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  • Machu Picchu
  • The Inca Empire/The Aztec Empire
  • The Great Amerind Empires
  • The Aztec Empire
  • An Aztec representation of the founding of Tenochtitlán in 1325 C.E.
  • FOUNDATION MAP 18.1 The Aztec Empire in 1519
  • Human sacrifice.
  • The Aztec goddess Coatlicue.
  • The Inca Empire
  • MAP 18.2 The Inca Empire, 1438–1525
  • A quipu.
  • Inca buildings in the former imperial capital of Cuzco. Stones were fit together with such precision that mortar was unnecessary.
  • Aztec and Inca on the Eve of Invasion
  • The Invasion and Conquest of Mexico
  • Dona Marina and Cortes.
  • A 1524 map of Tenochtitlán.
  • Spanish firepower.
  • Smallpox victims.
  • The Invasion and Conquest of Peru
  • Key Dates and Developments
  • Judge ch18 lecture

    1. 1. Connections: A World History Second Edition Chapter 18 The Aztec and Inca Empires, 1300–1550 Connections: A World History, Second Edition Edward H. Judge • John W. Langdon
    2. 2. Machu Picchu
    3. 3. The Inca Empire/The Aztec Empire
    4. 4. The Aztec and Inca Empires, 1300–1550A. The Great Amerind EmpiresB. The Aztec EmpireC. The Inca EmpireD. Aztec and Inca on the Eve of InvasionE. The Invasion and Conquest of MexicoF. The Invasion and Conquest of Peru
    5. 5. The Great Amerind Empires
    6. 6. The Great Amerind EmpiresA. Isolation and Development 1. Key factorsB. Maya, Aztec, and Inca Empires
    7. 7. The Aztec Empire
    8. 8. The Aztec EmpireA. Origins 1. Tenochtitlán: City in the Lake
    9. 9. An Aztec representation of the founding of Tenochtitlán in 1325 C.E.
    10. 10. The Aztec EmpireB. Advantages
    11. 11. FOUNDATION MAP 18.1 The Aztec Empire in 1519
    12. 12. The Aztec EmpireC. Exploitation and Human Sacrifice
    13. 13. Human sacrifice.
    14. 14. The Aztec EmpireD. Society and Culture 1. Social classes and gender roles 2. Law, health, and death in Aztec Mexico
    15. 15. The Aztec goddess Coatlicue.
    16. 16. The Inca Empire
    17. 17. The Inca EmpireA. A Unified Empire 1. Origins 2. Expansion
    18. 18. MAP 18.2 The IncaEmpire, 1438–1525
    19. 19. The Inca EmpireB. Society and Economy 1. Sapa Inca and the nobility 2. CommonersB. Adaptation to the Andes
    20. 20. A quipu.
    21. 21. Inca buildings in the former imperial capital of Cuzco.
    22. 22. The Inca EmpireD. Governance and Religion 1. Centralization 2. Inca religion
    23. 23. Aztec and Inca on the Eve of Invasion
    24. 24. Aztec and Inca on the Eve of InvasionA. Imperial PowerB. Youth and Isolation
    25. 25. The Invasion andConquest of Mexico
    26. 26. The Invasion and Conquest of MexicoA. Montezuma II 1. Policies 2. ThreatsB. The Arrival of the Spaniards 1. Spanish motives and Aztec legends
    27. 27. Dona Marina and Cortes.
    28. 28. A 1524 map of Tenochtitlán.
    29. 29. The Invasion and Conquest of MexicoC. Encounter Between Aztecs and Spaniards 1. Cortés and Montezuma
    30. 30. Spanish firepower.
    31. 31. The Invasion and Conquest of MexicoD. The End of the Aztec Empire 1. Smallpox 2. Cuauhtemoc
    32. 32. Smallpox victims.
    33. 33. The Invasion and Conquest of MexicoE. Reasons for Spanish Victory
    34. 34. The Invasion andConquest of Peru
    35. 35. The Invasion and Conquest of PeruA. Upheavals Among the Inca 1. Plague and civil warB. Encounter Between Inca and Spaniards 1. Biological warfare 2. Pizarro and AtahuallpaC. Cajamarca and the End of the Inca Empire 1. Confusion and deceitD. Reasons for Spanish Victory
    36. 36. Key Dates and Developments

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