What do the Aztec eagle warriors do?
they mostly ate all day. They lived off mostly taco bell and redbull because this was the fashion of the time
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Aztec warriors are like soldiers back in Mexico. There were 3 types. The Eagles, Jaguar, and the Shone ones.
Aztec warriors wore leopard print skins as suits. From The Gap? or Abercrombi e and Fitch and did they get a discount? Oh dear!, come on Darling, everyone knows Aztecs… shop at Versace. Where have you been?.
what did aztec warriors eat
A group of aztec men fighting for their cultre
They didn't actually just become warriors, the citizens could choose if they wanted to be warriors but when there was a war going on, every citizen that was called to armas ha…d to join the army.
the jaguar warriors and the eagle warriors were the highest ranking of militia in the Aztec life. Eagles attacked at dawn while jaguars attacked at night. THERE ARE NO REPEAT …NO MILITARIES!~
The jaguar warriors wore the skin of jaguars to intimidate their oponent.
depending on your rank if you were lower you would were regular clothes (infantry) middle you would where eagle feathers and helmet ( eagle warrior ) or at the top you would w…here the great jaguar skins ( jaguar warrior )
Yes. Evidence from relatively the 16th century and what pictures have depicted, yes, aztec woman were warriors. Aztec woman were tall, fearless, like the amazon warriors.
Its means its a symbol of war.
the Aztecs respected the men they captured and the one who captured him referred to him as "my beloved son" and the captured man referred to his captor as "my beloved father".… these men up until the feast where they were sacrificed to the gods were well cared for. a warrior could never eat of the flesh of the man he captured for that was seen as sacriligious. they usually held them for a year and during that time saw that they were taken very good care of for they represented the god on earth.
it's his Mexican princess.
like a boss Aztec style
The Aztec warriors held a very important place in the culture of central Mexico. The warrior was a glorified position in the society. There were significant rewards in place f…or a successful soldier. One of the most important rewards was land. The land was tax-free, and profit made was his to keep.