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Sketches of Mexico in prehistoric, primitive, colonial, and modern times ...

by John Wesley Butler

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Published by Hunt & Eaton: Cincinnati, Cranston & Curts in New York .
Written in English


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LC ClassificationsF1226 .B96
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 316 p.
Number of Pages316
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24410580M
LC Control Number02004904

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CHAPTER 14 - ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS OF THE AMERICAS CHAPTER SUMMARY This chapter surveys the development of civilization in the Americas from prehistoric times to the arrival of European explorers in the fifteenth century C.E. The two most prominent centers of civilization in this region were Mesoamerica, in what is today Mexico and Central. Based on their enormously complex calendars that recorded cycles of many kinds, the Aztecs and other ancient Mesoamerican civilizations are generally believed to have had a cyclical, rather than linear, conception of time and history. This boldly revisionist book challenges that understanding.

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Lectures at Syracuse University on the Graves Foundation, New York: Hunt & Eaton; Cincinnati: Cranston & Curts, At the top was the white ruling class which made up 1 million out of the population by the end of the colonial period.

The top of this group were the Spanish from Spain (peninsulares), most of these returned to Spain. Below them were the Spanish born in Mexico the creoles (criollos).

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