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  1. el Diario de Navegación: descripción del indígena Americano
  2. Hernán Cortés (datos biográficos)
  3. chinampa
  4. el imperio tolteca
  5. Diego Velázquez
  1. a nacio en Extremadura en Espana en 1485
  2. b Adelantado y gobernador de Cuba y el jefe de Cortes
  3. c were all naked, very beautiful, beautiful bodies and good faces. Very generous with their food and did not use weapons. The noble savage
  4. d an ingenious method of filling wetlands or submerged lands to create new batches of fertile soil.
  5. e Se establecieron al norte y al centro de México, con su centro en la cuidade de Tula. Retomaron y elaboraron el mito de la partida y el regreso del dios Quetzalcóalt (serpiente emplumada) bajo el hechizo de Tezcatlipoca, dios del sacrificio humano. El príncipe Topitzín asume su identidad (987 D.C.). Civilización avanzada y admirada con grandes logros artísticos. Cae en el siglo XII bajo las invasiones migratorias de chichimecas del norte.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 1451 Genova-1506 Valladolid
  2. Inti Sun god of the Incas who believed he was the parent and they were children of the sun,

    Viracocha: Incan god, creator of the people of the Andes,
    Pachamac -Incan god his name ment lord of the earth
  3. . Son figures donde se hacen sacrificios para los dioses, tal vez sacrificios humanos.
  4. where Inca emperor Atahualpa was camped with his army; gave Spaniards the only building in the city as their headquarters.the city where Atahualpa was left before entering Cuzco. Site famous for its thermal baths. Here Pizzarro conquest of the Inca empire.
  5. the Aztec goddess who gave birth to the moon, stars, and Huitzilopochtli, the god of the sun and war.

5 True/False questions

  1. Primer encuentro con Moctezuma/arresto de MoctezumaUpon meeting kidnapped Montezuma to protect itself. Moctezuma not resist but gives full support to Cortés.

          

  2. Huáscarthe cradle of the Inca empire. (valley of Cuzco)

          

  3. Paolo ToscanelliIn this lake, the Aztecs settled. Full of snakes, the Aztecs kept the word of Huitzilopotchtli and establish their capital there.

          

  4. El hundimiento de los barcosCortes sink all boats less than one so you can send letters to Charles V

          

  5. la mentalidad medieval de ColónColon thought that came to the Indian and could not believe I get to a new world. Says fantasies that were obviously not there.

          

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