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Mexico Report Mexico is a Latin country with very distinct qualities In this report I will cover the very basics of Mexicos history culture flag parties and food people government military transnational issues communications transportation and geography Mexico is very large with many different aspects There is a lot of history on Mexico I believe there is six key historical events The pre-Hispanic era was from 1200 BC through 1521 AD and five major native civilizations influenced Mexicos history but at different times Mexicos first established culture was the Olmecs They developed in the coastal states of Veracruz and Tabasco They also created an extremely advanced calendar that included the concept of zero Olmecs are believed to be around from 1200 BC until 200 BC The Mayans first appeared in 1200 BC Theyre known for their excellence in mathematics and astrology By 1400 AD the Mayans nearly disappeared leaving behind a ceremonial center and great ancient cities The third great group was the ZapotecMixtec The Zapotecs first appeared in the valley of Oaxaca around 900 BC They were great city builders created wonderful temples burial chambers metal work and pottery as well The Mixtec conquered the Zapotec and developed around Yagul and Mitla By the early 1400s AD the Mixtec became vassals of the Aztec empire From 950 through 1300 AD the Toltecs occupied the northern valley of Mexico They built one of Mexicos most impressive cities Tula The Toltecs were master craftsmen and greatly influenced both the Mayans and the Aztecs in later years The last of the five major native civilizations were the Aztecs They dominated Mexico for nearly two hundred years
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