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The Aztechs, Mayas, and the Incas

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Tirzah Gaul

on 22 April 2010

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Transcript of The Aztechs, Mayas, and the Incas

The Mayas, Aztecs, and Incas Maya Mayan pyramids were carved to look like monsters Mayans used glyphs carved into stones as their form of writing a combination of things are thought to have destoyed them the feathered serpent was associated with art Mayans belived that some animals like vultures, wild turkeys, jaguras, and some colorful birds were gods Mayans paid for things with caco beans or sea salt By: Tirzah Aztec the Aztec civilization started about 800 years ago the Aztecs lived in Mexico many carvings of the feathered serpent
are on buildings the Aztecs were led by their tribal god Huitzilopochtli the eagle was a symbol of the sun to the Aztecs some Aztec books were burned because they were considered the devils work Aztecs had strict rules on cothing and jewlry, these were determined on weather you were an ordinary person ora noble the Aztecs had two callenders the Aztecs had parks, zoos, and pools like we do today Inca the Incas lived in the South American deserts The Incas lived in small huts the Aztecs had no writen language the word Inca means lord The Incan people spoke Quechua the land was divided into four areas quipus were used to keep records They belived that Viracha made the world Inti the sun god was most important to them Illapa was the god of thunder and lightning Thanks
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