Hist 127

Hist 127 - Maiz Corn grown by the Indians helped save the original settlers Maya Aztec Inca Indian colonies(Mayan rise 300 decline around 800 due

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Maiz - Corn, grown by the Indians, helped save the original settlers. Maya , Aztec , Inca - Indian colonies (Mayan rise- 300, decline around 800 due to dry season) (Aztec- 1325, aztecs establish capital at tenochtitlan, conquered by hernan cortes) (Incas- 1531-38Francisco Pizarro vanquishes Incas in peru) Tenochitlàn (Mexico City)- Capital of the aztecs. Over 100 temples, 4000 appartments, at least 200000 people. Pueblo – Town Mississippian - 1000-1600AD, Matrilineal kinship - A system of family organization in which social identity and property descend through the female line Henry VIII - King of England 1509-1547- initially opposed Protestantism, however when the pope refused to annul his marriage he appointed himself at the head of a national church of England (which promptly approved the annulment) Elizabeth I- 1558-1603 Queen of England, approved a protestant confession of faith that incorporated both the Lutheran doctrine of slaation by grace and the Calvinist belief in predestination. Angered radical protestants. James
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This note was uploaded on 11/03/2009 for the course BIOL 90726 taught by Professor Weakley during the Spring '09 term at UNC.

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Hist 127 - Maiz Corn grown by the Indians helped save the original settlers Maya Aztec Inca Indian colonies(Mayan rise 300 decline around 800 due

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