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Table of Contents Who were the Aztec? 4-5 Origins of the Aztec 6-7 Building an empire 8-9 The Aztec empire at its height 10-11 The tlatoani and his advisers 12-13 Commoners and calpolli 14-15 Soldiers and warfare 16-17 Merchants 18-19 Farmers 20-21 Aztec women 22-23 Slaves 24-25 Crime and punishment 26-27 Beliefs and gods 28-29 Ceremonies and human sacrifice 30-31 Temples and priests 32-33 The Aztec calendar 34-35 The great city of Tenochtitlan 36-37 Language and writing 38-39 Aztec art and crafts 40-41 Family life 42-43 Shelter and clothing 44-45 Food and drink 46-47 Children and education 48-49 Sports and festivals 50-51 Trade and transportation 52-53 Decline and danger 54-55 The fall of the Aztec empire 56-57 The Aztec legacy 58-59 Glossary 60-61 Additional resources 62-63 Index 64
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Aztecs -- Juvenile literature.