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Just ancient time or is there a specific race or group of people to follow?
Just ancient time. I need differences about society and Cultural achievements and things that are the same @DarrenMadx
okay. I will see what I come up with
http://www.differencebetween.net/miscellaneous/difference-between-culture-and-society/ this site is better for you. it compares and contrast society and culture
I would give you an answer my self, if I didn't suck at ancient history
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@javalos01 can you help me or give some examples?
Of differences about society and Cultural achievements and things that are the same @javalos01
Can it be of ancient maya?
Just have to be Differences about ancient society and cultural achievements and things that are the same so I guess so. @happy_to_help
As a testimony to their achievements are the many splendid cities with towering temple pyramids, large palaces, courtyards, monuments and shrines that are found in the jungles of Guatemala, Belize, Honduras and southern Mexico. The Mayan civilization was not one unified empire, but rather a multitude of separate entities with a common cultural background. Similar to the Greeks, they were religiously and artistically a nation, but politically sovereign states. Mayan Society, Cultural Divisions Culturally the area is divided into three sections: the northern, central and southern regions. The earliest evidence of the Maya civilization is found in the southern region. At Izapa carvings depict gods that were the precursors of the Classic deities and at Kaminaljuyu glyphs on stelea foreshadow the Maya writing system. The area was clearly influenced by the Olmec. The central region includes the southern lowlands, from Tabasco in the Northwest to Belize and Guatemala's Motagua River region in the southeast. Here is where the Classic Maya flourished, along the Usumacinta River and throughout the Peten. The northern region, which encompasses the northern lowlands, was populated by the Maya in the Late Classic period, when influence from central Mexico created a hybrid Maya/Toltec culture, and was home to the Maya well into the Post-Classic period. Some info i found online.Hope it helps
I don't understand the similarties and diffrences.. :( that confused me..
Similarties are -both are religious rights -multitude of separate entities