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AP World History Chapter 11: The Americas on the Eve of Invasion
Indian
Toltec culture
Topilitzin
Tenochtitlan
Misnomer created by Christopher Columbus referring to indigen…
Succeeded Teotihuacan culture in central Mexico, strongly mil…
Religious leader and reformer of the Toltecs in 10th century,…
Founded c. 1324 on Lake Texcoco, became center of Aztec power…
Indian
Misnomer created by Christopher Columbus referring to indigen…
Toltec culture
Succeeded Teotihuacan culture in central Mexico, strongly mil…
25 terms
A.P. World History Chapter 11: The Americas on the Eve of Invasion
Toltec Culture
Topiltzin
Quetzalcoatl
Indian
succeeded Teotihuacan culture in central Mexico; strongly mil…
Religious leader and reformer of the Toltecs in the 10th cent…
Toltec deity; adopted by Aztecs as a major god
misnomer created by Columbus upon reaching the indigenous peo…
Toltec Culture
succeeded Teotihuacan culture in central Mexico; strongly mil…
Topiltzin
Religious leader and reformer of the Toltecs in the 10th cent…
18 terms
A.P World History chapter 11 (America on the Eve of Invasion
Indian
Toltecs
Aztecs
Tenochtitlan
name of the indiginous peoples of the early Postclassical Ame…
Nomadic peoples from beyond the northern frontier of sedentar…
Also known as Mexica, they created a powerful empire in centr…
Aztec capital
Indian
name of the indiginous peoples of the early Postclassical Ame…
Toltecs
Nomadic peoples from beyond the northern frontier of sedentar…
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AP World History Chapter 11: The Americas on the Eve of Invasion key terms
Indian
Toltec culture
Topilitzin
Tenochtitlan
Misnomer created by Christopher Columbus referring to indigen…
Succeeded Teotihuacan culture in central Mexico, strongly mil…
Religious leader and reformer of the Toltecs in 10th century,…
Founded c. 1324 on Lake Texcoco, became center of Aztec power…
Indian
Misnomer created by Christopher Columbus referring to indigen…
Toltec culture
Succeeded Teotihuacan culture in central Mexico, strongly mil…
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AP World History Chapter 11: The Americas on the Eve of Invasion Study Questions
Which of the following was NOT a chara…
What was the relationship between the…
How did the Aztecs view the cultural a…
Which of the following did NOT occur a…
Monotheistic Practices
The Toltecs adopted many cultural features from their predece…
As the givers of the civilization.
The abandonment of human sacrifice.
Which of the following was NOT a chara…
Monotheistic Practices
What was the relationship between the…
The Toltecs adopted many cultural features from their predece…
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Ch. 11 AP World History (The Americas on the Eve of Invasion)
Hernan Cortes
Pyramid of the sun
Bernal Diaz del Castillo
Tenochtitlan
Spanish explorer and conquistador who led the conquest of Azt…
Pyramid found in ancient Teotihuacan, it was 200-feet tall an…
Soldier in Cortez's army, wrote the True History of the Conqu…
Capital of the Aztec Empire, located on an island in Lake Tex…
Hernan Cortes
Spanish explorer and conquistador who led the conquest of Azt…
Pyramid of the sun
Pyramid found in ancient Teotihuacan, it was 200-feet tall an…
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AP World History Chapter 11: The Americas on the Eve of Invasion Study Questions
Which of the following was NOT a chara…
What was the relationship between the…
How did the Aztecs view the cultural a…
Which of the following did NOT occur a…
Monotheistic Practices
The Toltecs adopted many cultural features from their predece…
As the givers of the civilization.
The abandonment of human sacrifice.
Which of the following was NOT a chara…
Monotheistic Practices
What was the relationship between the…
The Toltecs adopted many cultural features from their predece…
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AP World Chapter 11 Vocabulary - Americas on Eve of Invasion
Indian
Toltec Culture
Topiltzin
Quetzalcoatl
term derived from Columbus' navigation mistake, includes all…
succeeded Mayan culture in Mesoamerica, adopted sedentary fea…
Toltec leader & priest, religious reformer who went into exil…
Toltec diety, The Feathered Serpent, adopted by Aztecs as a m…
Indian
term derived from Columbus' navigation mistake, includes all…
Toltec Culture
succeeded Mayan culture in Mesoamerica, adopted sedentary fea…
21 terms
World Civilizations: Chapter 11 The Americas on the Eve of Invasion
Indian
Toltec culture
Topiltzin
Quetzalcoatl
Misnomer created by Columbus referring to indigenous peoples…
Succeeded Teotihuacan culture in central Mexico; strongly mil…
Religious leader and reformer of the Toltecs in 10th century;…
Toltec deity; Feathered Serpent; adopted by Aztecs as a major…
Indian
Misnomer created by Columbus referring to indigenous peoples…
Toltec culture
Succeeded Teotihuacan culture in central Mexico; strongly mil…
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AP World Chapter 11 "The Americas: Pre-Invasion" Notecards
Inca/Pachacuti
Cuzco/Temple of the Sun
Inca socialism
Tenochtitlan
...
...
...
...
Inca/Pachacuti
...
Cuzco/Temple of the Sun
...
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AP World History Chapter 11: The Americas on the Eve of Invasion Study Questions
Which of the following was NOT a chara…
What was the relationship between the…
How did the Aztecs view the cultural a…
Which of the following did NOT occur a…
Monotheistic Practices
The Toltecs adopted many cultural features from their predece…
As the givers of the civilization.
The abandonment of human sacrifice.
Which of the following was NOT a chara…
Monotheistic Practices
What was the relationship between the…
The Toltecs adopted many cultural features from their predece…
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AP World Chapter 11: The Americas on the eve of invasion
What was the Spanish impression of the…
How many people lived in the city?
For which two reasons is term Indians…
The collapse of which two areas led to…
When the Europeans first saw the city in 1520, they were blow…
Over 150,000.
1. The term is derived from a mistake Columbus made when he t…
With the collapse of Teotihuacan in Central Mexico and the ab…
What was the Spanish impression of the…
When the Europeans first saw the city in 1520, they were blow…
How many people lived in the city?
Over 150,000.
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AP World History: Ch. 12 The Americas on the Eve of Invasion
Indians
Mesoamerica
Teotihuacan
Toltecs
Mistaken name created by Columbus referring to indigenous peo…
The complex of indigenous cultures that developed in parts of…
Large Mesoamerican city at the height of its power in 450-600…
Succeeded Teotihuacan in Central America and were strongly mi…
Indians
Mistaken name created by Columbus referring to indigenous peo…
Mesoamerica
The complex of indigenous cultures that developed in parts of…
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AP World History: Ch. 12 The Americas on the Eve of Invasion
Indians
Mesoamerica
Teotihuacan
Toltecs
Mistaken name created by Columbus referring to indigenous peo…
The complex of indigenous cultures that developed in parts of…
Large Mesoamerican city at the height of its power in 450-600…
Succeeded Teotihuacan in Central America and were strongly mi…
Indians
Mistaken name created by Columbus referring to indigenous peo…
Mesoamerica
The complex of indigenous cultures that developed in parts of…
77 terms
Ch. 11 AP World History (The Americas on the Eve of Invasion)
Hernan Cortes
Pyramid of the sun
Bernal Diaz del Castillo
Tenochtitlan
Spanish explorer and conquistador who led the conquest of Azt…
Pyramid found in ancient Teotihuacan, it was 200-feet tall an…
Soldier in Cortez's army, wrote the True History of the Conqu…
Capital of the Aztec Empire, located on an island in Lake Tex…
Hernan Cortes
Spanish explorer and conquistador who led the conquest of Azt…
Pyramid of the sun
Pyramid found in ancient Teotihuacan, it was 200-feet tall an…
32 terms
Chapter 11: The Americas on the eve of Invasion
Indian
Toltecs
Aztecs
Tenochtitlan
Misnomer created by Columbus when referring to indigenous Ame…
-Chief civilizations that followed the fall of Teotihuacan an…
-Chief civilizations that followed the fall of Teotihuacan an…
-Founded c. 1325 on marshy island in Lake Texcoco; became cen…
Indian
Misnomer created by Columbus when referring to indigenous Ame…
Toltecs
-Chief civilizations that followed the fall of Teotihuacan an…
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World History: Chapter 11-The Americas
What allowed people from Asia to walk…
What group moved into North America fr…
What were some things the Inuit people…
What was significant about the igloo?
The land bridge across the Bering Strait
Inuit
Developed specific skills to survive cold and harsh environme…
It was used as a temporary shelter during travel
What allowed people from Asia to walk…
The land bridge across the Bering Strait
What group moved into North America fr…
Inuit
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Ch. 11 AP World History (The Americas on the Eve of Invasion)
Hernan Cortes
Pyramid of the sun
Bernal Diaz del Castillo
Tenochtitlan
Spanish explorer and conquistador who led the conquest of Azt…
Pyramid found in ancient Teotihuacan, it was 200-feet tall an…
Soldier in Cortez's army, wrote the True History of the Conqu…
Capital of the Aztec Empire, located on an island in Lake Tex…
Hernan Cortes
Spanish explorer and conquistador who led the conquest of Azt…
Pyramid of the sun
Pyramid found in ancient Teotihuacan, it was 200-feet tall an…
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World History - Chapter 11 The Americas
Quipu was the Incan system of __________
The Maya __________
"Sacred writings," a complex system of…
A system of knotted strings used by th…
record keeping.
developed a sophisticated calendar called the Long Count.
hieroglyphics
quipu
Quipu was the Incan system of __________
record keeping.
The Maya __________
developed a sophisticated calendar called the Long Count.
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AP World History-The Americas on the Eve of Invasion
Politics
Society and Religion
Economics
How did Toltecs and Aztecs rise to pow…
The Aztecs used political anarchy as an opportunity to conque…
-stratified society under supreme ruler... -Religion was a vast,…
-Aztecs had fighting skills so they sought profit being merce…
The Toltecs and Aztecs would conquer lands when they were at…
Politics
The Aztecs used political anarchy as an opportunity to conque…
Society and Religion
-stratified society under supreme ruler... -Religion was a vast,…
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Chapter 11: The Americas on the Eve of Invasion; Vocabulary
Indian
Toltec Culture
Topilzin
Quetzalcoatl
Misnomer created by Columbus referring to indigenous peoples…
Succeeded Teotihuacan culture in central Mexico; strongly mil…
Religious leader and reformer of the Toltecs in 10th century;…
Toltec deity; Feathered Serpent; adopted by Aztecs as a major…
Indian
Misnomer created by Columbus referring to indigenous peoples…
Toltec Culture
Succeeded Teotihuacan culture in central Mexico; strongly mil…
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World History: Chapter 11-The Americas
What allowed people from Asia to walk…
What group moved into North America fr…
What were some things the Inuit people…
What was significant about the igloo?
The land bridge across the Bering Strait
Inuit
Developed specific skills to survive cold and harsh environme…
It was used as a temporary shelter during travel
What allowed people from Asia to walk…
The land bridge across the Bering Strait
What group moved into North America fr…
Inuit
21 terms
Chapter 11: The Americas on the Eve of Invasion Vocab
Indians
Toltec Culture
Topiltzin
Quetzalcoatl
Term used to describe Native Americans when colombus arrived
Succeeded Teotihuacan culture in ctrl Mexico; militaristic et…
Religious leader and reformer of Toltecs; Dedicated to Quetza…
Toltec deity; feathered serpent; adopted as major god by Aztecs
Indians
Term used to describe Native Americans when colombus arrived
Toltec Culture
Succeeded Teotihuacan culture in ctrl Mexico; militaristic et…
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Chapter 11 : The Americas on The Eve of Invasion
Indian
Toltec Culture
Topiltzin
Quetzalcoatl
Misnomer created by Columbus reffering to the indigenous peop…
Suceeded Teotihuacan culture in central Mexico; strongly mili…
Religious leader and reformer of the Toltecs; dedicated to go…
Toltec deity; feathered serpent; adopted by Aztecs as a major…
Indian
Misnomer created by Columbus reffering to the indigenous peop…
Toltec Culture
Suceeded Teotihuacan culture in central Mexico; strongly mili…
Chapter 11 The Americas on the Eve of Invasion
Misnomer created by Columbus when refe…
Nomadic people from beyond the norther…
The Mexica; one of the nomadic tribes…
Founded circa 1325 on a marshy island…
Indian
Toltecs
Aztecs
Tenochtilan
Misnomer created by Columbus when refe…
Indian
Nomadic people from beyond the norther…
Toltecs
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Chapter 11: The Americas on the Eve of Invasion
Toltec Culture
Topiltzin
Quetzalcoatl
Tenochtitlan
Succeeded Teotihuacan culture in central Mexico; strongly mil…
Religious leader and reformer of the Toltecs in 10th Century;…
Toltec deity; Feathered Serpent; adopted by Aztecs as a major…
Founded c.1325 on marshy island in Lake Texcoco; became cente…
Toltec Culture
Succeeded Teotihuacan culture in central Mexico; strongly mil…
Topiltzin
Religious leader and reformer of the Toltecs in 10th Century;…
21 terms
Chapter 11: The Americas on the Eve of Invasion
Indian
Toltec culture
Topiltzin
Quetzalcoatl
misnomer created by Columbus referring to indigenous people o…
succeeded Teotihuacan culture in central Mexico; strongly mil…
Religious leader and reformer of the Toltecs in 10th century;…
Toltec deity; Feathered Serpent; adopted by Aztecs as a major…
Indian
misnomer created by Columbus referring to indigenous people o…
Toltec culture
succeeded Teotihuacan culture in central Mexico; strongly mil…
77 terms
Ch. 11 AP World History (The Americas on the Eve of Invasion)
Hernan Cortes
Pyramid of the sun
Bernal Diaz del Castillo
Tenochtitlan
Spanish explorer and conquistador who led the conquest of Azt…
Pyramid found in ancient Teotihuacan, it was 200-feet tall an…
Soldier in Cortez's army, wrote the True History of the Conqu…
Capital of the Aztec Empire, located on an island in Lake Tex…
Hernan Cortes
Spanish explorer and conquistador who led the conquest of Azt…
Pyramid of the sun
Pyramid found in ancient Teotihuacan, it was 200-feet tall an…
77 terms
Ch. 11 AP World History (The Americas on the Eve of Invasion)
Hernan Cortes
Pyramid of the sun
Bernal Diaz del Castillo
Tenochtitlan
Spanish explorer and conquistador who led the conquest of Azt…
Pyramid found in ancient Teotihuacan, it was 200-feet tall an…
Soldier in Cortez's army, wrote the True History of the Conqu…
Capital of the Aztec Empire, located on an island in Lake Tex…
Hernan Cortes
Spanish explorer and conquistador who led the conquest of Azt…
Pyramid of the sun
Pyramid found in ancient Teotihuacan, it was 200-feet tall an…
29 terms
Chapter 11 WHAP The Americas on the eve of invasion
Aztecs
Tenochtitlan
Pipiltin
Tlacaele
also known as Mexica, the Aztecs created a powerful empire in…
founded c. 1325 on marshy island in Lake Texcoco; became cent…
nobility in Aztec society; formed by intermarriage of Aztecs…
advisor to Aztec rulers from 1427 to 1480; had histories of M…
Aztecs
also known as Mexica, the Aztecs created a powerful empire in…
Tenochtitlan
founded c. 1325 on marshy island in Lake Texcoco; became cent…
20 terms
Chapter 11 - The Americas on the Eve of Invasion
Indians
Toltec culture
Topiltzin
Quetzalcoatl
According to Shi'ism, rulers who could trace descent from the…
Succeeded Teotihuacan culture in central Mexico; strongly mil…
Religious leader and reformer of the Toltecs in 10th century;…
Toltec deity; feathered serrpent; adopted by Aztecs as a majo…
Indians
According to Shi'ism, rulers who could trace descent from the…
Toltec culture
Succeeded Teotihuacan culture in central Mexico; strongly mil…
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Chapter 11 The Americas World History and Civilizations
Las artes plásticas
la pintura
el/la pintor
la acuarela
plastic arts
painting
the painter
water color
Las artes plásticas
plastic arts
la pintura
painting
21 terms
AP World History | Chapter 12 | The Americas on the Eve of Invasion
Indians
Toltec culture
Topiltzin
Quetzalcoatl
Misnomer created by Columbus referring to indigenous peoples…
Succeeded Teotihuacan culture in central Mexico; strongly mil…
Religious leader and reformer of the Toltecs in 10th century;…
Toltec deity; Feathered Serpent; adopted by Aztecs as a major…
Indians
Misnomer created by Columbus referring to indigenous peoples…
Toltec culture
Succeeded Teotihuacan culture in central Mexico; strongly mil…
25 terms
Chapter 11: The Americas on The Eve of Invasion vocab
Aztecs
Ayllus
Calpulli
Cannibal kingdom
Also known as Mexica, they created a powerful empire in centr…
Households in Andean societies that recognized some form of k…
Clans in Aztec society, later explanded to include residentia…
Modern interpretation of Aztec society created by Marvin Harr…
Aztecs
Also known as Mexica, they created a powerful empire in centr…
Ayllus
Households in Andean societies that recognized some form of k…
Chapter 11: The Americas on the Eve of Invasion
Indian
Toltec Culture
Topiltzin
Quetzalzoatl
Misnomer created by Colombus referring to indigenous pepones…
Succeeded Teotihuacan culture in central Mexico; strongly inf…
Religious leader and reformer of the Toltecs in 10th century
Toltec deity; feathered serpented; adoptes by Aztecs as a maj…
Indian
Misnomer created by Colombus referring to indigenous pepones…
Toltec Culture
Succeeded Teotihuacan culture in central Mexico; strongly inf…
28 terms
Chapter 11: The Americas on the Eve of Invasion
Calpulli
Chinampas
Curacas
Huacas
Clans in Aztek society... Later expanded to include residential…
Bed of aquatic weeds, mud, and earth placed in frames made of…
Allyu chiefs with privleges of dress and access to resources.…
Sacred spirits and powers that resided or appeared in caves,…
Calpulli
Clans in Aztek society... Later expanded to include residential…
Chinampas
Bed of aquatic weeds, mud, and earth placed in frames made of…
29 terms
WHAP Chapter 11 The Americas on the Eve of Invasion
Aztecs
Tenochtitlan
Pipiltin
Tlacaele
also known as Mexica, the Aztecs created a powerful empire in…
founded c. 1325 on marshy island in Lake Texcoco; became cent…
nobility in Aztec society; formed by intermarriage of Aztecs…
advisor to Aztec rulers from 1427 to 1480; had histories of M…
Aztecs
also known as Mexica, the Aztecs created a powerful empire in…
Tenochtitlan
founded c. 1325 on marshy island in Lake Texcoco; became cent…
29 terms
Chapter 11 WHAP The Americas on the eve of invasion
Aztecs
Tenochtitlan
Pipiltin
Tlacaele
also known as Mexica, the Aztecs created a powerful empire in…
founded c. 1325 on marshy island in Lake Texcoco; became cent…
nobility in Aztec society; formed by intermarriage of Aztecs…
advisor to Aztec rulers from 1427 to 1480; had histories of M…
Aztecs
also known as Mexica, the Aztecs created a powerful empire in…
Tenochtitlan
founded c. 1325 on marshy island in Lake Texcoco; became cent…
CHAPTER 11: The Americas on the Eve of Invasion
Toltec culture
Topiltzin
Quetzalcoatl
TENOCHTITLAN
...
...
...
...
Toltec culture
...
Topiltzin
...
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Chapter 11: The Americas on the eve of invasion
What was the Spanish impression of the…
How many people lived in the city?
For which two reasons is term Indians…
The collapse of which two areas led to…
When the Europeans first saw the city in 1520, they were blow…
Over 150,000.
1. The term is derived from a mistake Columbus made when he t…
With the collapse of Teotihuacan in Central Mexico and the ab…
What was the Spanish impression of the…
When the Europeans first saw the city in 1520, they were blow…
How many people lived in the city?
Over 150,000.
16 terms
Chapter 11: The Americas on the Eve of Invasion
Aztecs
Indians
Teotihuacan
Quetzalcoatl
•referred to themselves as Mexica... •initially roughy 10,000 pe…
•indigenous peoples native to the Americas... •named by Columbus…
•a great city... •largest of 50 similar city-states in Mexico
•the Feathered Serpent God
Aztecs
•referred to themselves as Mexica... •initially roughy 10,000 pe…
Indians
•indigenous peoples native to the Americas... •named by Columbus…
World History 1111 Chapter 11: The Americas
Paleoindian Period (8,900 B.C.E)
Archaic Period (8900-2000 B. C. E.)
Beginning of Agriculture
Earliest civilization in South America
Hunting and gathering large game... Clovis and Folsom cultures... M…
Ever drier climate... Greater reliance on plants and game... Led ma…
C. 8,000 B.C.E... Staple: Corn and beans... High yield on small plo…
Norte Chico (2,500's-1,800's B.C.E)
Paleoindian Period (8,900 B.C.E)
Hunting and gathering large game... Clovis and Folsom cultures... M…
Archaic Period (8900-2000 B. C. E.)
Ever drier climate... Greater reliance on plants and game... Led ma…
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Chapter 11: The Americas on the Eve of Invasion
Toltecs
Quetzalcoatl
Tenochtitlan
Huitzilopochtli
Pre-Aztec Mesoamerican culture
Feathered serpent Toltec god worshipped by Aztecs
Capital of Aztec Empire
Aztec tribal patron god
Toltecs
Pre-Aztec Mesoamerican culture
Quetzalcoatl
Feathered serpent Toltec god worshipped by Aztecs
29 terms
Chapter 11 The Americas on the Eve of Invasion
Toltecs
Aztecs
pipiltin
Tlaloc
Nomadic peoples from beyond the northern frontier of the sede…
The Mexica; one of the nomadic tribes that used political ana…
Members of the hereditary nobility and occupied the top posit…
Major god of Aztecs; associated with fertility and the agricu…
Toltecs
Nomadic peoples from beyond the northern frontier of the sede…
Aztecs
The Mexica; one of the nomadic tribes that used political ana…
32 terms
[WHAP] Chapter 11: The Americas on the eve of Invasion
Indian
Toltecs
Aztecs
Tenochtitlan
Misnomer created by Columbus when referring to indigenous Ame…
-Chief civilizations that followed the fall of Teotihuacan an…
-Chief civilizations that followed the fall of Teotihuacan an…
-Founded c. 1325 on marshy island in Lake Texcoco; became cen…
Indian
Misnomer created by Columbus when referring to indigenous Ame…
Toltecs
-Chief civilizations that followed the fall of Teotihuacan an…
32 terms
Chapter 11: The Americas on the eve of Invasion
Indian
Toltecs
Aztecs
Tenochtitlan
Misnomer created by Columbus when referring to indigenous Ame…
-Chief civilizations that followed the fall of Teotihuacan an…
-Chief civilizations that followed the fall of Teotihuacan an…
-Founded c. 1325 on marshy island in Lake Texcoco; became cen…
Indian
Misnomer created by Columbus when referring to indigenous Ame…
Toltecs
-Chief civilizations that followed the fall of Teotihuacan an…
28 terms
CHAPTER 11: THE AMERICAS ON THE EVE OF INVASION
Calpulli
Chinampas
Curacas
Huacas
Clans in Aztec society... Later expanded to include residential…
Beds of Aquatic weeds, mud, and earth placed in frames made o…
Allyu chiefs with privileges of dress and access to resources…
Sacred spirits and powers that resided or appeared in caves,…
Calpulli
Clans in Aztec society... Later expanded to include residential…
Chinampas
Beds of Aquatic weeds, mud, and earth placed in frames made o…
18 terms
Chapter 11/Americas on the Eve of Invasion
Who were the mexicas?
Who were the Toltecs?
How did the Toltecs fall?
Who took over after Toltecs?
The Aztecs
People from northern mexico who settled in tenochtitlan. They…
Northern Barbarians!
The Mexicas.
Who were the mexicas?
The Aztecs
Who were the Toltecs?
People from northern mexico who settled in tenochtitlan. They…
15 terms
Chapter 11 The America's on the Eve of Invasion
The Toltecs
Mesomerica
Teotihuacan
The Maya
migrated into central Mexico from the north and adopted a mil…
a name we use for areas of Mexico and Central America
"place of the gods" was the capital and center for trade
1. flourished between AD 300-900... 2. built splendid temples an…
The Toltecs
migrated into central Mexico from the north and adopted a mil…
Mesomerica
a name we use for areas of Mexico and Central America
25 terms
Chapter 11: The Americas on the Eve of Invasion
Indian
Pre-Columbian
Toltecs
Topiltzin
misnomer created by Colombus referring to indigenous peoples…
time before Western Culture invaded the Americas
nomadic peoples established in central Mexico; capital city a…
most influential toltec leader; dedicated to the god Quetzalc…
Indian
misnomer created by Colombus referring to indigenous peoples…
Pre-Columbian
time before Western Culture invaded the Americas
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