eBook Aztec Life (The Life of Early Civilization Series) download
by John D. Clare
Author: John D. Clare
Publisher: Saddleback Pub (August 1, 2006)
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Describes the weapons, religion, architecture, medicine, and daily life of the Aztecs, and discusses the . Series: Early Civilizations Series.
Describes the weapons, religion, architecture, medicine, and daily life of the Aztecs, and discusses the modern practices of the Nahua. ISBN-13: 978-0764110832. Product Dimensions: . x . inches.
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Books in Ticktock's Early Civilizations series tell the stories of cultures around the world - how they came into existence, their achievements, their leaders, the disasters they endured, their military exploits, their religions, Barron's Ticktock books feature handsome full-color magazine-style layouts that present fascinating information on a wide variety of subjects. Aztec Life (Life of Early Civilization).
Brought to life in text and illustrations is the vast and highly sophisticated pre-Columbian civilization that radiated from what is now Mexico City. Select Format: Paperback.
The Life of Early Civilization Series. Describes life and culture of the Aztec Indians who lived in Mexico before the Spanish conquistadors arrived. By (author) John D Clare.
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Includes over 20 pictures of Aztec art, ruins, and more. Describes daily life for the Aztecs, including their infamous human sacrifice rituals. Includes a Table of Contents for 7 chapters on different aspects of the Aztec Empire and culture.
Includes over 20 pictures of Aztec art, ruins, and more. From the moment Spanish conquistador Hernan Cortes first found and confronted them, the Aztecs have fascinated the world, and they continue to hold a unique place both culturally and in pop culture.
By absorption of other cultural elements and by conquest the Aztec achieved a composite civilization, based on the heritage of Toltec and Mixteca-Puebla. They attained a high degree of development in engineering, architecture, art, mathematics, and astronomy. The Aztec calendar utilized a 260-day year and a 52-year time cycle.
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