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Aztec Emperor Montezuma II

One of the most well known Aztec rulers in history, Montezuma II met his end in 1520 during the Spanish conquest of Tenochitlan. Originally a...

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Aztec Tribal Piercings – Aztec Nose Rings, Lip Plugs & Ear Spools

Aztec tribal piercings included ear spools, nose rings & lip plugs. As with Aztec clothing, the significance of Aztec body piercing was more than...
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