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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Keywords

aztec warriors, Aztec, fighter, Aztec Empire, weapon, spear, shield, mace, ax, bow, soldier, armament, calendar stone, Middle Ages, clothing

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Questions

  • What was the most important means of transportation in Tenochtitlan?
  • Is it true that the Aztec Empire was at peace with its neighbors until the conquistadors’ arrival.

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  • ax

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