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The Maya, Aztect and Inca

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Jared Gerner

on 24 April 2010

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Double click anywhere & add an idea The Maya, Aztec and Inca The Maya The Inca The Aztec Some Mayan people were sacraficed at the end
of a difficult game. The losers of the game were. The ancient game involved a ball and 2 rings. The object of the game was to get the balls through the rings. The Mayan population grew to large and there was not enough food. The mayas made their own calender.
There was also a drought that lasted 200 years!
Warfare increased in the Mayan armies.
They lived from 2,000 B. C. to 250 A. D. The Mayan civilization spoke in the Spanish language. Some people today live like they did more than 2000 years ago. The Inca lived in western South America. By: Jared Gerner The Aztec armies were weekend by diseases. More than a million people speak the Atec language today. They were Mexican.
They also spoke Spanish. The disease killed a lot of people. They also spoke the Nahuati language and dominated large parts of Mesoamerica in the 14th, 15th and 16th centuries B. C. This is the Incan calender. The Inca built stone walls made out of blocks.The blocks were so close together that not even a blade could fit between them. They used irrigation for their fields. They spoke their own language. They only kept 1/3 of the crops they harvested the rest went to the government, or king. They also domesticated lamas for their fur, hide and meat. The Inca wore different kinds of hats to show what village they are from.
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