Latin Americano Timeline

  • 198

    Mayan apocalypse

    Mayan apocalypse
    The Mayan apocalypse is supposedly "the end of the world." The "end" is supposed to be December 21, 2012. That's supposed be fake, because instead of predicting the date, they just decided to stop the continue of the "end of the world" calendar.
  • 200

    Maya DETAILS

    Maya DETAILS
    The Maya have existed for many a time, and as for the 1600 mark, it's actually part of 1600BC. That's when the first communities existed!!!
  • Period: 225 to

    Machu Picchu 21st curse...

    Machu Picchu has one of the most amazing sunrise experiences ever... the sun hangs like a pendulum (obviously doesn't move in this case, but you get the point...) directly over the pillars of Machu Picchu.
  • Period: 250 to Jan 1, 900

    1 of Latin America's most important civilizational periods

    The Maya civilization was thriving a lot from AD250 to AD900. As this title shows, the Maya civilization was one of the most important civilizations.
  • 400

    Mayan peak

    Mayan peak
    This was obviously, as the title states, the peak of the Maya civilization. Obviously, during their flourishment time.
  • 476

    BONUS!!! Not giving any clues out, but it's in ROME.

    BONUS!!! Not giving any clues out, but it's in ROME.
    Rome fell on this date (duh). Anyway, on the day of the fall of the Roman Empire, the Maya, as we know were probably doing something Mayan related, like fending off impending tribes or something.
  • Jan 1, 900

    Maya Life Changes

    Maya Life Changes
    The Maya way of life began to change at this point in time. Originally, the Maya built a lot of temples and pyramids, but now... that all stopped.The reasons were UNKNOWN...
  • Period: Jan 1, 900 to

    Maya still exist today?

    More than 6 million Maya people still exist today. They still live in Central America, but are very spread out. For all you know, next time you go to Mexico, you may come in contact with a...MAYAN PERSON...
  • Period: Jan 1, 1200 to Jan 1, 1521

    Aztec Might in all the land

    This period was a period during the rule of the Aztecs (My personal favorite Mesoamerican tribe).
  • Jan 1, 1300

    Aztecs discover the perfect land...

    Aztecs discover the perfect land...
    In this year, after the Aztecs had already conquered some other places, they found an area divided into 4 parts and claimed it as their own. It was a swampy area, to which they built Tenochtitlan.
  • Jan 1, 1325

    Tenochtitlan...

    Tenochtitlan...
    The Aztecs built their soon-2-be capital Tenochtitlan.
  • Period: Jan 1, 1400 to Jan 1, 1500

    Inca conquering in [southwestern] South America

    This is the main time of when the Inca ruled in South America.
  • Mar 21, 1450

    Machu Picchu 21st curse... PART 1

    Machu Picchu 21st curse... PART 1
    Every mid-day March 21st, the sun stands near directly above the pillars at Machu Picchu.
  • Sep 21, 1450

    Machu Picchu 21st curse... PART 2

    Machu Picchu 21st curse... PART 2
    Machu Picchu repeats its "sun directly above the pillars..." process once more until the next year.
  • Jan 1, 1500

    Cortes (and others) in Aztec Land

    Cortes (and others) in Aztec Land
    Spanish conquistador, Hernan Cortes, arrives in Tenochtitlan (now Mexico City), and discovers that the Aztecs have most of the riches ($$$$$$$$$$$$) in Mexico. Plus, the Aztecs, Maya, and other Mesoamerican tribes worshiped him as the serpent "God" that dispised warfare.
  • Period: Jan 1, 1500 to

    Transparent weapons

    The Europeans were the bringers of fatal diseases such as small pox, and the diseases affected the Native Americans and recent Natives of Latin America.
  • Jan 1, 1519

    Montezuma II has been captured!!! Aaaahhh!!!

    Montezuma II has been captured!!! Aaaahhh!!!
    Cortes, after tricking the notorious Aztec tribe, captures the great, Montezuma II, an emperor for the great civilization.
  • Jan 1, 1520

    Montezuma II, why'd you have to go like this??? Weep, sob...

    Montezuma II, why'd you have to go like this??? Weep, sob...
    After about a year of pure madness, Montezuma, after being captured, was held out in front of the public by two Spanish soldiers. When the Spanish attempted to "protect" Montezuma, he was stoned, suffering from injuries to the head, leg, and chest. After being treated a little, Montezuma promised that he was alright, but died soon after.
  • Jan 1, 1521

    Aztec power comes to an end

    Aztec power comes to an end
    The Spanish conquistadores and soldiers took care of Mexico by, first of all, manifestly taking it over. Second of all, they gave "Aztec Land" a new name. That name was "New Spain." But the Inca would find themselves in a similar situation a decade later...
  • Jan 1, 1531

    Touche... Aztecs, and now the Inca...

    Touche... Aztecs, and now the Inca...
    Spanish conquistador, Francisco Pizarro (much less famous than Hernan Cortes) defeats Incan master Atahualpa. Now, Mexico and much of South America have been claimed by the Spanish.