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For centuries the highly advanced society of the Aztecs has fascinated history scholars. In this documentary exploring the origins, cultural aspects, and ultimate downfall of the once-mighty civilization, filmmakers not only offer a guided tour of the great temple of Tenochtitlan, but also speak with noted scholars to find out just how a band of over 1,000 Aztecs gathered to assemble a powerful nation in just under 400 years, only to fall to the Spanish in a matter of months.

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"Quetzalcoatl the Feathered Serpent Aztec God Patch, 3.25\" iron on. Story: The god Quetzalcoatl, is the Feathered Serpent or Precious Twin. He is the god intelligence and self-reflection, a patron of priests. Quetzalcoatl is a primordial god of creation, a giver of life. With his opposite Tezcatlipoca he created the world."

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Ornate Aztec Ring Inspired by the intricate details of Temples built by the Aztec Empire, known as the People of the Sun, this design features prized symbols set in an ornate ring. The facing Sun symbol represents the many Sun Gods in the Aztec belief system, and the Owl represents knowledge and the underworld. Known as a Mexican Biker Ring or Souvenir Ring, these rings were popular after the Mexican Civil War when the currency plummeted and the Peso was almost valueless. Jewelers melted the…

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Cuauht?moc, El Ocaso Del Imperio Azteca / Cuauhtemoc: The Demise Of The Aztec Em Pire (Tlatoque) (Spanish Edition) | Author: Sof?a Guadarrama Collado | Publisher: Ediciones B | Publication Date: Feb 22, 2022 | Number of Pages: 376 pages | Language: Spanish | Binding: Paperback | ISBN-10: 6073809115 | ISBN-13: 9786073809115

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Customs, traditions, and activities of daily life in ancient Mexico—revealed in 41 authentically detailed drawings. This education coloring book features dramatic scenes of mysterious religious rites, warriors in battle, depictions of Mayan sculptors at work, astronomers taking sightings, an Aztec wedding, panoramic views of cities, and much more accompanied by descriptive captions. Learn about pre-Columbian cultures with the Life in Ancient Mexico coloring book. Be sure to check out the…

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