The Americas

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The Americas Olmec Oaxaca Monte Alban Zapotec script Chinampa Maya Popul Vuh Teotihuacan Tikal Andes Llama Tihuanaco HSSB 6020 – Extra Credit @ 5:30 Early civilizations in the Americas People arrived across the land bridge from Asia ca. 12,000 BCE From Europe 40,000 BCE? o Clovis spearpoint NE Utah ca, 11,000 years old Development of Agriculture, 4000-2000 BCE
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The World in 2000 BCE Both in Mesoamerica and the indes o Permanent farming villages, pottery, and even some metal The World in 1000 BCE The Olmec and the Maya and the Andes Southern area has more metal available Mesoamerica The Olmec around the coast A lot of different regional cultures interacting and influenced by natural  resources and contact with its neighbors Olmec 1250-400 BCE
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