Chapters 8910 - Chapters 8,9, and 10 HIST-170 Teotihuacn...

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Chapters 8,9, and 10 HIST-170 Teotihuacán – Arrived to spot in January 378. The people were lead by Fire Born or Siyaj K’ak. The city that was three times larger than the largest Mayan city, Tikal. Teotihuacán and Tikal people worked together with the use of trade. Teotihuacán heavily influenced Mayan cities. They created colonies wherever they needed supplies. They had giant building projects like Chingu. Expansion was due to their rapid population growth. There are signs of instability in mid-fifth century. Fire ruined the city and I was never as great again. Constantinople – Founded in 323. The capital of the Roman Empire (330-395). Pax Roma Fall of the Roman Empire – Problems = Large size, long vulnerable land frontier, unruly soldiers that were heavily influenced by politics, bad relationship with Persia, Christianity seemed radical, Germanic invasions in the third century. Late fourth century they struggled to keep immigrants out. Mid to late fourth century there was some kind of war, hunger, plague, unpredicted cold, or a combination of these. The Visigoths terrorized the empire from 395 to 418. In 410 the empire was destroyed. The western empire is completely gone by 476. 5 Good Emperors – Nerva, Trajan, Hadrian, Artonius Pious, and Marcus Aurelies. Ruled from 96 to 180. Rome
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Chapters 8910 - Chapters 8,9, and 10 HIST-170 Teotihuacn...

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