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I'll say no more. The Spanish colonization of the Americas was the exploration, conquest, settlement and political rule over much of the western hemisphere.
It was initiated by the Spanish conquistadors and developed by the Monarchy of Spain through its administrators and missionaries. The motivations for colonial expansion were trade and the spread of the Christian faith through indigenous conversions.
The Spanish conquest of the Aztec Empire was one of the most important campaigns.
The Aztec empire reached its height in the early 16th century, under Emperor Moctezuma. That was also the time that Spanish adventurers were swarming by the hundreds to the West Indies, following the discovery of the Americas in by Christopher Columbus.
Then we have the Spanish conqueror Francisco Pizarro. Ten years after the discovery of the New World, Christoffer Columbus decided in to put Pizarro on his wish list of fearless soldiers to join him in his expeditions.
Between and there has been a civil war that divided the Inca-armies who now stood in front of each other. On one side Inca Atahualpa in the north and Huascar in the south.
On top of that, Western virusses such as small pox and the flue did their destructive entrance in the New World and sowed dead and destruction under the population, even at places where the Europeans didn't go yet. The tragedy of the fall down of the Inca empire had started and their power briefly became soon nothing more than a myth.
Religious belief in Aztec society was one that was unlike the religious beliefs of the Spanish people. They also worshiped many gods, and claimed that there were many layers of space, only one of which human beings inhabited.
Many of their beliefs were hard for the Spanish to grasp. For the Spanish one of the most controversial beliefs of the Aztec people would be sacrifice of humans.
The Aztec people believed that the universe needed chaos. The Aztec people believed that there were vertical layers of space. Each of these layers they believed was home to a part of the universe in which different gods or the sun or moon lived separately on each sphere of space.
The Aztec people did not necessarily believe that the Underworld was a place of evil. I hope this helps again.The Spanish conquest of the West Indies, Mexico and the South American continent opened that vast region to the Roman Catholic faith.
Religion, in fact, played a central role in the. Jan 27, · Of course this varied according to the part of Mexico. This was true for Mexico proper, what had been the heart of the Mexica (Aztec) Empire, but in other kingdoms and republics of the territory of New Spain, now called the United Mexican States, things could have been benjaminpohle.com: Resolved.
analyzing the nature and legacy of the Spanish conquest in Mexico, assimilation, acculturation, hegemony, syncretism, culture of Aztecs during height of civilization and culture of Mayan peoples today, modern issues that stem from the history of colonization.
The combination of prolonged warfare, exploitation, disease and the spread of Catholicism gradually asserted Spanish dominion over the indigenous population in America, who nonetheless survived and endured both the conquest and years of colonial rule.
The Spanish conquest of the Aztec Empire, or the Spanish–Aztec War (–21), was the conquest of the Aztec Empire by the Spanish Empire within the context of the Spanish colonization of the Americas. It was one of the most significant and complex events in world history.
Influences of Spanish Architecture in Mexico Spanish expeditions conducted during the seventh and eighteenth century has brought a variety of architectural and artistic influences to the different indigenous regions of the New Americas.