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REL/AMST 133g - Religions of Latin America Exam Study Guide EXAM Instructions : No notes will be allowed. You are responsible for the material listed for weeks one through four (including Iberian material) on your syllabus. Study up! Make up exams are designed to be unfairly difficult, hand cramping and soul crushing – make sure you are there for this one. Reading Material You Are Responsible For From the Olmec Handout – read up on the specifics of the La Venta and San Lorenzo sites and be able to locate them on a map Familiarize yourself with the sacred narratives of the Maya and the Mexica in your reader. (no need to memorize the text itself , just have a sense of it and be ready to answer broad questions about it) It might help to make brief outlines of each as a study reference. “Aztecs in History” essay – know the historical narratives described Know the definitions of the terms in the Solomon essay on the Huarochiri Understand the problem in recording of Pre-columbian narratives mentioned in the Mills
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This note was uploaded on 10/25/2010 for the course BISC 220L taught by Professor Herrera,mcclure during the Spring '07 term at USC.

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