Name Institution Professor Course Date Aztecs and Quaker (or Colonial) culture The culture of the Aztec was a combination of rich cultures of the people that were making up the empire of Aztec the Mexicans included. Thousands of years the influenced of tradition affected how the people were living in the society. The Aztec culture had two main types of the social classes. First there was the nobility which was called the pilli. Secondly there were ordinary persons or macehualli. The Aztec culture had complicated and rich of religious beliefs and another set of mythological beliefs. These artistic accomplishments and religious practices as well as dances music games and sports were playing significant parts in their day-to-day lives. A remarkable part of the culture of the Aztec was the human sacrifice ritual. The Aztec empire art likes its religion and culture came from long history. The themes and techniques words of the familiar tunes to those that helped in describing their surroundings or any of particular situations they found themselves in and they used most of the instrument of music that we are using today in the music industry. Also most of the work of literature from colonial America were mostly nonfiction and the journals autobiographies and the sermons mainly were included as a central theme of writing. Cited sources Gems Gerald Linda Borish and Gertrud Pfister. Sports in American History 2E: From Colonization to Globalization. Human Kinetics 2017. Holland David F. "In the Beginning Was the Word: The Bible in American Public Life 1492–1793. By Mark A. Noll. New York: Oxford University Press 2016. x+ 431 pp. $29.95 cloth." Church History 86.1 (2017): 220-223. Salazar-Porzio Margaret Joan Fragaszy Troyano and Lauren Safranek eds. Many Voices One Nation: Material Culture Reflections on Race and Migration in the United States. Smithsonian Institution 2017. [...]
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