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Aztec two-step

n. diarrhea, specifically that contracted in Mexico or South America by tourists; Montezuma’s revenge. I was there for only two days before I was struck down with the Aztec two-step.
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Aztecs visited the touring exhibition hall in 2014 (quietly following the Australian Museum's Inca exhibition).
A half-century later, when Cortes made his final attack on Tenochtitlan, at least 100,000 native warriors fought the Aztecs with him.
Second, the Spanish did not conquer the Aztecs alone: they found willing allies in neighbouring states.
CUTLINE: (1) Assabet's Pat Costello celebrates with his teammates after the Aztecs defeated Easthampton in the Central/Western Mass.
To organize The Aztec World, Field Museum staff worked with Council of Culture and Art (CONACULTA) the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH).
Aztec is currently planning the layouts for other locations in Lodi, NJ and Astoria NY.
1) Aztec dancers make their way down Cesar Chavez Avenue on Sunday in a parade to kick off Mexican Independence Day festivities.
The Calendar Stone represents both the Aztec calendar and ceremonial years.
However, there are now just a few pulque bars in Mexico City, one-time capital city of the Aztecs.
Before I knew it we were back in the cars and into the clutches of th e evil Aztec gods of traffic.
Royal Academy chiefs are thrilled with the success of the exhibition, the most comprehensive survey of Aztec culture ever mounted.
tribes (which the Aztec are not and never have been).
If you've always fancied a trip to Mexico but never made it, here's the perfect opportunity to explore Aztec culture without leaving the country.
His story dates back to a decade after the conquistador Hernando Cortez defeated the mighty Aztec Empire.