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Magellan conquered the Philippine islands for a. England. c. France. b. Spain. d. India.
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who was the aztecs god
Weegy: The Aztecs brought their many gods and goddesses with them. As a farming people, the Aztec knew the forces of nature and worshiped them as gods. Most important was their sun god, Huitzilopochtli. [ The Aztecs also used him as their god of war. Read more: ] (More)
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who was the god of the Aztecs a. Christopher Columbus b. moctezuma c. Tenochtitlan d. hernan cortes e. Quezalcoatl f. Francisco Pizarro g. Atahualpa h. Malinche
Weegy: hen he came to power, the Aztec Empire was made up of semi-independent city-states. [ [ Montezuma spent most of his reign strengthening his authority over the city-states and enforcing a more centralized government. Fearing betrayal by those nobles who had served his predecessor, Montezuma replaced many of them with his own men and reformed his administration. He made it more difficult for commoners to attain high office and further distinguished the nobility by giving them new privileges, thus creating a rich and lavish court whose ritual and ceremony emphasized his semidivine status. When the Spanish arrived in Mexico in 1519, Montezuma failed to recognize their true intentions. Bewildered by their strange appearance and cunning in battle - they defeated towns that had long resisted the Aztecs - Montezuma adopted a placatary stance that led to his own capture and death, as well as the end of the empire. ] ] (More)
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What was the function of the Council of Indies? a. To rule in the king’s name c. To pass laws in the colonies b. To keep the viceroys in line d. To spread Christianity
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