3. Food government gods classescorn monarchy Huitzilopochtli Gentry or pipilti nbeans hereditary Coatlicue common people (artisans ,comerciates, peasants)cacao council Tláloc slavesamaranth grain Quetzalcóatls
4. THE MAYASTHEY LIVED IN MESOAMERICA INPARTS OF COUNTRIES THAT ARE NOWGUATEMALA, SALVADOR, BELIZE ANDYUCATAN MEXICO.
5. IMPORTANT INFORMATION:FOOD : Based on corn (maize), avocado, cocoa beans, chilli pepers fruits from the trees, beef from turkeys and ducks.RELIGION: They had many gods, menay of these were responsible for forces of nature such as Chac, the rain god. They used to practice human sacrifices.BUILDINGS: Their houses were made of wood , stones and adobe (mud). The Mayans builded pyramids and temples of limestone, adobe, stuco and a wide variety of stonesACTIVITIES THEY Farming corn, tomatoes, chilli pepers. Raised dogs turkeysUSED TO DO: and another animals. They used to hunting wild animals.BUSINESS: Products like honey, cotton, cocoa beans, jade… by barterGOVERNMENT: The Maya`s cities was ruled by Priests (Kings) and noble families because the gods said it.
7. Religion Government Building Food SystemMost ceremonies The hopi tribal Each Hopi They raised cornrelate council was village is or maize as theto rain. Katsinas created with the independent, basic food. Theor kachinas, of hopi constitution with its own style Hopi Indianswhich there are approval and its of government. based religiousabout 350, are statutes on Style of crafts ceremonies onthe guarding December 19th, vary by village, the corn theyspirits that come 1936. but Kachina grew. They grewdown from their dolls (tithu) are 24 different kindsworld at winter made by all. Any of corn, but thesolstice, dolls that are blue and whiteremaining in the sold always have was the mostpeople until errors in them, common. Theysummer solstice. as the true tithu also grew beans, are not for sale. squash, melons, pumpkins, and fruit.