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Unformatted text preview: 18:19 Ch 3 Proximate factors Pizzaro came to cha Had horses guns and weapons superior to the incas Despite the 80,000 troops he captured them Writing Spaniards had a better system of communication Columbus had told them of what to expect Political system Once atallapa was captured they saw him as a god and fulfilled all his request Couldnt enact another leader because of their political system Germs Divided the incas, there was an outbreak of small pox that killed there leader, If there wasnt an introduction of germs, they would have met a united inca empire Weapons Had a large psycholigcal effect When there were uprisings of force, they could easily kill all of the indians Ships Had far superior marine force Largely able to do so because of political organization Had surplus of grain and food production because it allowed for specialization of labor Horses Calvarly was very effective force against the incas It also instilled fear CH 4 Farmer power and rise of food production How food production changed society o Made densier populations o Allowed for greater militaries, 87, 92 o Also allowed for sendentary populations o Yield of children and birth times increased When they domesticated animals it increased crop production Manure to fertilyze the crops Plows o Farms allowed for storage of extra food o Created artisan class and specialization of labor o Stratified society Form of political organization Preservation of information More techinolgical production o All the interaction between the mammals created intial immunity to the new diseases Ch 5 The haves and have nots in food production The nile river valley and fertile crescent very suited for food production o Only a few arrived at food production indpdendenlty o Only societies that did so had native plants that could be domesticated o Other had to import crops East west axis very important to development Founder crop or animal o Many came from south asia o Allowed people to become sendentary o Egypt, western Europe, table on pg 100 o Some societies food production Took over hunter gather societies...
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