The Inca's way of farming in the high mountains
A city that and its surrounding territory forms an independent state
An adventurer or Conqueror, the New World in the 16th century
This civilization was located on the Yucatán Peninsula.
The widespread transfer of plants, foods, diseases, and ideas between the New World
Belief in or worship of more than one god
This civilization was located in the Andes mountains
This civilization dominated central and southern Mexico through force and a tribute system
The historic region comprises the modern-day countries of northern Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala, Belize, and central to southern Mexico
A system is a class structure that is determined by birth
What is the Mayan god of Fire?
What is the most dominant city-state of the Mayan Empire?
Symbols used that represented words.
Which empire came up with the concept of zero?
This supplies water to the nearby cities.
Families were organized in a group.
Sacred places or objects.
What was the Inca's god of the sun called?
The Inca called their rulers this.
Inca Empire royal estate.
The Inca Empire's capital city.
What was the 4 quarters of the Inca Empire called?
A series of colored, knotted strings.
Running messengers, like a relay race.
Who ran the government (tax collectors and record keepers)?
Who was the most important god to the Aztecs?
Who was the god of life for the Aztecs?
What did the Aztecs build in the lakes?
What did the Aztecs call their ruler?
What was the spoken language of the Aztecs?
What are the ancient books from the Aztec Empire called?
A region that includes the southern part of Mexico and northern part of South America
Different name for corn
A glass like volcanic rock
A maya King
To study astronomy
A maya book
Raised roads to cross water
One of the Aztec kings
A type of ancient book
The first Inca ruler
The Incas official language
Animals related to camels
One of the Incas kings
A conquistador that conquered the Inca
a region a region that includes the southern part of Mexico and parts of central America
a sharp glass like volcanic rock
a Mayan king has a temple built in Palenque where he was buried
buildings to study astronomy
Maya legends and history were written in this book
raised roads across water or wet ground
the soldiers that came to spread the catholic religion
a man who led a group of conquistadors, who eventually take over the Aztec
The last Aztec emperor who was conquered by the Spanish
Another name for the type of ancient book the Aztec used
Inca ruler who helped the Inca expanded their territory greatly
The Incas established official language
Animals that are related to camels, but native to South America
A man who led a group of conquistadors, who eventually took over the Inca