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Spanish
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Aztecs, Mayans, 1500-1800s
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  1. El esclavo
    Slave
  2. El indigena
    Native person
  3. La esclavitud
    Slavery
  4. La reina
    Queen
  5. El padre de la iglesia
    Father in the Church
  6. La iglesia catholica
    The Catholic Chruch
  7. Convertir
    To convert
  8. Liberar
    To liberate, to free
  9. La libertad
    Freedom
  10. Why are there African Latinos in Latin America?
    Because they were brought over from the slave trade
  11. What happened to the native people from Centroamerica who refused to convert to the Catholic faith in 1493?
    They were forced into slavery
  12. Who said the the Native people shouldn't be slaves in 1500?
    Isabea, la reina de Espana (the queen of Spain)
  13. What did Hernan Cortes do?
    He didn't listen to the Queen and had the natives as slaves anyway.
  14. What happened to the natives in the land that the Spanish claimed for themselves?
    They became slaves
  15. Bartolome de las Casas (of the houses)
    • Father of the church
    • 1502 wanted to free the slaves in the dominicana Republica
    • 1552 wrote the book "La destruccion en el Caribe" or The destruction in the Caribean.
  16. How many people were enslaved between 1650 and 1860?
    10 to 15 million enslaved people were transported from western Africa to the Americas. Most were shipped to the west Indies, Central America and South America
  17. Slavery in the Caribean
    • 1492, 1496, 1498: First contact with the Europeans
    • The native population: got lots of illnesses, lots of them died
    • The Spainards bring Africans:
    • -1496 with Christopher Columbus
    • -1496- 1838 in the Americas
    • -1503 in the Dominician Republic
    • -1789-1866 in Cuba
  18. Cana
    Sugar cane
  19. Cafe
    Coffee
  20. Cacao
    Cocoa beans
  21. Algodon
    Cotten
  22. The abolition of slavery
    • In Mexico: 1829
    • In Caribean: 1838
    • In Cuba: 1866
    • In North of USA: 1804
    • In South of USA: 1865
  23. El lago
    Lake
  24. El emperador
    Emperor
  25. El lider
    Leader
  26. Fue matado por
    Was killed by
  27. Llegaron
    Arrived, got to
  28. Constuyeron
    They built
  29. El dios/ los dioses
    god(s)
  30. El sacrificio
    Sacrifice
  31. Necesario
    Necessary
  32. El universo
    Universe
  33. Aztec ledgend
    An eagle eating a snake on a cactus over a lake
  34. Tenochtitla'n
    Aztec city built on Lake Texcoco. In 1519 had a population of 200, 000.
  35. 1100
    Aztecs left homeland in search of new home
  36. 1195
    Aztecs arrived in valley of Mexico
  37. 1250
    Aztecs settled near Lake Texcoco
  38. 1325
    Tenochtitlan was founded. First temple built by Aztecs
  39. 1400
    • Tepanecs were defeated
    • Aztecs expand and rule whole valley
  40. 1428
    Aztecs joined forces with Texcoco& Tlacopan formed triple alliance
  41. 1452
    Tenochtitlan destroyed by inundations
  42. 1458
    Moctezuma sent armies to conquer islands
  43. 1469
    Moctezuma I. died
  44. 1486
    Ahuizotu became ruler
  45. 1487
    Great temple at Tenochtitlan dedicated. Aztecs expanded soutward into Mayan terrirtoies
  46. 1502
    Moctzuma II became ruler. Aztec empire at height
  47. 1519
    Cortez come to Mexico. Moctezuma killed
  48. 1520
    Cuitlahuac elected ruler
  49. 1521
    Tenochtilan destroyed
  50. 1522
    Tenochtitlan rebuilt, named Mexico City. Declared capital of Spanish colony of New Spain.
  51. Cronological order
    • 1100
    • 1195
    • 1250
    • 1325
    • 1400
    • 1428
    • 1440
    • 1452
    • 1458
    • 1469
    • 1486
    • 1487
    • 1502
    • 1519
    • 1520
    • 1521
    • 1522
  52. Sacrifices
    The Aztecs thought that sacrifice was necessisary
  53. Aztecs were famous for
    Sacrifices, gods, calendar, temples and pyriamids.
  54. Famous Aztec sites
    Cholula and Teotihuacan

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