The Aztec Empire, or the Triple Alliance began as an alliance of three Nahua "
altepetl" ... In return, the imperial authority offered protection and political stability,
and facilitated an...
Let's take a look at how the ancient Aztec government was structured - who had
the power in the Aztec government, and how was that power used?
The highest ranking people in the Aztec government were called tecuhtli.
Generals, chiefs, judges, even the emperor and the gods of the Aztec religion
But in truth, most nobles ran their cities any way they wanted. Like the Mayas, the
Aztecs developed city-states, cities with their own way of running things day by ...
In the Aztec empire, much of the governmental power was held by city councils,
with the empire being ruled by the largest of the city councils in Tenochtitlan.
This weakness in government helped the Spaniards conquer the warlike Aztecs
in about two years. Cortez was aided throughout his campaign by rebellious ...
The Mayans developed a hierarchical government ruled by kings and priests.
They lived in independent city-states consisting of rural communities and large ...
The Aztec government was similar to a monarchy where an Emperor or King ...
oversaw the religious aspects of the city, the judges who ran the court system, ...
Oct 9, 2014 ... The Aztec Empire had a hierarchical government with power and ... councils had
a good deal of power; they made sure the city ran smoothly.
The Aztec Empire of 1519 was the most powerful Mesoamerican kingdom of all
time. .... similar and/or geographically close city-states allied to form regional
political .... Calpulli ran the schools where young Mexica boys were taught about