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Department
History
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HIST 122
Professor
Ariel Salzmann

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Week 7- Before and After 1492 23 October, 2012 In 1491, both the “Old” and “New” worlds possessed: -textiles- loom, dyes, cotton, clothing-mathematics -agriculture- irrigation -astronomy- lunar, solar stellar calendar counts, eclipse records -weapons and armor -kingship complex- divine mandate, throne, burial chamber -metallurgy (smelting, forging, etc) -social stratification, cities and merchant class -ceramics, paper -religion- afterworld, sacrifice -architecture- aqueduct, canal, walled city, arch pyramids, fired brick Tenochtitlan larger than any city in Spain, causeways, pontoons with food growing in middle of
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