The Lost Temple of the Aztecs: What it was Like when the Spaniards Invaded Mexico
A shocking and intriguing look at the complete destruction of one of the most advanced and powerful civilizations in the world. Full color illustrations of daily life, diagrams of the great cities, and photographs of the excavation of the Aztec temple.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - jmourgos - LibraryThing
If you ever wanted to know what happened when the Aztecs were invaded by Cortez's band of thugs – uhm, I mean "explorers," then Shelley Tanaka's book is the one to read. This book is designed for ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - SuPendleton - LibraryThing
This is a 46 page book detailing the fall of the Aztec. The book has historical illustrations and artifacts, as well as interesting information in the epilogue concerning the excavation of Aztec ... Read full review
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Lost Temple of the Aztecs: What It Was Like When the Spaniards Invaded Mexico
No preview available - 2000
The Lost Temple of the Aztecs : what it was Like when the Spaniards Invaded ...
Shelley Tanaka,Greg Ruhl
No preview available - 1998