|Author||By (author) Claire Lyons By (author) John Pohl|
|Publisher||J. Paul Getty Museum|
|Publication Date||September 24, 2017|
When the Aztec Empire emerged to dominate central Mexico from 1460 to 1519, vast amounts of tribute wealth flowed into the capital city of Tenochtitlan, enabling artists and architects to create sophisticated works on a monumental scale. This title explores the function and significance of Aztec monumental art and religious spectacles.