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Mesoamerica and the olmec Early Andean Chiefdoms and the Early Andean Chiefdoms and the Chavin civilization Ancestral Polynesians And The Settlement Of Oceania Native American Artwork
100
Where did Mesoamerican societies locate?
Tropical lowlands inland from the Gulf of Mexico
100
What did successful civilizations depend on?
Cooperation and trade among ethnic groups
100
What are the inspectors of today's Polynesians, Indonesians, and Malaysians?
Austronesians(southern peoples)
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In the Andes, this art form predated ceramics by thousands of years.
cloth-weaving
200
What was the Olmec's regional ascendancy based on?
Religious practices
200
Where did some fishing groups moved to when the climate became drier?
East, along the oases of mountain-fed rivers that drain into the Pacific Ocean
200
About when did the first stage of expansion begin?
4000 B.C.E
200
This type of art is believed to have been an early tradition among Austronesian cultures
tattooing
300
Surviving sculptures indicate the Olmec created a theocratic society ruled by?
A hereditary king or high priest ruler and a small elite group of priests of the official religion
300
What were held in great importance in the Andean society?
Peruvian textiles and fibers
300
The ancestral Austronesians were...(specified in book)?
Accomplished Neolithic farmers and skilled shellfish gatherers and fishermen
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Standing up to nine feet high and weighing nearly twelve tons, these well-known Olmec-made basalt statues are in the shape of what?
heads
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What animal did elites dress up as to show powerful connections with divine forces(specified in book)?
Jaguars
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Why was weaving so important in the Andean society?
It was a labor of devotion, a gift of gratitude to the gods, the ancestors, and the leaders
400
Where did the Lapita migrations bring the Austronesians to?
The edge of the Remote Oceania
400
Unlike other Woodland civilizations, one defining trait of Adena pottery was
plainness
500
What happened to the Olmec culture and by whom were they replaced by in 600-500 B.C.E?
The importance of their culture began to decline and they were replaced by the neighbouring Mayas
500
What are some possible reasons for ChavĂ­n's collapse?
Overpopulation, increased social stratification, and rising militarism in the region
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The western peoples of Austronesian seafarers sailed across what ocean to where(specified in book)?
Across the Indian Ocean to Madagascar
500
This animal was a major inspiration for Olmec art and architecture
jaguar




Chapter six: The settlement of the Americas and the Pacific

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