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History of the Mesoamerica (In BC) Before Christ

  • 100

    First Mathematics inscription formed

    First Mathematics inscription formed
    The Maya independently develop the concept of place value in numbers, previously pioneered in Babylon
  • Period: 100 to 300

    Late Pre-classic period

    Population increase, emergence of regional centers by the end of the Late Formative. In the Maya area this period is marked by massive architecture decorated with giant stucco masks
  • 150

    The First official writing in Americas

    The First official writing in Americas
    The earliest inscriptions in an American script are those of the Zapotecs.
  • 300

    Monarchy Government formed

    Monarchy Government formed
    The Maya adopt the idea of a monarchy for their government. They are now ruled by kings.
  • Period: 300 to Oct 7, 900

    Middle Formative Period of Mesoamerica

    Increasing social inequalities, elite groups connected with wider distribution of luxury items, public architecture and stone monuments.
  • 400

    First Calender carved

    First Calender carved
    The first Mayan calendars are carved into stone.
  • Oct 8, 600

    City of Tikal formed

    City of Tikal formed
    This will be one of the major cities in the Maya civilization. It will reach its peak in power during the Classic period.
  • Period: Oct 6, 900 to

    The Preclassic Period

    complex social lifes forms. Population boom.
  • Oct 7, 900

    the Capital City changes in Olmec

    the Capital City changes in Olmec
    La Venta replaces San Lorenzo as the capital city and cultural centre of the Olmecs
  • Oct 7, 1000

    The Beginning of the Architecture in the Olmecs

    The Beginning of the Architecture in the Olmecs
    Massive stone heads carved by the Olmecs provide a dramatic beginning to the story of American sculpture.
  • Oct 8, 1000

    The First Pyramid Built

    The First Pyramid Built
    The Olmecs raise large clay platforms, probably with temples at the top, beginning the long American tradition of sacred pyramids.
  • Oct 7, 1200

    group of Villages in Olmecs areas form to a civilization

    group of Villages in Olmecs areas form to a civilization
    San Lorenzo develops as the first centre of America's earliest civilization, that of the Olmecs
  • Oct 7, 1500

    The Olmec civilization develops, the Maya will take on much of their culture.

    The Olmec civilization develops, the Maya will take on much of their culture.
    The Olmec is the first civilization in the Mesoamerica region
  • Beginning of the Pre-classic Era of Mesoamerica

    Beginning of the Pre-classic Era of Mesoamerica
    The beginning of the Pre-classic Era of Mesoamerica led to the population boom in varies villages. The population boom led to the distributions in specialized jobs. Pottery making begins and beginning of the Mesoamerican Architecture in the area of modern-day El Pinø. Trades began in the Oxcaca Village in the Zapotec Area. Political Organizations established to form an Ajawas or the "uniting of Villages"
  • Period: to

    Archiac period of Mesoamerica

    The Transitions of the Hunters-Gatherings life to Village life. That instead hunting for living they change to agriculturing, few migrations occurs during summer of winter. Most of the settlements are in the Yucatan peninsula. Minings are one of the earliest jobs that goes with farming. Used for early currency. Earliest source of minings are marine resources (Coxcatlán, Guilá Naquitz, Gheo Shih, Chantuto, Santa Marta cave, Pulltrouser Swamp).
  • Beginning of the Archaic Period

    Beginning of the Archaic Period
    By 4500 BC, Villages forms. And the End of the age of Paleo-indian period which also stops the Hunting and Gatherings. Form mostly in the Yucatan Peninsula where source of farming are from the sea and transfers in to a Fresh water river. One of the first village is in the modern-day city of Merida, Mexico. Mining reliance on marine resources (Coxcatlán, Guilá Naquitz, Gheo Shih, Chantuto, Santa Marta cave, Pulltrouser Swamp).
  • End of the Paleo-indians period

    End of the Paleo-indians period
    10000BC- 7500 BC- formation of the earliest migration in to the Americas, seperations and population scatter found oftenly. The earliest scatter would led to formations of the Olmecs, Iroquis and other minor americas tribe in this period, called the Paleo-indians period. Where hunting games occured in the Central America.
  • Period: to

    Paleo-indians period