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  1. Tlaxcala y Cholula (los lienzos de Tlaxcala)
  2. la Guerra de Reconquista de la península
  3. el Popol Vuh (historia del manuscrito, versión de la Creación)
  4. Nicolás de Ovando
  5. Filipa de Perestrelo
  1. a On the way to Tenochtitlan interview with rebel populations (especially Tlaxcala) and recruits his favor. In Cholula participates in a battle that killed many Indians. The law of demand says that every person who finds the Indians should tell the history of Spain after asking to be part of Spain and Carlos V. subjective If the Indians do not want to make subjective Espanoles then can use military force.
  2. b la historia de la creacion de los maya, se llamaba la biblia maya
  3. c second governor of the Spanish.
  4. d wife of Columbus, died in 1485
  5. e Toma de Granada en 1492.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Se dearrollaron en la zona de Oaxaca, con su centro en la ciudad de Monte Albán. Parque de pelota. Relieves de los danzantes. Escritura jeroglífica. Población: 50,000. Observatorio astronómico. "Necrópolis." Trabajos de joyería y metalurgia.
  2. a dramatic period of expansion that culminated in this eleventh emperor of the Inca
  3. 8000 millas (actual distancia entre Portugal y Cuba)
  4. the Inca professional riders who were in charge of transmitting messages and news
  5. He had to leave to confront in Veracruz expedition of Panfilo Narvaez. Velasquez Narvaez sent Cortes to capture and bring him to Santiago to face trial for sedition. Cortes defeats Narvaez and persuades her 800 soldiers to join him.

5 True/False questions

  1. Santo Oficinal de la Inquisición
    (Holy officinal of the Inquisition)
    The Vatican gave the king the power to appoint priests in Spain and the Americas.

          

  2. tampuLabor extracted for lands assigned to the state and the religion; all communities were expected to contribute; an essential aspect of Inca imperial control.

          

  3. Pedro de Alvarado y la mascare de TlatelolcoDuring his absence, the Spanish commander in command at Tenochtitlan. Pedro de Alvarado, suspected a conspiracy Aztec and ordered a slaughter in the ceremonial plaza of Tlatelolco. This motivates a rebellion against the Spanish and against Moctezuma. Moctezuma died a stone when Cortes asked to leave from a balcony to try to speak to the crowd and appease the rebellion.

          

  4. Estrategias de centralización del poder bajo los Reyes Católicos
    (Strategies for centralizing power under the Catholic Monarchs)
    Se desarrollan en la zona de Yucatán con su "capital" en Chichén Itzá bajo la influenca del imperio tolteca. Se ven muchos Chac Mol. Son figures donde se hacen sacrificios para los dioses, tal vez sacrificios humanos.

          

  5. mitathe cradle of the Inca empire. (valley of Cuzco)