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Mesoamericans

TermDefinition
Tenochtitlan Aztec- A city built on an island on water.
Machu Picchu Inca- A famous mountain fortress in between two peaks of the Andes.
Popol Vuh Maya- A book they used, like the Torah.
Quipu Inca- A large string with smaller strings hanging and is meant for counting or keeping records.
Llamas Inca- Used for their endurance, woolly coat and meat.
Cactus Inca- Used for needles or dying fabric green.
The Conquistadors A Spanish conqueror.
Sapa Inca Inca- Believed to be the son of the sun god, Inti
Aztec punishment Aztec- Children had chilly pepper smoke blown in their eyes and adults were punished in many ways.
Montezuma II Aztec- He was a feared leader who kept clean by using his litter or walking on a cloth.
Chichen Itza Maya- A place where pok-ta-pok was played.
Inca Messengers Inca- They carried messages very fast from place to place.
Sacred Round Maya- A calender that kept track of religous holidays or other important events.
Beauty for Incas Inca- A flat back head and crossed eyes= handsome chieftain.
City-states Maya- A city that is an independent political state with its own government.
Created by: I van