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Transcript of Moctezuma II
Eagle military groups prior to becoming emperor therefore he was very good in military strategies. Moctezuma attacked many neighboring tribes to add to the Aztec empire's expansion. The Aztec empire had as many as 6 million people while Moctezuma II was emperor. When the Spaniards first visited Tenochtitlan they were surprised to see a city that big because the cities were smaller back in their homeland. Moctezuma II pushed for public architecture like
huge monumental sculptures, temples, and other
works of public art because he thought that art helped for development and growth for the capital of Tenochtitlan. By: Oscar Quintana
1/9/13 Moctezuma II lived in present day Mexico City which was called Tenochtitlan during the existence of the Aztec empire. Tenochtitlan was located on a set of islands in Lake Texcoco and was the Aztec capital. Moctezuma lived in a great palace in the heart of the capital. Territorial Additions to the Aztec Empire under Moctezuma's Rule The Aztec Empire and it's People Religious Superstition? Montezuma II was very superstitious about his religious beliefs that's what caused the fall of him and the successful empire he had. The Aztec population had their unique religion consisting of many gods, but there was one named Quetzalcoatl that was believed that would come back to save the Aztec people. It was figured as a feathered serpent with light skin. When the Spanish conquistadors arrived Moctezuma fooled himself and believed that the Spaniards were gods. Quetzalcoatl Map of Tenochtitlan Moctezuma meeting
with Cortes Land acquired by
Emperors Tenochtitlan Aztec Temple Works Cited Michael Smith, Matthew Restall, Marisol Martin de Ocampo. "Moctezuma II." Aztec-History.com 2006. Aztec History. January 10, 2013<http:aztec-history.com/moctezuma-ii.html>
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