The Aztecs

A Very Short Introduction

作者: David Carrasco 译者:

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The Aztecs         This Very Short Introduction employs the disciplines of history, religious studies, and anthropology as it illuminates the complexities of Aztec life. Readers meet a people highly skilled in sculpture, astronomy, city planning, poetry, and philosophy, who were also profoundly committed to cosmic regeneration through the thrust of the ceremonial knife and through warfare. David Carrasco looks beyond Spanish accounts that have colored much of the Western narrative to let Aztec voices speak about their origin stories, the cosmic significance of their capital city, their methods of child rearing, and the contributions women made to daily life and the empire. Carrasco discusses the arrival of the Spaniards, contrasts Aztec mythical traditions about the origins of their city with actual urban life in Mesoamerica, and outlines the rise of the Aztec empire. He also explores Aztec religion, which provided both justification for and alternatives to warfare, sacrifice, and imperialism, and he sheds light on Aztec poetry, philosophy, painting, and especially monumental sculpture and architecture. He concludes by looking at how the Aztecs have been portrayed in Western thought, art, film, and literature as well as in Latino culture and arts.
Chapter 1: The City of Tenochtitlan: Center of The Aztec World
Chapter 2: Aztec Foundations: Aztlan, Cities, Peoples
Chapter 3: Aztec Expansion through Conquest and Trade
Chapter 4: Cosmovision and Human Sacrifice
Chapter 5: Women and Children: Weavers of Life and Precious Necklaces
Chapter 6: Word Play, Philosophy, Sculpture
Chapter 7: The Fall of the Aztecs
Chapter 8: The Return of the Aztecs
Further Reading
Index                索引
史迪威与美国在中国的经验(1911-1945) 开放社会及其敌人 西塞罗的政治哲学 激情社会 法、自由与强制力 资本主义浩劫时聆听马克思
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