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Secret World of the Aztecs
Ferdinand Anton (au); Paul Aston (tr); Christopher Wynne (ed)
Hardcover (no d.j.)
A book in the “Adventures in Art” series, an exciting & colorful series for the young & the young at heart. Takes us on a voyage of discovery, exploring the world of art in a relaxed, light-hearted way. The ancient city & capital of the Aztec empire, Tenochtitlan, was built where Mexico City is today. The Aztecs -- a wild & warring people -- called themselves “Mexica.” Although their heyday only lasted 200 years, they developed into a highly cultured nation with clearly defined legal & educ. systems. This book describes the Aztecs’ history & lifestyle & takes a closer look at their art & culture. Everyday scenes in the life of the Aztecs, their schools, upbringing, markets, & religion are all clearly explained. Detailed full-color illustrations.
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