Anth 2050-test 4

Anth 2050-test 4 - Anthropology 2050 Final Notes-Test 4...

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Anthropology 2050 Final Notes-Test 4 11/23/09 Mesoamerica -region between North and Central America—modern day Mexico, and below -Early Hunters (Paleo-Indian, until ca. 7000 BC) -Pre-classic (until ca. AD 250) (commonly called Formative Period) Olmec o Circa 1200-400 BC o Gulf coast region: states of Veracruz and Tabasco o Olmeca—word derived from language, means “the rubber people” Early Zapotec -Classic (AD 250-900) Zapotec Teotihuacan (in valley of Mexico) Maya -Post-classic (AD 900 to Spanish conquest in 1521) Toltec Mixtec Aztec Olmec Art Style -Miguel Covarrubias studied art style -sculptural art -portable jade art vs. monumental basalt stonework -concept of “Mother Culture” 11/30/09 Ball Game -first evidence in Olmec time -ritual game -rules? Olmec: La Venta -very important Olmec site -circa 1200-400 BC =200 ha -Royal compound? Thrones -public spaces -offerings -peripheral population -monuments and altars—big pyramid Cenotes (**look up) Andean Civilization
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2011 for the course ANTH 2015 taught by Professor Sills during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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