Where Are The Aztecs And Mayans From?

The Nahuatl-speaking Aztecs established their civilization in the central region of Mexico during the 14th and 16th centuries.Their dominion based on tribute grew to encompass all of Mesoamerica.As early as 2600 BC, the Maya people established their culture in southern Mexico and northern Central America, a vast region that encompasses the whole Yucatán Peninsula.They called
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Of all the ancient civilizations that once thrived in Mesoamerica, the Maya are undoubtedly the most well-known. Around 2600 B.C., they made their first appearance in the Yucatán region of what is now southern Mexico, Guatemala, northern Belize, and western Honduras. They grew to prominence around the year 250 A.D. in these areas. What is
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Tenochtitlan, the capital city of the Aztec empire, was established on the shores of Lake Texcoco. Why did the Aztecs built on a lake? Because no one else was interested in the territory, the Aztecs were free to establish a settlement there. At first, it wasn’t a great spot to construct a city there, but
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Around the year 1200 A.D., the Inca monarchy was established, and it remained in power all the way up to the arrival of Spanish conquistadors in South America at the end of the 16th century. Cuzco was the capital city of the Incan empire, and it was located in the Andes Mountains in what is
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In the days of the Aztec empire, Nahuatl was the official language. The terms for chili pepper, avocado, and chocolate all come to us via the Nahuatl language. In the modern day, it is considered to be a critically endangered indigenous language in Mexico.

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