The Inca, the Maya and the Aztec.
How to compare and contrast the Aztecs and Mayans - …
AP World History
11 October 2011
Aztec verses Inca
Two of the earliest civilizations of America were the Aztecs and the Incas.
How can you compare and contrast the Aztecs and Mayans
The Aztec and the Inca (compare): they both were conquered by the Spanish, and they were around during the same time.
The Aztec and the Inca (contrast) : the Aztec had the most sacrafice and the Inca had the least amount of sacrafice, the Inca rose in 1200 C.E and fell in 1532 C.E, and the Aztec began in 1100 C.E and settled in Central Mexico in 1325 C.E, then they fell in 1521 C.E
The Aztec and the Maya (compare): They both had advanced technologies like math, and astronomy.
compare and contrast - The maya, inca, and aztec history
The civilizations of the Aztec and the Inca, in 1000 to 1500 AD, were both strongly affected by their religions. The civilizations were different in their economic structure in that the Incas had more self reliant systems, while the Aztecs required more trade to survive, but, they were similar in their agriculture in that both used complex and unique irrigation systems for their agriculture, they were also similar in their belief systems in that both Civilizations’ culture was strongly and equally affected by their sacrifice and tribute system
Mayans compare incas and contrast and essays aztecs
During the period from 1000 to 1500 CE, both Aztec and Inca were similar in that their political structures were based on expansionist ideology using militaristic imperialism and noble-ruled state bureaucracies; however, differed in that Aztec’s conquest for land was driven by pursuit of human sacrifices from war captives due to religious factors, while Inca used conquest for land-based resources. Economically, they were similar in that both Aztec and Inca were agriculture-based empires that had limited trade with outside cultures, but differed in that Aztecs used chinampas for agriculture, while Incas used the mita labor system for production. Economically, religion played a more impactful role in Inca than Aztec by injecting a strong cult of ancestor worship that led to the tribute offerings. Socially, both Aztec and Inca were similar in that outside ethnic groups were accepted as long as tributes, regarding offerings to deities, were paid.