What Was The Mayan Geography Like?

An ancient civilisation known as the Maya lived in the easternmost section of Mesoamerica, namely on the Yucatan Peninsula. There was a significant contrast in the region’s topography (Mayan geography), which ranged from porous limestone shelves in the middle and northern areas to volcanic mountains in the southern highlands. The southern highlands were known as
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Of all the ancient civilizations that once flourished in Mesoamerica, the Maya are undoubtedly the most well-known. Around 2600 B.C., they made their first appearance in the Yucatán region of what is now southern Mexico, Guatemala, northern Belize, and western Honduras. They grew to prominence around the year 250 A.D. in these areas. When did
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The Olmec religious practices of sacrifice, cave rituals, pilgrimages, offerings, ball-courts, pyramids, and an apparent awe of mirrors were also passed on to all subsequent civilizations in Mesoamerica until the Spanish Conquest in the 16th century CE. This occurred up until the time that the Spanish Conquest occurred. What name did the Olmecs give themselves?
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Which of the following statements best characterizes the meeting between Hernan Cortes and the Aztecs? The Spanish looked down on the religion practiced by the Aztecs and worked to convert them to Christianity. What was the conflict between Cortes and the Aztecs? Cortés was the target of hostility from Moctezuma, monarch of the Aztecs, who
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Some of the first people to investigate the Nazca Lines, like Paul Kosok and Maria Reiche, proposed that the furrows had been carved to identify the points on the horizon where the sun and moon would rise and set on significant festivals, functioning as a type of giant calendar. Research that was conducted more recently
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