Ancient Aztec

Ancient Aztec

Archaeology Unlocks the Secrets of Mexico's Past

Book - 2007
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Archaeology reveals the rich history and complex culture of the Aztecs. Journey to the center of this elevated ancient civilization, to a huge oval basin 7,500 feet above sea level, in the Valley of Mexico. Study National Geographic maps and behold the vast range of this intriguing empire. Learn how modern archaeological methods and computer technology have helped to piece together patterns of conquest and colonization. Watch over the shoulders of archaeologists as they unearth clues about the history of the Aztec.

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Baker & Taylor
Presents illustrations of artworks and archeological remains along with current viewpoints on the ancient Aztec civilization, discussing aspects of their rise to power, their religious beliefs, and their military customs before their defeat by the Spaniards in 1521.

Baker
& Taylor

Describes the work of archaeologists who have uncovered the artifacts of ancient Aztecs of Mexico.
Authoritative texts that include interviews with experts, maps, useful time lines, glossaries, and more bring readers up to date on the latest findings of and current viewpoints on ancient civilizations from leading archaeologists.

Publisher: Washington, D.C. 200.3-4688 : National Geographic Society, c2007
Edition: National Geographic investigates
ISBN: 9781426300721
Characteristics: p. ; cm

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