How was the teotihuacan important to the continents?
Aztecs did not live in teotihuacan because that is impossible. teotihuacan is a tribe/ civilization. the Aztecs lived in Mexico
Teotihuacan is located in central Mexico.
continents are important because, all the different cultures have a different continent.
It was an important cultural and economic center, with a population of 100-200,000 inhabitants.
The most important include the Aztec, Mayan, Olmec and Teotihuacan civilizations.
"Teotihuacan was the cultural center of the Zapotecs".
Teotihuacan is also named "place were gods are born"
There were dozens of them, but the most important include the Aztec, Mayan, Olmec and Teotihuacan civilizations.
The phrase "It was used by the Roman Gladiators" does not describe the city of Teotihuacan.
because city of gods means teotihuacan in there language
The Pyramid of the Sun is so important because it came from an unknown civilization often mistaken for the Aztecs. It is also the largest pyramid in Teotihuacan.
Many civilizations did, but the four most important were the Aztecs, Mayan, Teotihuacan and Olmec.
Yes, all continents are important.
It was an ancient city in pre-Columbian America.
There were more than three, but the most important included the Aztec, Mayan, Olmec and Teotihuacan civilizations.
Both city and avenue are part of the Teotihuacan archaeological zone. It was a city, built by the Teotihuacan people on 100 BC. It is usually mistaken to be of Aztec origin, but it is not the case: the Aztecs flourished as an independent civilization in 1325 AD, almost 1400 years after Teotihuacan was built.
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The major accomplishments of the Teotihuacan and Toltec civilizations were the formation of strong trade connections.
Teotihuacan is the city where the Aztecs held their power. It was invaded by Cortes when Moctezuma was in power. It is located where Mexico City is today.
There were many ancient civilizations in Mexico, but the four most important include the Aztec, Maya, Olmec and Teotihuacan civilizations.
No more or less than things that are important about other continents.
Teotihuacan was abandoned in about the 7th or 8th century after a number of buildings were burned, possibly by an invading force or an uprising of some sort.
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Teotihuacan is an ancient city located in the modern-day State of Mexico, Mexico. Toluca is the Mexican state capital of State of Mexico.
All the continents are main ,important,best as each part of our body.if we lose one we can't live common.so we must think the seven continents of our body.
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Several kinds. The most important include Mayan, Olmec and Teotihuacan pyramids. See the related links section for some examples
Commonly mistaken to have been ruled by Aztecs, Teotihuacan was home to an ancient civilization known as Teotihuacans, from 200 BC until 450 AD.
Teotihuacan is by itself a landmark, but some of the things you can see there are the Pyramid of the Sun, the Pyramid of the Moon and some other temples and ancient buildings.
I don't know what Teotihuacan is, but I do know that Tenochtitlan was the capitol of a group Mesoamerican Indians that is now Mexico City, the capitol of Mexico.
i think all the continents are important no matter what any one says
They are what we live on and without them I hope you can swim :-) the continents are important because it helps separate the different places for people and geographers
"It was a city built by the Aztecs". It wasn't. It was founded by the Teotihuacan Civilization around 100 BC, but by the time it was discovered by the Aztecs (circa 1325 AD), it was already abandoned. Aztecs named it as Teotihuacan (i.e. "City of the gods") due to the impressive, gargantuan architectural style.
It was a city built by the Teotihuacan people on 100 BC. It is usually mistaken to be of Aztec origin, but it is not the case: the Aztecs flourished as an independent civilization in 1325 AD, almost 1400 years after Teotihuacan was built. In fact, nobody knows for sure what is the actual name of the city; when the Aztecs discovered it, they called it as Teotihuacan (City of the gods) due to the… Read More
famous land marks and temples
Susana Vogel has written: 'Teotihuacan (History, Art and Monuments (English))' 'Teotihuacan' -- subject(s): Indians of Mexico, Guidebooks, Antiquities, Indian art
A globe is important because it has all the country's and oceans names, and names of capital cities and continents
The Olympics are important to the world because, they are an event that brings peace to five entire continents.
Volcanic rock and obsidian.
The Teotihuacan civilization.
The teotihuacan pyramid of the sun
I believe it is a type of Indian Tribe or something :D
It is estimated Teotihuacan flourished around 300 BC. It declined around 450 AD, and by the time it was discovered and named by the Aztecs in the 14th century, it was already abandoned.
oceanic trade routes
No. It is one of the most important archaeological sites in the Americas, built BEFORE the Aztec civilization on 100 BC. On the 'related links section' you can see why it isn't overrated
The Teotihuacan people; the city was founded around 100 BC. When the Aztec people settled in central Mexico, in 1325 AD, they discovered the city, which was already abandoned. They were so amazed by the architecture, they named it as Teotihuacan (translation: city of the gods). Its actual name and the name of the civilization that founded it is still a mystery to this day.
Teotihuacan was a city-state (e.g. it was its own capital) built some 800 years before Aztecs arrived to the Mexico City valley in 1325. By the time the Aztecs found the city, it was already abandoned. In fact, the actual name of the city was lost in the sands of time, so the Aztecs named it as Teotihuacan ("City of the Gods").