What were the religious beliefs of both the Aztecs and Spanish?
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
What were the religious beliefs of both groups And Which group tried to convert the other one to their religion?
How did the Aztec view the Spanish an how did that affect their actions during the period of the Spanish Conquest?
although the Spaniards were a very brutal military, the Aztecs did not always avoid their own attacks. But the Aztecs were deeply afraid of horses both becasue of their not having seen them before but also the Aztecs feared many strange objects with a kind of superstitious nearly religious awe. At the end of a long series of small battles, when the Spaniards invaded the "hometown" the Spaniards were the final victors In books that…
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.
What were the religious beliefs of the people living in England before the colonization period began?
Massacred them; the arrival of the Spanish, particularly Cortes, their leader, having been welcomed by the Aztecs as the long-awaited return of their god Qetzalcoatl, the 'plumed serpent'. After initial good relations between the Spaniards and Aztecs there were complications caused by political intervention on both sides, and the situation deteriorated to the point of the aforementioned massacre and destruction of the capital Tenochtitlan, despite the Spanish being vastly outnumbered by the Aztecs, but possessing…
Which statement is true with regard to the religious beliefs of the people living in England before colonization period began?
Rome tolerated the eastern mystery cults because they posed no threat to the empire. The Romans were very tolerant of othes' religious beliefs and only banned or persecuted them if they were decadent or treasonous. Christianity was considered both. Rome tolerated the eastern mystery cults because they posed no threat to the empire. The Romans were very tolerant of othes' religious beliefs and only banned or persecuted them if they were decadent or treasonous. Christianity…
There are, unfortunetly, virtually no simularties between the two cultures. they are both ruthless, but in economic, religious, political, and pretty much all other terms,zip.nada. the only significant simularity is there expansionist polocies. during this time, Spain has a major power, and fought with fury to claim America. they even destroyed the whole Aztec civilization! the Aztecs enjoyed conquering all neighbouring tribes, forcing them to pay them tribute.
atheist Answer: Having both religious and non-religious beliefs is not prohibited. One can, or instance believe in the supernatural (gods, afterlife, etc.) and still have the non religious belief that England is east of Canada (a geographic belief). A person with strictly religious beliefs (that the moon only shines in the night sky) is a non-realist. A person who feels that science can ultimately provide all answers is a realist. The religious might label this…
She is the patron saint of Mexico. The symbolism of the Virgin Mary of Guadalupe can be traced back to Aztec times, when Coatlicue, the divinity of life and death was revered. Spanish conquistadors saw this, then mixed both Aztec and Catholic beliefs to better control the populace. This is known as religious syncretism.