The Role Of Agriculture In The Aztec Civilization

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The Aztecs were a world class society, located in what is now present day Mexico City according to Document A, and in the time period of 1100 CE according to the background essay. Two things the Aztec were well known for were agriculture and human sacrifice. However, historians should emphasize the role of agriculture in the Aztec civilization. Historians should emphasize Aztec agriculture because of how complex it made the Aztec. According to Document D, the Aztec built artificial islands to farm crops on. Crops including, squash, corn, maize, beans, and flowers. According to Document C, men harvested, and women made food from it, for example, grinding and toiling maize into tortillas. The development of the Chinampas consisted of boulders, wood,
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