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  1. Coyolxauhqui
  2. Alberto Ruz Lhuiller
  3. Theodore Bent
  4. Joao de Barros
  5. Qorikancha
  1. a discovered the sarcophagus of Lord Pacal (a Mayan ruler)
  2. b 1891; had studied Phoenicians but no formal training in archaeology; concluded that builders came from Arabian peninsula (Phoenician/Egyptian); Cecil Rhodes purchased many finds taken from the site
  3. c "She of the rattles of her cheeks" moon goddess (Huitzilopochtli's sister); plotted with 2 brothers to kill mother; Huitzilopochtli saves the day
  4. d 1552, Portuguese Explorer documented magnificent walls with no mortar; made parallels with Axuma, Ethiopia, municipal city of the Queen of Sheeba
  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. excavated Boqueriao de Pedra Furada, Brazil
  2. 1908; African American cowboy, found animals in association with spear point near Folsom, NM
  3. authors of Incidents of Travel in Yucatan in 1841
  4. sailed to New World 3 times; rmors of "mountains of gold" to south (Cortes); 26 July 1529: Queen of Spain gave permission "to discover and conquer Peru"; 1532: Pizarro returned to Peru; Atahuallpa consumed with war
  5. 1871; 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)

5 True/False questions

  1. HuitzilopochtliAztec sun god


  2. Sapa Inca Pachacutibuilt Cuzco (capital city of Incan Empire) in 1438-1471 AD; name means He who makes the world; transformed city and empire; built Machu Picchu


  3. Ignatius DonnellyInca; son of sun god


  4. Occam's RazorRuler: living son of Inti, link with god upon death


  5. Moctezumacapital 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