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Geography Here you will find out about the Aztec capital Tenochtitlan. docs.google.com Geography and Settlements The Aztec capital Tenochtitlan was founded in 1345 by a tribe called the Mexicas. Tenochtitilán was located in the middle of a lake.The aztecs built dikes around the city to stop flooding because of its location. The Aztec officials were greatly respected. They li...
Religion On this tag you will learn about some of the Aztec's temples, and how they were used. docs.google.com OmnID Portal • Error
Culture Follow this link and you will find how the Aztecs spent their free time. docs.google.com OmnID Portal • Error
Culture On this tag you will find facts on the Aztec medicine. docs.google.com OmnID Portal • Error
Leaders Follow this link and you will learn about the Aztec emperors, and how they were treated. docs.google.com OmnID Portal • Error
Follow this link and see the vocabulary words I used in this project docs.google.com OmnID Portal • Error
On this tag I have cited all the sources I used for this project. docs.google.com OmnID Portal • Error
This is a picture of Aztec ceremonial knives used for human sacrifices, and the human sacrifices were held in the temples. 1. Aztec temples were the base of their religion. 2. One of their temples was called Malinaco, it was used for warfare purposes. 3. Aztec temples held 18 human sacrifices a year. 4. The Aztecs believed that the gods only took beating hearts so the priests would have to do it right. 5.The Aztecs also built a main temple called Temple Mayor. media3.school.eb.com
In this picture you will see in the background Tenochtitlan the Aztec capital. 1. The Aztec capital Tenochtitlan was located on an island in the middle of Lake Texcoco. 2.Each Aztec official was greatly respected, and they all got a large house surrounded by walls to prevent flooding. 3.The Aztecs were huge gardeners and they built over 1,000 island gardens called Campinas. 4.At the end of its time Tenochtitlan had 150,000 inhabitants. 5.Because of Tenochtitlan's location the Aztecs built several dyke to prevent flooding. media3.school.eb.com
In this picture you will see the sin ring which is what the ball players tried to get the ball through. data
On this tag you will see a picture of Temple Mayor the most important Aztec temple. www.crystalinks.com
Here you will see a portrait of the great Aztec king Montezuma. 1. The Aztec emperors were so respected that an ordinary person was not allowed to look at the emperors face. 2.The emperors were elected by a council of priests. 3. The emperors could have anything they desired. For example Montezuma II built himself a 500 room mansion. 4. Over the Aztec reign its civilization had 9 rulers. 5. Aztec emperors did not only have to rule they had to organize expeditions and attacks. www.hellomagazine.com
Science and Medicine On this tab you can read about the Aztec medicine and how they treated illnesses. docs.google.com OmnID Portal • Error
Here you will see the Aztec sun ring. The ring was used for the Aztec game Ulama. The sun ring would be the place where you would try to get the ball through. 1.Aztec sports were brutal, the trophy would be not dying. 2.Unlike the sport Baseball today the Aztec ballplayers propelled the ball with their hips. 3.The ballgame court was capital I shaped. 4.On the court there was a rack that held all the people who had died playing Ulama. 5.Not only did they have sports the Aztecs also had a board game called Patolli. data
In this picture it shows an Aztec doctor applying herbs to a sick child. Herbs were the base of Aztec medicine. 1. Aztec medicine was vital for their survival. 2.A lot of Aztec medicines were plant roots and herbs. 3.The Aztec people decided to put their sicknesses and deformities in art as a way of remembrance. 4.The Aztecs had a wide variety of medicines including snake skins. 5. The Aztecs' most common disease was malaria. radiofreethinker.files.wordpress.com
In this picture you will see the Aztec sun ring. 1.The Aztec ball game was called Ulama. 2.The ballgame court is capital i shaped. 3.Unlike baseball today the Aztecs propelled the ball with their hips. 4.The game had religous purposes to, like the ball would represent the moon and the ring would represent the sun, 5. Aztec games were fun but if you played them you would likely die. lh3.ggpht.com
This is a map of the Aztec civilization. docs.google.com OmnID Portal • Error
This is a Brain pop Video on the Aztec civilization. www.brainpop.com The Aztecs in their prime were not an empire you wanted to mess with! In this BrainPOP movie, Tim and Moby discuss this powerful Mesoamerican civilization. Explore the Aztec capital city of Tenochtitlan, built on an island in the middle of a lake. Learn about Aztec customs, from the fun (a ballgame called tlachtli) to the frightening (human sacrifice!). And witness the fall of the Aztec empire at the hands of a Spanish conquistador named Hernán Cortés.
This is a Brain pop Video about the Spanish coquistadords www.brainpop.com The Aztecs in their prime were not an empire you wanted to mess with! In this BrainPOP movie, Tim and Moby discuss this powerful Mesoamerican civilization. Explore the Aztec capital city of Tenochtitlan, built on an island in the middle of a lake. Learn about Aztec customs, from the fun (a ballgame called tlachtli) to the frightening (human sacrifice!). And witness the fall of the Aztec empire at the hands of a Spanish conquistador named Hernán Cortés.
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