aztecs

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aztecs

Cover blown

2020
"When Gabby and her family visit her uncle in Cobel, Mexico, she learns about her Aztec roots, and faces students from the wrestling school of her uncle's rival"--OCLC.

Aztec & Maya

an illustrated history
2019
A comprehensive guide to the history of Mexico and Central America, providing insights into the art and architecture, myths and legends, and everyday lives of the people.

Los Aztecas

Presents an overview of the ancient Aztecs, discussing their civilization, daily life, beliefs, and more.

Aztecs

Looks at the Aztecs, covering their language, innovation, mythology, and more. Includes audio, videos, activities, weblinks, slideshows, transparencies, maps, quizzes, and supplementary resources.

The Aztecs

new perspectives
2005

Exploring the Aztec Empire

"Examines the rise and fall of the Aztecs in Mesoamerica. Readers will come away with a comprehensive understanding of who the Aztecs were, how they built their empire, and what happened to their civilization." --.

Aztec

2016
"The origins of the Aztec are uncertain, but the peoples role in Mesoamerican history is not. As the dominant force in pre-Columbian Mexico, this tribe had a complex social, political, and religious society that helped it become one of the greatest civilizations of Central America. Readers learn the ... history of the Aztec people through text written to support elementary social studies curricula"--Amazon.com.

How STEM built the Aztec Empire

2020
"The archaeological evidence of Tenochtitlan isn't just impressive from a historical perspective, it is also remarkable from a STEM standpoint, too. After all, it reveals one . . . fact about the Aztecs: they were an . . . advanced civilization who utilized many science, math, technology, and engineering practices in the construction of their metropolis. This fact is made evident by the . . . structures, artwork, and artifacts that this long-lost people left behind deep underneath present-day Mexico City. Throughout this text, we'll be exploring some of the achievements of the Aztecs and how this people who lived some 500 years ago was able to use . . . STEM skills to build one of the grandest cities in the Americas--and the world--at that time"--Provided by publisher.

Aztecs vs. Spartans

Looks at Aztec warriors and Spartan warriors and which could win in a fight.

How STEM built the Aztec Empire

"The archaeological evidence of Tenochtitlan isn't just impressive from a historical perspective, it is also remarkable from a STEM standpoint, too. After all, it reveals one . . . fact about the Aztecs: they were an . . . advanced civilization who utilized many science, math, technology, and engineering practices in the construction of their metropolis. This fact is made evident by the . . . structures, artwork, and artifacts that this long-lost people left behind deep underneath present-day Mexico City. Throughout this text, we'll be exploring some of the achievements of the Aztecs and how this people who lived some 500 years ago was able to use . . . STEM skills to build one of the grandest cities in the Americas--and the world--at that time"--Provided by publisher.

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