Antiquity[ edit ] The age of the site has been significantly refined over the last century. From toArthur Posnansky maintained that the site was 11,—17, years old   based on comparisons to geological eras and archaeoastronomy.
Digging for the Truth: Macchu Picchu Digging for the Truth: Lost City of the Inca. This is the data collection stage of the activity.
The detailed questioning is designed to ensure that students decode the visual and aural materials presented to them in the video. The video programs can be stopped at the end of each section.
This will allow students to share and discuss answers. Note the mystery s associated with Machu Picchu. Who were the rulers of Peru when Cuzco was its capital? Note details of the Inca Empire and its growth.
What is most extraordinary thing about the polygonal masonry of Inca walls? What event finished the Inca Empire? Where did the Inca regroup? Why was Hiram Bingham so determined to rediscover Vilcabamba?
Is there any point to the re-enactment of the bridging of the Urubamba River? Note details of the site. What did Bingham decide about the site? Note how the site has changed since the time of its discovery. What does modern scholarship suggest about Machu Picchu?
What evidence suggests this site was not a fortress or citadel? Note the final recent contrary evidence. Where was the stone to build the city found?
Note what Peter Frost suggest about Inca attitudes to stone.
What did Gary Ziegler discover at Llactapata? What is the connection between Machu Picchu and Llactapata? What is the Coricancha? What was its purpose? How are the Coricancha, Llactapata and Machu Picchu connected?
What does Willy Cock suggest about the economic significance of Machu Picchu? Note the Inca highway system. Where did Machu Picchu fit into this system? Note what we know about the bodies found at Machu Picchu. Who else lived at Machu Picchu?
Note the details of the Inca water supply to Machu Picchu. What evidence is there of royal presence at Machu Picchu? Why did the Spanish collect information about the Inca?
What does the Spanish chronicle at Cuzco reveal? Note what we know of the Inca king Pachacuti? Why were there legal proceedings concerning the land around Machu Picchu?
How did Machu Picchu disappear from history? Useful, interesting, challenging, books, sources and websites will provide materials to supplement and complement the History presented in the video program.Russia’s paradise lost belongs to Ukraine—and that’s where the trouble begins.
The Volcano Next Door Scientists descend to a fiery lava lake to protect a Congolese city in its path.
Assessment on Maya Civilization. Topics: Maya civilization Maya Civilization Essay Introduction Maya It is a "lost" civilization, whose secrets lie deep in the mysterious tropical forest. The style of Maya architecture and sculpture seems alien and bizarre. The breathtaking splendor of ornate cites, the beautifully constructed grand.
JSTOR is a digital library of academic journals, books, and primary sources. It is often referred to as the “Lost City” of the Inca civilization, and is considered one of the most important symbols of the Inca Empire, as it was able to somehow preserve some aspects of the historical civilization.
Well, that was unusual, and a little embarrassing. Yesterday afternoon (Pacific time) in his more than three-hour podcast, Joe Rogan hosted skeptic Michael Shermer, amateur geologist Randall Carlson, and journalist Graham Hancock, along with a pair of additional guests in the third hour, to debate Hancock’s claim that a comet destroyed an advanced civilization at the end of the last ice age.
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