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Which ancient culture was known for making giant stone heads, and the first use of maize
Olmec
2500-900 B.C.
Which ancient culture was known for making octagon shaped mounds and the use of clay fire balls?
Poverty Point Mound Builders
1500-700 B.C.
Which ancient culture was known for making geometric burial mounds with items included for the afterlife?
Hopewell Mound Builders
100 B.C. - 600 A.D.
Which ancient culture was known for mounds shaped like animals?
Effigy Mound Builders
600- 1300 A.D.
Which ancient culture was known for cliff homes and basket basket making?
Anasazi 900-1100 A.D.
Which ancient North American culture was known for advanced lanuguage, arts, and astronomy?
Maya
1-1500 A.D.
Which ancient North American culture was known for living in polar regions and using ingenuity to survive with limited resources?
Inuite
1000A.D. to present
Which ancient North American culture was known for living in polar regions and creative use of limited resources?
Inuit