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Chapter 11 Vocabulary: The earth and its Peoples Third Edition

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Chapter 11 Vocabulary Teotihuacan- a powerful city-state in central Mexico. Population was 150,000 at its height in 600 c.e. Chinampas- narrow artificial lands constructed along lakeshores or in marshes. This increased agricultural yield because it enabled farming year round Maya- Mesoamerican civilization concentrated in Mexico?s Yucatan Peninsula and in Guatemala and Honduras but never unified into a single empire. Contributed in development in calendar Khipus- system of knotted colored cords used to aid administration and record population counts and tribute obligations Ayllu- Andean lineage group or kin-based community
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