The Aztecs and Tenochtitlan on the Eve of Conquest

  • Traci Ardren
  • Published 2003


any large multicultural urban city. With a population of approximately 200,000, it covered an area slightly smaller than Classical Rome. Nearby suburbs throughout the central Valley of Mexico swelled the greater urban population to something close to twenty-five million. Everyone who lived in the valley was tied in some direct way to the machinations of the… (More)


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