The Conquest of Mexico

The Conquest of Mexico

Streaming Video - 2006
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This program provides a portrait of Cortez and his world-the real world and the imaginary one painted by theologians, mystics, imaginative travelers, poets, and liars; of the New World as seen by a small number of Spaniards; and of the civilizations of Mesoamerica before they were "discovered"-the world of the Mayas and Aztecs, the nature of Aztec religion and politics. It describes the Battle of Mexico and explains how and why Montezuma lost-and why, today still, the descendants of the Aztecs speak Nahuatl.


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