The Aztecs

The Aztecs

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Bloodthirsty savages or a misunderstood people, the Aztec empire, Centered on their capital Tenochtitlan (modern-day Mexico City), ultimately subjugated dearly all the people of central Mexico during the fifteenth hand sixteenth centuries. The Aztecs Were renowned for their architecture, agriculture, jewelry, and textiles, and they developed a form of hieroglyphic writing as well as a complex calendar systems. This new introduction examines their history and culture, and concludes with their violent destruction by the Spanish in 1521.
Publisher: Loughborough, Eng. : Ladybird, 1978.
ISBN: 9780721405001
Characteristics: 51 p. :,col. ill. ;,18 cm.
Additional Contributors: Ayton, Robert


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