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“Even we who have seen these things with our own eyes, are yet so amazed as to be unable to comprehend their reality” Cortes in a letter to King Charles V. He was so overwhelmed by the grandeur of the great Aztec city that he was not sure how to best describe it to the ...

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It was a culture like no other in North America. Where other tribes were nomadic the Aztec built cities of thousands and suburbs with a large agriculture. They had beautiful gardens with plants from all over their world.Mexico was a city like no other: paved streets, stone buildings, and large pyramids with temples on top. It had a zoo and an aviary with many birds. It had tanks with both fresh and saltwater for fish. But it had no wagons and no beasts of burden.Montezuma had subjected most…

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Itzcóatl was the 1st Hueyi Tlatoani (Emperor) of the Aztec Empire and the 4th Tlatoani (King) of Tenochtitlan. Called "The Obsidian Snake", he became famous for never losing a battle. Their victories were with Nezahualcoyotl and Totoquilhuaztli in the Maxtla Insurrection, Conquest of Azcapotzalco and in the Campaigns of Mixcoac, Atlacohuayan, Huitzillopochco, Xochimilco, Teotihuacan, Otumba, Coyohuacan, Coyoacán, Mixquic, Tláhuac and Cuauhnáhuac. Itzcóatl died in 1440 at the age of 59.

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I know, I know, I said I would do the male Maya hairstyles next. But, I wanted to get this one done since I've been asked about the Aztecs a lot (they a... Aztec Warrior Hairstyles

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From the etymological perspective, the term Aztec is derived from Aztlan (or ‘Place of Whiteness’ in connotative meaning), the mythological place of origin for the Nahuatl-speaking culture. Now in spite of their fascinating achievements in the avenues of rich culture and sophisticated agricultural practices, our popular notions tend to

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