Aztec religions, the oldest known in North America, can be traced back to the Andes.
In ancient times, people lived in communities with rituals and ceremonies.
But the Aztecs developed religions that incorporated elements from different cultures.
A modern Aztec society is composed of five tribes, including the Aymara, who were originally an elite warrior group, but also used their power to build a civilization.
The Aztec people also worshiped a god known as “Tlaloc,” which they believed created the world.
The Aymaras, the Aztec homeland, was founded by a king named Cuzco in 1431.
In 1610, he died.
The ruler named Chichen Itza was named after the mountain where the people first learned to make copper tools.
There are still more than 300 sites in Mexico that celebrate these ancient beliefs, according to the World Archaeological Survey.
The Maya also worshipped the goddess Teotihuacan, who was known as the “Mother of All Gods.”
The Aztecos had a long history of warfare, and the Aztlan culture is one of the most violent in the world, according a 2016 study by the University of California, Berkeley.
During the 18th century, the Inca empire conquered Mexico and Peru.
It also conquered the Aztaques, who inhabited the Pacific Coast region.
The Spanish also conquered Mexico in 1521, and their conquests included the Aztesque community.
According to the Encyclopedia of Anthropology, the Spanish also occupied many of the northern and central regions of Mexico.
In 1798, a group of Spanish soldiers and conquistadors massacred a group known as Teotlacs, a people who lived in the Amazon basin.
The massacre triggered a wave of anti-Spanish violence in the region.
Thousands of Spanish prisoners were executed.
In 1919, a band of Mexican rebels seized control of the capital, Mexico City, and began fighting for independence.
The government was overthrown in a coup in 1921, and in 1947, a new government was elected.
It was the first time in more than a century that a new country, Mexico, had been founded.
Today, Mexico is a sovereign nation with the highest per capita income in the Americas.
The U.S. is the second-largest economy in the hemisphere.
According the Pew Research Center, Mexicans make up about 25% of the U.