What was the importance of the abandoned city of Teotihuacan to the Aztecs?
It is unknown which Mesoamerican culture gave rise to the city of Teotihuacan; the credit is sometimes given to the Toltec, but there is evidence that the city is older than the Toltec Civilization. One of the translations for the name Teotihuacan is ''the place where the gods were created.''
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The abandoned city of Teotihuacan was important to the Aztecs because they believed it was where the gods sacrificed themselves to bring about a new...
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from Geography Study GuideChapter 2 / Lesson 6