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Aztecs a.k.a. San Diego State University is a public research university in San Diego, and is the largest and oldest higher education facility in San Diego County. Founded in 1897 as San Diego Normal School, it is the third-oldest university in the 23-member California State University. SDSU has a student body of more than 35,000 and an alumni base of more than 260,000.
- also known as San Diego State College; San Diego State Teachers College; San Diego State University; San Diego State University, main campus; SDSU
- part of San Diego, United States of America, California
- official website: www.sdsu.edu
- "Aztecs" is a book by Inga Clendinnen.
- also known as "Aztecs: an interpretation"
- genres: Sociology, Reference
- subjects: Latin America, History of the Americas, Mexico, History, Civilization, American History, World, Anthropology
- "Aztecs" is a novella written by Vonda N. McIntyre.
- "Aztecs" is a book by Claire Watts & Robert Nicholson.
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Exits from the Labyrinth (1993)
Culture and Ideology in the Mexican National Space by Claudio Lomnitz-Adler
Fuentes's use of the word chingdn to measure Toltecs against Aztecs is a key here. Virility is the main metaphor of superiority, and (as in ...
Poetry for Animals (2011)
by I. H. Smythe
crazy Aztecs is a concept. (By the way, you should know that cabeza means “ head” in Spanish, thus a cabeza-filled burrito is a burrito stuffed with someone's head. The Mexicans have learned that an entire head wrapped in a burrito is ...
THE Chicago Current is responsible for the statement that a kiss among the Aztecs is a Tattenamquiiitzli. This is so that they can be heard in the dark. THE President has removed the Window Washer of the White House by Special ...
Aztecs More than 700 yearsago a civilization was born in what is now Mexico. the aztecs, founders of this civilization, were the last native american rulers of Mexico . they were a wandering tribe who arrived in the Mexican Valley during the ...
by Juana Vázquez Gómez
Between 1325 and 1519, the Aztecs built an impressive city with majestic temples and handsome canals, which served as streets at that time. The Aztec communities can best be described as a masterfully organized society whose artistic ...
by Joel W. Palka
AZTECS (As-tehks). General term for Nahuatl speaking peoples in Pre- Columbian central Mexico, which connotes "people from Aztlan." Today the word Aztec is typically used to refer to the Mexica people who resided in the island city of ...
From Ancient Times to the Present by Cynthia Clark Northrup, Jerry H. Bentley, Alfred E. Eckes, Jr, Patrick Manning, Kenneth Pomeranz, Steven Topik
The Aztecs then attacked those who had attacked the pochteca. North of the Aztec lands, warfare was declared on the Huastec, to the south on the Mixtec and the Zapotec as well as other groups as far south as Guatemala, and to the east on ...
AMETHYST The Aztecs had some amethyst of fine color. ROCK CRYSTAL Quartz was doubtless obtained largely in river, marine, and glacial gravels but pits were sunk on quartz veins in New England, New York, and in the Appalachian ...
by Cordelia Candelaria
The use of Las Posadas can be traced to the earliest christianization of the Aztecs by Augustine priests in the sixteenth century. In 1519 Hernan Cortes led an expeditionary army to conquer the Aztec empire and capture its gold. Along with the ...
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