Publisher: Penguin Books (July 26, 1991). A good companion to his book on the Aztec empire, this is an excellent introduction to history and legend of Olmecs, Teotihuacan, Toltecs and Aztecs. It also relates to the Maya.
Publisher: Penguin Books (July 26, 1991). There is more of cultural development than history in the sections preceding the Aztecs. Davies is careful to differentiate history from legend so that there is no succession of rulers until the last Toltec, Quetzacoatl. There was then a two century gap before migration of the Mexicas, founding of Tenochticlan, overthrow of Tepanec hegemony and formation of the Aztec triple alliance.
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Claude Nigel Byam Davies (2 September 1920 – 25 September 2004), known as Nigel Davies, was a British anthropologist and historian who specialised in the study of the cultures of pre-Columbian America, publishing 12 academic works on the Aztec, Inca and Toltec societies. In addition to his academic work, Davies also served with the Grenadier Guards during the Second World War, briefly sat as an MP for Epping and as the managing director of Windowlite Ltd. Life. The Ancient Kingdoms of Mexico, 1983. The Ancient Kingdoms of Peru, 1997.
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The "Olmecs," hunters and farmers who worshipped the man-jaguar and became the first great carvers in stone and jade.
The culture of "Teotihuacan," with its sumptuous palaces and gigantic Pyramids of the Sun and the Moon.
The "Toltec" dynasty, whose temples, wreathed with carvings of predatory beasts, serpents and warriors, testify to a new militaristic phase in Mexican history.
The "Aztecs," fierce empire-builders whose gods demanded complex rituals and the blood of human sacrifice.
Writing for students, travellers and non-specialists, Nigel Davies puts these fascinating cultures into historical context. Drawing on the latest research, he discusses their arts, beliefs and customs, and their changing economic and political conditions, to build up a vivid picture of life in the kingdoms of ancient Mexico.