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2010-04-19 03:45:07
2010-04-19 03:45:07

hmm...I would say that the Aztecs believed in many gods. They worshiped the son, the stars, the moon, the trees..etc. (or things like that)---Polytheism.

And i would say that back in the earlier centuries of this ever-changing world, the major / principal religion for the Spanish (and the majority of the European countries) was Christianity..or to be more specific. Roman Catholic. ya mum is fat


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some similarities are they both have temples, both have slaves, both live in Mexico, soldiers, army, and importantly they both have gods.

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they both built pyramid's! next time make sure u know what you're talking about buddy They both had many beliefs & religions, both lived a thousand years ago, both respected their gods. I hope that helps you, I am also trying to get more answers as i am doing an assignment on the similarities of the Aztecs and Egyptians.

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