La america precolombina / The Pre-colombian America (Biblioteca Basica De Historia / Basic History Library) (Spanish Edition)
La america precolombina / The Pre-colombian America (Biblioteca Basica De Historia / Basic History Library) (Spanish Edition) by Anaya Infantil at Cmc Schools. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Cuando las naves europeas tomaron contacto, en el siglo XV, con lo que luego se llamaría América, el continente era un hervidero de etnias y culturas, algunas de ellas muy sofisticadas desde el punto de vista social. Incas, aztecas y mayas son los más conocidos, pero no surgieron de la nada sino que fueron la culminación de.
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Cuando las naves europeas tomaron contacto, en el siglo XV, con lo que luego se llamaría América, el continente era un hervidero de etnias y culturas, algunas de ellas muy sofisticadas desde el punto de vista social. Incas, aztecas y mayas son los más conocidos, pero no surgieron de la nada sino que fueron la culminación de.
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Central & South America
Manuel Lucena Salmoral
0.25 x 7.5 x 5.5 inches
5.28 x 0.24 x 7.4 inches
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