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Lecture19 - Christie Hua LECTURE 19 THE AMERICAS(CONTINUED...

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Christie Hua 6/3/09 LECTURE 19 – THE AMERICAS (CONTINUED) Andes Llama Chavin Moche Lake Titicaca Tiahuanaco Huari empire I. The World in 200 BCE a. 500 – 100 BCE Late Preclassic Maya b. Andean chiefdoms (Chavin, fl. 4 th c. CE) c. Andes i. Own special problems ii. Narrow coastal plain iii. Flat, access to the sea iv. More fertile, have more water 1. Lake Titicaca (ca. 800 BCE) 2. Chavin (800 – 200) 3. llamas and alpacas a. important to development of early civilizations b. provide raw materials c. Chavin de Huantar i. Height of 400 BCE ii. Ritual center where ppl come together and have ritual observances 1. not necessarily full-blown city II. Chavin de Huantar III. Moche (fl. 100 – 500 CE) a. The Maya states of Mesoamerica b. The beginning of the first state societies in the Andes i. Build cities, fortification walls ii. Create all the administrative apparatus 1. capital of Moche empire (1 – 500 CE) a. extend control over lowland/ocean b. first substantial state of south America c. Nazca lines (200 BCE – 800 CE) d. Stimulus i. Religious farmlines
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