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KS History 1

Mayans, Caribs & Arawaks

Taino Arawaks
Kalinago Caribs
Caciques Arawak Chiefs
Duho Ceremonial CHair of Arawak Chief
Amais A kinf od bed for Caribs
Middle Passage The journey from the Caribbean to Africa
Coffle Device used to hold slaves together at the neck and feet
Zemis Idol gods who were worshipped
Yum Kax God of Corn
Chac God of Rain
Kinich Ahau God of Sun
Ah Kinichil God of Earth
Ah Kin Mayan priest
Milpas plots of food
Maybouya Mayan evil spirit
What did the Mayans do? They built temples and made calendars
Bohio Carib Chief's house
Kabay Carib house that women slept in
Rassada Bracelets
Caracoli Necklaces
Roucou Red Dye
Batas Ball game
Batey The field for playing Batas
Cohaba Powdered Tobacco
Cohiba Tobacco Plant
Coyaba Heaven. They believed in 11 heavens and 13 hells.
Areytos Arawak dancing and singing during leisure time
Created by: kathryn2335