Brutality and benevolence: human ethology, culture, and the birth of Mexico

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Greenwood Press, 1996 - History - 247 pages
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"Cultural anthropology of the conquest and the establishment of the colonial system in the 16th century. Explores basic human sentiments - wonderment, hatred, brutality, compassion - using both the Aztec and the Spanish prisms. Food, justice, benevolence,

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Introduction
1
Spanish Culture
17
Aztec Culture
37
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