Aztec culture is the culture of the people referred to as Aztecs, but since all ethnic groups of central Mexico in the postclassic period shared most basic cultural ...
Mexica is the proper term that should be used to: 1) define the people who left Aztlan and founded, in AD 1325, the two settlements of Tenonchtitlan and Tlatelolco in ...
The Mexica were a Nahua people who founded their two cities Tenochtitlan and Tlatelolco on raised islets in Lake Texcoco around AD 1200. After the rise of the Aztec ...
The Aztecs / Mexicas were the Indigenous people who dominated northern Mexico at the time of the Spanish conquest led by Hernan CORTES in the early 16th century.
Feathered headdress, Aztec, reproduction (National Anthropology Museum, Mexico City) Original: Feathered headdress, Mexico, Aztec, early 16th century, quetzal ...
Welcome to The Azteca Web Page! The Azteca Web page contains information accumulated especially for Mexicans, Chicanos, and/or Mexican-Americans.
Aztec (Mexica) Valley of Mexico, Mexico Ear Ornament or Spindle Whorl with Modeled Design, A.D. 1450/1521. Add to my collection. Aztec (Mexica) Valley of Mexico, Mexico
Explore Bill Spencer's board "Aztec (Mexica)" on Pinterest, a visual bookmarking tool that helps you discover and save creative ideas | See more about Aztec, Mexico ...
Houston Institute for Culture, Traditions of Mexico, The Aztec Empire
Coatlicue, c. 1500, Mexica (Aztec), found on the SE edge of the Plaza mayor/Zocalo in Mexico City, basalt, 257 cm high (National Museum of Anthropology, Mexico City ...