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Ethnic and Language Diversity of Ancient Mesoamerica

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Jan. 26, 2014.

1. How did the ethnic and language diversity of ancient Mesoamerica contribute to the creativity and diffusion of culture and civilization?

The language between people through out the entire race is what makes things continuously developing towards something better and in ancient Mesoamerica is contributed much to their culture and how their civilization was and would continue to be from predecessors. From diverse people with ethnic culture you would see that the common language would always lead to be the one who was a bigger society and had more spread through out the geography land wise because when the language was in a more commonly used place it was because that society was more dominant than the others which at times be considered bad but at a certain point it would benefit many because when talking or ...

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