Teotihuacan (4th century)

Teotihuacan (4th century)

Majestic even in its ruins, this city was the largest and most populous settlement in the pre-Columbian Americas.

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  • On the territory of which present-day country is Teotihuacan located?
  • In honor of which god was a temple built in both Tenochtitlan and Teotihuacan?
  • What animals were not sacrificed by the inhabitants of Teotihuacan (according to archeological findings)?
  • What color is the tezontle rock that was used for building some of the structures in Teotihuacan?
  • In honor of which deity was the Pyramid of the Moon built?

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