Web Results

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aztec_clothing

Aztec clothing is the clothing that was worn by the Aztecs, as well as other pre- Columbian peoples of central Mexico who shared similar cultures.

www.aztec-history.com/ancient-aztec-clothing.html

What would you be wearing if you lived in ancient Mexico? Discover what ancient Aztec clothing was like, and what kinds of clothes the different classes of ...

aztecs.mrdonn.org/clothing.html

Upper class Aztecs wore beautiful clothes made of cotton. Clothing was brightly dyed and decorated with embroidery and feathers. Lower class Aztecs wore ...

www.legendsandchronicles.com/ancient-civilizations/the-ancient-aztecs/aztec-clothing

The clothing worn by the Aztec Male was simple and designed for their climate and environment. Their underwear at the time were loincloths called Maxtl and if  ...

en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Wikijunior:Ancient_Civilizations/Aztecs

Aztec women wore sleeveless blouses and wraparound skirts. Nobles dressed in brightly coloured cotton clothes ...

www.mexicolore.co.uk/aztecs/ask-us/aztec-mexica-clothing

Not having time just now to prepare a full illustrated guide to Aztec clothing styles we thought a good way to answer this question would be to quote a short ...

www.mexicolore.co.uk/aztecs/kids/aztec-childrens-clothes

What clothes did Aztec children wear? Not a lot! No footwear, no underwear, nothing fancy, not much more than a simple top. About all that changed when you  ...

www.historyonthenet.com/aztec-warriors-weapons-and-armor

Jul 23, 2014 ... The Aztec emperors honored Aztec warriors for capturing enemies with ... Each rank in the army wore special clothing that denoted the honors ...

www.aztec-history.net/aztec_clothing

Aztec Clothing. The Aztec clothing can be defined as the various forms of attire that were worn by the Aztecs and other Mesoamerican peoples that lived in the ...

www.aztec-indians.com/aztec-clothing.html

Introduction to Aztec clothing. ... Ancient Aztec Clothing and Jewelry. Aztec clothing was often ... The capes were generally worn knotted over just one shoulder.