How Did the Aztecs Disappear?


The Aztecs were conquered by Spanish soldiers who arrived in the Valley of Mexico around 1500 CE. However, what eventually caused their disappearance was disease brought to their civilization by the Spanish. They had never been exposed to childhood diseases such as measles, and had no immunity against them, which led to their eventual demise.
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The Aztecs did not disappear. They were invaded and conquered by Spanish armies from 1519 to 1521 as part of Spain's colonial conquest of much of the Americas. The Mayans were the people that essentially disbanded and disappeared without much explanation left for historians.
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