The Conquest Of Mexico: Tenochtitlan

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1) The Conquest of Mexico represents the views told though the eyes of those that were living during the conquest of the Aztec city, Tenochtitlan. The viewpoint reflects somewhat biased respect for the Aztec political and social organizations, along with their warriors who challenged Cotes' army. Sahagun captures the fear that the Aztecs had and all the trauma they experienced with the defeat. He viewed Cortez as ruthlessness; with all his power and resources; firearms and horses.
In regards to the Aztec society, they practiced human sacrifices, and a strict class system; which determined what clothes they wore and what size house they lived in.
2) The Conquest of Mexico appears to be a creditable source,, in that it is viewed through the
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