Presentation Summary : Mayan Sociopolitical Structure Mayan society was split up into many distinct city-states, often warring, which usually surrounded temples Heads of polities called ...
Source : http://www.unc.edu/~nielsen/soci111/m10/soci111m10maya.ppt
Presentation Summary : Maya, Aztec, and Inca Civilizations Government The Sapa Inca (emperor) had absolute power. The emperor claimed to be the son of the sun. The emperor was also the ...
Source : http://sms.nafcs.k12.in.us/uploads/file/mayaaztecandinca(1).ppt
Presentation Summary : Ancient Mexico Mayan, Incan, and Aztec Civilizations By: Mrs. Meredith Sanders Teotihuacan 4 well-known buildings in this ancient city: Olmecs They were the first ...
Source : http://www.worldofteaching.com/powerpoints/history/Ancient%20Mexico.ppt
Presentation Summary : Culture of Belize Constructed by: Ben Guillow Larry Belcher Pat Riley Overview Background History Cultures Mayan Garifuna Others Our Experience Background Capital ...
Source : http://www.science.marshall.edu/jonest/tropical%20web%20page/Powerpoints%20-%20Projects%20Page/Culture%20of%20Belize%2004.ppt
Presentation Summary : Ancient American Civilizations A civilization can be defined as “an advanced culture.” Basic features of early civilizations included the building of cities, a ...
Source : http://www.goshenschoolsny.org/Schools/CJH/Websites/Robinson/Power%20Point%20Presentations/Ancient%20American%20Civilizations.ppt
Presentation Summary : Scientific Achievements The Aztecs studied astronomy and created a calendar much like the Mayan calendar. The Aztecs also knew many different uses for plants.
Source : http://www.jeffersonschooldistrict.com/cms/lib/CA01000295/Centricity/Domain/76/Ch15.ppt
Presentation Summary : Creation myths From around the ... the frost god Thought stories Type of creation myth used on occasion in mayan legends Gods sitting around thinking about things ...
Source : http://www.mvrhs.org/social/thulin/myth/reviews/PPcreation_files/PPcreation.ppt
Presentation Summary : Mexico Grade 5 PowerPoint Mrs. Vondell & Mrs. Prue ... Native Groups The Mayan history began around A.D.320. The Mayans are divided into 4 social groups: ...
Source : http://staffweb.srk12.org/vondell_e/mexico_powerpoint.ppt
Presentation Summary : The Age of Genocide Exploring 20th century genocides Jennifer Gigliotti-Labay A crime without a name… “The aggressor ... retaliates by the most frightful cruelties.
Source : http://www.esc4.net/docs/107-Genocide.ppt
Presentation Summary : Very Early Humans It was during this time that the higher primates, including apes and early man, first appeared. Their hands were different, too.
Source : http://presentations.pppst.com/EarlyHumans.ppt
Presentation Summary : Mayan Decline The civilization declined by about 1500, but the culture lives today. Mayan-speaking people still live in Mexico and Guatemala.
Source : http://www.thematthatters.com/ushistory/unitreviews/Chapter1.ppt
Presentation Summary : ... mexico mayan olmec aztec 1600 trade secrets spain ancient history of chocolate processing cocoa bean to chocolate bar harvesting growing fermenting drying ...
Source : http://www.howard-peters.com/chocolate.ppt
Presentation Summary : Mayan Calendar • Founded by Quechua speakingclans (ayllus) living near Cuzco around 1350 • Inca (ruler) Pachacuti. expanded the empire from. 1438-1471
Source : http://www.badantweb.com/gronich/APFiles/powerpoints/AztecInca_Rains.pptx
Presentation Summary : Title: Freshwater Fish of Belize Author: swecker4 Last modified by: Sean Collins Created Date: 2/16/2005 7:55:25 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show (4:3)
Source : http://www.science.marshall.edu/jonest/tropical%20web%20page/Powerpoints%20-%20Projects%20Page/Belize%20freshwater%20fish.ppt
Presentation Summary : Mobiles, stabiles, kinetic sculpture, large ... British sculptor known for primitive-looking figure forms Influenced by ancient Mayan-Toltec altar statues ...
Source : http://www.westcler.org/gh/curlessmatt/arthistory/section20(sculpture).ppt
Presentation Summary : Class Expectations. In this course, we will study the major events and themes of world history. This is a required course for the promotion to 10th grade.
Source : http://ghsmrsrockett.weebly.com/uploads/8/3/6/5/8365144/unit_1_powerpoint.pptx
Presentation Summary : See also PowerPoints on “Alexie’s Humorous Names,” and ... * MAYAN CONTRARIES Mayan contraries pretend to be afraid of inconsequential events and fall to the ...
Source : http://www.public.asu.edu/~dnilsen/documents/indianhumor.ppt
Presentation Summary : Latin America and the Caribbean Countries of Mexico and ... Tikal in Guatemala ancient Mayan city ceremonial and civic center Tikal is the "New York ...
Source : http://www.rockingham.k12.va.us/resources/High/files/LatinAmerica.ppt
Presentation Summary : White chocolate is technically no real chocolate because it contains no chocolate liquor. Mayan Civilization: The Mayans took the cacao trees and grew it for themselves.
Source : http://r2d2.cochise.edu/spence/Artifact%20OUTCOME%205_files/Chocolate%20presentation.ppt
Presentation Summary : Mayan civilisation peaked in second half of first millennium AD. Toltecs in mexico 900-1200. Aztec and Inca empires in Mexcio and Peru were at their peak in the 15th ...
Source : http://www.nuim.ie/staff/dpringle/mg/mg11.ppt