Table of contents for The Aztec.

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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

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Aztecs -- Juvenile literature.