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Aztec culture also known as Mexica culture, was a Mesoamerican culture that flourished in ...... The city was interlaced with canals, which were useful for transportation. Anthropologist Eduardo Noguera estimates the population at 200,000 ...

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Basic Aztec facts: AZTEC TRANSPORT. Did you know that the Aztec empire spread hundreds of miles across the whole of Mexico? It is even more impressive  ...

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The Aztecs main form of transportation was walking. They did not have any animals that could be used as a mode of transportation, and as a result, they had no ...

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The Aztecs had roads, but no animals or wheeled vehicles to use on them. This meant all the roads were used fo foot travell only.

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Early on in the history of the city the Aztecs built causeways and canals for transportation to and from the city. A causeway is a raised road that allowed the ...

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How did the Aztecs transport goods - trivia question /questions answer / answers.

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The Aztecs traded everything, and it was an important part of their life, and their economy relied heavily on agriculture and farming. Aztec Farmers grew beans, ...

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Mayan Systems of Transportation. It is believed that all Mayan ceremonial centers were connected by a series of roads. However, the exact extent of the ancient ...