The Aztecs

The Aztecs

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Baker & Taylor
Examines the history of these accomplished people through a review of the monuments and artifacts they left behind; exploring how their water-control projects worked, the purposes of their ceremonial centers, and the way they built their incredible ancient structures that still stand today.

Norton Pub
Richard Townsend gives the complete history of the Aztec civilization’s rise from humble nomads to empire builders.

Blackwell North Amer
Within a hundred years, the Aztecs established the largest empire in Mesoamerican history, and at Tenochtitlan built a vast, shimmering city in a lake, a Venice of the New World. The book ends with a dramatic narrative of the Spanish conquest, as seen from the Aztec viewpoint.

Publisher: London : Thames & Hudson, 2009
Edition: Third edition
ISBN: 9780500287910
0500287910
Branch Call Number: 972.018 TOWNS
Characteristics: 256 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm

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