Discover what Aztec homes were really like. You may be surprised at some of the
features in the common Aztec shelter...
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.
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 ...
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
Aztec Homes The adobe homes created by the Aztecs are still standing today
mostly. Here you can read all about the construction of these buildings and how ...
Aztec Homes __ "The doorways of the Aztec houses were square and found on
one wall of the home. The roofs of the ancient Aztec homes were flat, which ...
Just like everything else, there was a clear difference between Aztec homes for
the nobles and the ones for the common people. Aztec homes for the nobles ...
Sep 9, 2014 ... 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 ...
Aztec houses | Publish with. ... History - Aztec Homes. by Paul Hitchcock. Aztec
houses | Publish ... What happened to the Aztec gods after the Conquest? (. 3.
This page describes archaeological excavations at the Aztec city of Yautepec in
Morelos, Mexico, by Dr. Michael E. Smith.