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Education & Advocacy

UW Life, Death, and the Gods History Lecture Series

Wednesday, January 22, 2020
7:30 pm8:30 pm
University of Washington Kane Hall

The Body as Offering: Making Meaning of Sacrifice in the Aztec Imperial Past
Presented by Adam Warren, Associate Professor, History, UW

The Aztec Empire looms large in the popular imagination for its practice of human sacrifice. But how much did Spanish invaders exaggerate in their descriptions of its use? Explore how those living under Aztec rule made sense of the relationship between the living, the dead, and the divine.

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