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AZTEC CULTURE : AN OVERVIEW

@inproceedings{Smith2006AZTECC,
  title={AZTEC CULTURE : AN OVERVIEW},
  author={Michael E. Smith},
  year={2006}
}
Aztec culture flourished in the highlands of central Mexico between the twelfth and sixteenth centuries, AD. As the last in a series of complex urban civilizations in Mesoamerica, the Aztecs adopted many traits and institutions from their predecessors such as the Maya and Teotihuacan. The Aztecs also devised many innovations, particularly in the realms of economics and politics. Aztec civilization was destroyed at its height by the invasion of Spanish conquerors under Hernando Cortés in 1519… Expand
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