Everyday life of the Aztecs, Incas & Maya

by Morris, Neil.

Format: Print Book 2003
Availability: Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy
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Green Tree Public Library Children's J History American Native Cultures Morris
Location  Green Tree Public Library
 
Collection  Children's
 
Call Number  J History American Native Cultures Morris
 
 
Summary
This exciting new series peels back the years to uncover a wealth of information about ancient civilizations from around the world. Touching upon fashion, warfare, architecture, government, and much more, "Uncovering History breathes life into the past. Transparent overlays add to the fun, letting readers make their own discoveries.
Contents
Mesoamerican origins
Maya agriculture
Maya society
Maya religion
A Mayan temple
Maya calendar and writing system
Daily life aamong the Mayas
Rise of the Aztecs
Daily life in an Aztec village
Aztec religion
Aztec life and rituals
Before the Incas
Inca burial
Inca religion
Inca roads and trade
Inca farmers
Life in the mountains
The Incan empire
The conquest of the Americas.

Additional Information
Series Uncovering history.
Subjects Mayas -- Juvenile literature.
Aztecs -- Juvenile literature.
Incas -- Juvenile literature.
Mayas.
Aztecs.
Incas.
Indians of Central America.
Indians of Mexico.
Indians of South America.
Publisher North Mankato, Minn. :Smart Apple Media,2003
Contributors Cappon, Manuela.
Della Porta, Luisa.
Ricciardi, Andrea.
Language English
Notes Originally published: Florence, Italy : McRae Books, c2003.
Includes index.
Description 46 pages : color illustrations, maps ; 31 cm.
ISBN 1583402535 (alk. paper)
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