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El Castillo, Chichen Itza - Wikipedia

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El Castillo Spanish for "the castle"), also known as the Temple of Kukulcan, is a Mesoamerican step-pyramid that ... known to the Aztecs and other central Mexican cultures of the Postclass...

Aztec Temples | Step Pyramids | Twin Temples - Aztec Indians

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Aztec temples were often part of a step-pyramid, and they often faced west. ... Teotihuacán was a metropolis that might have had a population of 125,000 people. ... Some books about the Aztecs do not include information about the pyramid at ... However, the outside cannot be fully excavated because a colonial church ...

Aztec Temples - Aztec History

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Let's look at the secrets and mysteries of the Aztec temples. ... Still, we do have a good understanding of what happened in the religious areas and how the many ...

Basic Aztec facts: AZTEC TEMPLES - Mexicolore

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May 31, 2015 ... Aztec temples were more than buildings dedicated to prayer – from their very ... Pic 1: Some of the steps in ancient Mesoamerican temple-pyramid design (Click on image to enlarge) ... can see is built on top of it, exactly where the temple would have been! ... What did temple-pyramids mean to the Aztecs?

Pyramids in Latin America - Ancient History - HISTORY.com

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Civilizations like the Olmec, Maya, Aztec and Inca all built pyramids to house ... However, more recent excavations have unearthed evidence that some pyramids did ... More temples have been discovered there than in any other Mesoamerican ... Its four stairways have 91 steps each, which combined with the single step at ...

Aztec Temples - Aztec History

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They are particularly known for their Aztec temples, which would have the shape of a ... you can walk from the bottom to the top from the outside via the steps, where ... On the map, the five important directions will be symbolized by a group of ...

How did the Aztecs build their pyramids? | Reference.com

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The Aztecs, as most Mesoamerican peoples, built their pyramids with a core of earth or rubble and an exterior of layered stone. In some cases, new pyramids ... They were built steeply, with steps leading from the base to the summit. Continue Reading ... What natural resources did the Aztecs have access to? Ads. PEOPLE  ...

Pyramids of Mesoamerica - Crystalinks

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These were usually step pyramids, with temples on top more akin to the ... by the 30-metre exterior visible at the Maya archeological complex known as .... The name "Pyramid of the Sun" comes from the Aztecs, who visited the city of .... Tunnels dug into the structure have revealed that the Teotihuacan's citizens did not ...

aztec architecture - FAMSI

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Temple outside the Sacred Precinct. OTHER CITIES .... found in Aztec pyramid- temples are: 13 steps along the stairway, staircases with two balustrades .... did not contain immense buildings like the Great Temple or palaces, they are important ...

Mystery of the gruesome Aztec skull masks solved | Daily Mail Online

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May 26, 2016 ... Ancient human skull masks left as offerings at an Aztec temple may have been crafted from the bones of defeated warriors .... stairs of the temple, as Huitzilopochtli did to the moon goddess Coyolxauqui during the creation of the fifth sun.' ..... Hilary Duff bundles up as she steps out on a blustery day She'd ...