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Aztec Empire

Test by Jordyn Garrett

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What was the Aztecs' most important god? Huitzilopochtli
What is a calpulli? A calpulli is a small village that citizens where divided into
What is an agrarian? someone who's life is mostly related to farming.
What is a sacrifice? an offering to gods, such as humans or animals
What valley did the Aztecs settle in? Valley of Mexico
What are chinampas? floating gardens in the middle of a lake
What is a basin? a bowl shaped area with lakes
What is the Triple Alliance the Aztecs with two other city states
Why did the Aztecs settled where they did? according to legend the chief god told them to
If commoners not farmers, what would they be? artisans or traders
What were their motives for war? tributes and capturing prisoners
Created by: jordyng1