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By John P. McKay, Bennett D. Hill, John Buckler, Patricia Buckley Ebrey, Roger B. Beck, Clare Haru Crowston, Merry E. Wiesner-Hanks, Jerry Davila

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1500 C . E .  CHAPTER 11 t The Americas Mexico. Other groups, including the Anasazi (ah-nahSAH-zee), the Yuma, and later the Pueblo and Hopi, also built settlements in this area using large sandstone blocks and masonry to construct thick-walled houses that offered protection from the heat. Mesa Verde, the largest Anasazi town, had a population of about twenty-five hundred living in houses built into and on cliff walls. Roads connected Mesa Verde to other Anasazi towns, allowing timber and other construction materials to be brought in more easily.

Another source of stress came from revolts among subject peoples in conquered territories. Even the system of roads and messagecarrying runners couldn’t keep up with the administrative needs of the empire. The average runner could cover about 175 miles per day — a remarkable feat of physical endurance, especially at a high altitude — but the larger the empire became, the greater the distances to be covered grew. The round trip from the capital at Cuzco to Quito in Ecuador, for example, took from ten to twelve days, so an emperor might have to base urgent decisions on incomplete or out-of-date information.

On its top stood a large building, used perhaps as a temple. Cahokia engaged in long-distance trade reaching far across North America and became a highly stratified society. Mississippian mound builders relied on agriculture to support their complex cultures, and by the time Cahokia was built, maize agriculture had spread to the Atlantic coast. E. The culture existed as a series of city-states and was distinguished by an extraordinarily rich and diverse pottery industry. t Inca The name of the dynasty of rulers who built a large empire across the Andes that was at its peak around .

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