Life Of The Aztecs
By Ilya and Colton.
Ilya H. Presentation
Archeologist
Aztec city
ruins
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The Aztecs farmland called Chinampa
The Aztecs planted many different kinds of plants on
Chinampa
The average plants that were planted on Chinampa were
corn, tomatoes, potatoes, chili, pepper and squash
Aztec culture and daily life.
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The Aztecs are very famous for their
sacrifices
Usually a slave was sacrificed
His dead body would be elaborately
dressed and would be the center
ornament of the banquet
Cannibalism was not a daily
occurrence in Aztec life
But cannibalism was common on
special religions and occasions
Aztecs had sacrifices to honor their
gods
Twenty to fifty thousand people were
sacrificed each year.
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The Aztecs were very
religious
Aztecs believed that their
gods caused the sun to
rise, rain to fall, crops to
grow and fire to burn
They worship their gods by
sacrificing slaves in their
gods names
Feathered serpent
(Quetzalcoatl)
This is the wind god and the
god for knowledge.
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Smoking mirror is Aztec God of
of the night sky.
We was thought to control their
fate.
Tlaloc is Aztec rain god, he also
control storms, thunder and
lighting.
Now Colton B. will
present.
Mathematician
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The Aztecs data as presented above the show.
The name and number of the year is xiupohuall language.
The name of the 13 day week and the name and number
of the day.
• There is a Aztec calender that is
Spanish.
• It’s what data is all about.
Calendar
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Year bearer sign Calli
 As a year bearer,Calli
(house) is the sign of
day in the tonalpohualli
that gives its name to
this xihuitl (year).
Calendar
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Year bearer sign
tochtli.
 As a year bearer,tochtli
(rabbit) is the sign of
day in the tonalpohualli
that gives its name to
this xihuit (name).
Bibliography
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Thayer Watkins. "The history of the Aztecs." Economics
Department. . San Jose state unevrsity. 03.31.06 <http://www2.s
jsu.eud/faculty/watkins/aztecs.htm>.
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Think quest. "The Ancient Aztecs." Team #27981. August, 1999.
. 03.31.06 <http://library.thinkquest.org/27981/index.html>.