Book: ‘At Home with the Aztecs’

Learn about the lives of everyday people in Aztec society in a new book “At Home with the Aztecs.” Michael Smith, a professor of archaeology at Arizona State University, will tell us more about his new book, which focuses on Aztec households and communities instead of kings, pyramids and human sacrifice.

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Michael Smith: Professor of Archaeology at Arizona State University

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