And they were supposed to be made up

Maybe the conquistadors reported relatively accurately the horrors of Tenochtitlan. (It also clearly explains why so many neighboring tribes joined the Spanish… at least they weren’t making skull mountains…  Maybe modern anthropologists ought to leave off the noble savage propaganda…

A stone  Tzompantli (skull rack) found during the excavations of Templo Mayor (Great Temple) in Tenochtitlan. New research has found the 'skull towers' which used real human heads were just a small part of a massive display of skulls known as Huey Tzompantli.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-5893933/The-horror-Aztec-tower-skulls-revealed.html

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One response to “And they were supposed to be made up

  1. Hernan Cortes was a hero for bringing down the Aztec Empire. Don’t let anyone else convince you otherwise. 🙂

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