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HST 206 Week 2 Class 1

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Mexico: Olmecs to Independence
Juan Mora-Torres
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Date Created: 09/22/16
History 206   History of the Americas: Olmecs to Independence   September 9, 2016     I. The historical stages   A. What was known about the pre­columbian Mexico before archaeology  1. Bering strait: Asia moved into the Americas    B. Stages of history   1. Tehuacan   a) Nomads/ hunter and gatherers came to to tehuacan.   b) Global warming changed the terrain  (temperate/hot/highlands:central mexico and the coast(maize  beans squash peppers)and ocean  c) Began to domesticate plants: chili peppers, avocados, amarntl.  Wild plants become a staple.   2. Domestication of crops 5000­ 35000 BCE  a) Semi­sedentary   b) Reliance on agriculture: beans, maize, squash, avocado   c) Stone implements: Metates   C. Ecology and civilizations   D. Olmecs  Stages   I. Early Period 40,000/17,000 ­ 3000 BCE   II. Archaic 5000 ­ 1500 BCE (rise of civilization: India, Mesopotamia)   III. Pre­classic 1500 ­ 250 ACE (Olmec)   IV. Classic 200 ­ 900 (Mayan Era)  V. Post Classic 900 ­ 1521(Mexica/Aztec/Toltec/Peru)   VI. 1521­1900         


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