Aztec warriors (15th century)

Aztec warriors (15th century)

The fearsome looking Aztec warriors could not stop the Spanish conquistadors with their primitive weapons.



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  • On the territory of which present-day country was the Aztec Empire located?
  • On the territory of which present-day city was the Aztec capital located?
  • What did the Aztecs use to play their popular game?
  • What was the outcome of an ulama game for the captain of the losing team?
  • How was a 'goal' scored during an ulama game?
  • What was the name of\nthe Aztec capital?
  • What was the most important means of transport in Tenochtitlan?
  • What did the Aztecs think of the Spanish conquistadors when they first saw them?
  • What was the greatest military disadvantage of the Aztecs against the conquistadors?
  • Which plant did the Aztecs\nnot grow?
  • When did the golden age of the Aztec Empire take place?
  • Is it true that human sacrifices had a special role in the Aztec religion?
  • Is it true that the Aztec Empire was at peace with its neighbours until the conquistadors’ arrival?
  • Who were the conquistadors?
  • What was the main goal of the conquistadors?
  • Who defeated the Aztec Empire?
  • Which Aztec ruler fought against the Spanish conquistadors?
  • What was the name of the chief god in the Aztec religion?
  • What was the estimated population of Tenochtitlan in its golden age?


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