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Two Aztec kings, Moctezuma of Tenochtitlan and Nezahualpilli of Texcoco.  http://www.mexicolore.co.uk/images-5/588_02_2.jpg

Two Aztec kings, Moctezuma of Tenochtitlan and Nezahualpilli of Texcoco. http://www.mexicolore.co.uk/images-5/588_02_2.jpg

Mexican Aztec Art | Mexico: Aztec Sacrifice Photograph - Mexico: Aztec Sacrifice Fine Art ...

Mexican Aztec Art | Mexico: Aztec Sacrifice Photograph - Mexico: Aztec Sacrifice Fine Art ...

The Calpulli became residential sources of power, instead of just governors. They maintained temples and schools, as well as organized military. Nobility were one step up though, and they controlled the military and priesthood.

Calpulli

The Calpulli became residential sources of power, instead of just governors. They maintained temples and schools, as well as organized military. Nobility were one step up though, and they controlled the military and priesthood.

IIlustration of Aztec Emperor Axayacatl witnessing a human sacrifice in Tenochtitlan in the 1400s.

IIlustration of Aztec Emperor Axayacatl witnessing a human sacrifice in Tenochtitlan in the 1400s.

Tongue piercing blood sacrifice drawing in the Aztec pictorial manuscript later known as the Codex Telleriano-Remensis.   It is considered one of the most beautiful and informative remaining works by the Aztecs. As with similar works, it is likely that early Colonial Spaniards commissioned native artists to copy and preserve original pictorial manuscripts which were then identified and annotated in Spanish.

Tongue piercing blood sacrifice drawing in the Aztec pictorial manuscript later known as the Codex Telleriano-Remensis. It is considered one of the most beautiful and informative remaining works by the Aztecs. As with similar works, it is likely that early Colonial Spaniards commissioned native artists to copy and preserve original pictorial manuscripts which were then identified and annotated in Spanish.

Telleranio-Remensis - Ahuitzotl's death bundle

Telleranio-Remensis - Ahuitzotl's death bundle

Often the term "Aztec" refers exclusively to the Mexica people of Tenochtitlan (now the location of Mexico City)The Aztecs founded Tenochtitlan in 1325, an aztec city-state and it became the capital of the expanding Mexica Empire in the 15th century, In the city they had a very complex social class involving many social classes. The ruins are now the center of mexico city.

Often the term "Aztec" refers exclusively to the Mexica people of Tenochtitlan (now the location of Mexico City)The Aztecs founded Tenochtitlan in 1325, an aztec city-state and it became the capital of the expanding Mexica Empire in the 15th century, In the city they had a very complex social class involving many social classes. The ruins are now the center of mexico city.

| Itzcóatl, the Fourth Aztec King (Reigned 1427–40) - World Digital ...

| Itzcóatl, the Fourth Aztec King (Reigned 1427–40) - World Digital ...

Not sure if I want to use this. But I should give a nod to the creation.

Not sure if I want to use this. But I should give a nod to the creation.

For Tenochtitlan, relation of a graphic novel: The Aztec Warrior, Sketches / Guerreros Aztecas, B... #aztecs, #aztecwarriors, #ComicBook, #ConquestOfMexico, #conquistadores, #mexicotenochtitlan, eagle warrior, jaguar warrior, macahuitl, matricula de tributos, tilmatli, tlahuiztli

For Tenochtitlan, relation of a graphic novel: The Aztec Warrior, Sketches / Guerreros Aztecas, B... #aztecs, #aztecwarriors, #ComicBook, #ConquestOfMexico, #conquistadores, #mexicotenochtitlan, eagle warrior, jaguar warrior, macahuitl, matricula de tributos, tilmatli, tlahuiztli