Clothes and Crafts in Aztec Times

Clothes and Crafts in Aztec Times

Book - 2000
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Like an archaeological dig, Clothes & Crafts in History offers readers an opportunity to uncover exciting details of past lives in ancient cities and times. From descriptions and physical evidence left behind, readers learn about the variety of materials and skills that craft workers used to produce kitchen utensils, clothes, jewelry, and other items. Each book in the series also includes information on festivals of the time and exciting project ideas that will help young readers identify with peoples and cultures of the past.The Aztecs of Mexico were influential people skilled in the crafts of stoneworking, pottery, basket making, metalworking, weaving, textiles, and feather working. They built huge stone temples to their gods, which served as centers of learning for the Aztec people. You can also paint your face, make an Aztec headband, fashion a cloak or a dress for a festival, and plan a special celebration with your friends
Publisher: Milwaukee, WI : Gareth Stevens Pub., 2000
Characteristics: 32 p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm
ISBN: 083682735X (lib. bdg.)
Call Number: J 745.0972 DAWSON


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