Many of the early societies in Mesoamerica varied in their complexities. In what is now the southwestern United States, the dry, hostile environment produced survival problems and the societies were not as complex as the ones in what is southeastern Mexico as one example. In the American southwest the so-called Desert tradition evolved. This included Southern California as well as the the latter area. The major solutions posed to survival itself precluded advanced development. A subsistence pattern developed. For archaeologists, there was one advantage for their explorations. Unlike the wet, humid areas of the Yucatan peninsula, the American southwest's dry climate preserved many artifacts from the Native Tribes civilizations.
How did Inca society differ from the Aztec and Maya societies in Mesoamerica? -Well that wasn't helpful
some early societies are the inca and the aztec.
incresaing complex societies have a lot of religious leaders
well the plant that the mesoamerica grow for food is maize,beans,and squash..
they were smart
The Olmec were the first civilization in Mesoamerica. They are most well-known today for their art, particularly the colossal heads.
a highly complex and stratified social system
The Incas arrived in Mesoamerica around the early 13th century. The empire lasted from 1438 until they were conquered by the Spanish in 1533.
The advent of farming.
the bridge of course
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The Aztecs had conquered their territories and forced them to pay tributes.
The first major city in Mesoamerica was Teotihuacan. It was the capital of an early kingdom that arose around 250 BC and collapsed about AD 800.
help them live
When they are digging on a site they can find items to show that the society that was there was complex and how they lived.
plants ,animals , and corn
how did early african societies envolve
They had complex societies.
The goal of many Utopian societies was to achieve perfection.
the environment allowed for easy domination of cultures
The agricultural societies have goddess-based religions, while the pastoral, herd-tending societies develop male-based religions. The mobile pastoral societies begin invading the sedentary agricultural societies.