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Chapter 15, Lesson 4: The Tiwanakans and the Moche (pp. 412-415)

I. Adapting to the Land

II. Living and Working

    A. Tiwanakan society developed a class structure and complex trading network.

    B. The city of Tiwanaku was the center of both trade and religion.

    C. Moche laborers dug aqueducts and built great temples and pyramids.

    D. Clay figures and painted pottery reveal details about Moche civilization.

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