The Aztec and Incan empires were just two of the many government figures that cultivated an image of authority and power (held by the people).creating the expectations of what a governing administration should appeal as to representing themselves projecting an authoritative image to the community and others still use this technique for foundation to the modern world as well as religion and economics which come hand in hand with government and society. Retrospectively in addition to the many ties connected to leadership and the formation of laws and regulations innovative architectural ideas and monuments progressed throughout the history of both The Aztecs and Inca. Heavily suppressed by world wars and genocides within high school history books, neither empire sought a chance for even a chapter or lesson opening a gap of general knowledge known for the responsibilities these cultures have affected. Both empires designed a way of living they believed would protect and achieve more greatness within themselves. Pioneering one of the many first trial and error solutions that is commonly used throughout careers and everyday lives, of the possibilities of what could happen if they did not test things out to see the greatness and failures.
The Aztecs began as a northern tribe whose name came from a valley known as Aztlan, which was the name of their homeland. They appeared in Mesoamerica, today known as the south central region of Mexico, in the 13th century. There, the Aztecs built their proud city, Tenochtitlan. It was the heart of the Aztec civilization. The Aztec emperor didn’t rule every city state.
The Aztecs were an extremely strong empire that quickly became a superpower in their part of the world. Through the society’s self-sufficiency, stoicism, technology, loyalty and religion, the Aztecs dominated. Each member was expected to follow certain responsibilities and tasks (such as all people were required to attend school, military was mandatory for men to attend, etc.) which helped to enhance the state's well being as well as the good of the whole society. This created a strong and self sufficient economy.
“According to some versions of their origin myths, they were created by the sun god, Inti. The Incas first appeared in the Andes region during the 12th century A.D. and gradually built a massive kingdom through the military strength of their emperors.” Andes is now southeastern Peru. Royalty had played a part in their lives too. They were also big on building.
History has proven that many ancient civilizations have existed before the Europeans and Native Americans, although they are not as extensively studied in American history. These ancient societies were, and still are, significant in world history as they developed their own ideas, beliefs, and practices and influenced the world in one way or another. Two of these kingdoms – Nubia and the Inca Empire – are similar in their role to the development of their kingdom, yet they functioned in different ways to affect the individual continents in which they were located. When compared, it is comprehended that these kingdoms were somehow relatively similar considering the lack of direct communication between them.
The Aztec and Incan empires were destroyed in similar ways. While their empires were ruled differently and focused on different things their downfall was caused by even the same group of people. Their destruction wasn't peaceful and somewhat gory. Important factors of the fall of the Aztec and Incan empires were European expeditions, disease, and warfare. The Aztec and Incan empires were both unique in their own ways.
One of the differences between the Aztecs and the Roma Empire is that while they the Roman Empire occupied a large extensive territory in the west Mediterranean, the Aztecans were located in a small territory in Mexica with the concentration in Tenochtitlan with was rich in gold. Another difference of this empires is that the Azteca’s existences was very short, two hundred years, due to Spanish armed invasion leading for Hernan Cortes while the Western Roman Empire last for thousand years. The Aztecs were also very cruel with the people that they conquered, while the Roman were more tolerant. In addition to these differences, Romans were aware and more considerate with religion differences, while the Aztecs use some of their people to sacrificial
When the Mayans came here the they were located in Mexico which were in Central America. There physicals features was the consisted of rainforest which were pretty rare for Mexico. The cities in the mayan words was more like we're modern day Guatemala, flourished between roughly. Now for the Aztecs they were located in the Tenochtitlan, but today Mexico City. Aztecs cities were mostly plane it was based on the symmetrical layout.
The Aztecs were great workers who ruled an empire in tenochtitlan from 1350 to 1519. From the Capital city of Mexico. Presently the site of modern day Is Mexico City, the Aztecs had many achievements two things most known for include their farming method and use of human sacriﬁce. However, historians should emphasize the role of human sacriﬁce in Aztec culture. "First of all, it was the led of the Aztecs expanding their empire because, the Aztec civilization which ﬂourished Mesoamerica between 1345 and 1521 CE has gained an infamous reputation for bloodthirsty human sacriﬁce with lurid tales of the beating heart being ripped from the still-conscious victim, decapitation, skinning and dismemberment.
Isolation from foreigners benefits a society. Three empires that benefited from isolation were the Mayan Empire, the Aztec Empire, and the Inca Empire. These three empires stood strong and flourish alone without anyone to rely on. The Mayan Empire was the empire that had the longest time span of the three empires.
Colleen Dougher Ms. Amanda Boisvert Social Studies 14 Aug. 2017 Maya, Aztec, and Inca Research The Mayan’s lived on the Mexican Peninsula and by the West Coast. The Mayan’s lived from 2600 B.C.-1500 A.D. They were around longer than the Aztec’s and the Inca’s.
Early civilizations believed to have come from the Asian continent through the Bering Strait about 15,000 BC. It is also believed that some of the people returned to Asia but the migration stopped around 9,000 BC due to the melting of the ice bridge. Some of the early civilizations include the Maya, Tolteca and Azteca, they had common practices that led to longevity. Among those practices were agriculture and trade which were crucial for survival.