to strengthen their empire
They had a strict governor rule over conquered lands.
The Aztecs did in fact have an empire. This empire was actually a very famous empire back in the day.
The ancient Aztecs had a empire.
The Spanish defeated the Aztecs and their empire.
The Aztecs had the world's largest empire in the 1400's.
How did justinian strengthen the bizatine government
In order to strengthen the Hapsburg empire, Maria Theresa recognized the bureaucracy and improved tax collection.
Cows did not exist in the Aztec Empire, and consequently were not eaten by Aztecs.
London was like a dot on the map compared to where the Aztecs lived. The Aztecs had an empire. To compare like with like, the Aztec empire should be compared with the Roman Empire, rather than the city of Rome. The Roman Empire was 30 times bigger than the Aztec Empire.
no, that was the aztecs
Emperor Montezuma II
it was the Aztec empire
The emperor of the Aztecs when Cortes conquered was MoctezumaII
To strengthen Athenian democracy, to hold and strengthen he empire, and to glorify Athens
When Cortes appears at the Aztecs empire, they believe that he is the god, Quetzalcoatl but he is truly an enemy that is out to destroy the Aztec Empire. Anyway, the Aztecs welcome the Spanish with food, and with a place to stay that lines the entire city giving an easy way to defeat the Aztecs.
Empire is partly correct as it was an Empire but that isn't a relevant answer. As far as i know and i like studying about the aztecs, no actual group of people founded the aztecs it was a sort of culture that just slowly came to be.