What were the two most powerful civilizations of Ancient Mexico?
Both Aztec and Mayan civilizations.
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It is difficult to answer this questions as the term "powerful" is ambiguous. Furthemore, many eastern civilizations have not been researched well enough and may have been mor…e "powerful" than originally assumed. However, in terms of military power, it is generally accepted that Ancient Rome reach a level of military tactics and proweness far greated than anything else at the time. It's military tradition is said to be partly based on Macedonian and Spartan military traditions originating in the Hellenic world. In terms of science, the civilization which has most contributed overall to modern science, engineering and medicine, is Ancient Greece. This should not undermine the amazing advancements of other civilizations such as Ancient China, Egypt, Phoenicians etc.
\nThe two most powerful officials in Rome were the consul.
In the wet, Rome. In the east, China.
That would be the Aztec or Mexica (spelled me-shi-ca) civilization.
Probably the Buddhism and Christianity.
Aztecs, Mayans, Olmecs, Teotihuacans. All of them inhabited present-day Mexico before it was discovered by Spanish conquistador Hernan Cortes in 1519.
Athens and Sparta were the two most powerful city-states in ancientRome.
There were dozens of them, but the most important include the Aztec, Mayan, Olmec and Teotihuacan civilizations.
Aztec and Maya Civilizations.
Rome it was Mesopotamia for hundreds of years
The Aztecs . The Mayans . The Olmecs . and Mesoamerican
In Roman Empire
The heritage of the so-called Byzantine Empire were the Greek and Roman civilisations. The Byzantine Empire was the continuation of the Roman Empire. This term has been coine…d by historians to indicate the eastern part of the Roman Empire after the fall of the western part. This part of the Roman Empire continued to exist for nearly 1,000 years). The so-called "Byzantines" did not even know this term. They called their empire Imperium Romanum , Imperium Romanorum (Empire of the Romans) , or Romania in Latin or or Basileia Rhomaion, Arche ton Rhomaion or Rhomania , which were the same terms in Greek. The Term Romania was not related to the country which was later called Romania (it means land of the Romans). The term Byzantine was chosen by a German historian in the 16th century as a derivation from Byzantium, a Greek city which evolved along Roman lines under Roman rule and which was then redeveloped, turned into an imperial capital and renamed Constantinople (City of Constantine) by the Roman emperor Constantine the Great in 330. It is used to indicate the fact that not long after the fall of the western part of the Roman Empire, this part of the empire became centred on Greece and Greek in character after it lost most of its non-Greek territories. Greek replaced Latin as the official language of this empire in 620, some 150 years after the fall of the western part. Both the terms Byzantine and Byzantine Empire became common in Western Europe in the 19th century.
There were several civilizations that rose and fell in Mexico since 3000 BC. The first were the Olmecs, considered the progenitors of every other Mesoamerican civilization. Ot…her groups include the Teotihuacan, Zapotec, Toltec, Aztec and Maya; the two latter which were conquered by Spanish conquistadors in between the 16th and 18th centuries, transforming Mexico into an overseas territory of the Spanish Empire.