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  1. Qorikancha
  2. George McJunkin
  3. Huitzilopochtli
  4. John Lloyd Stephens and Frederick Catherwood
  5. Jesse Figgins
  1. a Aztec sun god
  2. b 1908; African American cowboy, found animals in association with spear point near Folsom, NM
  3. c (Colorado Museum of Natural History) realized bones were from an extinct form of plains bison
  4. d authors of Incidents of Travel in Yucatan in 1841
  5. e Ina; temple to Sun god; beneath Church of Santo Domingo; walls covered in "sweat of Inti"; gold maize plants; inca masonry niches

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Inca; son of sun god
  2. Aztec war god
  3. connected empire from Quito (Ecuador) to Sanitago (Chile); spanned 1,200,000 miles squared of territory; 14,000 miles long, reaching 16,500 ft in Andes, 3-52 ft wide; Inns and llama corrals along road; no wheel
  4. "She of the rattles of her cheeks" moon goddess (Huitzilopochtli's sister); plotted with 2 brothers to kill mother; Huitzilopochtli saves the day
  5. Discovered Jenné-jeno; 1977, 1981, and 1994

5 True/False questions

  1. Lord PacalMayan ruler who came to power in AD 615 in Palenque; his sarcophagus was discovered by Alberto Ruz Lhuiller

          

  2. Quipucapital of Inca Empire; built by Sapa Inca Pachacuti (He who makes the world)(1438-1471 AD); transformed city and empire, sacred center, puma shaped city; divided into 4 quarters

          

  3. Cecil Rhodes1890; Mashonaland occupied by Cecil Rhodes (Rhodesia) for gold prospecting; site became symbol justifying glories of colonization

          

  4. Cuzcocapital of Inca Empire; built by Sapa Inca Pachacuti (He who makes the world)(1438-1471 AD); transformed city and empire, sacred center, puma shaped city; divided into 4 quarters

          

  5. Machu Picchu1871; German explorer in search of the remains of a lost white civilization, denied that local people could have built remains, used presence of cedar to argue for northern connection (Phoenicians, Queen of Sheeba)