Warriors

July 5, 2011

Karen sent this interesting bookmark from México:

Eagle warriors and Jaguar warriors were two special classes of infantry soldiers in the Aztec army, leading military orders in Aztec society. These military orders were made up of the bravest soldiers of noble birth and those who had taken the greatest number of prisoners in battle. Of all of the Aztec warriors, they were the most feared.

A Jaguar Warrior (Wikipedia.org)

One Response to “Warriors”

  1. skandinave Says:

    Man-jaguar , two in one :D


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