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Meso-American Civilizations Central American Civilizations - Olmec - 1500BCE-200CE - Maya 200-1200CE - Aztecs 1350-1530
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Quick Review of Course Cycle of Civilization – ODPD – Origin, Development, Peak, Decline Paleolithic – nomadic hunter gatherer Neolithic = civilization, agricultural revolution, cities 4 River Valley Civilizations - China - India - Africa - Middle East
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China 8000 bce – 600 ce - SZQH Europe – - MMGHRR Middle East - SBAP – India – - IAMG – Africa – Egypt South America – Olmec, Maya, Aztec, Inca
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South America Many older Civilizations across South America are united by the Inca Inca – 1350 - 1530
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MesoAmerican Civilization Origins Olmec 1500 BCE – 200 CE
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Geography Yukatan Penninsula located on the hot, humid coasts of the Gulf of Mexico surrounded by rain forests, grasslands, and swamps
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Olmec Politics Called “Cult of the Jaguar” City state government that united for religious celebrations under the authority of a Priest/shaman Dirt and clay pyramids used for political power and religious ceremonies
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