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Sapa Inca -Inca Incan Ruler
Cactus -Aztec used for many things like clothes, making roofs, and sewing with its spikes
Inca messengers -Inca they were the kings messengers that delivered food and messages
Llamas -Inca Llamas were used for wool, transportation, work and other things
Sacred Round -Maya A calendar that was 260 days long and kept track of religious holidays
Quipu -Inca A device to keep records they used knots
Machu Picchu -Inca A mountain fortress 7000 feet above sea level for vacation for the Inca emperors
Tenochtitlan -Aztec A city built on an island in the middle of a lake which was the Aztec capital
Montezuma II -Aztec Aztec ruler
City State -Inca, Aztec,Maya A city that is an independent political state with its own ruling government
Popol Vuh -Maya sacred book that says the gods purposely clouded human understanding
Chichen Itza -Maya An ancient mayan site where people played games
Chocolate -Aztec Was traded in the market for beans and cotton blankets
Inca Bridges -Inca Suspension bridges that were held together by strands of rope which had to be replaced every two years
Human Sacrifice -Aztec,Inca Were made to keep the gods happy
Created by: sum-sum