colonial Latin America peninsulares, creoles, mestizos, and mulattoes
The set of economic principles that dominated European economic thought during the 17th century mercantilism
This person believed he discovered a westward passage to India but instead he had encountered the American continents Christopher Columbus
The Treaty of Tordesillas gave this country control over almost all of the Americas Spain
The Treaty of Tordesillas gave this country control of just a small area of eastern South America, in the area which came to be Brazil Portugal
The motivators of European exploration and expansion wealth and trade, religious zeal, and political ambition
The difference in value between what a nation imports and what it exports over time balance of trade
Spanish and Portuguese officials who were born in Europe but ruled in colonial Latin America peninsulares
Descendants of Europeans born in Latin America Creoles
Allowed authorities in Latin America to draft workers mita
Offspring of Europeans and Native Americans Mestizoes
Offspring of Africans and Europeans Mulattoes
Spanish conquerors conquistadors
Spaniard who conquered the Inca Francisco Pizzaro
Spaniard who conquered Mexico Hernan Cortes
Name given to the system where plants and animals were exchanged between the Old and New Worlds Columbian Exchange
The right to use Native Americans as slave laborers encomienda
Great leader of the Inca Pachacuti
Oldest major city in the Americas Caral
City that was built upon the ruins of the Aztec capital Mexico City
Created by: frantat