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  1. chasqui
  2. Renancimiento
  3. el imperio azteca (imperio tributario)
  4. Atahualpa
  5. Expediciones de Hernández de Córdova y Juan de Guijalva (fechas, zonas)
  1. a segunda expedicion bajo Diego Velazquez que explora la costa de golfo de Mexico en 1518. (Yucatan)
  2. b the Inca professional riders who were in charge of transmitting messages and news
  3. c a dramatic period of expansion that culminated in this eleventh emperor of the Inca
  4. d Inca ruler who was tricked into a conference by Francisco Pizarro, tried to ransom himself with a hoard of gold, and was executed by garroting. The Spaniards then fought their way to Cuzco and conquered his Empire
  5. e los aztecas permitian que los lideres de los pueblos que conquistaban permanecieran en el poder si accedian a pagar un tributo y aceptar la autoridad de Tenochtitlan. El terror que inspiraba la perspectiva de un nuevo ataque azteca era un instrumento de control casi absoluto.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Cortes sink all boats less than one so you can send letters to Charles V
  2. 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.
  3. was necessary not only to conquer territory but to integrate their people into a common culture. He imposed their language, Quechua, and its official religion, worship the sun god
  4. During 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.
  5. 1. agotamiento de la tierra de cultivo, (slash-and-burn); 2. falta de agua, 3. rebeliones de campesinos, 4. caída de Teotihuacán, 5. presiones por el crecimiento poblacional. En 900 en adelante los toltecas de Tula invaden la península de Yucatán y dominan la ciudad sagrada de Chichén Itzá. La reconstruyen y promueven un nuevo florecimiento. Introducen aspectos del arte y la arquitectura tolteca en la ciudad: columnas atlantes, Chac Mool. Se llevan a cabo más sacrificios humanos.

5 True/False questions

  1. los sacrificios humanosDesarollo en valle de Mexico. Centro de ciudad en Teotihuacan. Pirámides del sol y la luna. Pirámide de Quetzalcóatl. Alfarería policromada. Ciudad destruída o abandonada en 650. Carácter benigno de los dioses.

          

  2. TenochtitlánRevolution era of artistic and dramatic progress in the scientific concoction. People were more concerned about the fate of life here on earth instead of going after death., Cultivated the humanities and the man represents the intellect and action with a lot of knowledge, is a scholar but also a man of action.The Renaissance also gives boost to settlement and there is an extreme nationalism which rejects everything that is not Christian or Spanish, hence the expulsion of the Jews in 1492, of the Moors in 1609 and the persecutions of the Inquisition.

          

  3. Expedición de Cortés (fechas, zonas, tripulación)15 de noviembre de 1518 sale al golfo de Mexico.

          

  4. quipussupply station, weigh station along inca road to stop and refresh.

          

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