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mesoamericans

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sacred round maya mayan holiday calendar
chichen itza maya mayan city
popol vuh maya like torah for mayan
quipu a piece of string which has knots that can tell a story inca
city-states a city dependent on it's own government all had
aztec daily life punishment hot chilli pepper fumes in the eye aztec
inca messangers called tumpline was very quick inca
nobles,priests,and peasants aztec
sapa inca king inca believed that he was the son of the sun god
Llamas used for food and transportation inca
Created by: julianerez