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anthropology.msu.edu/.../2013/04/21/human-sacrifice-and-cannibalism-in-the-aztec-people

1 thought on “ Human sacrifice and cannibalism in the Aztec people ” kalleksc April 27, 2013 at 2:05 am. I also did my fourth blog post on human sacrifice and I saw that you commented on it. I read through your blog post and was also surprised to find how similar the practice of human sacrifice was for both the Maya and the Aztecs.

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One of the primary crops that the Aztec people grew was corn, or maize, which they used to prepare a wide variety of other foods. The Aztecs relied so heavily on corn because it supplied a good amount of calories to sustain life, and was also a source of protein, which the people needed to support their physically active lives.

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Conquistadors sacrificed and eaten by Aztec-era people, archaeologists say Researchers say evidence shows Acolhuas, allies of a major Aztec city known to have captured a Spanish convoy in 1520 ...

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What did the Aztecs eat, and how did the Aztec food supply fulfill the nutritional requirements of one of Mesoamerica’s greatest civilizations? The Aztec food supply was very different from that typically found in the Old World. While European nations possessed domesticated animals such as sheep and cattle, the Aztecs were quite limited when it […]

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The Aztecs did not use to eat a lot of meat, they eat more vegetables, but when they would eat meat it would be dog, turkey, rabbit or wild duck.

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In 1521, Spanish explorers such as Hernán Cortés conquered the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan and made observations of and wrote reports about the practice of human sacrifice. Bernal Díaz del Castillo, who participated in the Cortés expedition, made frequent mention of human sacrifice in his memoir True History of the Conquest of New Spain.

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Learn fun facts for kids about what the Mayans, Aztecs, and Incas ate. Find out more about food in Mesoamerica and improve your knowledge with DK Find Out.

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What Foods Did the Aztecs Eat? Corn was the main staple food in Aztec culture, and it was combined with fruits, vegetables, beans, grains, fish, gophers, iguanas, salamanders, crayfish, insects, insect eggs, larvae and various fowl and wild game.

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the Aztecs eat food like cats, dogs, frog legs and cow tongues. this is because they want to get all of the good stuff out off the food they are eating. they eat what ever they find so they eat ...

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What did they do? What did they eat? What did they use? ... .Rich Aztec people sometimes drank hot chocolate made from rainforest cacao-tree beans that was carried out to the Aztecs' lands by traders.Moctezuma the emperor of all Aztecs,drank bitter chocolate.A drink made from cocoa beans and flavoured with cinnamon,vanilla and chillies.Only ...