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Aztec Time Travelling

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Transcript of Aztec Time Travelling

Hatchli
emperor montezuma's zoo
The Common People
19/20 were macehualtin
(name for commoners)
Fun Or Die: Back to the Aztecs
Tour guide by Montezuma II (FAMOUS GUY)
NATURE REVOLUTION
Email: Aztezgyals96@gmail.com
Telephone: 1-800-OrDie
Fax: 905-FUN-DEAD
905-680-6578
Conclusion
Funventure
DAY 5
DAY 3
DAY 4
DAY 2
DAY 6
Transportation
Local Customs and Manners
DAY 1
LAST DAY
Visiting and Creating your own Crafts, Aztec Artists
DAY 7
Once In A Lifetime Vacations
Very interesting
Prices may vary,

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-Tenochititlan = similar to modern Venice
- how to get around : walk or canoe
idk should this even need a slide?
-herbs
-sweat baths (very popular at that time)
-cure = potions + ritual
(very boring)
Medicine
State of the art time traveling machine
dugout canoe
The Great Temple
Floating gardens
1. Do not eat too quickly or smack your lips.
2. Do not sneeze or spit on someone else's food.
3. Do not drop food on someones else's clothes.
4. Do not make fun of old, sick, or disabled people.
5.Always behave with dignity
*Make sure to NEVER ACCEPT to become a human sacrifice*
Places To Stay
Codex Mendoza for bad behaviour
Proper Behaviour
Parents often threatned children
-cactus spines will be stuck in flesh
-Beating children with sticks
-Given extra work around the house
-Being forced to inhale chilli fumes
Aztec houses
Religion
Human Sacrifice
Aztec Palace
Patolli
Dugout canoe
Shopping
Food and Drinks
cacao beans and copper bars = small change
gold grains = larger purchases
Currency
Tenochtitlan Market
Marriage Ceremony
Feather Workers
Lapidaries
Potters
Commoners, Nobles, and Rulers
END OF THE DAY PARTY



INCLUDES ALL YOU CAN EAT
FEAST
CACTUS LIQUOR (ages 30+)
Chocolate is included
Go NUTS, GO WILD, GO AZTEC
The Noble Class
Ruling the Aztecs
Tlatoani = military commander + religious figure
Government
Pipiltin = "children of someone important"
Twin volcanoes of Popocatepetl and Ixtacihutal
THANK YOU
Instead of Military Leaders
Aztecs had a leader called the "Great Speakers"
Aztec Weapons
Laws
-Aztec laws are harsh
-Designed to maintain order and sustainability
-Punishments usually lead to death
-Judges are fair
#Trollhunters
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