Geographical Map of Mexico

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Geographical Map of Mexico
Geographical Map of
Mexico
The First Agrarian Civilizations
Corn Cultivated near
Puebla, Mexico about 5000 BC
Republic States
Aguascalientes --- 13
Baja California --- 1
Baja California Sur --- 2
Campeche --- 30
Coahuila --- 5
Colima --- 18
Chiapas --- 28
Chihuahua --- 4
Distrito Federal (Mexico City) --- 21
Durango --- 9
Estado de Mexico --- 20
Guanajuato --- 15
Guerrero --- 22
Hidalgo --- 17
Jalisco --- 14
Michoacan --- 19
Morelos --- 23
Nayarit --- 12
Nuevo Leon --- 6
Oaxaca --- 27
Puebla --- 25
Queretaro --- 16
Quintana Roo --- 32
San Luis Potosi --- 11
Sinaloa --- 8
Sonora --- 3
Tabasco --- 29
Tamaulipas --- 7
Tlaxcala --- 24
Veracruz --- 26
Yucatan --- 31
Zacatecas --- 10
Cultures of Ancient Mexico
Olmec Stone Head
Ruins at Tulum
Mayan Pyramid of Kukulcan
Mayan Temple of the Bearded
Man
Mayan Astronomical
Observatory
Glyphs of the 20 kin (days)
in a Maya uinal (month)
Scenes of the Trials of the
Hero Twins, Xbalanque and
Hunahpu
Temple of Teotihuacan
(200 BC-650 AD)
Tenochtitlan: Capital of Aztec
Empire
Chinampas or Irrigation canals
used by the Aztecs
Cross-section of a
chinampa
Aztec Society
• Calpulli-Clans or Wards
• Pipiltin-Nobility
– Educated, Studied Statecraft,
Writing, Religious rituals
• Macehualtin-Commoners
– Vocational education,
Farming
• Slaves
– No education, manual labor
Temples of Tenochtitlan
Aztec Writing
Rebus type pictograms
Aztec Warriors
Huitzilopochtli—Warrior God of
the Sun
Quetzalcoatl: The Feathered
Serpent returned from the East?
Aztec Human Sacrifice
Mexica Sacrifice
The Aztec Empire on the eve of
Conquest
The Alhambra
El Cid the Campeador
The Catholic Sovereigns:
Ferdinand and Isabella
Spain in the Late 15C
Cristoforo Columbo
Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor
(1500-1558)
Charles V’s Empire 1500-1556
Fernando Cortes (1485-1547)
Cortes and Malinche(Dona Marina)
Cortes and Moctezuma, Images
from the Florentine Codex
Spaniards dumping
Moctezuma’s body into Lake
Texcoco (Florentine Codex)
Siege of the Main Temple
The Escorial Palace: The
Gridiron
Mexico City Plan
Forms of Biological Life
Going From
:
Old World to
New World:
Smallpox
Measles
Chicken Pox
Malaria
Yellow Fever
Influenza
The Common
Cold
New World to
Old World:
Syphilis
Forms of Biological Life
Going From:
Old World to
New World:
Horses
Cattle
Pigs
Sheep
Goats
Chickens
New World to
Old World:
Turkeys
Llamas
Alpacas
Guinea Pigs
Old World to New:
Rice
Wheat
Barley
Oats
Coffee
Sugarcane
Bananas
Melons
Olives
Dandelions
Daisies
Clover
Ragweed
Kentucky Bluegrass
New World to Old:
Corn (Maize)
Potatoes (White &
Sweet Varieties)
Beans (Snap, Kidney,
& Lima Varieties)
Tobacco
Peanuts
Squash
Peppers
Tomatoes
Pumpkins
Pineapples
Cacao (Source of
Chocolate)
Chicle (Source of
Chewing Gum)
Papayas
Manioc (Tapioca)
Guavas
Avocados

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