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inca, aztec, maya

popol vuh a sort of torah for the mayans
beauty for the incas crossed eyes and a flat head
aztec daily life blow hot chile in kids eyes for punishment, lived in mud huts with thatched roofs
quipu an Inca device for recording information, consisting of different colored threads knotted in different ways.
sacred round a mayan calendar used to record religious holidays
human sacrifice aztec priests took the heart out and burnt it on an alter and put heads on racks
chocolate a cold cocoa that montezuma had 50 jars made for him per day
Chichen itza where the mayans played pok ta pok
City-States a city that with its surrounding territory creates- an independent state.
inca bridges made with straw and was in use from 1350 until 1890
punishment in theses societies drop rocks on back, sacrifice, put in cave with wild animals for 2 days, and blow hot chile in eyes
machu picchu built in the mid 1400s, for years it was a vacation spot for inca emperors more than 7,000 feet above sea level
llamas can carry 100 to 125 pound for 15 to 20 miles
spanish explorers spanish explorers conquered both the incas and aztecs.
cactus materials, food, making glue, firewood, strengthening mortar, stiffening cloth and for religious rituals for the aztecs
tetnochitlan aztecs turned part of lake texcoco into raised garden beds by piling up mud from the lake
Created by: gylifish