Bridget Soto 1st period Aztec & Inca (Inca engineering (, , , , , …
Bridget Soto 1st period Aztec & Inca
The Aztecs had two different kinds of calendars.
The other calendar was the Tonapohualli one .
The cool thing about theses calendars is that the calendars are not made out of paper,they are made up of stone.
One of the calendar name is the Xiuhpohualli
The calendar is a wheel calendar!
1,500,000 people spoke Nahuatl .
The Aztecs speak Nahuatl as there language .
The Nahuatl language was dominant in central Mexico by mid-1350s .
The Nahuatl language is a agglutinant language .
Maize was the staple grain of the Aztec empire .
The Aztec used coco beans to make a thick chocolate drink .
The Aztecs used beans as a diet .
The Aztec framed corn and beans .
Tenochtitlan was made in the center of a lake .
connected to mainland by causeways (earth bridges
The building had lots of beautiful buildings
Tenochtitlan was easy to defend emmies .
The Incas made it years ago and they shaped the stones of the buildings and they are still there the shaped stones are the same.
It was built because they planted there
Man usually wore a sleeveless tunic which was made of a broad piece.
Naturally more and warmer clothing was worn in the highlands than on the coast.
Woman wore a one-piece dress that combined skirt and blouse.
Clothing was an important aspect in Inca society you could tell a lot just looking at the clothing.
clothing was kind of a big or somewhat part of the Inca.
Inca art is best seen in highly polished metalwork.
Tapestries was a other different kind of art to .
Most of the art the Inca made was melted down.
Thicker denser clay was used for the larger ceremonial pots and plates and for the small art was a different clay.
Most cases the crown would be decorated with a feather.
Inca king and nobles wore ear rings.
Conquered people were not allowed to wear ear rings.
Gold was an important part of jewelry for Inca during those days.
They used gold and other stones in bangles.
Fall of Inca
fall of the Aztec