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Aztec architecture refers to pre-Columbian architecture of the Aztec civilization. Aztec cities ... The Aztecs would build their houses similar to mountains. They did  ...

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Aztec homes in the big cities in what is now central Mexico ranged from the elaborate homes of the wealthy to the homes of the poor. Of course, there was the ...

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How were Aztec houses built? What were they like? Find out what recent discoveries in Mexico have taught us about the houses of the rich and poor in the days ...

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Basic Aztec facts: AZTEC HOUSES. Your 'average' Aztec house was plain and simple, whether you lived in a town or the countryside... One story high, one main  ...

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The design and material used to build Aztec homes was largely influenced by their climate. Typically, the Aztec shelter of commoners had only one room.

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The Aztec home was designed for eating, sleeping and relaxing, and usually housed many people. Learn more about the homes of the ancient Aztec people ...

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Adobe generally was the main component in the construction of Aztec homes. Adobe is a material made from blending both straw and sun-dried mud. The name ...

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Aztec homes ranged from one-room huts to large, spacious palaces. As in their clothing and diet, the size and style of Aztec homes depended on the family's ...