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Zapotec Civilization. The Scribal Tradition of Zapotec Civilization. The Zapotecs followed a hieroglyphic system of writing. Ancient Zapotec elites in the Central Valleys of Oaxaca deployed writing to render many genealogical records. Many monuments in Monte Alban had such inscriptions on them. A large part of inscriptions occurred in domestic context of the elite
AB_CareyT_Ch9 Flashcards. AB_CareyT_Ch9. STUDY. PLAY. Archaeoloists founded many artifacts of Zapotec civilization. Thye founded artifacts, including Monte Alban, the calendar, a writing system and temples and pyramids. 3. How did the Zapotec influence later peoples? The Moche people were wealthy, advanced in agriculture, and advanced in arts. The Moche people
Ancient South American Culture. Moche, Andean civilization that flourished from the 1st to the 8th century ce on the northern coast of what is now Peru. The name is taken from the great site of Moche, in the river valley of the same name, which appears to have been the capital or chief city of the Moche peoples. Their settlements
Chapter 9 Assessment- Mr Greene Flashcards. chapter 9 assessment- mr greene study guide by amandad124 includes 22 questions covering vocabulary, terms and more. The moche took advantage of the rivers that flowed from the Andes, and built impressive irrigation systems to water the crops. why do you think the Olmec of Zapotec civilizations might have declined?
Zapotec Civilization. The Zapotec civilization (Be'ena'a "The People" c. 700 BC–1521 AD) was an indigenous pre-Columbian civilization that flourished in the Valley of Oaxaca in Mesoamerica. Archaeological evidence shows that their culture goes back at least 2,500 years.
Moche Culture. Moche history may be broadly divided into three periods – the emergence of the Moche culture in Early Moche (100–300 AD), its expansion and florescence during Middle Moche (300–600 AD), and the urban nucleation and subsequent collapse in Late Moche (500–750 AD). The Salinar culture reigned on the north coast of Peru in 200 BC–200 AD.