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TermDefinition
adobe Sun-dried brick used for building
pueblo Aboveground structure with many rooms
kivas Underground chamber used for religious ceremonies or councils
maize Corn
Iroquois League Alliance of five Native American tribes for defense and self-governance
elite Group of people or a member of such group with superior status
slash-and-burn agriculture Farming method in which fields are cleared by cutting down or burning trees and brush
glyphs Symbolic picture carved onto a surface
codex Books made by Mayans out of the inner bark of fig trees
tribute Payment made by conquered people to their conquerors
alliance Formal agreement between two or more nations
Pachacuti Inca leader; extended Incan empire through the use of military
quipu Cord that contains knotted strings of various length
census Population count that includes other demographic data
Created by: wesleycarver