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aztec word s.s

Aztec word S.S Derek Arbues

TermDefinition
margin Edge of something, such as area of land.
reign period during which someone is king or queen.
theft crime of stealing.
monarch king or queen.
unique unusually good.
classic considered important and high quality, with a value that lasts for a long time.
arid lacking of rain fall.
basin a bowl shaped area often with a lake at the bottom with it.
mercenaries soldiers for hire.
chinapas floating gardens.
nezahaulcoyotl he is a ruler of many city states.
moctezuma he was a great emperor of the Aztec Empire.
agrarian they spent most their lives farming.
tribute are goods paid as taxes by conquered peoples.
prime minister is a chief official appointed by the ruler of a country.
causeway is a raised road across a body of water.
shrine is a place of worship that is dedicated to a sacred object or person.
fine art are works that are created mainly to be admired.
orators are public speakes.
Created by: Dereka18