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Jimboslice

  • 2 years ago

Quick medal, who created the olmec ?

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  1. zeinas.
    • 2 years ago
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    The Olmec were the first major civilization in Mexico, so they weren't created. Are you referring to a different Olmec?

  2. Jimboslice
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    No the ones in mexico.. I was given these questions with it. Who created the object? Where is the object located? When was the object created? What are the characteristics of the object? What purpose did the object serve?

  3. zeinas.
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    Then you are probably referring to the Olmec colossal heads. 1. The Olmec civilization is remembered as the creators of the stone heads. 2. I'm not sure, I'll check to make sure. 3. The date is not precisely known, but it estimated at the Early Preclassic (1500–1000 BC. 4. Olmec colossal heads have height from 1.47 to 3.4 metres (4.8 to 11 ft) and weigh between 2 and 20 tons. They depict mature men with flat noses and fleshy cheeks and the eyes tend to be slightly crossed. 5. The heads depicts rulers and proves the importance of the Olmec as a Mother Culture.

  4. Jimboslice
    • 2 years ago
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    haha thank you so much!

  5. zeinas.
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    No problem. Sorry I couldn't help with number 2

  6. Jimboslice
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    you where a big help anyways

  7. zeinas.
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    :)

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