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Arnoldo Alquicira, Liberty Sanchez, Cyrus Shafiei, Gabriel Sparks P. 3 Migration and Demographic Continuities and Changes Between 600 and 1450 Region 3-5 Specific Relevant Examples of the Theme Continuities from Last Time Period Changes from Last Time Period Analyses Americas Population grew in all the different empires throughout Central America, causing the growth and construction of cities like Tenochtitlan. and Tula. The Toltecs migrated South from the edge of Teotihuacan territory and created a civilization based almost completely on war. Aztecs pushed into the area after the decline of the Tula. The eventual population in 1500 CE of Tenochtitlan was roughly 150,000 people. The Inca imperial state contained more than 6 million inhabitants. A. Civilizations from periods in the past as well as the period between 600 and 1450 CE had large urban centers that rose and fell. From Rome in the previous period to Tenochtitlan in this one. I. International and Intercontinental trade routes grew much more viable and well connected and protected as people were able to move across continents to trade and migrate. II. The amount of people on the planet increased which lead to increases in labor forces and militaries. Many different states and nations took advantage of this fact to work on public works projects and fight large, expansive military campaigns that may not have been possible in the previous period. A. All the civilizations during this time period had large urban cities because of the focus on merchants, and science. These cities arose as rebellions took place and different rulers wanted different capitals. The rise and fall of the many different cities during this time period from Beijing and Karakorum in Asia, to Teotihuacan and Tula, in central America.
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