EVIDENCE 1 - Time line Alberto Rojas Casillas - A01275686

  • 1200 BCE


    Is known as the mother of all cultures.
    This culture was located in the golf of Mexico.
  • Period: 1200 BCE to 400


  • 1000 BCE

    The Mayans

    The Mayans
    The Mayans are the civilization that ruled Mesoamerica for 18 centuries.
    They invented the only complete writing system in pre-Columbian America.
  • Period: 1000 BCE to 1527

    The Mayans

  • 800 BCE


    It is located in the southwestern end of the Basin of Mexico.
    Cuicuilco could be one of the oldest important cultures in the Valley of Mexico.
    Cuicuilco was destroyed by the eruption of the Xitle volcano.
  • Period: 800 BCE to 250


  • 500 BCE


    This culture is one of the oldest cultures in Mexico.
    This culture was located in the oxaca valley and the Isthmus of Tehuantepec.
    His most important city is Monte Alban.
  • 500 BCE


    The pre-Columbian civilizations of Mesoamerica used corn as their basic food, as well as the modern society of this same region.
    Currently the toponymy of Tlaxcala is derived from the Nahuatl: tlaxcalli tlán: place of tortilla.
  • Period: 500 BCE to 900


  • 100 BCE


    This name is used to refer to the people who lived in the city of Teotihuacan.
    The history of the people of this culture is unknown.
  • Period: 100 BCE to 650


  • 27 BCE

    Foundation of the roman empire

    Foundation of the roman empire
  • 1 CE

    Birth of Christ

    Birth of Christ
  • 476

    Fall of the Western Roman Empire

    Fall of the Western Roman Empire
  • 650


    They used to live in the Hidalgo valley.
    His most important city is Tula.
  • Period: 650 to 1168


  • 1325


    It was conformed by Texcoco, Tlacopan and Mexico-Tenochtitlan. They founded the city of Teotihuacan known as "The Venice of the new world" by the spanish conquerors.
    They were the most powerful city of Mesoamerica.
  • 1325

    Boturini Codex

    Boturini Codex
    It narrates the origin of the Mexicas.
    It was made in Amate paper.
  • 1325


    Pozole originated with the Aztecs and other indigenous tribes in Mesoamerica. Historical texts state that the pozole of the Natives was made with sacrificed human flesh.
    After the spanish the human flesh was replaced with pork.
  • Period: 1325 to 1521


  • 1453

    Fall of the Eastern Roman Empire

    Fall of the Eastern Roman Empire
  • Aug 13, 1521

    Fall of Tenochtitlan

    Fall of Tenochtitlan
  • 1526

    Lienzo de Quauhquechollan

    Lienzo de Quauhquechollan
    Contains information about the conquest of the manors located in present-day Guatemala.
  • 1562

    Borbonic Codex

    Borbonic Codex
    Its Made in amate paper.
    Its on the Chamber of Deputies of Paris.
  • Huamantla Codex

    Huamantla Codex
    It establish the history of the otomies in Huamantla.
  • Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz (1648-1695)

    Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz (1648-1695)
    She used to write with a complex vocabulary.
    To read her poetry you need a lot of context.
    She wrote "El primer sueño".
  • Mexican Independence

    Mexican Independence
  • Period: to

    Mexican Independence

  • Chiles en Nogada

    Chiles en Nogada
    There are many versions of the origins of the "Chiles en Nogada", the most popular says that they where created in 1821 by the Monjas Agustinas in Puebla, to celebrate the mexican independence day.
  • Mexican National Anthem

    Mexican National Anthem
    It was officially adopted in 1943.
    The letter was write by Francisco González Bocanegra.
    It was composed by Jaime Nunó.
  • Juventino Rosas (1868-1894)

    Juventino Rosas (1868-1894)
    He was a Mexican compositor.
    He used to compose polkas, waltzes, dances and marches.
    He's known by the Waltz "Sobre las olas".
  • Gerardo Murillo (1875-1964)

    Gerardo Murillo (1875-1964)
    He was known as "Dr. Atl".
    He used to paint volcanoes.
  • Manuel M. Ponce (1882-1948)

    Manuel M. Ponce (1882-1948)
    Manuel M. Ponce also known as "the father of mexican musical nationalism", he writted songs like "Estrellita" and Mexican Rapsody 1 and 2, he also won the national science and arts award.
  • María Grever (1885-1951)

    María Grever  (1885-1951)
    She was the first mexican woman in be an orchestra director, she had some songs that were popular like the song "Ruiseñor", but her most popular song was one called "Júrame".
  • David Alfaro Siqueiros (1896-1974)

    David Alfaro Siqueiros (1896-1974)
    He was communist.
    "Marcha de la humanidad" was his most important painting.
  • Rufino Tamayo (1899-1991)

    Rufino Tamayo (1899-1991)
    He was known by painting watermelons.
    Less political than other muralists.
  • María Izquierdo (1902-1955)

    María Izquierdo (1902-1955)
    She studied in "Bellas Artes".
    One of her teachers was Diego Rivera.
    One of the first women in be a muralist.
  • Remedios Varo (1908-1963)

    Remedios Varo (1908-1963)
    She used to paint a lot of bugs.
    Her paintings were surrealists.
  • Frida Kahlo (1910-1954)

    Frida Kahlo (1910-1954)
    Her life was very tragic.
    She married Diego Rivera.
  • Mexican Revolution

    Mexican Revolution
  • Period: to

    Mexican Revolution

  • Jorge Negrete (1911-1953)

    Jorge Negrete (1911-1953)
    Also known as "El Charro Cantor", he sang songs of the Mexican regional genre, he had songs like "Ay Jalisco no te rajes" and "Mexico lindo y querido".
  • Leonora Carrington (1914-1998)

    Leonora Carrington (1914-1998)
    Her paintings were surrealists.
    Her paintings used to have a lot of surrealism.
  • Octavio Paz (1914-1998)

    Octavio Paz (1914-1998)
    One of the most predominant Mexican poets.
    He wrote "El laberinto de la soledad".
    He won a nobel award.
  • World War I

    World War I
  • Period: to

    World War I

  • Pedro Infante (1917-1957)

    Pedro Infante (1917-1957)
    He was a singer and an actor in golden age of the mexican cinema, he had some songs that are still very famous in mexico like "Amorcito Corazon" and "Me canse de rogarte".
  • Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo House Studio Museum

    Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo House Studio Museum
    Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo lived here.
    There are two different houses separated by a bridge.
    The houses were designed by Juan O’Gorman.
  • Gabriel Siria Levario (1931-1966)

    Gabriel Siria Levario (1931-1966)
    Known as "Javier Solís", he was a singer and a mexican actor, he sang songs of the Mexican regional genre, he sang songs like "Esclavo y amo" and "En tu pelo".
  • The Palacio de Bellas Artes

    The Palacio de Bellas Artes
    It was inaugurated in 1934.
    It is located in the historic center of Mexico City.
    It's considered the most important in the manifestation of the arts in Mexico.
  • Creation of the INAH

    Creation of the INAH
  • World War II

    World War II
  • Period: to

    World War II

  • Vicente Fernández (1940-2021)

    Vicente Fernández (1940-2021)
    He was known as "El Charro de Huentitán".
    He won 2 Grammys and 8 Latinos Grammy.
    He has a star in Hollywood.
    He used to sing Regional Mexican.
  • Huapango by José Pablo Moncayo

    Huapango by José Pablo Moncayo
    It was composed by José Pablo Moncayo.
    It's considered the second Mexican anthem.
    It was composed from the reinterpretation of the traditional rhythms of the huapango.
  • Creation of The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization

    Creation of The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
  • Creation of the INBAL

    Creation of the INBAL
  • Centro urbano Presidente Alemán

    Centro urbano Presidente Alemán
    Built in 1947 and inagurated two years after.
    CUPA was promoted by the first Civilian President of Mexico, Mr. Miguel Alemán Valdés.
    Its located in Mexico , in the neighborhood of Colonia del Valle an area of the Benito Juárez delegation.
  • Luis Barragán House and Studio

    Luis Barragán House and Studio
    It is the only individual property in Latin America that is considered cultural heritage by UNESCO.
    It was designed by Luis Barragan.
    He lived here until his dead in 1988.
  • Juan Gabriel (1950-2016)

    Juan Gabriel (1950-2016)
    He was known as "El Divo de Juarez", "El Divo de America" and "El Ídolo de Multidudes".
    Is considered as one of the most successful singers of latin America.
  • Rectory Building of the National Autonomous University of Mexico

    Rectory Building of the National Autonomous University of Mexico
    This building is the administrative center of the National University
    It have three sculptural mural works made by David Alfaro Siqueiros.
  • UNAM Central Library

    UNAM Central Library
    It have a collage made of mosaic art.
    Juan O’Gorman made it.
  • Danzón N. 2

    Danzón N. 2
    It was composed by Arturo Márquez.
    The genre is orchestra.
    It's a mix between melancholic atmospheres and South American rhythms.