There was quite a bit known about Pre-Columbian America prior to Columbus' encounter
Which area of the Americas was complex with large scale empires, commerce, and trade?
Amazons and Rio Grande
Andes and Meso-America
Most Native Americans were Mongoloid in descent
Where did the Olmecs reside?
Check off all of the groups of indigenous people who resided in Central Mexico
was the "divine monarch" of the Aztecs.
The Aztecs were originally for other city states. In they established the and formed the Aztec Empire. Cities conquered by the Aztecs needed to . The Aztecs believed in periods of . In order to slow down periods of decline, the Aztecs used as a way to satiate their god and in return he would provide them with sunny weather.
What is Mita?
Forced slavery in the Yucatan Peninsula under the Toltec Empire in order to build pyramids.
Collective labor service where everyone from the region works together to maintain irrigation.
Huacas were objects and places that connected the spirit world to the real world
The Inca Empire was founded around 1400 AD
1500 AD( 1400 AD, 1000 BC, 200 AD, 1500 AD ) and by the early 14th
16th( 14th, 10th, 16th ) century stretched from Cuba to Florida
California to Columbia
Chile to Columbia( Cuba to Florida, California to Columbia, Chile to Columbia ). They ruled over nearly 17 million
7 million people
700 million people( 17 million, 7 million people, 700 million people ). The Incas had graineries
farms( graineries, food banks, farms ) for famine, irrigation, and mountain roads.
Civil war within which Native American civilization occurred as Pizarro arrived in Peru?
Which countries make up the entirety of the Iberian Peninsula? Check all that apply
Spain was originally settled by in an area referred to as Galacia. In 2 BC, it became part of the and was ruled by it for nearly years. The Empire brought advancements such as . Under the Roman Empire came the spread of Christianity. (Santiago) became the patron saint of Spain. Roman Spain collapsed in with the German migration of the . The Visigothic monarchs write the , which established one law for all who inhabit the empire. After the death of the Visigothic King in 710, a civil war breaks out and are able to take over Visgothic Spain. The Muslims, or , rule over Spain from but exist in Spain until 1492.
Muslim Spain falls and breaks into a series of mini kingdoms. Over a period of nearly 400 years
40 years( 400 years, 40 years ), Spain is gradually conquered by Christians by 1492
1400( 1492, 1249, 1400 ). In the early 12th century there are 3 Christain Kingdoms: Leon, Aragon, and Castille
Leon, Castille, Portugal
Santa Cruz, Castille, Aragon( Leon, Aragon, and Castille, Leon, Castille, Portugal, Santa Cruz, Castille, Aragon ). In 1496 the marriage of Isabella of Castille
Catharine of Aragon
Queen Elizabeth I( Isabella of Castille, Catharine of Aragon, Queen Elizabeth I ) and Sir Thomas Moore
Ferdinand of Aragon
St Anselm of Cantebury( Sir Thomas Moore, Ferdinand of Aragon, St Anselm of Cantebury ) lead to the unification of Spain. The two become known as the "Catholic Kings
Supreme Leader( Catholic Kings, Jewish Lords, Supreme Leader )".