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  • Instituto Nacional de Antropolog?a e Historia
    Involved in the research, preservation, protection, and promotion of the archaeological, anthropological, and historical heritage of Mexico.
    www.inah.gob.mx
  • Aztec - Wikipedia
    Article about the Pre-Columbian Mesoamerican people of central Mexico. Learn about the Aztecs' history, culture, every day life, and legacy.
    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aztec
  • AncientMexico.com [pick] [read review]
    Educational resource for the art, history, and archaeology of ancient Mesoamerica.
    www.ancientmexico.com
  • Teotihuacan (7)
    dir.yahoo.com/.../Anthropology_and_Archaeology/Teotihuacan
  • Indigenous Peoples' Literature: The Aztecs/Mexicas
    Includes Aztec creation stories and poems as well as information about their culture and languages.
    www.indians.org/welker/aztec.htm
  • Crystalinks: Aztec Civilization
    Features information about the Aztec's calendar, creation stories, culture, current archaeological discoveries, and more.
    www.crystalinks.com/aztecs.html
  • Mexican Footprints
    Details the research of 40,000 year-old, fossilized human footprints discovered at Cerro Toluquilla in the Valsequillo Basin in Central Mexico.
    www.mexicanfootprints.co.uk
  • Nettlesworth Primary School: The Aztecs
    School children's report on the important people, main events, arts and crafts, and other aspects of daily life in the ancient Aztec Empire.
    www.nettlesworth.durham.sch.uk/time/aztec.html
  • Empires Past: Aztec
    Offers a profile of the ancient civilization's social structure and government, farming and agriculture, religion, art, science, and commerce.
    library.thinkquest.org/16325/y-main.html
  • Royal Academy of Arts: Aztecs
    Exhibit featuring 350 spectacular works that trace the life and times of the Aztecs, an extraordinary people, who in the space of only 200 years (from 1325 to 1521) created one of the most impressive civilisations in the world.
    www.aztecs.org.uk
  • Tenochtitl?n (2)
    dir.yahoo.com/.../Anthropology_and_Archaeology/Tenochtitlan
  • Ancient Aztecs, The
    Timeline, rulers, religious beliefs, Aztec life, and more.
    library.thinkquest.org/27981
  • The Aztecs: A Pre-Columbian History
    Curriculum guide offering an introduction to the Aztecs, most widely known of all pre-Columbian peoples of the Americas.
    www.yale.edu/ynhti/curriculum/units/1999/2/99.02.01.x.html
  • Acoyauh's Aztec Lore
    Includes an explanation of Nahuatl grammar, Nahuatl-English and Nahuatl-Spanish dictionaries, a list of Aztec gods, creation myths, and a brief historical overview of the Mayan culture.
    www.acoyauh.com
  • Middle American Research Institute
    Conducts, supports, and publishes research in the anthropology and archaeology of Mexico and Central America.
    www.tulane.edu/~mari
  • International Good Neighbor Council
    Nonprofit organization founded to promote the principles of good neighbor and friendship between countries of the western hemisphere.
    www.cibv-ignc.org
  • Numismatic History of Mexico
    Learn about money as used in Mexico, from the Spanish colonial era to the present. From the Mexican Mint.
    www.cmonedam.com.mx/cmm/numismatica/numismatica_i.htm
  • AztecNet
    Includes photos, links, and cultural information.
    www.aztecnet.4mg.com
  • NOVA: Search for the Lost Cave People
    In 1997, archaeologists ventured into the Chiapas region of Mexico to search for the remains of a little-known civilization that preceded the Maya and found astonishing archaeological treasures.
    www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/laventa
  • Aztec Adventure
    WebQuest about a PreColumbian civilization.
    www.umeedu.maine.edu:16080/coehd/aztec
 




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