Location: Mesoamerica, South America
Length: 27 min
Part 1: Play with Windows Media Player: 300k or 700k
Part 2: Play with Windows Media Player: 300k or 700k
Part 3: Play with Windows Media Player: 300k or 700k
Three outstanding civilizations represent the last phases of pre-Conquest urban culture in the New World: the Maya, the Aztecs, and the Incas. Representing longstanding traditions of complex society in Mesoamerica (Mexico and northwestern Central America) and the Andean region of South America, these cultures reached high levels of urban sophistication in the centuries before the arrival of Spanish armies. This richly illustrated and authoritatively narrated video is presented here in three parts, each introducing one of these three civilizations.
Produced by George H. Russell
Copyright 1996 by Educational Video Network, Inc.
- Maya Adventure (Science Museum of Minnesota)
- Mystery of the Maya (Canadian Museum of Civilization)
- Aztecs-Facts and Summary (History Channel Video)
- Aztec History (Aztec-History.com)
- Cultures of the Andes (Todos los Derechos Reservados)
- The Inca Empire of Tawantinsuyu (Norman Pratt)
- Inca Culture (National Geographic)