Brazil and the Andean Region

Brazil and the Andean Region - – Language – Religion...

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Brazil and the Andean Region LAH 1093 Fall 2010
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The Inca of South America Coastal Origins Chavín Nazca Lines 600 A.D. Focus of settlement moves inland Lake Titicaca Huari Empire
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Chavín Culture
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Nazca Lines
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Nazca Lines
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Lake Titicaca, elevation 12,500 ft.
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The Inca of South America Origins By 1000 A.D.: return to Smaller City-States Chimu Culture
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The Inca of South America Inca Empire 1460-1530s Highlands 9 million people at peak Imperial Bureaucracy
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Unformatted text preview: – Language – Religion – Colonization The Inca of South America • Inca Society – Mitimaes (colonists) – Quipu (record keeping, using knots, colored rope) – Ayllu (village kinship organization) – Mita (labor tribute) – Gender Parallelism Conquest of the Inca Empire • Fran. Pizarro, 1531 • Inca Civil War • Atahualpa • Cajamarca • Cuzco, 1533 • Inca Rebellion • Tupac Amaru, 1572 Colonial Brazil...
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2012 for the course LAH 1093 taught by Professor Weber during the Fall '08 term at FSU.

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