Lecture Outline Chapter 18

Lecture Outline Chapter 18 - Judge and Langdon Connections...

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Judge and Langdon Connections: A World History Chapter 18: The Aztec and Inca Empires, 1300–1550 Lecture Outline Introduction The great Aztec capital at Tenochtitlán was built on water, and its citizens moved around the city by canals. Women were key in cleaning the city, as well as fulfilling more typical child-raising and housekeeping roles. I. The Great Amerind Empires A. Isolation and Development 1. Key factors B. Maya, Aztec, and Inca Empires II. The Aztec Empire A. Origins B. Tenochtitlán: City in the Lake View the image Founding of Tenochtitlán on myhistorylab.com 1. Advantages View the image View of Tenochtitlán on myhistorylab.com C. Exploitation and Human Sacrifice View the image Aztec Calendar Wheel on myhistorylab.com D. Society and Culture 1. Social classes and gender roles 2. Law, health, and death in Aztec Mexico Read the document Anonymous (Aztec): The Midwife Addresses the Woman Who Has Died in Childbirth on myhistorylab.com III. The Inca Empire View Interactive Map: Expansion of the Inca Empire on myhistorylab.com A. A Unified Empire 1. Origins 2. Expansion B. Society and Economy View Atlas Map: The Ancient Cities of Peru on myhistorylab.com 1. Sapa Inca and the nobility 2. Commoners C. Adaptation to the Andes View the image Machu Picchu in Peru on myhistorylab.com D. Governance and Religion 1. Centralization 2. Inca religion
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IV. Aztec and Inca on the Eve of Invasion A. Imperial Power B. Youth and Isolation V. The Invasion and Conquest of Mexico A. Montezuma II 1. Policies 2. Threats B. The Arrival of the Spaniards Read the document Xicohtencatl, the Elder: “I Say This” (15th–16th Centuries) on myhistorylab.com 1. Spanish motives and Aztec legends Read the document Excerpt from The Broken Spears , an Indian Account of the Conquest of Mexico
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