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MP-BHT

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Maple Point Tri-Team Tournament

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MP-BHT

Instructions:

1) Students become members of a Social Studies Team.

2) Each student on team will be given a number 1-8.

3) Spin wheel to see which student gets question.

4) Both the team and individual student will answer question separately.

5) Each question worth 1 point for team / 2 points for individual. Potential to earn 3 points total.

Play

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Team Scores

The Big Wheel

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Spin Wheel

YOU HAVE BEEN CHOSEN

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mosaic

Which term describes Roman artwork

made from small pieces of tile,

glass, or colored stone?

Q1 – Legacy of Rome

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aqueducts

The Romans built these to carry water from one

part of the empire to another.

Q2 – Legacy of Rome

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Citizens have certain rights and responsibilities

  • Out of these feature of American democracy:
  • All people are born equal
  • Leaders are elected directly by the people
  • Government is based on a written constitution
  • Citizens have certain rights and responsibilities
  • Which comes from the Romans?

Q3 – Legacy of Rome

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Rhine River, Danube River, Carpathian Mountains, Black Sea

Name two geographic formations that acted as the northern borders of the Roman Empire at its height.

Q4 – Legacy of Rome

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ship (boat, water)

What form of transportationwas most likely used to

carry trade goods between the cities of Rome and Carthage?

Q5 – Legacy of Rome

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roads

What engineering feat connected the

city of Rome with territory throughout the empire?

Q6 – Legacy of Rome

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Feudalism

The fall of Rome led to a

dangerous and difficult life

in western Europe. This

gave rise to what economic

and political system?

Disorder and danger

Q7 - Feudalism

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Charlemagne (Charles the Great)

Pope Leo III crowned who the

Holy Roman Emperor

in return for military support.

Q8 - Feudalism

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feifs

A king gave his most important lords these,

which were grants of land.

Q9 - Feudalism

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They describe forms of military technology / protection

What do these medieval items have in common?

* stone wall

* castle moat

* knight’s armor

Q10 - Feudalism

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knight

Pages and squires were boys

in training to become this

Q11 - Feudalism

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chivalry

Medieval knights are known for following

a code of behavior.What is this code called?

Q12 - Feudalism

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God

The divine right of kings is the belief

that monarchs right to rule was given to them by whom?

Q13 - Feudalism

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The Church

Community life in western Europe

during the Middle Ages centered around this

Q14 – Role of the church

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excommunicate

The power of the church was increasing during

During the Middle Ages. This was evident

When Pope Gregory did this to the

Holy Roman Emperor. It means to

deprive a person membership in a church

Q15 – Role of the church

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convent

a main activity of a monastery during the

Middle Ages wasproviding safe places

for travelers to stay.

A community of nuns stay in nunnery,

also called this

Q16 – Role of the church

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Pilgrimage to Jerusalem

Which of these NOT a sacrament in

the Roman Catholic Church?

Baptism

Marriage

Confirmation

Pilgrimage to Jerusalem

Penance

Anointing of the sick

Q17 – Role of the church

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gargoyles

A main feature of a Medieval Church was a stone spout

carved in the form of beasts to warn

the people that devils and evil spirits would

catch them if they did not obey the church.

What are they called?

Q18 – Role of the church

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to take Jerusalem from the Muslims

This was a main goal of the Crusades?

Q19 – Role of the church

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Reason

Thomas Aquinas was know for

Bridging the gap between Faith and this.

Q20 – Role of the church

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Enough crops were grown to sell to people who lived in towns.

How did new farming methods

contribute to the growth of medieval European towns?

Q21 – Medieval Towns

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long-distance trade (commerce)

The revival of this, in addition to new farming

Methods, led to the growth of medieval towns.

Q22 – Medieval Towns

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feudal lords

to gain independence from this person

medieval towns would buy royal charters

Q23 – Medieval Towns

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a guild

If you were a customer who bought shoes

from a cobbler,

this organization might help you by making

sure that the shoes were of good quality.

Q24 – Medieval Towns

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Unsanitary conditions

This was the biggest causeof disease

in medieval towns.

Q25 – Medieval Towns

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Court trials / Trial by Judges and Juries

Theseeventually replaced

trial by ordeal or combat

Q26 – Medieval Towns

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Mystery Play

A miracle play is a type of religious drama

in the Middle Ages based on

stories about saints.

Which typeof drama

Is based on stories from the bible?

Q27 – Medieval Towns

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England and France

Three key events led to the decline of feudalism.

* Political changes in England

* A terrible disease

* A series of long wars between

which two countries

Q28 – Decline of Feudalism

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Magna Carta

This GREAT CHARTER was an agreement between the church and the king of England. It became a foundation for the peoples rights and liberties.

Q29 – Decline of Feudalism

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Habeas corpus

Part of the Magna Carta stipulated that ‘no free man’

could be jailed except by the lawful judgment

of his peers or by the law of the land.

This principle is called this

Q30 – Decline of Feudalism

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trade

What was one human activity that contributed to the spread of the bubonic plague?

Q31 – Decline of Feudalism

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The Black Death

The plague got this name because of the

color of the blotches that appeared on the

skin of many victims.

Q32 – Decline of Feudalism

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longbow

The crossbow was a medieval weapon that was effective

only at short ranges.

At Crecy, the English army used this weapon to defeat

the crossbow of the larger French army.

Q33 – Decline of Feudalism

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Western and Eastern

The two columns in the chart below show the differences

between these two parts of the Roman Empire

Q34 – The Byzantine Empire

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Constantinople

This is the name of the Eastern capital

Of the Roman Empire?

Q35 – The Byzantine Empire

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Justinian I

This Byzantine Emperor, along with his wife

Theodora, was most famous for creating a

body of law that became the basis for

many legal codes in the western world.

Q36 – The Byzantine Empire

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schism

The eastern and western churches split

because of major disagreements

between emperors and popes.

A formal division (split) in a church

is called this.

Q37 – The Byzantine Empire

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Arabian Peninsula

Islam was first preached here, called

Al-Jazerra, or “the island.”

Q38 – The Rise of Islam

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Oases

  • The Arabian Peninsula has four main
  • environments:
  • Coastal Plains
  • Deserts
  • Mountains and
  • ??? – places in a desert where fresh water that has been trapped underground rises to the surface.

Q39 – The Rise of Islam

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Makkah (Mecca)

Muhammad’s birthplace

Q40 – The Prophet Muhammad

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Ka’ba

This cube-shaped shrine, said to have been built by

Abraham for God, remains the most

holy site in all of Islam.

Q41 – The Prophet Muhammad

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Gabriel

Muhammad was a trader, and

according to Islamic tradition, he was visited

by this angeland told to teach monotheism.

Q42 – The Prophet Muhammad

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Muslim

People that follow Islam are called this, which

means “those who surrender to God.”

Q43 – The Prophet Muhammad

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Qur’an

A record of the words of God spoken by Gabriel

To Muhammad can be found in this book.

Q44 – The Prophet Muhammad

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The first year in the Muslim calendar.

Facing persecution for spreading their belief, Muhammad and his followers left Makkah in 622 on a journey known as the hijrah.

Challenge: How is the hijrah similar to the birth of Jesus?

Q45 – The Prophet Muhammad

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caliphate

After Muhammad’s death, followers chose new

rulers called caliph’s. The “rightly guided”

caliphs were said to have followed the Qur’an

and the example of Muhammad.

This was the name of the new government.

Q46 – The Prophet Muhammad

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topography

After the first four caliphs, Islam split into two branches

over the question: Must a caliph be descended

from Muhammad?

The two groups were the __________ and the Shi’ah

Q47 – The Prophet Muhammad

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mosque

The house of worship for a muslim

Q48 – The Teachings of Islam

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book

Jews and Christians are considered to be

“People of the _______” by Muslims.

Q49 – The Teachings of Islam

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Sunnah

Two foundations of Islam are the Qur’an

and this, the example that Muhammad

set for Muslims during his lifetime.

It means “practice”

Q50 – The Teachings of Islam

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The Five Pillars of Faith

The most basic acts of worship

for Muslims are called this

Q51 – The Teachings of Islam

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Muhammad

The Shahadah is the profession of faith

by all Muslims. It has two parts:

“There is no god but god…” professing belief

in one all powerful god.

“…and this person is God’s messenger.”

Q52 – The Teachings of Islam

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Makkah (Mecca)

The second Pillar of Faith is daily ritual prayer.

According to Salat, Muslims must pray

five times a day in this direction.

Q53 – The Teachings of Islam

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Siyam

The third and fourth pillars are Zakat and Siyam. Which one is fasting from dusk to dawn during the month of Ramadan?

Q54 – The Teachings of Islam

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Hajj

The pilgrimage to the holy city of Makkah

is the fifth pillar of faith.?

During this, Muslims circle the Ka’ba

seven times, drink from

the ZamZam well, and climb Mount Arafat.

What is the pilgrimage called?

Q55 – The Teachings of Islam

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Jihad

In Islam, this word means a physical struggle

to overcome difficulties while striving to please God.

Q56 – The Teachings of Islam

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Shari’ah

This is the body of Islamic Law

based on the Qur’an and the Sunnah.

Q57 – The Teachings of Islam

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Zero

Muslims had a significant impact on mathematics.

This wordcomes from an Arabic word

meaning “something empty.”

Q58 – Contributions of Muslims to Civilization

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Chess

Although this game was probably invented

in India, Muslims adapted it and spread

it across Europe.

The goal is to checkmate the opponent’s king.

Q59 – Contributions of Muslims to Civilization

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Calligraphy

For Muslims, the highest form of

decorative art was this,

the art of beautiful handwriting.

Q60 – Contributions of Muslims to Civilization

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Palestine / Jerusalem / The Holy Land

The Crusades were called for by Pope Urban

because he feared Christians could no longer

safely travel here once it came under the

ruling power of the Seljuk Turks.

Q61 – CRUSADES

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Constantinople

The call for the crusades originated from the

Emperor of the Byzantine capital which is found here.

Q62 – CRUSADES

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Richard the Lionheart

The Third crusade is the most famous.

It featured Salah al-Din vs. this man,

the king of England.

Q63 – CRUSADES

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Reconquista

In an attempt to retake the Iberian Peninsula

from the Muslims, a series of wars called this

was launched. The word means reconquest.

Q64 – CRUSADES

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Jews

During the Crusades this group

was persecuted throughout Europe.

Q65 – CRUSADES

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Christians

A positive impact of the crusades on this group was that contact with eastern cultures let to new foods, clothing, and huge profits

for merchants from trading goods.

Q66 – CRUSADES

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Early Kingdoms

• Ghana

• Songhai

• Mali

This is a list of ofWest Africa

Q67 – West Africa

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Savanna

The geography of West Africa includes:

The Desert

Sahel

- tall grass land

and forest

Q68 – West Africa

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Iron Smelting

Which technology did the Nokpeople

adopt as early as 500 B.C.E.? This technology

caused the Nok to use an enormous amount

of charcoal to fuel the furnace.

Q69 – West Africa

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They carried out long distance trade

Archeologists found copper at Jenne-jeno.

The nearest copper mines are 600 miles away.

What does this

indicate about the people of Jenne-jeno?

Q70 – West Africa

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Ghana

Arab scholars describe this location as

a “land of gold” because it’s people

acquired great wealth serving as middle men

the trans-Saharan gold / salt trade.

Q71 – West Africa

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Royal inheritance was matrilineal (based on women’s family line)

Because of this reason, when the

king of Ghana died,

his son did not inherit the throne.

Q72 – West Africa

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Salt / Gold

Ghana was located between two areas

that wanted to trade.

The North traded their ______

for the ________ from the

southern forests of West Africa

Q73 – West Africa

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silent barter

Wangaran gold traders used this system

When trading because it allowed people who

Spoke different languages to trade

and it keep the location of their

gold mines a secret.

Q74 – West Africa

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caravan traders

Islam was first brought to West Africa

by this group.

Q75 – Islam in West Africa

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Mansa Musa

The hajj of this individual

caused people in West Africa

to adopt Islamic ideas. His pilgrimage was so

impressive that European mapmakers

produced maps with his empire, Mali,

prominently displayed.

Q76 – Islam in West Africa

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Timbuktu

The influence of Muslims, who

greatly value education,

made this cityon the Niger River,

a center for learning by building several

universities.

Q77 – Islam in West Africa

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Oral traditions

For centuries, the beliefs, values, and knowledge of West Africans were passed down from one generation to the next.

How was this done?

Q78 – Legacy of West Africa

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Griot

This individualwas responsible preserving

West Africa’s history and cultural legacy. He

memorized all the important events

that occurred in a village.

Q79 – Legacy of West Africa

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Slaves brought them

Traditional West African

folktales, stories that pass along the history of a people,

made it to the Americas this way?

Q80 – Legacy of West Africa

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call and response

The balafon, the ngoni, and the kora are all

traditional musical instruments in West Africa that may be played during this common style of music that featured a leader and a chorus repeating a pattern over and over.

Q81 – Legacy of West Africa

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Kente cloth

West Africans make this, the most famous West African textile by sewing narrow strips of silk or simple fabrics together. The colors and designs of this textile have symbolic meanings to the maker.

Q82 – Legacy of West Africa

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Mesoamerica

This word means “Middle America,” the

Region extending from modern-day Mexico through Central America

Q83 – The Maya

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Hieroglyphics / glyphs

The Maya adapted the writing system

of the Olmec to create their own system.

The Mayan system uses these to represent

sounds, words, and ideas

Q84 – The Maya

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Sacred Round

One important use of this Mayan item

was to determine when to plant crops.

It was called the tzolkin and

was based on 13 months of 20 days each.

Q85 – The Maya

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Slash and burn

Skillful Mayan farmers used various

agricultural techniques to overcome the

difficulty of maintaining a stable food supply.

In the mountains they used terraces.

In the lowlands they used platforms.

What technique did they use in the densely

forested areas?

Q86 – The Maya

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The population

The collapse of the Mayan civilization

is a great mystery of Mesoamerican history.

Scholars give possible reasons as:

* Uncontrolled warfare among city-states

* Crop failure

* Invaders from central Mexico

and

* This grew too fast for the

Mayan farming system.

Q87 – The Maya

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Valley of Mexico

The Aztecs are a Mesoamerican people

Who built a vast empire in the high valley of

this modern location.

Q88 – The Aztecs

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pay tribute

Unlike many other empire builders, the Aztecs did not start colonies. And although they expanded their empire through warfare and alliances, they did not force conquered people to adopt their ways.

They forced member of their

empire to do this instead ?

Q89 – The Aztecs

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Barter / trading one good for another

What was the usual way to buy and sell goods in an Aztec market?

Q90 – The Aztecs

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Aztec priests

This group within Aztec society did

the tasks listed below?

• studied the sky

• ran schools

• predicted the future

Q91 – The Aztecs

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Maize / corn

The Aztecs ate both homegrown foods

and foods that were imported from

distant places. The mainstay of the Aztec diet,

however, was this?

Q92 – The Aztecs

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Blood sacrifice / human sacrifice

The Aztec’s were called the “people of the sun”

because they saw the sun as a warrior who

fought each night against the forces

of darkness. The survival of the universe

depended on the sun winning these battles.

To keep the sun strong they did this

to offer him nourishment.

Q93 – The Aztecs

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Runners called chasquis relayed messages

The Inca Empire stretched about 2,500 miles

and it did not have a written language.

How did they get a message to the emperor

from farthest parts of the empire?

Q94 – The Incas

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Top - Emperor

The Inca society was based on a strictly

organized class structure.

Was the Sapa Inca at the top, middle, or

bottom of the Incan social ladder?

Q95 – The Incas

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An Incan clan (group of related families)

Family life in Incan society was based

on the ayllu. Everyone was born into an ayllu

and lived their entire lives within the

borders of its land.

What was the ayllu?

Q96 – The Incas

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Cuzco

Unlike the Aztecs, when Incas conquered

atribe they required them to adopt the ways

of the Incas.

Leaders and their sons were

brought here, the capital city of the Incas,

to study Inca laws and the official language.

Q97 – The Incas

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gold

What materialis described below?

The Inca covered almost every inch inside

their Temple of the Sun with it.

They also made masks, sculptures,

knives, and jewelry with it.

Q98 – Americas

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Maya and Aztecs

Which two empiresused both the 365 day

solar calendar for farming and the sacred

260 day calendar to predict events and

determine day for planting or going to war?

Q99 – Americas

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The Spanish

The Aztecs and the Incas built their empires

In the two centuries before this group

arrived in the 1500s?

Q100 – Americas