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Corn and the Origins of Settled Life in Meso-America 4.0 from 0 reviews
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A program about the beginnings of civilization in the Western hemisphere more than 10,000 years ago, which focuses on the development of agriculture, enabling people to give up a purely nomadic existence. Shown is the process of discovery of the evidence of the first domestication of corn in the Tehuacan Valley of Mexico.

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Available on Running time 40 minutes.

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Genres
History--Ancient, Archaeology
Producer
Education Development Center

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