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Mesoamerican Cards

chocolate aztecs loved chocolate and made yummy drinks out of cocoa beans
Bridges the incas built bridges to get to places in their empire and they also rebuilt them every two years
Chichen Itza mayans capital city and was where the mayans played pok-ta-pok
Tenochtitlan capital city in the aztec empire and it is surrounded by water
chasqui incan messengers and ran about 1 kilometer a day
charqui like a llama jerky (beef jerky)
machu pichu an incan village all the way up high in the mountains
sacred round is like a calendar for us
popol vuh was like a torah to the mayans
quipu when incas want to record something they use it
Montezuma ll was the aztec emporer
City-states were independent cities
Sapa Inca was emperor of the incas
beauty for incas shampee
beauty for mayans crossed eyes and a flat forehead
Created by: sansin