An InterpretationBook - 1991
Inga Clendinnen creates a vivid and dramatic picture of life in the Aztec city of Tenochtitlan, once the nerve centre of the Aztec tribute empire. She explores the worlds of Aztec women, of priests and of warriors, in an extraordinary recreation of everyday life in the city. Contrasting the beauty and sophistication of Aztec culture with the savagery of human sacrifice, she attempts to explain the philosophy, rituals, and social structures that underpinned this remarkable empire.
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : Cambridge University Press, 1991.
Branch Call Number: 972.018 CLE
Characteristics: xiii, 398 P.,  P. OF PLATES : ILL. (SOME COL.), 2 MAPS