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  • Aztec Empire
    There are at least two ways to answer this question. First, we can say that the Aztecs were the group of people who controlled an empire that was centered on the Valley of Mexico at the time that...

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    Historically, it is not completely clear why the Aztecs chose the place that they did for their home. Historians believe that they picked the place they did because they had been chased out of all...

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    The Aztec and Inca empires are not significant in the history of the world in the same way that things like the Glorious Revolution and the Declaration of the Rights of Man (which you asked about...

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    The external factors that led to this collapse included the knowledge and technology of the Spaniards and the hatred of non-Aztec Native Americans. The Spanish had much more technology than the...

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    The external factors that led to the collapse of the Aztec Empire were centered on the abilities of the Spaniards, the germs they carried with them, and the enmity of the Aztecs’ subject peoples....

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    The main factors which led to the collapse of the Aztec Empire were not internal or psychological. The main factors had to do with Spanish technology and the Spaniards’ ability to find nations...

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    The two largest contributing factors were Cortes' ability to make alliances with the outlying tribes that were enemies of the aztecs and disease. Alliances: The Aztecs' practice of ritual...

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    Moctezuma II (also known as Montezuma II) died when the Spaniards under Hernan Cortes conquered Tenochtitlan. The exact way in which Moctezuma died is not known for certain. The most common story...

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