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Bibliography: p. -297.
|Statement||Rev. by Suzannah B. Vaillant.|
|LC Classifications||F1219 .V13 1962|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 312 p.|
|Number of Pages||312|
|LC Control Number||62010466|
Vaillant, G. C. Aztecs of Mexico: origin, rise, and fall of the Aztec Nation - Doubleday - Garden City, N.Y. A very well done and engaging introduction to the Aztecs. Reading this book helped me understand how and why Aztec culture had, and continues to have, such a big impact on Mexican culture. It wasn't until I read this book that I realized that some of my great aunts and uncles have Nahuatl ("Aztec") names/5.
This dualism was at the heart of the Aztec worldview. The Aztecs believed that that humans were responsible for maintaining a balance in the universe through their rituals and sacrifices. Cosmogony and the Aztecs. The most common form of the Aztec creation myth says that, in the beginning, there was a void. The creator god was both male and Author: Caleb Strom. The history of the Aztecs according to George C. Vaillant in his book, Aztecs of Mexico: Origin. Rise and Fall of the Aztec Nation, is a "synopsis of the rise of Indian civilization and its doom" (2).The purpose of this curriculum unit entitled, "The Indians' Discovery of Columbus", is to present the conquest of Mexico and the subsequent downfall of the Aztecs, not from a European standpoint.
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In the eleventh century the Aztecs arrived in Mexico from the north. Even today their speech is much like that spoken by the Indians of Oregon and Montana. In less than a hundred years, rising on the ruins of the older Mexican cultures, they developed an extraordinary indigenous civilization/5.
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[George Clapp Vaillant] -- An account of the people of Mexico before Columbus, including their institutions, religion, arts, buildings, and daily life. This book is a history of the Indians of the Valley of Mexico and the civilizations which they was a hard book to write.
It will be a hard book to read. There are two reasons for this unfortunate circumstance. First, the Indians did not have the same goals in life which we have, so that their pattern of life is different from our own and difficult to understand.
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Aztecs of Mexico: origin, rise and fall of the Aztec nation. [George Clapp Vaillant]. The Aztecs (/ ˈ æ z t ɛ k s /) were a Mesoamerican culture that flourished in central Mexico in the post-classic period from to The Aztec peoples included different ethnic groups of central Mexico, particularly those groups who spoke the Nahuatl language and who dominated large parts of Mesoamerica from the 14th to the 16th centuries.
Aztec culture was organized into city-states. Bibliography: p. Aztecs of Mexico: origin, rise, and fall of the Aztec nation Item PreviewPages: Aztecs of Mexico: Origin, Rise, and Fall of the Aztec Nation (A Pelican Book A) G. Vaillant, Revised by Suzannah B. Vaillant. Three major excavation sites in the Basin of Mexico, Zacatenco, Ticomán, and El Arbolillo, are located.
Aztecs of Mexico: Origins, Rise and Fall of the Aztec Nation was completed inand a second edition was published posthumously. His other book, Indian Arts in North America, was written in Vaillant also wrote several monographs on.
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A first edition of Aztecs of Mexico: Origin, Rise and Fall of the Aztec Nation by George C. Vaillant. This clothbound hardcover book with Aztec-style motifs decorating the front cover and spine was published in by Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc.
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Garden City NY: Doubleday, Doran, Larger, thicker book, brown cloth with Aztec illustration on center front, spine lightly faded with another illustration and design, maps inside covers and adjacent end papers of Central Mexico and Valley of Mexico, lightly browned heavy pages, profusely illustrated, three photo sections.
Aztecs of Mexico: Origin, Rise, and Fall of the Aztec Nation by George Clapp Vaillant and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at. It means "The Birthplace of the Gods." We don't know its real name. The Aztecs gave this name to the city because it was a sacred place associated with the legendary origins of the world.
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