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Aztec vocab

Aztec vocabulary Jose Villegas

Margin Used for farming of an edge
Reign The empire height or the city
theft crime of stealing
monarch king or queen
unique unusually good and special
classic considered important and of high quality with high value that lasts for a long time
arid lacking in rainfall
basin bowl shaped area often with a lake at the bottom of it
mercenaries soldiers for hire
chinampas floating gardens
nezahualcoyotl warrior poet
moctezuma empire reaching its height
agrarian people most of their lives were related to farming
tribute goods paid as taxes by conquered people
prime minister the chief official appointed by the ruler of a country
causeway is a raised road across body of water
shrine is a place of worship that is dedicated to a scared object or person
fine art or works that are created mainly to be admired
orators or public speakers
Created by: josev1